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ALLEGAN COUNTY JAIL Address

ALLEGAN COUNTY JAIL
112 NORTH WALNUT ST.
ALLEGAN, MI
49010

ALLEGAN COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 166
Inmate Capacity: 173
Year Constructed: 1963
Full-Time Staff: 38
Total Staff Salaries: $2,384,209

Phone:(269) 673-0500

Allegan County, MI Offense Statistics
Violent Crime93
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter5
Rape (revised and legacy definition)25
Robbery0
Aggravated Assault63
Property Crime541
Burglary135
Larceny-theft377
Motor Vehicle Theft29
Arson5
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department

Allegan County Sheriff's Office

"A premiere criminal justice agency serving our community with honor and integrity" ALLEGAN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE & CORRECTIONS CENTER Frank Baker, Sheriff and Mike Larsen, Undersheriff. 640 River St. Allegan, MI 49010 PHONE: 269.673.0500 Ext. 4219 (general information). WEB: www.allegancounty.org/sheriff
Allegan County Sheriff's Office
Allegan County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, August 17th, 2017 at 7:09am
Wednesday Spotlight from the desk of Sheriff Frank Baker:

I wanted to share with you some details regarding the tragic and unfortunately fatal traffic crash on US-131 Sunday night (8/13/17). This tragic crash could have claimed a second life if not for the efforts of our Deputies, a Gun Lake Tribal Police Officer, and an Officer of the Wayland Police Department. One of the vehicles, operated by the victim in this crash, caught fire with the driver still trapped inside. The officers from the Gun Lake Tribal Police and Wayland Police Department arrived and found the victim's vehicle had rolled over and was on fire. The officers, with great risk to their own safety, approached the vehicle and attempted to extricate the injured driver from the burning car. Deputies from the Sheriff’s Office also arrived and began attempting to extinguish the fire. They exhausted all their fire extinguishers and began flagging down semi-trucks, knowing they carry fire extinguishers on-board, to further fight the fire. They were successful in obtaining an additional fire extinguisher from a truck driver and were able to continue fighting the fire and get the driver extricated.

This is a great example of the cooperation and work being done by law enforcement here in Allegan County. Their efforts saved the life of this driver and the Sheriff’s Office will be recognizing their efforts with a formal award and ceremony acknowledging their work. The Law Enforcement Officers who were involved are Officer Josh Blanton of the Gun Lake Tribal Police, Officer Jonathon Schaefer of the Wayland Police Department, Deputy Ross Mysliwiec, Deputy Rob Flokstra, and Deputy Ryan Rewa.

I would like to personally thank these fine Law Enforcement Officers for their heroic efforts.

Sheriff Frank Baker
Allegan County Sheriff's Office
Allegan County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, August 10th, 2017 at 4:07am
Magical Wishes 5K Tonight!

Join us tonight for the Magical Wishes 5K at Hamilton H.S., benefiting Make-A-Wish Michigan!

They have so many fun, family activities taking place! There will be a bounce house, face painting, car show, Silent Auction Items, and more. And you will have the opportunity to dunk Captains Kuhn and Matice! They are excited to participate in this wonderful event and to help raise money for the Make-A-Wish Michigan organization.

Activities start at 5:30pm - ending at 7:30pm.
6:00pm Make-A-Wish Michigan advocate will speak
6:20pm 1 mile run
6:45pm 5K
7:30pm Wish Kid Introduction
7:45pm Wish Family will speak
8:15pm Silent Auction and Raffle Results
8:40pm Thank you!

We want to thank everyone who had a hand in putting this event on and look forward to being there! For more information on tonight's event, check out the Magical Wishes 5k facebook page!
Allegan County Sheriff's Office
Allegan County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos.Tuesday, August 8th, 2017 at 5:20am
We are trying to identify the subjects in the pictures shown here.

They are people of interest in car larcenies that have taken place along our Lake Michigan shoreline.
In the picture, that says Register 2/3, this is the all 3 subjects; one that says Register 1 is one male subject, long hair, possibly facial hair, and last picture is 2 of the 3 male subjects.

If you know who they may be, please send a message to us through Facebook, or through silent observer at 1.800.554.3633.
Allegan County Sheriff's Office
Allegan County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, August 5th, 2017 at 7:55am
In summertime car larcenies increase, especially when spending a fun day at the beach or lake.
Just a friendly reminder as you’re traveling and going to beaches and lakes for the day, to lessen the likelihood of your vehicle getting broken into:

• Please lock your vehicle doors
• Roll windows all the way up
• Remove all valuables from your vehicle prior to going to the beach
• If you leave valuables in your vehicle, hide them really well! Don’t place them in a place you typically leave them; you don’t want anything to be visible (i.e. a purse strap).
Allegan County Sheriff's Office
Allegan County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, August 3rd, 2017 at 5:45am
Wednesday Spotlight from the desk of Sheriff Frank Baker:

I would like to share a few items that came in the mail this week:

The first is a letter from an Allegan County resident who works the overnight shift at a local convenience store/gas station. She wanted to thank Deputy Bill Greene who happened to stop by shortly after midnight for coffee. She had just badly lacerated her hand cutting open a box. She was unable to call 911 and hold pressure on the cut. Deputy Greene contacted Central Dispatch and had medical first responders and an ambulance dispatched. He was able to use his first aid training and kit and assist her in applying pressure to the injury. He was able to notify her manager to have another employee sent to the store. Deputy Greene remained on scene to monitor the store after she was transported to the hospital until her coworker arrived.

The second is a card from a Martin Twp. resident who had found her 11 year old child had run away. She was scared and distraught with the thought her son was missing. The family had searched for over an hour unsuccessfully to locate the child so a call was made to Central Dispatch. Deputy Jay Anderson arrived at the scene and called for the assistance of a K9. MSP Trp. Ian Fields and his K9 arrived and they were able to locate the child in a corn field. The child also thanked the Deputies and Troopers for finding him.

The third is a card from an out of state motorist who had run out of gas on the freeway. She said "a few weeks ago this old lady was riding with no regard to the gas gauge." She said she ran out of gas and wanted to thank our Deputy who assisted her, although she could not recall his name. She said the Deputy was "good natured" for putting up with her nonsense, although, she seems to be good natured and with a good sense of humor. She said we should take pride in the fact that people rely on us and she was proud of all of us.

I would like to personally thank each of the Deputies and Troopers who responded to these incidents. I would also like to thank each of the letter and card writers for taking the time to let me know about the fine work of our Deputies and Public Safety Partners.

Thanks again,

Sheriff Frank Baker
Allegan County Sheriff's Office
Allegan County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Saturday, July 29th, 2017 at 8:23am
There's still time to sign up for the Magical Wishes 5K run, Hamilton H.S., on August 9, at 6:00pm, benefiting Make-A-Wish Michigan! Also going on: Silent Auction, raffles, 1-mile run, bounce house, Holland City PD Ice Cream Truck will be making a stop, and other fun things going on.

There will also be side-by-side dunk tanks, one for our own Captain Kuhn and one for our own Captain Matice. We hope to see you there!