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Visit the Sheriff’s Website for Jail Information in Ionia County Here:




According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 119
Inmate Capacity: 132
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 26
Total Staff Salaries: $0

Phone:(616) 527-5390

Ionia County, MI Offense Statistics
Violent Crime34
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter0
Rape (revised and legacy definition)15
Aggravated Assault16
Property Crime326
Motor Vehicle Theft18
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

Ionia County Sheriff Office

Ionia County Sheriff Dale Miller was elected as the Sheriff in 2012 after serving the department for over 27 years. The department is a full service agency, providing road patrol, special investigations, narcotics investigations, K-9, and is in partnership with the Ionia Department of Public Safety in providing the Ionia County Critical Incident Team (SWAT).Command Staff:Sheriff Dale Miller Undersheriff Charles Noll Jail Administrator Mark Jones Road Patrol Lt Roger VanderMolen
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Ionia County Sheriff OfficeFriday, November 24th, 2017 at 2:00am
Happy Thanksgiving from the Ionia County Sheriff's Office!
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Ionia County Sheriff OfficeThursday, November 16th, 2017 at 12:37am
The Ionia County Sheriff's Office and The Michigan State Police were honored to host our first citizen’s academy in 2017. During this eight week course, these citizens learned a varity of different aspects of the criminal justice field from patrols and use of force to home and traffic safety. Citizens were able to tour the jail, MSP headquarters, and the Ionia County Court Houses. This was a very interactive and fun group to have. Thank you to all that participated and to all of the guest speakers. Everyone made this a huge success. Looking forward to citizen’s academy ’18!
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Ionia County Sheriff Office added 18 new photos.Wednesday, November 15th, 2017 at 12:19pm
Some members of the Ionia County Sheriff's Office were invited to Portland today, to celebrate Libby's birthday! Yesterday, we were informed that Libby is a fan of law enforcement. After hearing of her amazing support, the Sheriff's Office was honored to participate. Lieutenant Bucholtz, Deputy Veenstra, and Deputy Tefft, were lucky to have the fantastic opportunity to participate in the celebration of Libby, which was held at the Red Tomato. Everyone had a wonderful time! Thank you for inviting us to share such a special day with you. Happy birthday Libby!
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Saranac, MI

For the past several weeks, the Ionia County Sheriff’s Office and other law enforcement agencies have been hit with a rash of overnight burglaries from storage units. These burglaries would occur in the early morning hours when there wasn’t much traffic around, and in locations that weren’t easily visible from the roadway.

On October 28, 2017 just after midnight, an alert Ionia County Sheriff’s Deputy observed a dark colored sedan leaving a self-storage facility in Saranac. Finding the activity suspicious, the deputy conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and contacted the three occupants within. During this traffic stop, the deputy discovered that the three occupants all lived in Eaton County, making it even more suspicious that the trio would be in Saranac at midnight at a storage unit. Further investigation led to the discovery that the vehicle had an invalid plate covering the actual license plate of the vehicle.

After calling for backup, the occupants of the vehicle were detained, and in plain view of the deputies, the back seat passenger was found to be concealing with his foot a small pair of bolt cutters. Deputies checking the storage units nearby discovered a number of them had the locks cut and that they’d been opened and obviously stolen from. The suspects’ car was impounded and the three were arrested at the scene. Interviews with the suspects, and a subsequent search of the car yielded all of the stolen property in this particular case.

The three suspects were arrested at the scene and lodged at the Ionia County Jail on felony charges of Breaking and Entering and Possession of Burglary Tools. The suspects were arraigned on Monday, October 30, 2107 on those charges, and each are currently held on a $25,000.00 cash/surety bond. They are identified as:

Brieann Treloar, 32 of Potterville, MI
Corey Caudill, 32 of Potterville, MI
Richard Pettigrew, 55 of Dimondale

On October 31, 2017 Ionia County Sheriff’s Detectives working with the Potterville Police Department executed a Search Warrant in Potterville looking to recover more stolen property. Property determined to be stolen during the overnight burglaries was recovered from the residence. During the search for stolen property- heroin, methamphetamine, and two “one-pot” methamphetamine labs were located by investigators, prompting a meth-cleanup response by the Eaton County Meth Investigation Team. Charges will be pending for suspects in that case through the Potterville Police Department.

Ionia County Sheriff’s detectives utilized the cell phone forensic capabilities of the Sheriff’s Office to extract data from the suspect’s cell phones that implicated them in a string of related burglaries in other areas of the state as well as Ionia County.

On November 1, 2017 Ionia County Detectives, along with Eaton County Sheriff’s Detectives and Potterville Police searched a storage unit in Potterville and recovered additional stolen property. It is believed that most of the property recovered was stolen in Ionia and Barry County, though Eaton County and other local police departments have reported similar burglaries.

The Ionia County Sheriff’s Office is in the process of locating owners to return stolen property. If you wish to inquire about stolen property that has been recovered, you are encouraged to contact the Ionia County Detective Bureau at 616-527-8259.