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IONIA COUNTY JAIL Address

IONIA COUNTY
133 E. ADAMS STREET
IONIA, MI
48846

IONIA COUNTY JAIL Statistics

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 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
Ionia County Sheriff Office
Ionia County Sheriff OfficeSaturday, May 27th, 2017 at 7:50am
WANTED
KEVIN JAMES SMITH

**KEVIN JAMES SMITH is currently wanted for Parole Violation. SMITH is also wanted on questioning in a home invasion and domestic assault that occurred on today’s date in Pewamo. If you see SMITH or know his whereabouts, please contact Ionia Central Dispatch at 616.527.0400 or the Ionia County Sheriff’s Office at 616.527.5737.**
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Ionia County Sheriff OfficeSaturday, May 27th, 2017 at 6:44am
The Ionia County Sheriff’s Office would like to wish everyone a safe holiday weekend as we venture out to visit family and friends and honor our Veterans who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country.
While traveling and recreating this weekend please remember these few safety tips:
• Please don’t drink and drive cars or boats.
• Always buckle up when in a vehicle.
• When on/in a watercraft, please wear a PFD (Life Jacket).
• Expect high traffic volumes on the roads and waterways and give yourself time to enjoy the trip and arrive safely.

Please enjoy the beginning of the summer season and remember all those who sacrificed their lives so we could enjoy this weekend with freedom.
Ionia County Sheriff Office
Ionia County Sheriff Office added 2 new photos.Monday, May 22nd, 2017 at 9:04pm
INJURY ACCIDENT
Last night deputies were dispatched to an injury accident on Long Lake Road near Kiddville Road in Otisco Township. The vehicle was traveling east on Long Lake Road when it left the roadway on the right side and struck a driveway and a large tree. Two young women from Belding were transported from the scene with serious but non life threatening injuries. The reported driver of the vehicle fled the scene, but has been identified. The accident remains under investigation. The Belding Fire Department and Life Ambulance also responded to the scene.
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Ionia County Sheriff OfficeMonday, May 22nd, 2017 at 9:17am
FOUND PROPERTY
A well meaning citizen brought this bouncy seat/stroller into the Sheriff's Office today. She found it in the parking lot of the Dollar Tree here in Ionia. If you see a unhappy and apparently stationary baby, please ask him or her to contact the Sheriff's Office and we can get him or her rolling again. Ask for Deputy Bindus.
Ionia County Sheriff Office
Ionia County Sheriff OfficeFriday, May 19th, 2017 at 2:38pm
A Samsung Galaxy Express 3 cell phone was turned in to our office. If you recently lost one please stop in during business hours, a correct passcode will be required to obtain the phone.
Ionia County Sheriff Office
Ionia County Sheriff OfficeThursday, May 18th, 2017 at 3:55am
KEEP SAFE DURING GRADUATION CELEBRATIONS!

Sheriff Miller wants teens in Ionia County to have a fun and memorable experience at this year’s graduation and graduation open houses. To ensure that teens stay safe, he is reminding them and their parents that underage drinking is not only dangerous but it is against the law. “You can’t have a memorable experience at graduation if you are unable to remember any of it because you have had too much to drink,” said Sheriff Miller.

The consequences of underage drinking are serious. Every year underage drivers under the influence of alcohol kill or seriously injure themselves or others in crashes. In some communities a partnership between law enforcement and school officials prevents students who have been caught drinking from participating in extracurricular activities.

Sheriff Miller offers the following tips to prevent underage drinking and keep this year’s prom and graduation open houses safe for everyone in the community:
• Parents and other adults must remember that underage drinking is against the law. Not only is furnishing alcohol to someone under age 21 a crime, it sends the wrong message.
• Parents and teens both need to understand that “everybody is doing it” is just plain wrong! Being liked should never mean giving up your personal responsibility or caving in to social pressures. Parents have an obligation to set boundaries that tell teens which behaviors are appropriate and which are not.
• Everyone in a community is responsible for preventing alcohol-related injuries. During graduation time retailers and others in the community have a responsibility to report suspicious activity to law enforcement. Suspicious activity may include:
o Drinking and/or visible intoxication of a youth
o Someone purchasing a large quantity of alcohol, furnishing alcohol to a minor, or a teen using a false ID.
o Prom parties hosted in hotel rooms

Sheriff Miller warns, “Keep safe during your end of school celebrations. If you are a teen, don’t drink or use drugs. If you are a parent, remain vigilant about what your teen is doing. By making it inconvenient for kids to drink, you just may save a life.”