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LAPEER COUNTY JAIL Address

LAPEER COUNTY
3231 JOHN CONLEY DRIVE
LAPEER, MI
48446

LAPEER COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 95
Inmate Capacity: 123
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 28
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(810) 667-0445

Lapeer County Sheriff's Department

The Lapeer County Sheriff's Department would like to thank our great citizens for all the support. This page is intended to keep you informed on current events involving the department. Unfortunately, we can not accept emergency requests or respond to requests for service through Facebook. Please call 911 for emergencies or the non emergency number for Central Dispatch 810-667-0292.
Lapeer County Sheriff's Department
Lapeer County Sheriff's DepartmentSaturday, May 20th, 2017 at 9:09am
Fatal Accident
Friday 05-19-2017 at 1:20 PM
Wilson Road in Columbiaville
Lapeer County’s Marathon Township

On Friday 05-19-2017 at 1:20 PM, Lapeer County 911 dispatched Lapeer County Sheriff’s Deputies, Columbiaville Fire Department, and Marathon Township Fire Responders to an injury traffic crash within the 5000 block of Wilson Road in Columbiaville (Marathon Township). It was reported that a utility farm tractor rolled over on the operator.

A pick-up truck was stuck within a muddy field (private property). Raymond Doughty age 77 from Otisville lived within the area and owned a farm utility tractor. Doughty was contacted by the pick-up truck owner and agreed to assist.

Doughty operating a midsize (approximately 40 to 60 horsepower) older vintage Farmall tractor connected to the front of the pick-up truck with a chain. The tractor traveled forward while attempting to free the truck from the mud. The tractor which was not equipped with a roll bar subsequently rolled over backwards pinning Doughty beneath.

Doughty was pronounced deceased at the scene. Columbiaville Fire Department and Yakes Towing Service in North Branch extricated Doughty from beneath the tractor.

This appears to be an unfortunate tragic event that remains under investigation by the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office.
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Lapeer County Sheriff's DepartmentSaturday, May 20th, 2017 at 9:08am
Hit and Run- Serious Injury Traffic Crash
Thursday 05-18-2017 at 3:25 AM.
Bowers and Farnsworth Road
Lapeer County’s Mayfield Township

On Thursday 05-18-2017 at 3:25 AM, Lapeer County 911 dispatched Lapeer County Sheriff’s Deputies to Bowers Road near Farnsworth Road in Lapeer (Mayfield Township) for an injury traffic crash. An area resident reported that a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle. The vehicle fled the crash scene. The caller identified the vehicle as a light colored Chevrolet Monte Carlo.

Jonathan Paille age 32 from Lapeer was walking west on Bowers Road. Street lighting is not available in this area and Paille was wearing dark in color clothing. Paille was positioned near the center of the westbound lane of Bowers Road.

Paille was struck by a westbound Chevrolet Monte Carlo. There is information that the vehicle and driver initially stopped after the collision. After stopping, the driver departed the scene.

Lapeer City Police Officers and Lapeer County Sheriff’s Deputies started a search of the Lapeer area for the vehicle. A Lapeer County Sheriff’s Deputy located the unoccupied vehicle within a city owned parking lot behind the Pix Theatre in Lapeer around 4:20 AM. The vehicle had damage from the collision.

Lapeer County Sheriff’s Deputies visited numerous residences attempting to locate the registered owner. The registered owner accompanied by legal counsel visited the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office shortly after 10 AM on Thursday 05-18-2017. It was established that the registered owner was the driver of the vehicle at the time of the collision. The driver (30 years old female from Lapeer) is cooperating with this investigation. The driver was released while this investigation continues.

Paille underwent emergency surgery on Thursday 05-18-2017. Paille remains hospitalized at McLaren in Lapeer in serious condition with non-life threatening injuries.

Intoxication (alcohol and/or drugs) are potential contributing factors. This remains an active investigation by the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office. It is anticipated that the investigation will be presented to the Lapeer County Prosecutor’s Office for formal criminal charge review within the near future.
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Lapeer County Sheriff's DepartmentThursday, May 18th, 2017 at 11:03am
On Tuesday 05-16-2017 at 5:21 PM, Lapeer County 911 dispatched Imlay City Police Officers and Lapeer County Sheriff’s Deputies to a domestic disturbance on Church Road in Imlay City (Lapeer County’s Imlay Township). It was report that a weapon was brandished and a shot was fired. The individual with the firearm departed the residence.

It was established that a 30 year old son and his 56 year old mother had a verbal altercation. During the verbal altercation, it is alleged that the son damaged property. It is further alleged that the son obtained and brandished a handgun. The firearm was discharged with no injuries reported.

Within minutes after the 911 call, officers and deputies located the son at a friend’s house within the immediate area. This individual was taken into custody without incident and lodged at the Lapeer County Jail.

On Wednesday 05-17-2017, the Lapeer County Prosecutor’s Office issued the formal criminal charges of assault with a dangerous weapon and felony firearms.

David Fox age 30 (Imlay City) was arraigned in the 71-A District Court of Lapeer County on Wednesday 05-17-2017. Bond was set at $25,000 (cash or surety). David Fox remains in the Lapeer County Jail with next court appearance scheduled later this month. David Fox is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Sheriff Scott McKenna is very thankful and pleased that this situation resolved peacefully with nobody injured. There are numerous domestic related homicides in the United States every year. Domestic violence calls are statistically dangerous for responding law enforcement. The danger level significantly increase when a firearm is involved-like in this particular situation.
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Lapeer County Sheriff's Department added 2 new photos.Wednesday, May 17th, 2017 at 9:54am
**Tuesday 05-16-2017**
Vehicle is on public display at Lapeer High School on Saginaw Street in Lapeer.

Unfortunately, the most recent statistic have shown an increase in traffic fatalities. Intoxicated driving involving either alcohol, illicit drugs, or prescription medication are a contributing factor in numerous traffic fatalities.

Schools are having proms and upcoming graduation ceremonies. People attending these functions need to be responsible when they are operating a motor vehicle.

The Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office has a vehicle from an actual Lapeer County traffic fatality. Two brothers were inside the vehicle. The front seat passenger was killed and the driver was legally intoxicated. The driver was criminally charged and sent to prison for killing his brother.

The family of the two brothers were consulted and are in full agreement that this vehicle would be a good public display. Sheriff McKenna and the family want to prevent a future tragedy.

Ray C’s Harley Davidson in Lapeer provided a trailer. Byers Wrecker Service in Lapeer assisted placing the vehicle on the trailer. The Lapeer Chapter of Family Against Narcotics (FAN) has pledge support for this public display.

Sheriff McKenna and Undersheriff Howe contacted our local school partners. Over the next few weeks, this vehicle will be moved to various locations throughout Lapeer County for public display.

Hopefully this vehicle will reminder people to be responsible when driving. Intoxicated driving takes lives, ruins friends, and destroys families. Hopefully this tragic situation will have an impact and ultimately save a life.
Lapeer County Sheriff's Department
Lapeer County Sheriff's DepartmentSunday, May 14th, 2017 at 3:06am
Tonight, doors open at 6pm, show starts at 7pm, tickets are still available, you can purchase your tickets at the door. We will also be selling 50/50 raffle tickets and pizza too... Come on out for a good time for a great cause!
Lapeer County Sheriff's Department
Lapeer County Sheriff's Department added 3 new photos.Saturday, May 13th, 2017 at 12:50pm
Unfortunately, the most recent statistic have shown an increase in traffic fatalities. Intoxicated driving involving either alcohol, illicit drugs, or prescription medication are a contributing factor in numerous traffic fatalities.

Schools are having proms and upcoming graduation ceremonies. People attending these functions need to be responsible when they are operating a motor vehicle.

The Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office has a vehicle from an actual Lapeer County traffic fatality. Two brothers were inside the vehicle. The front seat passenger was killed and the driver was legally intoxicated. The driver was criminally charged and sent to prison for killing his brother.

The family of the two brothers were consulted and are in full agreement that this vehicle would be a good public display. Sheriff McKenna and the family want to prevent a future tragedy.

Ray C’s Harley Davidson in Lapeer provided a trailer. Byers Wrecker Service in Lapeer assisted placing the vehicle on the trailer. The Lapeer Chapter of Family Against Narcotics (FAN) has pledge support for this public display.

Sheriff McKenna and Undersheriff Howe contacted our local school partners. North Branch Superintendent Jim Fish immediately accepted the offer and requested the vehicle at the North Branch High School.

On Friday 05-12-2017, North Branch High School students viewed the vehicle as they arrived in the morning. North Branch High School has their prom scheduled for Saturday 05-13-2017.

Over the next few weeks, this vehicle will be moved to various locations throughout Lapeer County for public display.

Hopefully this vehicle will reminder people to be responsible when driving. Intoxicated driving takes lives, ruins friends, and destroys families. Hopefully this tragic situation will have an impact and ultimately save a life.