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home White Cloud, MI 49349, USA
phone (231) 689-6037

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According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 180
Inmate Capacity: 212
Year Constructed: 1967
Full-Time Staff: 37
Total Staff Salaries: $1,573,245

Phone:(231) 689-7024

Newaygo County Sheriff's Office

Welcome to the Newaygo County Sheriff's Office Facebook page. This was designed to inform our citizens about special events, traffic hazards, safety tips and other information that will help promote a safe community.
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Newaygo County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, July 21st, 2017 at 2:26am

The Newaygo County Animal Control would like to remind dog owners in Newaygo County that any dog over 4 months old must be licensed in accordance with State Law. Failure to license your dog is a misdemeanor and may result in a ticket with a penalty of $125 for the first offense. Dog licenses may be purchased at the Newaygo County Treasurer’s office or on-line after the dog has received a rabies vaccination from your veterinarian. Licenses range from $8 to $20 for a one-year license and $24 to $60 for a three-year license. Please have your dog vaccinated and buy your license now, so you don’t receive a ticket later.

To purchase your dog licenses, please visit our website at: and choose the “On-line Dog License App” tab for the license application and on-line payment. You may also choose to visit the Newaygo County Treasurer’s office in the County Administration Building at 1087 Newell Street in White Cloud to buy a license, or purchase your license by mail. Please refer to the website for any additional licensing information you may need.
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Newaygo County Sheriff's Office shared River Country Chamber of Commerce of Newaygo County's photo.Tuesday, July 11th, 2017 at 5:09am
Thank you Croton for making us part of the Independence Day Festivities. Great to see so many people attend the parade, party on the causeway, and fireworks show. We had a great time like always and can't wait until next year!
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Newaygo County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, July 11th, 2017 at 4:59am
Each year thousands are injured or killed in crashes caused by drivers running red lights. Michigan police ticket drivers running red, with penalties as high as $150 and 3 points on their license. So stop, in the name of the law!
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Newaygo County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, July 3rd, 2017 at 7:22am

Undersheriff Chad Palmiter
July 1st, 2017​ (231) 689-7303

On July 1st at 3:54 PM, Newaygo County Central Dispatch received a report of a missing tuber on the Muskegon River. Sheriff’s Deputies were sent to the area of Devil’s Hole, in Brooks Township, and upon arriving found that a 25 year old male had gone missing while tubing on the river.

Divers from the Newaygo County Sheriff’s Office, and the Newaygo Fire Department, searched the river until the victim’s body was located approximately 1 ½ miles downriver. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.

The victim is identified as 25 year old Dwight Keene Coleman of Grand Rapids, MI.

Deputies were assisted at the scene by the Newaygo Fire Department, Michigan DNR, Newaygo Police Department and the Michigan State Police. This incident remains under investigation by the Newaygo County Sheriff’s Office.

The Muskegon River continues to be at higher levels than normal which causes stronger currents. If your plans are to use the Muskegon River over the Holiday, please be vigilant of the dangerous conditions and plan appropriately.
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Newaygo County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, July 1st, 2017 at 12:25am
Every day, law enforcement officers work endless hours to keep community members are safe. The decisions drivers make before getting behind the wheel of a car affect law enforcement officers’ work, and drunk driving can be one of the deadliest factors. In 2015, 10,265 people were killed in drunk-driving-related crashes. To put it into perspective, that’s one person killed every 51 minutes. It’s the equivalent of 20 jumbo jets crashing, with no survivors. This Fourth of July, as friends and family travel to picnics and barbecues across the country, law enforcement will be out in full force, stopping drunk drivers by aggressively targeting those who put lives in danger. As you prepare to drive home from the festivities, keep in mind that even one drink can be one too many. This Fourth of July and every day, remember: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.

For as many good memories as the Fourth of July holiday can provide, it can also create devastating nightmares for families who lose a loved one due to drunk driving. During the 2015 Fourth of July holiday period (6 p.m. July 2 to 5:59 a.m. July 6), 92 people were killed in motor vehicle crashes involving a driver or motorcycle operator with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .15 or higher, and 146 people died in crashes involving at least one driver or motorcycle operator with a BAC of .08. In fact, from 2011-2015, 39 percent of all traffic fatalities over the Fourth of July period occurred in alcohol-impaired-driving crashes.

The Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign means zero tolerance for drunk driving. There are plenty of safe ways for you to get home after a night of drinking alcohol.

"We will accept no excuses.”