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10/15/2021
Deputy Nathon Kirby was at the Durand Elementary Schools yesterday for Safety Day. Special thanks to Durand Police Offic...
10/08/2021

Deputy Nathon Kirby was at the Durand Elementary Schools yesterday for Safety Day.

Special thanks to Durand Police Officer Jamie Alderman for organizing the touch a truck event where students can meet first responders and community professionals in order to learn about community safety and awareness!

Deputy Nathon Kirby was at the Durand Elementary Schools yesterday for Safety Day.

Special thanks to Durand Police Officer Jamie Alderman for organizing the touch a truck event where students can meet first responders and community professionals in order to learn about community safety and awareness!

Deputy Andrew Selke and fellow officers from the Great Lakes Central Railroad Police, Owosso Police Department, MSP and ...
09/26/2021

Deputy Andrew Selke and fellow officers from the Great Lakes Central Railroad Police, Owosso Police Department, MSP and Canadian Railroad Police, participated in “Steaming For Safety“. The event was held at the Steam Railroading Institute to raise awareness on the importance of railroad safety.

Deputy Andrew Selke and fellow officers from the Great Lakes Central Railroad Police, Owosso Police Department, MSP and Canadian Railroad Police, participated in “Steaming For Safety“. The event was held at the Steam Railroading Institute to raise awareness on the importance of railroad safety.

09/20/2021
Zack Weetman stopped by and dropped off a bunch of snacks for the deputies. We all thought that was very nice of him and...
09/18/2021

Zack Weetman stopped by and dropped off a bunch of snacks for the deputies. We all thought that was very nice of him and certainly appreciate it. Thanks Zack!

Zack Weetman stopped by and dropped off a bunch of snacks for the deputies. We all thought that was very nice of him and certainly appreciate it. Thanks Zack!

09/14/2021

‼️‼️SCAM ALERT ‼️‼️

Be aware that there is a scam going around saying you have won the publishers clearing house. It gives you the name of a contact person and phone number. It’s also providing a name of a representative from the Governors office, who is congratulating you on winning. They tell you to buy American Express gift cards in the amount of $490 and want to keep you on the phone until you purchase them. ‼️ NEVER BUY GIFT CARDS AND PROVIDE THE NUMBERS TO ANYONE OVER THE PHONE‼️ that is an instant red flag 🚩 that it’s a scam. Hang up and never provide any personal or financial information.

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Deputy Darrell Henderson.  Deputy Henderson passed away Septemb...
09/12/2021

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Deputy Darrell Henderson. Deputy Henderson passed away September 11th, 2021 at Memorial Healthcare Center in Owosso due to complications from COVID that he likely contracted while on duty in the jail.

Deputy Henderson was a beloved co-worker with a big smile, and a heart of gold. He treated everyone with respect and brought great spirit to the Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Henderson was assigned to the corrections division, where he had 2 years of devoted service.

Thank you Darrell for your loyalty to your co-workers and your unwavering commitment to the Sheriff’s Office. You made work more enjoyable and will be dearly missed. Godspeed my friend.

We ask that you please keep Deputy Henderson, his family, and the members of the Sheriff’s Office in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Sheriff Brian BeGole

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Deputy Darrell Henderson. Deputy Henderson passed away September 11th, 2021 at Memorial Healthcare Center in Owosso due to complications from COVID that he likely contracted while on duty in the jail.

Deputy Henderson was a beloved co-worker with a big smile, and a heart of gold. He treated everyone with respect and brought great spirit to the Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Henderson was assigned to the corrections division, where he had 2 years of devoted service.

Thank you Darrell for your loyalty to your co-workers and your unwavering commitment to the Sheriff’s Office. You made work more enjoyable and will be dearly missed. Godspeed my friend.

We ask that you please keep Deputy Henderson, his family, and the members of the Sheriff’s Office in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Sheriff Brian BeGole

NEVER FORGET. UNITED WE STAND.
09/11/2021

NEVER FORGET. UNITED WE STAND.

NEVER FORGET. UNITED WE STAND.

The Shiawassee County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your assistance in identifying the below subjects that were involve...
09/10/2021

The Shiawassee County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your assistance in identifying the below subjects that were involved in the theft of a utility trailer. The trailer was stolen from a business on Bennett Dr. in Perry Township at approximately 6 a.m. on Sunday, September 5, 2021.

The suspect’s truck is a Dodge four door truck that appears to have a different color box/body panels.

Please contact D/Lt. Keith Hansen at (989) 743-3411 ext 7225 with any information or call our tip line at (989) 720-tips

Congratulations on your retirement Deputy Steve Loomis! It has been a pleasure working alongside you. We are all sad to...
07/30/2021

Congratulations on your retirement Deputy Steve Loomis! It has been a pleasure working alongside you. We are all sad to see you go but wishing you all the best. Thank you for your 28 years of dedicated service to the citizens of Shiawassee County. Your kindness, compassion and even humor has helped so many lives throughout your career. May God Bless you!

Photos from Sheriff Brian BeGole's post
07/30/2021

Photos from Sheriff Brian BeGole's post

07/29/2021

On Thursday, July 29, 2021 at approximately 0749 hours, deputies from the Shiawassee County Sheriff Office were dispatched to State Rd South of Copas Rd for a P.I. accident involving a truck that had left the roadway and struck a tree. Callers on scene reported that the male driver was unresponsive. The driver and lone occupant was removed from the vehicle and rushed to the hospital where he later succumbed to his injuries sustained in the crash.

The driver of the truck was identified as 53 yo Dennis Lee Sexton Jr. of Chesaning. The cause of the accident is still under investigation. Sheriff Deputies were assisted at the scene by Corunna Area Ambulance, Corunna/Caledonia Fire Department and MSP.

Welcome Deputy Seth Abbey!
07/28/2021

Welcome Deputy Seth Abbey!

We would like to introduce you to our newest member, Deputy Seth Abbey. Deputy Abbey graduated from Swartz Creek High School before enlisting in the United States Marine Corps. Deputy Abbey earned his Associates degree from Mott Community College and then went on to become a Georgia State Trooper. After serving the citizens of the State of Georgia for several years he decided to come back home to Michigan.

We are proud to have Deputy Abbey working with us and hope you will help us welcome him to our county.

The Corunna City Police Department is investigating several B&E's to storage unit facilities on M21 and on M71. At appro...
07/27/2021

The Corunna City Police Department is investigating several B&E's to storage unit facilities on M21 and on M71. At approx. 10:45am on 7/27/2021 a suspect was observed having cut off locks on 5 storage units at the Attic Storage Facility in the 900 block of Corunna Ave (M71), by the owner of the business. He gave the following description.

W/m, approx. mid 20's, 5'10", 160 lbs. (medium build), scruffy facial hair, ball cap, dark shirt and jeans. He was driving an approx. 2010 silver, Chevrolet HHR and it did not have a plate on it. In addition the back window was blacked out with dark tint. It was last seen in an unknown direction on Corunna Ave after it left the business lot. The Chevrolet HHR pictured is similar to what was described but is not the actual suspect vehicle.

If anyone has information or may know the identity of this criminal please contact Chief Mark Schmitzer of the Corunna City Police Dept. at (989) 743-6170 or call the Sheriff’s Office tip line at (989) 720-tips

The Corunna City Police Department is investigating several B&E's to storage unit facilities on M21 and on M71. At approx. 10:45am on 7/27/2021 a suspect was observed having cut off locks on 5 storage units at the Attic Storage Facility in the 900 block of Corunna Ave (M71), by the owner of the business. He gave the following description.

W/m, approx. mid 20's, 5'10", 160 lbs. (medium build), scruffy facial hair, ball cap, dark shirt and jeans. He was driving an approx. 2010 silver, Chevrolet HHR and it did not have a plate on it. In addition the back window was blacked out with dark tint. It was last seen in an unknown direction on Corunna Ave after it left the business lot. The Chevrolet HHR pictured is similar to what was described but is not the actual suspect vehicle.

If anyone has information or may know the identity of this criminal please contact Chief Mark Schmitzer of the Corunna City Police Dept. at (989) 743-6170 or call the Sheriff’s Office tip line at (989) 720-tips

** Job Opportunity-Please share**The Sheriff’s Office is looking to hire a part-time jail cook. Candidates must pass a b...
07/27/2021

** Job Opportunity-Please share**

The Sheriff’s Office is looking to hire a part-time jail cook. Candidates must pass a background investigation. Starting pay is $13.67 to $16.00 per hour depending on experience. Must be available to work some weekends and holidays. Interested persons may read the job description and apply on-line at Shiawassee.net under the topic “Check for job Postings.”

** Job Opportunity-Please share**

The Sheriff’s Office is looking to hire a part-time jail cook. Candidates must pass a background investigation. Starting pay is $13.67 to $16.00 per hour depending on experience. Must be available to work some weekends and holidays. Interested persons may read the job description and apply on-line at Shiawassee.net under the topic “Check for job Postings.”

On Saturday afternoon, I was proud to represent Shiawassee County in honoring fellow Sheriff Brian McLean that passed aw...
07/25/2021

On Saturday afternoon, I was proud to represent Shiawassee County in honoring fellow Sheriff Brian McLean that passed away earlier this week. A Celebration of Sheriff McClain’s life was held on the Michigan Tech. University campus with hundreds in attendance.

Having first been elected in 1996, Sheriff McClain held the title of the longest serving sheriff in the State of Michigan.

On Saturday afternoon, I was proud to represent Shiawassee County in honoring fellow Sheriff Brian McLean that passed away earlier this week. A Celebration of Sheriff McClain’s life was held on the Michigan Tech. University campus with hundreds in attendance.

Having first been elected in 1996, Sheriff McClain held the title of the longest serving sheriff in the State of Michigan.

07/25/2021

Brian BeGole, Sheriff
201 E. McArthur
Corunna, MI 48817



PRESS RELEASE
Date: July 24, 2021
From: Sheriff Brian BeGole
To: All Shiawassee County Residents
**FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE**
On July 15, 2021, the Shiawassee County Board of Commissioners voted to disperse funds from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). On Monday morning, funds were electronically deposited into all county employees and elected officials’ bank accounts. While I was aware that the county had received the grant funding and the Board of Commissioners were considering the allocation, I was not a part of this process. Also, at no time did I ask or expect any compensation for my work during the pandemic, as the elected Sheriff.
I understand the hardship that county employees and elected officials endured, and the great risk they placed themselves and their families in during the COVID-19 pandemic and lock-down. County employees and elected officials worked diligently, under unprecedented circumstances to maintain county services, while implementing life-safety plans to protect our residents. I know as the Sheriff, I cannot be prouder of the men and women of the Shiawassee County Sheriff’s Office and have always advocated for them to receive higher wages for their hard work and dedication. In fact, I brought to the attention, of the County Administrator, the availability of Hazard Pay funds from the previous CARES act that Sheriff’s Office employees received. Again, at no time did I ask, expect, or receive any of this funding.
Because of our county employee’s and selfless dedication, I believe that all county employees should receive a fair compensation from the APRA funds for hardships endured over the last year.
The COVID-19 pandemic was of an unparalleled magnitude, federal and state funds have been distributed to businesses, first responders, and vital industries in our country to reduce hardship and the impacts they suffered. According to the CDC, in the U.S. alone there have been over 34 million people that have contracted COVID-19 and over 600,000 that have died from the virus. Most people in our country and specifically our county have endured significant hardships over the last year.
While the legality of this disbursement to elected officials is now in the hands of the courts, we need to remember that these hardships have included our county residents, employees, elected officials and their families.
This week the county, with my authorization, will withdraw the funds dispersed from the ARPA grant I received. I want to remain transparent to the residents of Shiawassee County and maintain the integrity of the Office of Sheriff.

Deputies will be out delivering presents this Christmas Season. Your donation of an unwrapped toy or $10 will help brigh...
07/23/2021

Deputies will be out delivering presents this Christmas Season. Your donation of an unwrapped toy or $10 will help brighten a child’s Christmas morning!

Come out and enjoy a hotdog or hamburger this weekend and support a great cause!

Deputies will be out delivering presents this Christmas Season. Your donation of an unwrapped toy or $10 will help brighten a child’s Christmas morning!

Come out and enjoy a hotdog or hamburger this weekend and support a great cause!

07/21/2021

Subject is in CUSTODY, thank you for all your help.

The Clare County Sheriff Department is investigating a homicide that occurred around 8:00 p.m. on 07/20/2021 near the 7500 block of S Harrison Ave.

The Clare County Sheriff Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating Ronald William McClure II, a 43-year-old male from the Harrison area. Ronald is considered to be armed at this time. The Clare County Sheriff Department has a warrant for open murder for Ronald at this time.

If you have any information on this incident or know the location of Ronald contact the Clare County Sheriff Department or your local 911.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Houghton County Sheriff Brian McLean. Sheriff McLean passed away this ev...
07/20/2021

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Houghton County Sheriff Brian McLean. Sheriff McLean passed away this evening as a result of injuries he sustained from a fall.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Houghton County Sheriff Brian McLean. Sheriff McLean passed away this evening as a result of injuries he sustained from a fall.

07/04/2021
*WARNING*The Shiawassee County Sheriffs Office is asking canoers and kayakers to avoid the Shiawassee River. Four water...
07/03/2021

*WARNING*

The Shiawassee County Sheriffs Office is asking canoers and kayakers to avoid the Shiawassee River. Four water rescues were performed this afternoon.

Rapid moving water caused by heavy rain over the last week and downed trees in the water are making conditions extremely hazardous.

Flood conditions conceal trees, limbs and other objects under what may appear to be smooth running water. This high, fast-moving water can propel canoers and kayakers into trees and branches under the water causing them to overturn.

*WARNING*

The Shiawassee County Sheriffs Office is asking canoers and kayakers to avoid the Shiawassee River. Four water rescues were performed this afternoon.

Rapid moving water caused by heavy rain over the last week and downed trees in the water are making conditions extremely hazardous.

Flood conditions conceal trees, limbs and other objects under what may appear to be smooth running water. This high, fast-moving water can propel canoers and kayakers into trees and branches under the water causing them to overturn.

For years the Sheriff’s Office and our deputies have proudly participated in Operation Secret Santa. Please come support...
07/01/2021

For years the Sheriff’s Office and our deputies have proudly participated in Operation Secret Santa. Please come support this great event that helps put smiles on hundreds and hundreds of kids faces during the Christmas Seasons.

For years the Sheriff’s Office and our deputies have proudly participated in Operation Secret Santa. Please come support this great event that helps put smiles on hundreds and hundreds of kids faces during the Christmas Seasons.

06/26/2021

Shiawassee County is under a tornado watch until 10 PM.

06/12/2021

Samsung cell phone found in the river near Harmon Partridge Park. If you have lost one or believe it’s yours call 989-743-9111 and give a description of case and phone. Still in working condition.

We are excited to introduce another great addition to the sheriffs office. Deputy Andrew Selke was raised in Rogers Ci...
06/09/2021

We are excited to introduce another great addition to the sheriffs office. Deputy Andrew Selke was raised in Rogers City MI, where he also graduated high school. Upon graduating high school, Deputy Selke enlisted in the United States Army as an Infantryman. Deputy Selke attended Lake Superior State University where he received an Associate’s degree in Criminal Justice. Deputy Selke completed the Kirtland Regional Police Academy where he graduated the top of his class. Welcome Deputy Selke!

We are excited to introduce another great addition to the sheriffs office. Deputy Andrew Selke was raised in Rogers City MI, where he also graduated high school. Upon graduating high school, Deputy Selke enlisted in the United States Army as an Infantryman. Deputy Selke attended Lake Superior State University where he received an Associate’s degree in Criminal Justice. Deputy Selke completed the Kirtland Regional Police Academy where he graduated the top of his class. Welcome Deputy Selke!

Please welcome our newest Deputy,  Devin Reust. Deputy Reust was born and raised in Dewitt, MI, where he also graduated ...
06/09/2021

Please welcome our newest Deputy, Devin Reust. Deputy Reust was born and raised in Dewitt, MI, where he also graduated high school. Deputy Reust attended Lansing Community College, and Ferris State University where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. Deputy Reust graduated from the Mid-Michigan Police Academy in July of 2020. Deputy Reust previously worked for Sparrow Hospital as a security officer before joining the Shiawassee County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputy Reust is happy and proud to be a part of Shiawassee County Sheriff’s Office, and is looking forward to protecting and serve our great County.

Please welcome our newest Deputy, Devin Reust. Deputy Reust was born and raised in Dewitt, MI, where he also graduated high school. Deputy Reust attended Lansing Community College, and Ferris State University where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. Deputy Reust graduated from the Mid-Michigan Police Academy in July of 2020. Deputy Reust previously worked for Sparrow Hospital as a security officer before joining the Shiawassee County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputy Reust is happy and proud to be a part of Shiawassee County Sheriff’s Office, and is looking forward to protecting and serve our great County.

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201 E. McArthur St
Corunna, MI
48817

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“The Shiawassee County Sheriff’s Office (the “Sheriff” or “Sheriff’s Office”) supports the use of social media technology to enhance communication, collaboration, and information. For this reason, the Sheriff has a legitimate business interest in monitoring internet activities, regardless of where or when it occurs, when such activity could violate an individual’s privacy or otherwise adversely affects an individual the Sheriff interacts with, the Sheriff’s reputation, the reputation of others, the trust placed in the Sheriff by others, or the Sheriff’s working relationship with other organizations. This is not intended or designed to prohibit the lawful exercise of an individual’s rights under applicable federal or state law, including constitutionally protected free speech. As the Sheriff’s Office is responsible for establishing and maintaining content posted to its social media sites, the following forms of content, including, but not limited to, the below posted by external and authorized users may be subject to removal: Comments not topically related; Profane language or content; Content that promotes, fosters, or perpetuates discrimination of protected classes; Sexual content or links to sexual content; Solicitations of commerce or advertisements including promotion or endorsement; Conduct or encouragement of illegal activity; Information that may tend to compromise the safety or security of the public or public systems; Content intended to defame any person, group, or organization; Content that violates a legal ownership of interest of any other party, such as trademark or copyright infringement; Violent or threatening content; Disclosure of confidential, sensitive, or proprietary information; HIPAA information; Disclosure of personally identifiable information; Disclosure of personally identifiable health information; Disclosure of social security numbers or information; Disclosure of Payment Card Industry Data; or Identical posts by the same user or multiple users. Unacceptable content and individual violators shall be promptly documented. Such documentation will be emailed to the Sheriff’s designee for record retention, and then removed immediately. The Sheriff’s designee will contact the County Administrator and Corporate Counsel on any legal issues. Individuals (e.g., friends, fans, or followers) who continue to post inappropriate content shall be banned.

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Thank you for your service, today and every day!
Police Chief of Corunna needs fired NOW!
Do we have a police chief at the Corunna, MI police department who thinks he can unlawfully arrest citizens for practicing photography and videography sanctioned by the Constitution and the Supreme Court??? That's a big lawsuit waiting to happen. This police chief does NOT care about a citizen's rights? This police chief should be FIRED. Hence, the reason why folks all over the nation are protesting police being bullies, using excessive force, lying, and murdering UNarmed citizens. We're contacting the ACLU and the mayor's office. What happened to de-escalation? WATCH THIS YOUTUBE VIDEO...this police chief is a disgrace and has abused his authority.
https://youtu.be/cZsv-gzGW0k As the elected Sheriff you need to arrest the chief of police for violating a citizens Constitutional rights.
I know longer live in Shiawassee County however, my parents do as well as many other people I care about. We all have heard and seen so many negative political attacks this year, and a small county in Mid Michigan is not immune. Brian BeGole has always been committed to that county; since his childhood. Those of you that know Brian would agree, he can go anywhere and do anything he chooses, yet he chooses to stay where he was born and raised to see it thrive and improve on the foundation that has has been built in Shiawassee County. With Brian as Sheriff, he has a proven record of doing just that. Of course not everybody will agree, opponents and their supporters will certainly disagree with many of these. Everybody has their own political views, and opinions as to what goes on behind closed doors, even open doors. But before you attack, belittle, ridicule and speak ill of his character remember that Brian BeGole has committed himself. There was a reason he was voted in as Sheriff, search within yourself for the reason you voted for him, and cast your vote again for, Brian BeGole Shiawassee County Sheriff. If you did not vote for BeGole last election, as yourself WHY? Then look at what he has done for the county and WHY it was done, and ensure that it continues... by voting. Don't let those with hands of mud at the ready for tossing influence you, you are smarter than that. GOD BLESS
Is the Sheriff's Department or any police agency trying to collect money right now through phone calls???
NO CHILD MOLESTER SHOULD EVER BE LET OUT ON BAIL.
Hello, how can I find out about which laws I’m allowed to break? The Sheriff stated that the S.O. would not be enforcing some Recent laws and I’m wondering which those are. Thank you