Stanton Police Department

Stanton Police Department This page contains information on the Stanton City Police Department, Stanton Michigan.
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New beginnings
08/02/2019
New beginnings

New beginnings

Aubrey Ende is sworn in on July 18 by Greenville Deputy Clerk Krystal Grace-Hatfield as the newest public safety officer with the Greenville Department of Public Safety. Ende is the first female full-time public safety officer to be with the department in 28 years and the second in its history. — ...

Cops Life
05/16/2019

Cops Life

MVCI- Association
05/12/2019

MVCI- Association

Happy Mothers Day💙🖤

Photo credit #coptbl

02/15/2019
CBS News

CBS News

This 10-year-old boy is on a mission to run nearly 150 miles – one mile for every officer who died in the line of duty last year 💙 https://cbsn.ws/2By9jRz

Montcalm County Central Dispatch
01/10/2019

Montcalm County Central Dispatch

Today is Law Enforcement Appreciation day, and we appreciate each and every one of our Deputies, Troopers, and Officers that we work with on a daily/nightly basis.

Montcalm County Sheriff's Office, Michigan State Police, Greenville Public Safety, Carson City Police Department, Stanton Police Department, Lakeview Police Department, Home Township Police, and Michigan Department of Natural Resources

09/19/2018

Stanton citizens the City has had a couple of auto thefts and some items stolen from vehicles. This can be prevented by taking your keys out and locking your car doors.If you have any information please contact us at 989-831-4440

‘Special meaning’
08/22/2018
‘Special meaning’

‘Special meaning’

STANTON — Deaths of Montcalm County law enforcement officers while on the job have thankfully been few and far between, but senseless tragedies have occurred, leaving scars on the community.

theCHIVE
06/07/2018

theCHIVE

D-Day. June 6, 1944. The fearless Allied Forces stormed the beaches of France, forever changing the course of history. Freedom isn't free — never forget that.

New Michigan law: dark lights are NOW treated as 4-way stop
04/26/2018
New Michigan law: dark lights are NOW treated as 4-way stop

New Michigan law: dark lights are NOW treated as 4-way stop

Michigan lawmakers have passed a new bill that some say just makes sense: if you come up on an intersection that doesn't have power, it will now be treated as a four-way stop.

Daily News
04/16/2018
Daily News

Daily News

A man is in custody after he resisted arrest and assaulted a Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputy on around 4 p.m. Wednesday in Edmore.

The deputy spotted the 36-year-old Edmore man, whom he had obtained a four-count arrest warrant for during a previous investigation. When the deputy attempted to take the man into custody, he resisted and assaulted the deputy.

WOOD TV8
03/08/2018
WOOD TV8

WOOD TV8

The Michigan State Police trooper was taken to the hospital for minor injuries.

Daily News
03/02/2018
Daily News

Daily News

A Grand Rapids man was sentenced to prison time Thursday for a drive-by shooting, police chase and stabbing of a police dog last summer.

Sadly, the dog recently died from medical issues unrelated to the stabbing. Before his death, he was awarded the Medal of Courage — the K-9 equivalent of the Medal of Honor.

Midland County Sheriffs Office Community Awareness Team
01/16/2018

Midland County Sheriffs Office Community Awareness Team

A tow truck driver was hit and killed last night in Saginaw by a drunk driver. Tow truck operators are under the same law as all first responders. If you see them on the side of the road with lights working, it is the LAW to move over at least one lane and if you can’t do that you must reduce speed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all involved.

Kent County Sheriff's Office
12/19/2017

Kent County Sheriff's Office

WANTED: Wade Thompson 1/12/67

We are asking for your help in locating Mr. Thompson who is currently wanted by the US Marshal Service and the Michigan Department of Corrections. Thompson is a parole absconder (various charges including retail fraud, felonious assault, flee/elude) who is impacting local retailers by stealing large quantities of liquor, typically totaling around $250 per theft.

If you encounter him, CALL 911 and do not attempt to apprehend as he has been known to evade apprehension with no regard for the safety of others. If you have information that can lead agents to his location, you can call Silent Observer at 616-774-2345.

The Street Officer
10/03/2017

The Street Officer

Powerful and so true. Thanks to Jessica for the quote! -G

Timeline Photos
07/18/2017

Timeline Photos

Coleman Police Department, Michigan
03/03/2017
Coleman Police Department, Michigan

Coleman Police Department, Michigan

Many of you may have this same question. Lt Carroll of the Michigan State Troopers gave a very accurate answer.

09/12/2016
Detroit Tigers

Detroit Tigers

Today we remember all those whose lives were changed on 9/11 and thank all first responders working to protect our communities.

Michigan State Police
07/13/2016
Michigan State Police

Michigan State Police

This morning we continue to mourn alongside the Berrien County Sheriff's Department for the loss of two long-time law enforcement veterans - Joe Zangaro and Ron Kienzle. Our hearts are heavy over yesterday's senseless act of violence at the courthouse. May they rest in peace and honor always.

Police Officers Association of Michigan
05/30/2016

Police Officers Association of Michigan

POAM Police Officer of the Year, Michael Kotenko.

“It’s a humbling moment. I want to thank the members of my department. 19 days in the hospital, many of them in intensive care, 24 hours of the day they were by my side comforting not only me, but my family.

This honor, I feel unworthy of. This honor lies in you, my brothers of the Montcalm County department because you stood by me and my family so that I can come back and serve the community that I care about.”

02/09/2016
Montcalm County Sheriff's Office

Montcalm County Sheriff's Office

On January 30, 2016 at approximately 2:52 AM, deputies with the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office responded to an alarm at Rustic Enterprises, 519 S. Ensley St., Howard City. Upon arrival, it was determined that the business had been broken into.

The investigation revealed that the business, also known as Rustic Sports, was broken into by two individuals. The individuals were captured on surveillance cameras and appeared to be clothed to help conceal their identities. They appeared to be wearing hoods and had their faces covered. At one point one of the individuals appeared to be wearing a backpack and carrying a bolt cutter. The other individual was also carrying a crow bar. An inventory is still being conducted regarding the stolen property.

Anyone with information regarding this crime is encouraged to call the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office at 989-831-7590 or the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office tip line at 989-831-7593.

Here is a an example of the damage done Sunday between 2 and 4 am Jan.24.The Stanton Police Dept.handled a total of 15 c...
02/01/2016

Here is a an example of the damage done Sunday between 2 and 4 am Jan.24.The Stanton Police Dept.handled a total of 15 complaints of vandalism.Unknown subjects used a BB gun to shoot out car windows.Windows to a business and residence where also shot out.The Michigan State Police handled one complaint outside the City.Greenville Dept.of Public Safety had one in there City.All the same day.Anyone with information is asked to call the Stanton Police Dept.

Good News
11/01/2015
JUST IN: Deputy Kotenko released from hospital, recovering from home

Good News

STANTON— Nearly three weeks since being shot with a crossbow bolt, Deputy Michael Kotenko of the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office is now recovering from the comfort of his home. The Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday that Kotenko had been released from the Spectrum/Butterworth Hospital in Grand Rap…

10/16/2015
JUST IN: Deputy Michael Kotenko expected to make full recovery

JUST IN: Deputy Michael Kotenko expected to make full recovery

STANTON — Deputy Michael Kotenko of the Montcalm County Sheriff's Office is expected to make a full recovery after being shot with a crossbow bolt Friday evening. According to the Sheriff's Office, Kotenko has subsequently underwent surgery and the bolt was successfully removed. He is currently list…

McCarthy2015
07/30/2015
McCarthy2015

McCarthy2015

Members of the Montcalm County Sheriff's Honor Guard lay flowers at the grave of Detective Lieutenant William McCarthy, who died in the line of duty on April...

05/08/2015

This just in from the Montcalm County Sheriff's Office:

SUBJECT OF RELEASE: Telephone Scams

Attempts to scam unsuspecting victims over the telephone are not something new to the residents of Montcalm County. The stories being told to the would be victims have changed over the years however there is a new attempt that the Sheriff’s Office thinks the public needs to be made aware of.

Recently the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office has received reports from citizens of phone calls being received and the caller claims to be an employee of the Sheriff’s Office. The citizen is told that there is a warrant for their arrest and unless they provide financial information or follow directions to provide funds to the caller the citizen will be arrested. Names of past and current Sheriff’s employees have been given as well as the Sheriff’s name.

The Sheriff’s Office does not call individuals and take money over the telephone from those with active warrants. If you received a call like this you are safe to assume it is a scam. As with this scam, or other similar ones, such as the caller claiming to be with the IRS, Sheriff Barnwell recommends never giving your personal or financial information to anyone who has called requesting that type of data.

Should you have any questions or concerns regarding these types of calls you may contact the Sheriff’s Office or your local law enforcement agency.
Contact Information:

Montcalm County Sheriff
989-831-7590
[email protected]

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06/18/2014

Our Officers

Address

225 S Camburn St
Stanton, MI
48888

General information

The Stanton City Police Department is a part-time law enforcement agency located in Montcalm County, Michigan. Currently, staffing consists of the part-time Chief of Police, 1 full-time officer, 1 regularly scheduled part-time officer, 1 school resource officer and one on call part-time officer. The days and times of coverage vary depending on call volume and time of year.

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(989) 831-5043

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