Almont Police Department

  • Agency: Almont Police Department
  • Address: 817 N. Main Street, Almont, 48003 MI
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)

Almont Police Department is located at 817 N. Main Street, Almont, 48003 MI. The Almont Police Department phone number is (810) 798-8300.

Almont Police Department News

Officer Amanda Manning as our School Resource Officer at Almont Community Schools. The Almont Police Department would like to thank Lapeer County Community Foundation for their continuous support.

Lapeer Co. has put up a No Open Burning ban for the entire county. This includes all open flame including back yard camp fires as well as any kind of burning type devises. All burn permits are canceled as of 7:00 am this morning. Please check the Almont Fire Department Website for updates. http://almontfire.org

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On January 24th, 2018 at approximately 12:00am, the Almont Police Department was dispatched to the 8600 block of Hollow Corners Rd. in Almont Twp. for a suicidal subject. Officer Michael Ryan arrived on scene along with Dryden Police Officer Jason Jenkins and attempted to make contact with the subject in concern for his welfare and mental state. The subject refused to come to the door and then made further suicidal statement and threatened to shoot responding officers. A shot was fired from inside the house by a 50 yr old male. The Lapeer County's SRT (Special Response Team) was called to assist and was mobilized within minutes. The subject was contacted by Lapeer County Central Dispatch and several attempts were made to have the subject exit the home. Eventually the home was breached and the suspect was found unconscious and was taken into protective custody by the SRT at approximately 03:17 am. The suspect was then transported to the hospital. No one was injured during the incident, and the Almont Police Department was assisted by the Almont Fire Department, Lapeer County Sheriff’s Department, Dryden Police Department, Imlay City Police Department, Lapeer County EMS, and Lapeer County Central Dispatch.

For anybody with information contact the Imlay City Police Department

The Almont Police Department in working in conjunction with Rite-Aid, we just recently received a prescription drop off box, for expired/ unwanted medications. The drop of box is located in our municipal office lobby and drop offs can be made Monday thru Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm excluding Holidays The Almont Police Department was able to receive the drop off box free of charge through the KidCents Safe Medication Disposal Program. The expired/ unwanted medication will be inventoried and the DEA will then take possession of the expired/ unwanted medication and dispose of them properly. The drop off box will give residents the opportunity to dispose of medications properly and it keeps the medications out of the hands of children. Items that are not accepted are Needles, lotions or liquids, inhalers, aerosol cans, thermometers, and hydrogen peroxide. Any questions, Contact Officer Mike Ryan, Email mryan@almontvillage.org

On December 8th, 2017 at approximately 6: 16am, the Almont Police Department was dispatched to the 4800 block of Shoemaker Rd. in Almont Twp. for a domestic dispute. Prior to Police arrival, 2 shots were fired from inside the house by a 35 yr old male. Officer Michael Ryan arrived on scene along with Dryden Police Officer Jason Jenkins and established a perimeter. The Lapeer County's SRT (Special Response Team) was called to assist and was mobilized within minutes. Several attempts were made to contact the suspect and eventually the home was breached. The suspect was found hiding in an upstairs closet and was taken into custody by the SRT at approximately 10:26am. No one was injured during the incident, and the Almont Police Department was assisted by the Lapeer County Sheriffs Department, Dryden Police Department, Michigan State Police, Lapeer County EMS, and Lapeer County Central Dispatch. Chief Martin

Deputy Eric Overall, age 50 who was a 22 year veteran of the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, was tragically killed Thanksgiving morning while deploying “Stop Sticks” on M-15 at the intersection of Seymour Lake Road in Brandon Township. He was assisting the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office on a pursuit that had started in Lapeer County. The suspect was being pursued by LCSO after he had been at the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office headquarters where his actions and threats there led to the pursuit. The Medical Examiner has ruled the death of Deputy Overall a homicide and that he died of blunt force trauma. The suspect is a 22 year old male from Macomb Township who is currently housed at the Macomb County Jail. He has prior 4 prior convictions for Possession of Marijuana and a conviction for Resisting and Obstructing Police. The Sheriff’s Office Special Investigations Unit will be presenting a warrant request to the Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office on Saturday. Deputy Overall was not in the roadway at the time, and in fact was well off the roadway and he had just deployed the “Stop Sticks” across SB M-15. A GoFundMe Account has been established in Deputy Overall’s memory and assist his family in this most difficult time: https://www.gofundme.com/in-memory-of-deputy-eric-overall Deputy Overall was recently married and has one adult son. He resided in Genesee County. Funeral arrangements are Tuesday at 11pm in Clarkston