Pinckney Police Department

  • Agency: Pinckney Police Department
  • Address: 220 S Howell St, Pinckney, 48169 MI
  • Chief: Denis Aseltine (Chief of Police)
Phone: 734-878-3700
Fax: 734-878-4432

Pinckney Police Department is located at 220 S Howell St, Pinckney, 48169 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is Denis Aseltine. The Pinckney Police Department phone number is 734-878-3700.

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Pinckney Halloween 2018. Smaller crowds than usual, but still a great time! I hope everyone had a Safe and Happy Halloween!

The kids from Country Elementary's 2nd grade came out for their annual visit today. We always have a great time. Already looking forward to next year. Thanks Mrs. Rau!

PInckney PD will be represented at this years Trunk or Treat Event at the Livingston County Sheriff's Office. Come on out and say "Hello" and get some candy. Then come back on Saturday to the Pinckney Town Square for our annual "Spooktacular". It's great event! Saturday, 10/27/18, Pinckney Town Square from 6 pm to 8 pm.

Sorry for the tardiness - Here is the September 2018 monthly report summary for the PPD. Saturday, September 1, 2018 N Mill St – Citizen Assist – Neighbor Dispute N Mill St – Civil Matter – Neighbor Dispute N Mill St – Damage to Property Sunday, September 2, 2018 E M36 – False Alarm Pearl St – Officer arrested a 52-year old W/M for Traffic Offense E Main St – Assist to HTPD with a Property Damage investigation Monday, September 3, 2018 S Howell St – Found Property N Mill St – Disturbance – Neighbor Dispute Location not disclosed – CSC – Officer arrested an 18-year old B/M W Coon Lake Rd – Officer assisted LCSD with a Physical Domestic Tuesday, September 4, 2018 S Howell St – 911 Hang Up Wednesday, September 5, 2018 S Howell St – Officer assisted LCEMS with a medical run Thursday, September 6, 2018 E Hamburg St – False Alarm Vincent St – CSC – Unfounded N Mill St – Damage to Property Friday, September 7, 2018 N Stuart St – Disturbance Coleman St – Officer arrested a 33-year old W/M for Domestic Violence Saturday, September 8, 2018 E Main St – 911 Hang Up E Main St – Motorist Assist – Lock out Rose St – Ordinance Investigation – Open Burning N Mill St – Neighbor Dispute – Civil Matter E Main St – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Pearl St – Officer arrested a 56-year old W/F for warrants Sunday, September 9, 2018 S Howell St – PPD – Lost/Found Property E Main St – Suspicious Situation Monday, September 10, 2018 Town Trail – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run E Main St / N Dexter St – Disturbance Coyote Ct – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Tuesday, September 11, 2018 E M36 – Private Property Crash E Main St – Solicitor Complaint Wednesday, September 12, 2018 E M36 – Officer arrested an 18-year old W/F for alcohol violations N Dexter St – Ordinance Investigation – Grass Stockbridge St – Officer assisted UTPD with a Family Trouble E M36 – False Alarm Thursday, September 13, 2018 W M36 / Kathryn Ct – Assisted UTPD with wires down over the road Friday, September 14, 2018 S Howell St – PPD – Lost / Found Property Coyote Ct – Assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run S Howell St – False Alarm Saturday, September 15, 2018 N Howell St – Larceny from Auto Sunday, September 16, 2018 Pearl St – Officer arrested a 32-year old W/F for OWI Vincent Dr – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run E M36 – False Alarm E M36 – Officer arrested a 23-year old W/M for Obstruction & Traffic Offense Monday, September 17, 2018 E Main St – Verbal Domestic / Civil Matter S Howell St – PPD – PPO Violation Town Trail – Family Trouble – Verbal Domestic Tuesday, September 18, 2018 E M36 – Officer arrested a 26-year old W/F for Traffic Offenses Pearl St – Welfare Check S Howell St – 911 Hang Up S Mill St – Citizen / Lift Assist Wednesday, September 19, 2018 E M36 – 2-Car Crash Thursday, September 20, 2018 Marion St – Damage to Property S Howell St – Motorist Assist – Lock Out N Mill St – Trespass Notice Friday, September 21, 2018 Pearl St – Officer arrested a 34-year old W/M for Traffic Offenses Town Trail – Juvenile Offense – W/F Juvenile Detained Cattail Ln – Ordinance Investigation – Animal Complaint Main St – Officer assisted UTPD with an OWI Arrest Saturday, September 22, 2018 D19 – Officer arrested a 68-year old W/F for Traffic Offenses E M36 – Motorist Assist – Lock out Sunday, September 23, 2018 S Howell St – Officer assisted LCEMS with a medical run W M36 – Officer arrested a 58-year old W/M for warrants E Main St – Suspicious Situation Monday, September 24, 2018 S Howell St – PPD – Found Property S Howell St – PPD – Found Property E Main St – Welfare Check Tuesday, September 25, 2018 E M36 – False Alarm Coyote Ct – Suspicious Situation Wednesday, September 26, 2018 W Main St – Open Door – False Alarm S Howell St – Assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Pumpkin Ln – Citizen / Lift Assist Thursday, September 27, 2018 S Howell St – PPD – Found Property N Territorial Rd – Warrant pick-up attempt Edgelake Dr – Assisted HTPD with a Welfare Check Friday, September 28, 2018 Mower Rd / S Howell St – Hit & Run Crash Putnam St / Pearl St – 2-Car Crash Coyote Ct – Suspicious Situation Pearl St – Officer arrested a 19-year old W/M for Traffic Offenses Saturday, September 29, 2018 W M36 – Open Door E M36 – False Alarm Sunday, September 30, 2018 Main St / Church St – Officer assisted MSP (In Unadilla Twp) with a PIA / OWI Arrest

Congratulations to PPD Officer Christina Doolan. She is this last weeks recipient of WHMI's "Operation Thank You". She earned the award for her exceptional work in assisting an aging Pinckney resident in her time of need. She has made the PPD Proud.

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Here is the PPD Monthly Report Summary for August 2018. Wednesday, August 1, 2018 E Main St – Welfare Check E Main St – Suicidal Subject Putnam St – Assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run E Main St – Assisted PTFD and LCEMS with a medical run S Howell St – PPD – Assist other agency Dreamcatcher – Assisted UTPD with a suicidal subject Thursday, August 2, 2018 S Howell St – Assisted LCEMS with a medical run E M36 – False Alarm S Howell St – Officer arrested a 23-year old W/F for Traffic Offense Curtis Dr – False Alarm Friday, August 3, 2018 E M36 – Motorist Assist – Lock out E M36 – Fraud Investigation W M36 – Assisted UTPD with an Injury Crash Saturday, August 4, 2018 S Howell St – Death Investigation E Main St – Officer arrested a 25-year old W/M for narcotics Sunday, August 5, 2018 W Main St – Animal Complaint – Dog at large N Mill St – Civil Matter - Neighbor Dispute Monday, August 6, 2018 S Dexter St – Officer arrested a 23-year old W/M for Traffic Offense Tuesday, August 7, 2018 Webster St – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Wednesday, August 8, 2018 E M36 – False Alarm W Main St – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run E Main St – Motorist Assist – Lock out Sunday, August 12, 2018 E Hamburg St – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run E Main St – Citizen Assist Monday, August 13, 2018 E Main St – 911 Hang up Tuesday, August 14, 2018 Starfield Dr – Ordinance Investigation – Grass S Howell St – Town Square Park – Suspicious Person W M36 – Welfare Check S Howell St – 911 Hang up Wednesday, August 15, 2018 Putnam Twp – Bike Safety Camp Pond St – Civil Matter Knollwood St – Assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run W M36 – Suspicious Situation Thursday, August 16, 2018 W Hamburg St – Verbal Domestic Curtis Dr – Shots Fired Complaint – Unfounded Friday, August 17, 2018 E Unadilla St – Suspicious Vehicle E Main St – Traffic Hazard Park St – Officer assisted UTPD with a suicidal subject Saturday, August 18, 2018 Chilson Rd – Officer assisted HTPD with an arrest E Main St – False Alarm Dexter-Pinckney Rd – Officer arrested a 44-year old W/M for warrants Mann St – Welfare Check Sunday, August 19, 2018 Pearl St – Assisted LCEMS with a suicidal subject E Main St / S Dexter St – Disturbance Town Trail – Ordinance Investigation – Dog at Large Swarthout Rd – Officer assisted LCSD with an arrest Monday, August 20, 2018 Marion St – Ordinance Investigation – Grass Elizabeth St – Ordinance Investigation – Grass Vincent Dr – Ordinance Investigation – Grass E Main St – Officer arrested a 43-year old W/M for Traffic Offense W Main St – Ordinance Investigation – Grass Pumpkin Ln – Assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Tuesday, August 21, 2018 W Trebesh – Assisted UTPD with a Welfare Check E M36 – Found Property E Main St – Trespassing E M36 – False Alarm Wednesday, August 21, 2018 E M36 – Suspicious Vehicle E M36 – Suspicious Situation Bull Run – Assisted UTPD with a Family Trouble S Howell St – Animal Complaint Thursday, August 22, 2018 Patterson Lake Rd – Officer arrested a 21-year old w/m for Traffic Offenses W M36 – Motorist Assist S Howell St – 911 Hang up Friday, August 23, 2018 Location not disclosed – CSC Curtis Dr – False Alarm Putnam St – Death Investigation W Main St – Officer arrested a 41-year old w/f for Traffic Offense Saturday, August 24, 2018 W Main St – Motorist Assist – Lock out Elizabeth St – Citizen Assist N Mill St – Neighbor Dispute – Civil Matter Sunday, August 25, 2018 W Livingston St – Officer arrested a 61-year old W/M for Traffic Offense E Main St – Officer arrested a 31-year old W/F for OWI Monday, August 26, 2018 W Main St – Ordinance Investigation – Grass N Dexter St – Officer arrested a 49-year old W/M for OWI E Main St – Ordinance Investigation – Loud Noise Tuesday, August 27, 2018 Algonquin Dr – Officer assisted HTPD with an OWI Arrest Pearl St – Officer arrested a 27-year old W/F for narcotics Wednesday, August 28, 2018 E Main St – Ordinance Investigation – Grass W Unadilla ST – Ordinance Investigation – Grass E Livingston St – Welfare Check Starfield Dr – Ordinance Investigation – Dog Bite Marion St – Ordinance Investigation – Grass Town Trail – Ordinance Investigation – Dog at Large Thursday, August 29, 2018 E M36 – Suspicious Vehicle W Hamburg St – Ordinance Investigation – Grass N Mill St – Neighbor Dispute – Civil Matter S Howell St – PPD – Officer arrested a 26-year old W/M for Home Invasion Friday, August 30, 2018 W Main St – Suspicious Vehicle – Pinckney Cemetery Saturday, August 31, 2018 Pearl St – Officer arrested a 32-year old W/M for Traffic Offense N Mill St – Neighbor Dispute – Civil Matter

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RIP Brock. You'll be missed.

Today, PPD's, Sgt Mike Trenkle, conducted a "bike rodeo" for the kids at Putnam Township's Fire Department.

Here is the July 2018 Report Summary for Pinckney Police Department: Sunday, July 1, 2018 Patterson Lake Rd – Assisted LCSD with a possible Domestic Violence E Main St – 911 Hang up Barton Rd – Assisted UTPD with a Domestic Violence N Mill St – Civil Matter – Neighbor Dispute Brentwood Dr – 911 Hang up Monday, July 2, 2018 Knollwood Dr – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Putnam St – Disorderly Conduct – Officer arrested a 58-year old W/M. Tuesday, July 3, 2018 W Main St – Intimidation / Harassment Complaint Hadley Rd – Assisted UTPD with a Domestic Violence E Main St – Animal Complaint – Dog at Large E Main St – False Alarm E Hamburg St – Assisted PTFD with a gas leak Wednesday, July 4, 2018 N Mill St – Officer arrested a 53-year old W/F for Assault E Main St / Stuart St – 2 Car Injury Crash E Main St. – Officer arrested a 67-year old W/M for Traffic Offense Thursday, July 5, 2019 E Main St – Death Investigation Cricket Crossing – Fraud Investigation Heatherway Dr – 2 Car Crash N Mill St – Civil Matter – Neighbor Dispute E M36 – False Alarm N Mill St – Returned Civil Matter – Neighbor Dispute Friday, July 6, 2018 E M36 – Suspicious Vehicle Monks Rd – Officer assisted LCSD with a follow-up investigation Saturday, July 7, 2018 W Main St – Officer arrested a 21-year old W/F for Traffic Offense E Hamburg St – Assisted PTFD with a smoke alarm N Mill St – Civil Matter – Neighbor Dispute E Main St / Pearl St – Hit & Run Crash Sunday, July 8, 2018 W Main St – Pinckney Cemetery – Suspicious Vehicle Mower Rd / S Howell St – 1 Car Crash E M36 – Fraud Investigation S Howell St – PPD – Found Property Coyote Ct – Welfare Check Monday, July 9, 2018 E Main St – Officer arrested a 50-year old W/M for OUID Cricket Crossing – Assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Mower Rd – Trespassing Complaint Oakridge Ct – Assisted LCSD with a child locked inside a vehicle E Main St – Officer arrested a 54-year old W/M for Traffic Offenses Tuesday, July 10, 2018 Patterson Lake Rd – Motorist Assist – Disabled Vehicle Wednesday, July 11, 2018 E M36 – Suspicious Vehicle – Found running – unoccupied S Howell St – Animal Complaint – Dog at Large Friday, July 13, 2018 S Howell St – PPD – Found Property Sunday, July 15, 2018 Fairwood Dr – Suspicious Vehicle on pipeline land Rose St / W Hamburg St – Ordinance Investigation – Loud Noise Lakelands Trail – Abandoned Vehicle Monday, July 16, 2018 W Main St – Assisted UTPD with a search warrant Tuesday, July 17, 2018 Rose St – Assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Washtenaw Cty Jail – Follow-up – picked up subject on Warrants S Howell St – Motorist Assist – Lock out W Main St – Suspicious Situation – Open Door Wednesday, July 18, 2018 E M36 – False Alarm S Howell St – 2 Car Crash Coyote Ct – Family Trouble Thursday, July 19, 2018 E M36 – Private Property 2-car crash E M36 – Officer arrested an 18-year old W/M for VCSA Friday, July 20, 2018 E Hamburg St – Citizen Assist E M36 –Motorist Assist – Lock out E M36 – Motorist Assist – Disabled Vehicle Saturday, July 21, 2018 W Main St – Assisted Northville PD with a warrant attempt S Dexter – Suspicious Vehicle Pinckney Rd – Officer arrested a 56-year old W/M for OWI Sunday, July 22, 2018 Town Trail – Officer detained a 14-year old W/F for Domestic Violence N Mill St – Civil Matter – Neighbor Dispute Tuesday, July 24, 2018 N Dexter St – Ordinance Investigation - Officer cited resident for Dog(s) at large and Unlicensed Dog(s) S Howell St – Disorderly Person Wednesday, July 25, 2018 E Main St / N Mill St – Child Abuse / Neglect W Main St – Hit & Run Crash S Howell St – Fraud Investigation – Oxford, MI – Arrested 22-year old W/M for counterfeit currency Thursday, July 26, 2018 Washtenaw Cty Jail – Officer arrested a 53-year old W/M for VCSA E M36 – Suspicious Person N Howell St – Parking Complaint E M36 – 2 Car Private Property Crash Friday, July 27, 2018 Vincent St – Assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Cricket Crossing – Assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Town Trail – 2 Car Crash W Main St – Officer arrested a 28-year old W/F and a 30-year old W/M for Traffic Offenses Saturday, July 28, 2018 S Dexter St – Officer arrested a 41-year old W/F for OWI Wasson Rd / Gregory Rd – Assisted UTPD with a crash investigation S Dexter St – Officer arrested a 41-year old W/F for OWI / Traffic Offenses Wasson Rd – Officer assisted UTPD with a fatal crash Sunday, July 29, 2018 W Unadilla St – Motorist Assist – Lock out E Main St – Motorist Assist – Lock out Monday, July 30, 2018 E M36 – False Alarm N Mill St – Civil Matter – Neighbor Dispute Tuesday, July 31, 2018 Pearl St – Home Invasion Mower Rd – False Alarm E M36 – Officer assisted HTPD with a search warrant

Here is the July monthly report summary for the Pinckney Police Department: Friday, June 1, 2018 Location not disclosed – CSC – 1 Juvenile Detained E Main St – 911 Hang Up E Main St – False Alarm W Livingston – Citizen Assist – Officer assisted with a child’s broken bike Saturday, June 2, 2018 E M36 – False Alarm E Main St – 911 Hang Up W Livingston/S Howell (Municipal Lot) – 2 Car Crash W Livingston/S Howell (Municipal Lot) – 2 Car Crash E Main St – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical E Main St – Officer arrested a 32-year old W?M for Traffic Offenses Sunday, June 3, 2018 W Unadilla St – 911 Hang Up W Unadilla St – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run E Hamburg St / N Mill St – 2 Car Crash Pearl St – Officer arrested a 38-year old W/M for Traffic Offenses Monday, June 4, 2018 Joan St – Motorist Assist – Lock out Tuesday, June 5, 2018 Coyote Ct – Citizen Assist Hadley Rd – Officer assisted UTPD with a Domestic Violence E Portage St – Suspicious Situation W Main St – Found Property Wednesday, June 6, 2018 S Howell St – PPD – Background Investigation for PTFD S Howell St – PPD – Background Investigation for PPD E Main St / S Dexter St – Road Rage Incident S Howell St – Hit & Run Crash W Depot St – Found Property Williamsville Rd – Officer assisted UTPD with an OWI Town Trail – Missing Person E Main St – Suspicious Situation Thursday, June 7, 2018 E Main St/S Dexter St – 2 Car Crash Friday, June 8, 2018 W Main St – Larceny Saturday, June 9, 2018 Brentwood – Ordinance Investigation – Loud Party E Hamburg St – VIN Inspection Church St – Officer assisted UTPD with a suicidal person Sunday, June 10, 2018 E Main St – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run E M36 – Hit & Run Crash E Hamburg St – Motorist Assist – Lock out Monday, June 11, 2018 S Mill St – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Tuesday, June 12, 2018 E Hamburg St – Suspicious Person E Main St – Suspicious Situation Wednesday, June 13, 2018 S Howell St – Death Investigation Hillside Dr – Officer assisted LCSD with a Suicidal Person E M36 – Motorist Assist Thursday, June 14, 2018 E Main St – Ordinance Investigation – Dog at Large E M36 – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run N Dexter St – Ordinance Investigation – Animal Complaint – Barking Dogs Williams St – Ordinance Investigation – Animal Complaint – Stray Cats Friday, June 15, 2018 E M36 – Child Abuse/Neglect – Child left in the car alone S Dexter St – Officer arrested a 60-year old W/F for Traffic Offenses Saturday, June 16, 2018 Pearl St – Officer arrested a 30-year old W/M for OWI- VCSA E M36 – Motorist Assist – Disabled Vehicle Pearl St – Motorist Assist – Lock out Putnam St – Motorist Assist – Lock out Sunday, June 17, 2018 E M36 – False Alarm Cedarlake Rd – Assisted LCSD with an Emotionally Disturbed Person N Mill St – Civil Complaint – Neighbor Trouble E Unadilla St – Assisted UTPD with a Domestic Violence – Arrested a 33-year old W/F Pearl St – Officer arrested a 24-year old W/M for Traffic Offenses and a 21-year old W/M for Warrants Monday, June 18, 2018 N Mill St – Follow up on Civil Matter – Neighbor Trouble N Mill St – Intimidation/Stalking – Neighbor Trouble Tuesday, June 19, 2018 S Howell St – 911 Hang Up E M36 – Car vs Building Crash S Howell St – Officer arrested a 32-year old W/M for warrants Brentwood Dr – Officer assisted CPS with an in-home check Wednesday, June 20, 2018 Pond St – Citizen Assist – Civil Matter W Hamburg St – Civil Matter Thursday, June 21, 2018 Putnam St – 911 Hang up Friday, June 22, 2018 S Mill St – Assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Mower Rd – False Alarm N Mill St – Assault Saturday, June 23, 2018 E Main St – Officer arrested a 28-year old W/F for Traffic Offenses N Mill St – Civil Matter – Officer stand by W Livingston St – Citizen Assist – Assisted lost elderly female with dementia Sunday, June 24, 2018 Brentwood Dr – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Monday, June 25, 2018 S Dexter St – Officer arrested a 54-year old W/M for Traffic Offense E M36 – Motorist Assist Lock out Tuesday, June 26, 2018 E M36 – False Alarm E M36 – Officer arrested a 49-year old W/M for Traffic Offenses E Main St – Neighbor Dispute E Main St / Dexter St – 1 Car Crash Wednesday, June 27, 2018 Portage Ln – Ordinance Investigation – Dog at Large E M36 – Motorist Assist – Lock out Patterson Lake Rd – Officer assisted LCSD with a Domestic Violence Thursday, June 28, 2018 Livermore Rd – Officer assisted UTPD with a death investigation E M36 – Larceny S Howell St – Assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run E Main St – Ordinance Investigation – Noise Complaint Friday, June 29, 2018 Rose St – Fraud Investigation N Mill St – Neighbor Dispute – Civil Matter E M36 – Animal Complaint – Dog left in a car E Main St – Road Rage Incident Town Trail – Fireworks Complaint – Came from the Twp. N Mill St – Motorist Assist – Lock out Saturday, June 30, 2018 E M36 – Suspicious Vehicle S Howell St – Assisted PTFD with a Fire Alarm S Howell St – Ordinance Investigation – Fireworks Rose St – Assisted an Emotionally Disturbed Person

******************************************************************* This weekend marks the beginning of the 4th of July Holiday. Many people enjoy fireworks during this holiday period. I would like to remind all residents of the Village of Pinckney, that under the State Statute and the Village Code of Ordinances, FIREWORKS MAY ONLY BE USED THE DAY BEFORE, OF AND AFTER, THE HOLIDAY. This means, they can only be used - if they meet the Village Ordinance listed below - on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this next week (07/03, 07/04, 07/05). NO FIREWORKS can be used within the Village during this, or next weekend. I know it's a long post, but please take the time to review the ordinance BEFORE you decide to buy fireworks with the intention of using them in the village. The PPD will be enforcing this ordinance. Have a safe and enjoyable holiday! ******************************************************************** ORDINANCE AMENDING THE VILLAGE OF PINCKNEY CODE OF ORDINANCES BY AMENDING TITLE IX: GENERAL REGULATIONS, CHAPTER 91, FIRE PREVENTION The Village of Pinckney ordains: Section 1. Title IX, General Regulations, Chapter 91, Fire Prevention; Fireworks, Section 91.03, Fireworks, of the Village of Pinckney Code of Ordinances is hereby amended to read as follows: § 91.03 FIREWORKS. (A) Preamble. The Michigan Fireworks Safety Act, Act No. 256 of the Public Acts of Michigan of 2011, effective January 1, 2012, legalized the sale of consumer fireworks in Michigan, and delegated to local communities limited control over the use and discharge of the fireworks. The village recognizes that fireworks endangers property, can cause physical injury, and disrupts the peace and quality of neighborhoods and commercial districts. The village endeavors to reconcile the rights that this Act confers upon sellers and consumers, with the rights of the citizens, and families to reside in a safe, harmonious community. The following division is adopted to repeal existing fireworks ordinances that conflicted with the Act, and to impose conditions on the time, place and manner of use, discharge and ignition of fireworks deemed to be within the purview of local regulation, and within the interest of the public, health, safety and welfare. (B) Definitions. For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context indicates or requires a different meaning. CONSUMER FIREWORKS. That term as defined in Michigan Fireworks Safety Act. DISPLAY FIREWORKS. That term as defined in Michigan Fireworks Safety Act. FIREWORK or FIREWORKS. That term as defined in Michigan Fireworks Safety Act. LOW IMPACT FIREWORKS. That term as defined in Michigan Fireworks Safety Act. MICHIGAN FIREWORKS SAFETY ACT or the ACT. Public Act 256 of 2012, being MCL 28.451 et seq., as it may be amended from time to time. RETAILER. That term as defined in Michigan Fireworks Safety Act. WHOLESALER. That term as defined in Michigan Fireworks Safety Act. (C) Use of consumer fireworks, prohibition, holidays. (1) No person shall ignite, discharge or use consumer fireworks in the village; except this prohibition shall not preclude any person from igniting, discharging or using consumer fireworks within the village on the day proceeding, the day of, or the day after a national holiday, consistent with Michigan Fireworks Safety Act. (2) Use of consumer fireworks, as defined in the Michigan Fireworks Safety Act, in the village is limited to the day before, the day of, and the day after, a holiday, as defined in 5 U.S.C. § 6103, and is expressly contingent on the following: (a) No person under the age of 18 years shall use, possess, explode or cause to explode any fireworks, as defined herein, within the village. (b) No individual shall use, ignite or discharge consumer fireworks or low-impact fireworks while under the influence of alcohol, a controlled substance and/or a synthetic marijuana or other illegal substance. Alcoholic liquor means that term as defined in Section 1d of the Michigan Vehicle Code, Act No. 300 of the Public Acts of Michigan of 1949, MCL 257.1d, or any subsequent provision amending or replacing that provision. Controlled substance means that term as defined in Section 8b of the Michigan Vehicle Code, Act No. 300 of the Public Acts of Michigan of 1949, MCL 257.1d, or any subsequent provision amending or replacing that definition. Synthetic marijuana or other illegal substances are as determined under the Public Act 180-183 of 2012, and the Public Health Code, Act No. 368 of the Public Acts of Michigan of 1978, MCL 333.2451. A violation of this provision shall be a misdemeanor, and shall result in the seizure, removal and storage of the fireworks, at the expense of the responsible person. (c) A person shall not ignite, discharge, or use consumer fireworks on public property, school property, church property, or the property of another person without that organization’s or person’s express permission. (d) A person shall not ignite, discharge, or use consumer fireworks between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. (e) Fireworks, including consumer fireworks, shall not be ignited within twenty (20) feet of an open flame, a burner, gasoline, ignited gas or electric grill, or any combustible or flammable item or compound, or in any enclosed structure, garage, tent, or shed, or under any canopy or overhanging cover, of any nature. (f) Any use of fireworks that disrupts the peace of the public, which may include, deposits of litter or debris caused by fireworks, is prohibited, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the Michigan Fireworks Safety Act. (g) No person shall, either individually or in concert with another person, cause damage to any private or public property by the use, discharge or ignition of any fireworks. Any violation of this provision is subject to any penalty imposed under the Michigan Fireworks Safety Act, except that damage to public property under control of the village or damage to any private property not protected in the Michigan Fireworks Safety Act is a misdemeanor, if a higher offense is not available under state law. (h) No consumer fireworks may be ignited, launched, or discharged within thirty (30) feet of any house, structure, building, vehicle, or landscaping. Landscaping may include, without limitation, any tree, bush, flowers, vegetable garden, or gazebo. (i) No person shall at any time discharge or ignite any low impact fireworks within fifteen (15) feet of another person's property, without the owner's permission. Any violation is a municipal civil infraction. (C) Compliance with applicable ordinances and codes. Unless otherwise expressly provided in this chapter, a retailer or wholesaler of fireworks located within the village must comply with the requirements of the village’s Zoning Ordinance, as well as all building codes and regulations, in addition to the requirements of the Michigan Fireworks Safety Act, and any applicable federal laws and regulations. (D) Display fireworks permits. Upon application in writing to the village by any individual, association or group of individuals for the public display of fireworks, the Village Council may grant permission for such display, subject to such conditions as the Police Chief and the Fire Chief may impose to properly safeguard the public, both as to persons and property; and subject to the provisions of the Michigan Fireworks Safety Act. Applicants shall furnish proof of financial responsibility by a bond or insurance in an amount, character, and form deemed necessary by the village to satisfy claims for damages to property or personal injuries arising out of an act or omission on the part of the person, firm, or corporation or an agent or employee of the person, firm, or corporation, and to protect the public. The application form for permits under this section shall be provided the State of Michigan, and applicants shall pay the application fee to the village in an amount determined by Council resolution. (E) Seizure and removal of fireworks. Any fireworks that are possessed, sold, distributed or displayed in violation of the Michigan Fireworks Safety Act or the code of zoning ordinances of the village are subject to seizure and removal by the police department or fire department, at the expense of the responsible person, in addition to other penalties as provided in this article or by other ordinance. (F) Imminent danger or threat. Notwithstanding the Act, any use, discharge or ignition of fireworks that is presenting an imminent danger or threat to the public health, safety or welfare, as deemed by a police officer or the fire marshal, or his or her designee, shall be prohibited, and the fireworks may be immediately seized. (G) Seizure and cost recovery. (1) All fireworks used, discharged and ignited and possessed in violation of the Act and this article are subject to seizure. Any costs incurred by the village to seize and store the fireworks shall be paid by the responsible person. (2) Any costs the village incurs to respond and remediate any damage to private or public property or injury to another person shall be paid by any person responsible for the damage or injury. The village may pursue any legal remedies to collect such costs. (H) Violations, fines and penalties. (1) Civil infraction. Persons who violate a provision of this code section or fail to comply with any of the requirements thereof, shall be guilty of a municipal civil infraction and subject to the civil fines set forth in the schedule of civil fines in § 10.99(C), and shall be subject to any other relief that may be imposed by a court for such conduct, which shall also be considered a nuisance per se. Each act of violation and each day upon which such violation occurs shall constitute a separate violation. (2) Determination of violation; seizure. If a police safety officer determines that a violation of this code section has occurred, the officer may seize the fireworks as evidence of the violation. (3) Disposal. Following final disposition of a finding of responsibility for violating this code section, the village may dispose of or destroy any fireworks retained as evidence in that prosecution. (4) Costs. In addition to any other penalty, a person that is found responsible for a violation of this code section shall be required to reimburse the village for the costs of storing, disposing of, or destroying fireworks that were confiscated for a violation of this code section. Section 2. Revealer Clause. Any ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed only to the extent necessary to give this Ordinance full force and effect. Section 3. Savings Clause. This ordinance shall in no manner affect pending litigation, either civil or criminal, founded or growing out of any ordinance, resolution, order or parts thereof, hereby repealed, and this ordinance shall in no manner affect any rights, claims, privileges, immunities or causes of action of the Village, County or other person, either criminal or civil, that may have already occurred, accrued or grown out of any ordinance, resolution, order or policy, or any part thereof, hereby repealed. This Ordinance shall in no manner affect pending litigation, either civil or criminal, founded or growing out of any Ordinance, Resolution, Order or parts thereof, hereby repealed. Section 4. Validity and Severability. Should any portion of this Ordinance be found invalid for any reason, such a holding shall not be construed as affecting the validity of the remaining portions of the Ordinance. Section 5. This Ordinance shall be effective twenty (20) days after its passage, or from and after its publication, whichever is later.

Here is the May 2018 Report Summary for the Pinckney PD: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 N Dexter St – Animal Complaint Wednesday, May 2, 2018 Dexter-Pinckney Rd – Traffic Hazard – Man in the roadway Mower Rd – Search Warrant Executed – Arrested 23-year old W/M for sex crimes Friday, May 4, 2018 Curtis Dr – False Alarm S Howell St – Civil Matter W M36 – Officer arrested a 21-year old W/M for Traffic Offenses Saturday, May 5, 2018 E Hamburg – Harassment/Intimidation Complaint E Main St – Civil Matter / Family Trouble E Main St – Suspicious Situation Pearl S – Officer assisted LCSD with an OWI arrest Cedar Lake Rd – Officer assisted LCSD with a suspicious situation Sunday, May 6, 2018 S Dexter St – Animal Complaint – Dog at large Monday, May 7, 2018 Pearl St – Motorist Assist – Disabled Vehicle Country Club Dr – Officer assisted HTPD with a domestic S Howell St – PPD – Found Property Tuesday, May 8, 2018 W Main St – Suspicious situation Haze St – 911 Hang up E Main St – Officer assisted LCEMS with a medical run Wednesday, May 9, 2018 Town Trail – Road Rage Incident Town Trail – Juvenile Referral – CPS Thursday, May 10, 2018 S Howell St – 911 Hang up E Main St – Officer arrested a 23-year old W/F for warrants Curtis Dr – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Friday, May 11, 2018 Unadilla Rd – Officer assisted UTPD with an OWI Arrest E Hamburg St – Fraud Investigation Saturday, May 12, 2018 E Main St – Officer arrested a 17-year old W/M for VCSA Monday, May 14, 2018 Mower Rd – Ordinance Investigation – Grass/Weeds S Dexter St – Motorist Assist – Lock out E Main St – Suspicious Situation – Unfounded E Main St – Officer detained a 16-year old W/M for Traffic Offense E Main St – 911 Hang up Tuesday, May 15, 2018 Fairwood Dr – Larceny – Unfounded. Property located next door E M36 – Officer assisted MSP with a warrant arrest Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Lakelands Trail – Fireworks Complaint E Main St – 911 Hang up Pearl St – Officer arrested a 46-year old W/M for Traffic Offenses Thursday, May 17, 2018 Pinckney Rd – Officer assisted MSP with an OWI Arrest Friday, May 18, 2018 Pearl St / E Hamburg St – 2 Car Crash E M36 – Trouble with a customer S Howell St – Officer arrested a 61-year old W/M for Stalking / Warrants Hadley Rd – Officer assisted UTPD & UTFD with a suspicious situation / odor Saturday, May 19, 2018 Pearl St – Motorist Assist – Lock out Pearl St – Parking Complaint N Howell St – Found Property E Main ST – Officer arrested an 18-year old W/M for Open Intox in a MV Sunday, May 20, 2018 Haze St – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run W Main St – Officer arrested a 28-year old W/M for OWI Monday, May 21, 2018 Pinckney Rd – Officer arrested a 41-year old W/M for VCSA / OWI Tuesday, May 22, 2018 Cricket Crossing – Suspicious Situation – Ladder against a window Mann St – Assisted DHHS/APS with a petition E Main St – Ordinance Investigation – Parking Complaint E Unadilla St/N Dexter St – 2 Car Crash Wednesday, May 23, 2018 E Main St – Animal Complaint – Dog in a car Thursday, May 24, 2018 E M36 – Motorist Assist – Disabled Vehicle – Pushed off of the road S Howell St – Fraud Investigation Bentley Lake Rd – Officer assisted LCSD with a family trouble E Main St – Parking Complaint Saturday, May 26, 2018 N Stuart St – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run S Howell St – Employee / Employer Civil Matter Webb St – Ordinance Investigation – Grass/Weeds Sunday, May 27, 2018 E Main St – Assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Pumpkin Ln – Assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Cattail Ln – Welfare check E Main St – Officer arrested a 40-year old W/M for VCSA Monday, May 28, 2018 E M36 – False Alarm Mann St – Assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Tuesday, May 29, 2018 Pumpkin Ln – Assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Marion St / W Livingston St – 2 Car Crash S Howell St – Motorist Assist – Lock out Pearl St – Officer arrested a 29-year old W/F for Traffic Offenses Stockbridge St – Officer assisted UTPD & UTFD with an overdose Wednesday, May 30, 2018 E M36 – False Alarm Thursday, May 31, 2018 E Main ST – False Alarm Patterson Lk Rd – Traffic stop – EMS called for pregnant driver E M36 – Suspicious Vehicle

I hope everyone enjoyed this year's Pinckney Memorial Day Parade. It was a hot, but beautiful day. I want to thank my officers from the PPD for their work on this very hot day.

This little pup was found in the Village today on Hamburg St and N. Howell St. Does anyone recognize it? The pup.is a female and was taken to Livingston County Animal Control.

What can I say? We offered more services at a lower cost and they still told us no.

Here is the Pinckney Police Department's Report Summary for April 2018: Sunday, April 1, 2018 Brentwood Dr – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Universal Dr – Officer assisted HTPD with a troubled subject Monday, April 2, 2018 Town Trail – Domestic Violence – Juvenile detained Putnam St – Suspicious Person W Depot St – Suspicious Person Tuesday, April 3, 3018 S Howell St – Animal Complaint Putnam St – Fire Alarm – Accidental trip S Howell St – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run E M36 – Private Property Crash Wednesday, April 4, 2018 Pearl St – Officer arrested a 31-year old W/F for Traffic Offense E Main St – Officer arrested a 37-year old W/F for OWI/Traffic Offenses Thursday, April 5, 2018 E Hamburg St – Officer arrested a 20-year old W/F for Larceny Friday, April 6, 2018 Barbara St – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Honeycomb Ct – Ordinance Viol – Abandoned Vehicle W M36 – Officer arrested an 18-year old W/M for VCSA/Traffic Offenses Marion St – Hazard - Open Door Saturday, April 7, 2018 S Dexter St – Officer arrested a 47-year old W/M for Traffic Offense S Howell St – PPD – Citizen Assist N Howell St – 2 Car Crash – Officer arrested 33-year old W/M for OWI E Main St – Officer arrested a 20-year old W/M for Traffic Offense Hadley Rd – Officer assisted UTPD with a Domestic Violence Sunday, April 8, 2018 E Main St – Motorist Assist – Lock out Monday, April 9, 2018 Pearl St – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run N Dexter ST – Suspicious Situation E Main St – Officer arrested a 68-year old W/M for Traffic Offense Muriel St – Suspicious Person – Subject went to the wrong address. Tuesday, April 10, 2018 Dexter-Pinckney Rd – Assisted LCSD w/false alarm at PCHS Town Trail – Physical Domestic – Juvenile Detained Coyote Ct – Welfare Check Wednesday, April 11, 2018 W Unadilla St – Fraud Investigation Thursday, April 12, 2018 N Stuart St – Citizen Assist – Man stuck on his roof Friday, April 13, 2018 Town Trail – Domestic Violence – Juvenile Detained E Main St – Welfare Check E M36 – Motorist Assist – Lock out S Howell St – PPD – VIN Inspection S Howell St – PPD – VIN Inspection W Main St – Officer arrested a 19-year old B/M for Traffic Offense Saturday, April 14, 2018 E M36 – Pedestrian vs Car Crash E M36 – Motorist Assist – Lock out E Main St – Officer arrested a 39-year old W/F for OWI Monday, April 16, 2018 E M36 – False Alarm Tuesday, April 17, 2018 S Howell St – Stalking Investigation Park St – Animal Complaint – Found Dog E M36 – False Alarm Wednesday, April 18, 2018 W Main St – Car vs Deer Crash Thursday, April 19, 2018 E Main St – Animal Complaint Cricket Crossing – Ordinance Investigation – Loud Noise E Hamburg – Suspicious Situation – Car Alarm E Main St – False Alarm Saturday, April 21, 2018 Brentwood Dr – Ordinance Investigation – Loud Noise / Party E M36 – Suspicious Vehicle Brentwood Dr – Animal Complaint S Howell St – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Sunday, April 22, 2018 E Main St/Park St – 2 Car Crash W Trebesh Cir – Officer assisted UTPD with a “Vicious” dog complaint E Main St – False Alarm Cricket Crossing – Officer arrested 41-year old W/M for a Bond Violation Rose St – Assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Monday, April 23, 2018 E M36 – False Alarm E Unadilla St – Suspicious Person E Main St – Officer arrested a 47-year old W/M for OUID & VCSA Tuesday, April 24, 2018 N Mill St – Ordinance Investigation – Dog at Large E Main St/Dexter St – 2 Car Crash W Main St/W Unadilla St – Animal Complaint – Found Dog Thursday, April 26, 2018 E Main St – Officer arrested a 26-year old W/M for Traffic Offense Friday, April 27, 2018 E Main St – Officer arrested a 31-year old W/M for Warrants Saturday, April 28, 2018 S Howell St – PPD – Returned Property E Main St – False Alarm Sunday, April 29, 2018 Hogback Rd – Officer assisted MSP with a suicidal person E Main St – 911 Hang-up E M36 – 2 Car Private Property Crash Monday, April 30, 2018 E Main St – Officer assisted PTFD & LCEMS with a medical run Mower Rd – Ordinance Investigation – Dog at Large Livermore Rd – Officer assisted UTPD with a suicidal person

Putnam Township Fire Chief Greg Amburgey has lifted the burn ban for Putnam Township. Recreational fires only, are allowed within the village limits. The burning of brush, leaves and construction debris is prohibited under village ordinance. Have a safe weekend.