Macomb County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Macomb County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 43565 Elizabeth Road, Mt. Clemens, 48043 MI
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Phone: 586-469-5151
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Macomb County Sheriff's Office is located at 43565 Elizabeth Road, Mt. Clemens, 48043 MI. The Macomb County Sheriff's Office phone number is 586-469-5151.

Macomb County Sheriff's Office News

Do you know this person? On 9/18/18, this male was at a business in Mt. Clemens and stole money from a cash register. The male is described as a heavyset bald white male with a gray goatee and wearing a red T-shirt and black shorts. He left the area as the passenger in a blue Kia. If you have any information or know the identity of this male, please contact Detective Holmes at 586-307-9361. Thank you for your help.

Do you know this person? On 10/28/18, a person reported that her credit card had been stolen from a business in Mt. Clemens. That credit card was used at several locations on the same date by the person in the photographs below. If you have any information on the person photographed please contact Det. Wohlfield at 586-463-1854.

We are saddened to hear that AXE, a St Clair Shores K-9 was killed in the line of duty this evening. Please say a prayer for his handler and all the St. Clair Shores Police Department. We thank you for your service AXE. May you rest in peace.

We have received several reports today that we would like you to be aware of. A male is calling from a 586-459-xxxx number and identifying himself as Lt/Det. Walker with our office. He is telling the person that they have a warrant for their arrest and must bring money to a Kroger store to avoid arrest. We will never take a cash bond from anyone roadside. Bonds are only accepted through the courts or through our jail office located INSIDE our main office in Mt. Clemens. Also, we do not have anyone employed at our office with the last name of Walker. Please be aware of your surroundings at all times and if you are suspicious of a phone call, take the time to verify the information. If you receive a phone call from someone who states they are with our office, please stop by or give us a call at 586-469-5151.

FYI...ROAD CLOSURE IN THE TOWNSHIP OF MACOMB. NORTH AVE S/O 23 MILE RD. A WATER MAIN BREAK HAS CLOSED BOTH THE NB AND SB LANES OF NORTH AVE.....SEEK ALTERNATE ROUTES. UNKNOWN WHEN IT WILL BE OPEN . THANK YOU AND DRIVE SAFE

Thank you to the Parishes of the North Macomb Vicariate for their donation of 20 blankets. We are happy to give them to those who need them at the various incidents we respond to. Pictured: Sgt. Scharf with Marilyn Floreno and John Lajiness

Thank you for all of your help! People often want to give donations to food drives or the food program, but they are not sure what food items are ok to donate. Below is a list of food items that are suggested by the Macomb Community Action Food Program as great items to consider when making food donations. Tuna Fish Canned Meat Beef Stew Meat Soups, Hearty Soups Canned Spaghetti or Pasta Dry or Canned Beans (kidney, pinto, green, yellow, refried or black beans) Canned Fruit Rice Noodles, Macaroni Powdered Milk Pancake or Baking Mixes Cereal/Oatmeal (including single service sizes) Granola / Protein Bars Peanut Butter (in plastic jars) Jelly (in plastic jars)

Warning! Graphic Content Recently we participated in the lip sync challenge and tried to create substance abuse awareness. This problem is everywhere and affects more than those who use. It affects family, friends, and even those just traveling down the road. If you or someone you know needs help to regain a clean and sober life, please take that first step. As a reminder, our doors are always open with HOPE NOT HANDCUFFS. On 10-25-18, at approx. 2:00am, a Macomb County Sheriff’s deputy attempted to make a traffic stop on a vehicle in Harrison Township. The vehicle disobeyed all attempts to get it stopped and began to flee police. Stop sticks were deployed and the vehicle’s tires were damaged. As deputies attempted to box in the vehicle to get it stopped, the vehicle crashed into two fully marked deputy vehicles. The suspect vehicle drove off road and came to a rest. The driver and passenger were instructed by several deputies, with drawn pistols, to show their hands. The passenger complied, however, the driver had other priorities. As you can clearly see in this deputy’s body camera, the driver ignores deputies’ commands and begins smoking crack cocaine. After refusing to open the doors for deputies, both females were removed from the vehicle and taken into custody. Neither female, nor any deputy was injured during this incident. The driver, Kristi Rettig, 36, out of Eastpointe is charged with flee and elude, assault with a dangerous weapon, possession of a controlled substance, and operating while license suspended. The passenger, Alexandra Weed, 28, out of Melvindale is charged with possession of a controlled substance. This epidemic is real.

Mark your calendars sports fans! And watch out coaches - we run a lot faster without all that "police gear" on. 💙😂🤩💙

A big thank you to Westview Orchards for donating 12 gallons of cider and over 200 donuts! It was delicious and much appreciated!

Stay Safe This Halloween! Make sure costumes fit correctly and can be seen by others. Reflective tape and glow sticks are helpful. Masks should not obstruct vision. Trick or Treat with an adult. Children under the age of 12 should not be alone at night without adult supervision. If kids are mature enough to be out without supervision, they should stick to familiar areas that are well lit and trick-or-treat in groups. Cross the street at corners, using traffic signals and crosswalks. Walk on sidewalks when provided. Put electronic devices down and keep heads up and walk, don’t run, across the street. Watch for cars that are turning or backing up. Teach children to never dart out into the street or cross between parked cars. Drive safe on Halloween. Use extra caution in areas with trick or treating and do not let things within your vehicle distract you. Be especially careful when backing up and watch for trick-or-treaters who may dart out in front of you. Have fun and be safe!

With the quality of these photo's, you may think we have taken up posting "glamour shots", however, we have not. (You know you remember what those are). We are looking to identify this pair in an identity theft case. On 9/28/18, at approx. 2:30, this male and female entered this business in Macomb Township and used the victim's credit card information to purchase almost $800.00 worth of goods. If you have any information on this incident or the know identity of either of these persons, please contact Det. Edringer at 586-307-9363.

On 10/22/18, our deputies took a report in the area of 24 Mile and Romeo Plank of a vehicle window being shot out with what appears to be a b.b. gun. The suspect vehicle is described as an early 2000's model Buick. The suspect vehicle is traveling down the street and stops in front of the victim's house. One round strikes the victim's vehicle window and the suspect proceeds to continue traveling down the street. Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. LaFriniere at 586-469-6634. Thank you for your help!

Macomb County Sheriff's Office Honor Guard Photo Credit: All My Love

Do you know these males who are attempting to ruin Halloween? On 10/8/18, these males stole Halloween decorations from a residence on Johannes St. in Macomb Township. The males appear to be in a Chevy style pick up truck. The decorations taken were Halloween animatronics. We are aware that the video is not that detailed, however, we still feel that someone may know something. If you have any information please contact Det. LaFriniere at 586-469-6634. Thank you for your help.

Be Advised - This is a TRAINING EXERCISE only. On Wednesday, 10-24-18 from 9:00am until 3:00pm, the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a training exercise at Lake St. Clair Metro Park in Harrison Township. The exercise will take place on land and water and will include various specialized units from the Sheriff’s Office. We are making the public aware so that they are not alarmed if they hear or observe this training occurring. Training areas will be closed to the public so please avoid the clearly marked locations within Lake St. Clair Metro Park and the surrounding waters. Again, this is only a training exercise. Photo Credit: All My Love Photography

DID YOU KNOW? Children of parents who talk to their teens regularly about drugs are 42% less likely to use drugs than those who don't: yet only a quarter of teens report having these conversations. Red Ribbon Week, the oldest and the largest drug prevention campaign in the nation, is your opportunity to get the ongoing conversation started. The National Family Partnership organized the first Nationwide Red Ribbon Campaign. NFP provides drug awareness by sponsoring the annual National Red Ribbon Campaign™. Since its beginning in 1985, the Red Ribbon has touched the lives of millions of people around the world. In response to the murder of DEA Agent Enrique Camarena, angered parents and youth in communities across the country began wearing Red Ribbons as a symbol of their commitment to raise awareness of the killing and destruction cause by drugs in America. This year's theme is Life Is Your Journey. Travel Drug Free. Visit www.redribbon.org to learn more about Red Ribbon Week.

Press conference regarding criminal sexual conduct

***Update*** Identified! Thank you for all your help! Today's "Do you know these people" post.... Special attention Mt. Clemens area. These two entered a business in Mt. Clemens and left with another customers keys; vehicle key and additional keys. They left in a silver or white mini-van. Maybe it was a mistake? If so, the keys have not been returned. We think these photos are pretty good quality and that someone from the area has seen them around. Det. Elsey would like to speak with them about the keys. If you know who they are please give him a call at 586-783-8118. NOTE: We have had several items "picked up" in public places lately (wallets, keys, phones). Please keep an eye on your belongings, it only takes a second for them to disappear. : (

Do you know this male? On 10-6-18 at approx 1:20pm, at a gas station in Macomb Township, the pictured black male stole an employee's cell phone. The male is described as wearing dark pants, a black zip-up windbreaker, blue baseball hat with white writing, and white and black shoes. Anyone who can identify this male or has any information on this incident is asked to contact Det. Conklin at 586-307-9327.

Last week, the Transportation Improvement Association (TIA) presented transportation safety awards during its 2018 Annual Meeting and Law Enforcement Appreciation Breakfast at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi. The awards honored individuals and agencies for making a tremendous impact on improving transportation safety through engineering, education, and enforcement. “Congratulations to the award recipients for their leadership in creating a safer transportation system,” said Jim Santilli, CEO of TIA. “They are true heroes. I commend them for going above and beyond to save lives and prevent injuries.” The Macomb County Sheriff's Office is honored to have been one of the award recipients for Operation Ghost Rider. Distracted driving is a dangerous behavior that can have tragic consequences. In an effort to change driver behavior and reduce distracted driving, Operation Ghost Rider was launched in Macomb County on April 25, 2017. Operation Ghost Rider uses unmarked spotter vehicles, which contain a law enforcement passenger. When the spotters observe a distracted driver, they radio a fully marked law enforcement unit to initiate a traffic stop. The program is so unique that The Wall Street Journal featured it as a national story. Participating agencies have included the Auburn Hills Police Department, Clinton Township Police Department, Macomb County Sheriff’s Office, Michigan State Police, Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, Shelby Township Police Department, Sterling Heights Police Department, and Utica Police Department. During a total of 18 hours of enforcement in 2017, law enforcement officers conducted more than 907 traffic stops resulting in 726 citations and 34 arrests. During the latest mobilization earlier this year, 49 officers (state, county, and local) stopped 530 vehicles, issued 440 citations, and made 9 arrests in 6 hours. Pictured: (left to right) Jim Santilli, CEO of the Transportation Improvement Association; Captain David Daniels, Macomb County Sheriff’s Office; Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson; and Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue, Director of the Michigan State Police Pictured: (left to right) Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson; Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue, Director of the Michigan State Police; Chief Fred Posavetz, Clinton Township Police Department; Chief Dale Dwojakowski, Sterling Heights Police Department; Captain Thomas Deasy, Commander of the Michigan State Police Second District; F/Lt. Joseph Brodeur, Post Commander of the Michigan State Police Metro North Post; Chief Jeff Baker, Auburn Hills Police Department; Jim Santilli, CEO of the Transportation Improvement Association; Undersheriff Michael McCabe, Oakland County Sheriff’s Office; Captain David Daniels, Macomb County Sheriff’s Office; Sgt. Michael Shorkey, Macomb County Sheriff’s Office; and Chief Robert J. Shelide, Shelby Township Police Department.

On August 26,2018, at approximately 10:05pm, a 15 year old girl was riding her bicycle on EB Pilgram Street near Norway Ave in Washington Township when she was struck from behind by a vehicle. The 15 year old stated that vehicle gave her a light bump and then struck her hard the second time causing her to fly forward off her bicycle. She ran to a nearby house where the resident contacted her parents and rendered aide. The 15 year old stated that her bicycle hit the front center of the vehicle, closer to the passenger side. She described the vehicle as a tan or silver SUV, bigger than a Suburban, having older style square shaped headlights. The vehicle took off towards VanDyke Ave after striking her; never stopping to see if she was hurt. If anyone has any information regarding this incident, please contact Det. LaFriniere at 586-469-6634. The 15 year old victim is in good health at this time, however, we are still looking to find the person responsible.

Do you recognize either of these males? On 10-3-18, both males entered into a business in Harrison Township in the early hours of the morning. The male in the light colored hoodie left with almost $1,000.00 worth of lottery tickets that he did not pay for. Both males are wanted for questioning. If you have any information on these males or this incident please contact Det. Elsey at 586-783-8118. The Michigan Gaming Commission has been notified.

CAPTURED! Thank you for all your shares! Finders Keepers or It Doesn't Belong To You So Don't Touch It??? This man walked into a business on Gratiot in Mt. Clemens and took a wallet that did not belong to him. An elderly gentleman had just been in the gas station and accidentally left his wallet on the counter. This man walked in and after looking through the wallet, pocketed it and left the store a short time later. The wallet had cash and other financial devices inside. The man left as a passenger in a gray or tan colored GMC Envoy. If you recognize this man or have any information regarding this incident, please contact Detective Petrykowski at 586-307-9367. He would like to speak with him. Note: the victim has not been contacted by anyone saying that they found his wallet and wanted to return it.

***FAKE NEWS*** Several followers have reached out to us regarding a post titled "Macomb County Fears Vigilante Serial Killer After Third Pedophile Murdered in 1 Week". This post is fake and has been reported to Facebook. The Macomb County Sheriff's Office has not had any recent murders involving any registered sex offenders and our residents have no reason to be fearful of a killer on the loose. Completely FAKE NEWS.