Croswell Police Department

  • Agency: Croswell Police Department
  • Address: 100 N Howard Ave, Croswell, 48422 MI
  • Chief: David L Hall (Chief of Police)
Phone: 810-679-2200
Fax: 810-679-2313
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Croswell Police Department is located at 100 N Howard Ave, Croswell, 48422 MI. The Chief of Police of the department is David L Hall. The Croswell Police Department phone number is 810-679-2200.

Croswell Police Department News

Found Keys A set of keys have been turned in to our office that were found Friday night at the corner of Cribbins Rd and Galbraith Line Rd. A Jeep and Chevy key fob are on they key ring along with several other keys. The keys can be claimed by calling our office at 810-679-2200.

Found Dog. **UPDATE-OWNER LOCATED** This dog was found on Hamilton Road and Bricker Road this morning and was not wearing a collar. The owner can call Jacki at 810-378-5054 to claim the dog.

FIRE BURNS BUILDING IN CROSWELL Croswell Police and Croswell Fire Department are investigating a fire that occurred last night, Friday, September 14, 2018 on Wells St. The former Cashway Lumber (old elevator building) near the railroad tracks was discovered on fire at 2101 hours. The building was totally engulfed and was a total loss. Crews were on scene for several hours. One fireman was injured at the scene and was taken by Croswell EMS to Port Huron McLaren Hospital where he is in good condition. Croswell Fire Department, Lexington Fire Department, Applegate Fire Department, Elk Township Fire Department were all dispatched to the scene along with Croswell Police Department, Lexington Police Department and Croswell EMS. The fire is under investigation by the Croswell Police and Croswell Fire Department.

Found Cell Phone. *Update - OWNER LOCATED* Our department has a cell phone that was found and turned in. It is a Samsung Galaxy Note T-Mobile. Please contact our office to claim the phone at 810-679-2200.

HUNTER SAFETY CLASS We have a few openings left for the Hunter Safety Class on September 16, 17 and 18. This is a FREE class open to all ages however children age 10 and under MUST be accompied by an adult. Registration forms can be picked up at our office or sent by email. Contact us at police@croswell.us or 810-679-2200. This is our last scheduled class for 2018 hunting season.

FOUND TABLET An Amazon Kindle tablet has been found and turned into our office. The tablet is passcode protected but shows the account of “Lindsay”. The black Amazon cover has the name “Makayla” written in black marker. Contact our office at 810-679-2200 to claim the tablet. You must be able to provide the proper passcode.

Update - The owner has been located If anyone is missing a Husky and a Black Lab, they are hanging around at the Dollar General on M-90.

HUNTER SAFETY COURSE Croswell Police Department and the Croswell-Lexington Schools are pleased to announce Hunter Satety Course. The Hunter Safety Course will be held at the High School Media Center on Sunday, September 16 and Monday, September 17 from 6:00-9:00 PM and Tuesday, September 18 from 5:00-9:00 PM. This is a FREE class open to the public. There are no age restrictions, however class material is at a 12 year old level. (Students age 10 and younger must be accompied by an adult) Classes are limited to 35 students and pre-registration is necessary. Registration forms are available on the Croswell-Lexington School web site, the Croswell Police Department or the attached DNR link: http://www.michigandnr.com/…/Student%20Parent%20Guardian%20… . Completed forms can be dropped off at the Croswell Police Department or emailed to police@croswell.us.

Chief Hall is emptying the prescription drug box located in City Hall. It is estimated that there are between 6-7 pounds of medication that was kept safe from the hands of young kids. This is the third time the box has been emptied since it was put into place in February. The drug box was provided free of charge by KidCents and Rite Aid. It is located in Croswell City Hall where medications can be disposed of Monday-Friday from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm.

Croswell Police and Sanilac County Sport, Fishing, and Hunting Association are conducting a hunter safety class for area youth at Croswell Lexington Community Schools. Upon completion of the 3 class series, 36 young sportspeople will have earned their Michigan Department of Natural Resource Hunter Safety Certificate. Instructor Cam O’Mara from Croswell Police Department along with Chris Soule from the Sanilac County Sport, Fishing, and Hunting Association went over new hunter’s responsibility, ethics, firearm safety, wildlife conservation and wildlife identification, game care, survival and first aid. Another class will be held in September although a date has not been set. Please watch the Croswell Police Facebook and the Sanilac County Sport, Fishing, and Hunting Association Facebook pages for dates and signup information.

An all clear has been declared following spotting of 1 or more funnel clouds by citizens. Local fire departments and spotters were activated and announced the all clear at 8:55. This photo was send to us by a citizen.

KIDS FINGERPRINTING Today is kids day at the Croswell Fair. Officer Brenda Krumenaker was there earlier today doing fingerprints and is offering a second chance if you missed it earlier today! She will be back at the fair from 6:00-8:00 pm tonight doing more fingerprinting for the kids! She also has kid badges and stickers. Our booth is located just outside the entrance of the grandstand.

HUNTER SAFETY COURSE Croswell Police Department and the Croswell-Lexington Schools are pleased to announce Hunter Satety Classes by Officer Cam O'Mara. The Hunter Safety Course will be held at the High School Library on Monday, August 13 and Tuesday, August 14, 2018 from 6:00-9:00 PM on Wednesday, August 15 from 5:00-9:00 PM. This is a FREE class open to the public. There are no age restrictions, however class material is at a 12 year old level. (Students under the age of 10 must be accompied by an adult) Classes are limited to 35 students and pre-registration is necessary. Registration forms are available on the Croswell-Lexington School web site, the Croswell Police Department or the attached DNR link: http://www.michigandnr.com/publications/pdfs/law/Student%20Parent%20Guardian%20Agreement.pdf . Completed forms can be dropped off at the Croswell Police Department or emailed to Officer O'Mara at police@croswell.us. There will be another class offered in mid-September. Dates will be announced in the near future.

We lost an icon in law enforcement. RIP Detective Sgt Donald Trowhill. http://www.hackerfuneralparlors.com/obituary/donald-trowhill?fh_id=12550

STOLEN (Brush Hog) ROTARY CUTTER The Croswell Police Department is investigating a larceny that occurred between Monday, July 16, and Thursday, July 19 from Brown St near Wells St in the City of Croswell. Stolen was a Great Plaines LandPride 7' wide (Brush Hog) Rotary Cutter that was taken from a storage lot. The brush hog is described as being a light beige in color with green emblems on the left front corner similar to the one in the photograph. Investigation shows that either a truck with a wench or a vehicle with a front end loader loaded this item on to a flat bed trailer and left the scene. If anyone has noticed a neighbor who has a new used brush hog that has showed up in the last week or has any knowledge of this incident, please contact Chief Hall at 810-679-2200. You may remain annoymous if you wish.

FOUND KEYS We have a set of keys that have been turned in to our department that were found on Friday during the town festivities. They appear to belong to a GMC. Call our office at 810-679-2200 to claim them.

LOST DOG *UPDATE - The dog has been located and reunited with his owner* "Bubba" has been missing since Wednesday, July 18, 2018 from the area of M-90 and Todd Rd in Buel Township. He is described as a male Bloodhound, red in color and is very friendly. Please call Talysha at 810-990-9108 or Charles at 810-705-0630 or our office at 810-679-2200 if you have seen or know the whereabouts of Bubba.

*UPDATE-OWNER LOCATED* FOUND DOG We are seeking help in finding the owner of this male dog that was found on Roach Rd between Wildcat and Wixon Rd in Lexington Township. The dog is a young pup with no tags. Contact can be made with Kim at 810-887-9622, our office at 810-679-2200, or send us a PM if you are the owner.

Update** The dog has been found* LOST DOG The owner of this friendly Border Collie dog is looking for help in finding "Winnie." Winnie took off last night around midnight from Nims St and Sanborn St area in the City of Croswell. She is black and white with a coral pink collar. Winnie had just had a fresh bath and did not have her tags on yet. If you have seen this dog, please call Katelyn at 616-260-6706, our office at 810-679-2200 or send us a PM. Please share and help get Winnie back to her owner.