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Washtenaw County, Michigan

Dangers of Social Media – Creps Facebook Sentencing

Dangers of Social Media – Creps Facebook Sentencing

Paul Joseph Creps was sentenced yesterday to 10-15 years in prison for the sexual assault of two (2) underage girls in Ypsilanti Township.

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Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Troy Bevier Retires

Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Troy Bevier Retires

Honoring 25 years of exemplary service, Sheriff Jerry L. Clayton hosted a retirement luncheon celebrating the career of Lieutenant Troy D. Bevier, on Tuesday, April 30th, 2013.

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WCSO Arrests Suspects Involved in Armed Robbery

WCSO Arrests Suspects Involved in Armed Robbery

On 4/3/13 at approximately 2:20am, deputies responded to the 7-11 store located at 2200 E Ellsworth Rd Ypsilanti Twp regarding an armed robbery that had just occurred.

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WCSO Community Engagement Golf Outing

WCSO Community Engagement Golf Outing

The Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office invites you and your friends to a day of golf and fun at the Community Engagement Golf Outing!

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WCSO Metro Dispatch Honored for Telecommunicator Week

WCSO Metro Dispatch Honored for Telecommunicator Week

The Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners hereby declares the week of April 14, 2013 through April 20, 2013, as National Public Safety Telecommunicator Week in Washtenaw County.

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WCSO Emergency Services Conducts Skywarn Spotter Training Programs

WCSO Emergency Services Conducts Skywarn Spotter Training Programs

WCSO Emergency Services conducts Skywarn Spotter training programs throughout the community at the beginning of every severe weather season. The National Weather Service Forecast Office in White Lake assigns an experienced meteorologist to conduct the training, which is free of charge and open to anyone at least 18 years of age. The course is about two hours long, and Skywarn Spotter identification codes are issued to all who complete the training.

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