Police Report November 2016

BARRYTON POLICE DEPARTMENT

Chief John Bongard

94 Angel Avenue

P.O. Box 31

Barryton, MI 49305

(989) 382-7822 Fax (989) 382-5149

Email: barrytonpolice@gmail.com     Barryton Police on Facebook

 

Monthly Report:     
November 2016

 

October 2016 Stats

 
Parking Tickets Issued: 0
Traffic Stops: 24
Traffic Tickets Issued: 8
Verbal Warnings Issued: 17
Physical Arrests: 2
Appearance Tickets:       0
Complaints Handled: 19
Ordinance Violations: 3
Ordinance Citations:       1
Salvage Inspections:

13 Month /216 Year 2016

Total Complaints in 2016:

422
   
   

Activities/Information:

Concealed pistol courses are being offered on Saturday November 19th and Sunday November 20th.  Please contact Casey Nemeth at 546mcso@gmail.com or 231-250-7257 for more information on the fall classes or to be placed on the roster.

On Halloween the Barryton PD was on site at the farmer’s market location handing out and scanning candy with the metal detector.  The department would like to recognize all the community members that worked so hard to make the event such a success.

Barryton PD also reports no incidents from Halloween/Devils night.

New Warrant – Matthew Convery for Non-Sufficient Funds checks.

The Department would like to remind residents of the Village Snow Ordinance 21-2015 Parking section:   “No parking on any street, 2:00a.m. to 6:00a.m. Beginning November 1st through March 31st.  A citation can be issued and if snowfall requires plowing the vehicle can be towed at owner’s expense.

Village residents can rake their leaves curbside for pickup by the Village beginning October 15th – November 15th.  Village removal of yard waste also ends November 15th and must be in proper sized bio-degradable containers such as cardboard boxes or paper bags.  Leaves and yard waste are picked up on Tuesdays and Fridays only.

With winter soon to be upon us the Police Department would like to remind residents of ordinance 14-2015 of the Snowmobile Ordinance:

Private Property

Snowmobiles shall not be operated on the property, yard, driveway, or any other portion of a village resident’s private property without the operator first obtaining permission from the property owner.  (i.e. cutting through yards)

Snowmobiles must also have a valid registration sticker, Operator must be at least 17 years old with a valid operator’s license or 12-16 years old with a snowmobile safety certificate and there must be at least ½ inch of snow to operate on the roadway.  Snowmobiles shall not be operated on a public sidewalk, parks or other village owned property, ie lagoons.  Hours of operation are 6am – 12am Sunday – Thursday and from 6am – 2am Friday and Saturday except for emergency situations or for loading and unloading from a transport trailer.

The course is offered to CPL holders only and cost $50.00. Courses will be conducted at the Barryton Conservation Club and are scheduled for Saturday September 28th and Saturday October 19th. The morning courses are 9am to 12 pm. The afternoon courses are 1pm to 4pm. The course is offered to CPL holders only and cost $50.00. Courses will be conducted at the Barryton Conservation Club and are scheduled for Saturday September 28th and Saturday October 19th. The morning courses are 9am to 12 pm. The afternoon courses are 1pm to 4pm.The Barryton Police Department would like to remind residents to call 911 when they need to file a complaint or report a crime and to report any and all suspicious activity.