Emmett Township

6:42 am
Fri October 10, 2014

Emmett Township Board Approves Body Cameras for Police

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The township's police chief says the cameras will help officers in their duties
The acquisition of body cameras were for Emmett Township public safety officers was approved Thursday by the township board. The seven-member board approved the purchase of eight of the $1,000 cameras by a unanimous vote, Township Supervisor Tim Hill said after the meeting.
7:17 am
Thu October 9, 2014

Emmett Township Police Officers Could Get Body Cameras

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Chief says after 90 day test, he will recommend purchasing eight cameras for $8,000
The Emmett Township board may vote Thursday to buy two fire trucks and be the first in Calhoun County to equip its police officers with body cameras. The township board will consider spending $1.45 million for a ladder truck and a pumper engine to replace two aging trucks.
SW Michigan
6:31 am
Fri August 15, 2014

Calhoun Police Sex Assault Case Heads to Eaton County

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Sexual assault charges against a police officer in Calhoun County's Emmett Township will be handled by a special prosecutor.

The Battle Creek Enquirer says prosecutors in Eaton County have been asked to review the case against The officer who was arrested earlier this week after Michigan State Police investigators accused him of having sex with a 14-year-old girl.

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5:33 pm
Tue June 10, 2014

Emmet Township Withdraws Request for Casino Revenue Sharing Grant

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Township had considered making request to Firekeepers Casino to help pay for sewer project
MARSHALL - The FireKeepers Local Revenue Sharing Board will no longer consider whether to pay in advance for $1.1 million in sewer upgrades after Emmett Township withdrew its request last week. Township Supervisor Tim Hill said it will instead make small improvements and ask for a reimbursement next year.
7:22 am
Fri March 14, 2014

Emmett Township Seeks $1.1-Million in Casino Funds to Fix Sewer Line

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The township says a sewer lines that in part serves FireKeepers Casino Hotel is at risk of failure
Emmett Township is seeking nearly $1.1 million in FireKeepers Casino revenue-sharing money for a planned sewer improvement, and that has others in line for casino money worried they may see smaller payments this year.