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If you suspect you might have a warrant, please call 517-543-7500, ext. 4026, during normal business hours, Monday-Friday.
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Yes, we do. There is a drop box in the lobby of the Eaton County Courthouse, 1045 Independence Blvd, in Charlotte. Medications are accepted during normal business hours Monday-Friday.
The Eaton County Sheriff's Office also has a drop box in the lobby of the Substation in Delta Township, 7708 Administration Drive (behind the Delta Township Fire Department).
Medications must be in original container. The only medications accepted are:
Unfortunately, many of us have received scam calls. If you suspect you have gotten a scam call and wish to report it, call 517-543-7500, ext. 1351 to reach Eaton County Central Dispatch. Depending on your preference, they could have an officer come to you or call you to advise you.
If you receive a scam call from someone claiming to be from the IRS, please call the IRS Inspector General at 800-366-4484.
Please note, the IRS, the Social Security Administration, and your bank will not contact you asking for money, your bank account numbers, or threaten you with arrest over the phone.
The Eaton County Sheriff's Office duty is to enforce the laws of the State of Michigan. If you wish to report concerns about potholes in your road/street or needed plowing and/or salting of your road/street, please contact the Eaton County Road Commission at 517-543-1630.
If you have an immediate safety concern about your road conditions, please call Central Dispatch at 517-543-7500, ext. 1351.
The determining of speed limits, placement of traffic lights, and signage is the responsibility of the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT). These determinations are made based on traffic pattern studies, number of accidents at a particular location, etc. The Eaton County Sheriff's Office cannot place, change, or move traffic signs or change speed limits. We are tasked with enforcing the laws of the State of Michigan.
If you have a concern about speed limits in your neighborhood, installation of a traffic light, rumble strips, etc., please contact MDOT at 517-373-2090 or email them at www.michigan.gov/MDOT and click on their Contact tab. There is an online form you can submit or their mailing address is at the bottom of the page.