Posts Tagged ‘ shelby police department ’

Shelby hires Farber as chief.

December 10, 2018

Shelby hires Farber as chief. By Allison Scarbrough, Editor. SHELBY – The Shelby Village Council voted unanimously Monday evening, Dec. 10, to hire retired Oceana County Sheriff Robert Farber as the village’s police chief. Farber, who has been interim chief since the resignation of Ryan Furman Oct. 31, agreed to serve as part-time chief for a maximum of two years.…

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Shelby police chief resigns.

October 31, 2018

Shelby police chief resigns. #OceanaCountyNews By Allison Scarbrough, Editor. SHELBY – Less than a year after being hired, Shelby Police Chief Ryan Furman resigned from the job Tuesday evening, Oct. 30. The Shelby Village Council voted 6-0 to accept Furman’s resignation effective immediately, said Village Administrator Rob Widigan. Retired Oceana County Sheriff Bob Farber was authorized to fill in as…

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SPD program provides backpacks, supplies for students.

September 6, 2018

SPD program provides backpacks, supplies for students. #ProjectBacktoSchool SHELBY — As the 2018-19 school year kicked off Tuesday Sept. 4, students at Shelby Public Schools got a special incentive to succeed academically from the Shelby Police Department. Thanks to a new SPD program, called #ProjectBacktoSchool, four students won fully-stocked backpacks, and the schools received supplies through community donations.

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Manhunt underway in Shelby.

August 27, 2018

Manhunt underway in Shelby. #OceanaCountyCrime SHELBY — Police are actively searching for a man who escaped police custody while at Mercy Health Lakeshore Campus Sunday night, Aug. 26, according to a Shelby Police Department Facebook post. “Since approxImately 8:30 p.m. (Sunday), all local agencies are actively looking for a 30-year-old white male, approximately 5’ 6” 170 pounds, long hair with…

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Furman sworn in as chief.

December 28, 2017

Furman sworn in as chief. #OceanaCountyNews SHELBY — Ryan Furman was officially sworn in as the new Shelby police chief during the Shelby Village Council meeting Wednesday evening, Dec. 27. The council voted unanimously earlier this month to offer the police chief position to Furman, who was a part-time Shelby officer and a full-time officer for the Little River Band…

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