CRIMEFIGHTER CORPS ACTIVITY REPORTS

CRIMEFIGHTER CORPS ACTIVITIES 7-1-05 THRU 12-31-05
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Date: 7/1/2005
Written By: Editor

7-1-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent the early evening hours patrolling his district. Along his patrol route he spent a few minutes at the Amphitheater on the Consumers Energy campus where Kung Fu Diesel was performing to a crowd of a couple hundred at the first Jackson Jam free concert of the summer season.
Afterward the Captain introduced Michigan Theatre Manager Laura Lyn Rosier-Heckeman on stage as the First Friday celebrity guest.
Later he continued his downtown patrol.


7-2-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE

CAPTAIN JACKSON
split his time downtown between volunteering at The Michigan and patrolling his district.
While patrolling around the Consumers Energy campus he stopped to enjoy some of the music being performed by the band Foreshadowed Fate. He was also asked to join them on stage and sing during their last song.


7-5-05 KID`S MOVIE SERIES AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CHRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
volunteered at the theater with 500+ children on hand to enjoy the movie Because of Winn Dixie.
During her breaks she also patrolled the downtown district and met with many of the people on the streets.


7-7-05 KID`S MOVIE SERIES

CHRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
again volunteered at the theater with 500+ children on hand to enjoy the movie Because of Winn Dixie.


7-7-05 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS, MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his patrol day by making rounds in the downtown district. Then he attended the bi-monthly Chamber of Commerce smoozing party held at the new City View Lofts condominium complex (the former Jackson Corset Company on Washington). While at the party he won a picture with three women modeling corsets produced by the company.
Afterward, he ventured to the Michigan where he was joined by both The QUEEN of HEARTS and CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL and met with Global 1 Network Broadcasting Company Executive Joe Malik. Shortly afterward, Chamber of Commerce President Susan Milhoun arrived to meet Joe and discuss a possible future G1NBCTV presence in the community.
During the day and evening, the trio of crime fighters took turns patrolling the downtown district.


7-9-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his evening volunteering at the theater, which included giving three patrons who had arrived early a tour.
During his patrols he ran into Jackson City Police Sgt. Scott Rogers and some of his friends. Later he stopped at The Office Bar where The Persuaders were performing.


7-12-05 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


7-14-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent the evening patrolling his district as well as taking a few minutes to volunteer at The Michigan Theatre.
During his many patrols, he met with a lady who is in the Armed Services and was visiting from California. She wanted her picture with the Captain and mentioned, "you have no idea popular you are in California".
The Captain also had the honor of meeting a very young boy named Thomas to whom he gave a souvenir pen, a business card and a personally autographed back of popcorn while at the Michigan.
Near the end of his evening patrol the Captain came upon a city police officer who was taking a report about vandalism to JTV vehicles.


7-16-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE


7-18-05 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


7-21-05 KID`S MOVIE SERIES

CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
spent the afternoon volunteering at The Michigan Theatre for the Kid`s Series Movie. After a break, she also volunteered for the evening presentation.


7-21-05 B.A.H. AND MICHIGAN THEATRE

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and The QUEEN of HEARTS began their evening by attending the bi-monthly Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours party held at Bella Notte. It was the Queen`s first attendance at one of these get togethers.
During the party the Captain had the opportunity to meet and talk with new County Administrator Bob Elliot.
After the celebration the duo patrolled the streets of their district and then joined CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL at the theater.


7-22-05 CRUISE NIGHT

As usual, CAPTAIN JACKSON, The QUEEN of HEARTS and CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL were out in force to assist the local authorities in the job of "keeping the peace" for the third CRUISE NIGHT event of the season.
With almost 3000 people in attendance, the worst infraction of the law was a teenager who became too aggressive with his bicycle. The QUEEN of HEARTS handled the situation successfully before the local authorities could be "on scene", and positive comments about her crime fighting techniques were made by a number of locals.
Other than that incident, CAPTAIN JACKSON reported a missing dog named "Tim" to police who kept a keen eye looking for the lost pet.
Later, CAPTAIN JACKSON and The QUEEN of HEARTS attended a concert in the parking lot of Foote Hospital`s downtown headquarters where they were honored with a "Jackson`s Superheros" song.
All in all, the evening was a very safe and "crime free" family event for all who attended.


7-23-05 ALBION ANNUAL NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PICNIC

For the fifth year in a row, members of The CRIMEFIGHTER CORPS have been honored guests of The Albion Public Safety Department sponsored appreciation picnic.
CAPTAIN JACKSON, CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL and The QUEEN of HEARTS had the opportunity to rekindle friendships with newly appointed Public Safety Chief Eric Miller along with Hazel Vandevender, Terry Sweeter, Lt. Gerald MacQueen, Mayor Bill Weaton and Council member Ron Gant, to name but a few.
The food was great and a wonderful time was had by all who attended.


7-26-05 KID`S MOVIE SERIES

CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
spent the afternoon volunteering at The Michigan Theatre for the Kid`s Movie Series.


7-27-05 REGUALR DOWNTOWN PATROL


7-28-05 KID`S MOVIE SERIES

CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
spent the afternoon volunteering at The Michigan Theatre for the Kid`s Movie Series.


7-29-05 RACEWEEK AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
was the first member of The CRIMEFIGHTER CORPS on scene around noon as city workers and race officials began setting up for the downtown evening festivities. By 5:00pm CAPTAIN JACKSON and The QUEEN of HEARTS joined her and the local police authorities as hundreds of both local citizens and visiting race fans arrived to attend this annual event.
Shortly after arriving, CAPTAIN JACKSON and The QUEEN of HEARTS were asked to assist the local Girl Scouts in welcoming up and coming Indy Racing League driver Danica Patrick who made a special appearance to speak about making her racing dreams come true, as well as sign autographs for her fans.
Throughout the evening the three crime fighters patrolled their district as well as met with many people who enjoyed this safe family event.


7-30-05 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


8-2-05 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


8-4-05 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
attended the Chamber smooze, this time held at the local main AAA office. During the Chamber event the Captain had the opportunity to have a caricature made by Lansing illustrator Dennis Preston, who also teaches at Lansing Community College.
After the get-together, the Captain patrolled his downtown district.


8-5-05 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL.

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on hand as Master of Ceremonies for the theater`s First Friday Movie presentation during which prizes are awarded. With no guest celebrity on hand, the Captain performed the presentation solo.
Once the movie began, the Captain spent the rest of the evening patrolling the downtown district, including the amphitheater where Lansing blues band Root Doctor was performing.


8-8-05 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


8-10-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE


With the murder suspect of a Walgreen`s employee on the loose, CAPTAIN JACKSON was on duty early in the afternoon. He patrolled his district and looked for anyone who fit the description of the suspect to report to the police. And while the police where also in force on the streets, the Captain is very familiar with the people who live and frequent his district.
During his period of patrol, he also spent time volunteering at The Michigan Theatre for the play Jesus Christ, Superstar.
After helping close the theater he continued his patrols, and after reporting to a couple of Jackson City Police patrol officers, he retired for the night.


8-11-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was prepared to split his evening between The Michigan and patrolling the streets in his district when he went on duty. However, earlier in the day local police authorities had told theater officials that the Walgreen`s murder suspect was believed to be in the downtown area and they were concerned for the safety of the patrons and many young people in the musical Jesus Christ, Superstar. They were informed that the Captain was volunteering that evening and that they would ask him to patrol the immediate theater area, which he gladly did.
After the cast and patrons were safely on their way, the Captain spent some time patrolling his district. During his patrol he was stopped by a State Police Cruiser at which time he was able to meet two new State Troopers. After a short conversation, all went their separate ways and the Captain continued his patrol.


8-12-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on patrol throughout the evening and made stops at local businesses as well as the amphitheater where Calling Marvin was performing.


8-14-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE

CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
spent her afternoon patrolling the downtown district and volunteering at the theater for the final performance of Jesus Christ, Superstar.


8-16-05 KID`S MOVIE SERIES

CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
spent the afternoon volunteering at The Michigan Theatre for the Kid`s Movie Series.


8-18-05 KID`S MOVIE SERIES

CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
spent the afternoon volunteering at The Michigan Theatre for the Kid`s Movie Series.


8-18-05 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS

CAPTAIN JACKSON
attended the Chamber smooze, this time held at the Midwest United Federal Credit Union on Ganson Street. Sam`s Club was also a sponsor and the Captain enjoyed their excellent meat balls---this time cooked with a light barbeque sauce.


8-18-05 PASSAGES AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

After attending the smooze, CAPTAIN JACKSON joined CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL at The Michigan theatre for Foote Hospital`s annual Passages: Girls Night Out event. With Foote Hospital`s own Jenny Wren as MC, the event drew more than 1,100 women (along with a few men) for the presentation and free movie.
During the event, the crime fighting duo took turns patrolling the downtown district to ensure the safely of both the attendees and their automobiles.


8-19-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL spent the evening patrolling the Downtown district. With the Michigan Theatre attendance down, the duo split up and made their rounds.
CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL was visited The Thunderbird Coffee house and the Captain checked out The Crazy Cowboy`s street party. While there he ran into J-Rod from 105.3 FM, whom interviewed the Captain about the dangers of drinking and driving.
Later, the crime fighting duo helped close The Michigan Theatre and continued their patrols.


8-20-05 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
began the afternoon volunteering at The Michigan Theatre, during which time she was interviewed about her crime fighting career. A few hours later CAPTAIN JACKSON joined her. As attendance was low, the Captain spent most of the evening patrolling the streets.
During one of his trips past Bella Notte, owner Annette Walker pointed out a sink hole in the street directly in front of the restaurant. The Captain contacted local police authorities who were immediately on the scene and made an emergency report to the Department of Public Works.


8-23-05 INTERVIEW

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent a few hours doing a telephone interview with "Kevlex" for the World Superhero Registry website.


8-24-05 CROP WALK MEETING AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his evening by attending the recruiting meeting for the annual CROP WALK food bank fund raiser. This is the second year the Captain has been working with this organization working on promotion.
After the meeting, the Captain patrolled the Downtown district during a very peaceful, quiet night.


8-26-05 CRUISE NIGHT AND OBSESSIONS

CAPTAIN JACKSON, CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
and The QUEEN of HEARTS were on patrol for the last CRUISE NIGHT of the summer. At the same time, The Michigan Theatre was having their second annual OBSESSIONS event in the parking lot directly behind the theater which also demanded attention from the crime fighters.
During the evening, the trio split their time between the simultaneous events and while on the streets the Captain had the opportunity to meet new Downtown Development Authority Events Director Jill Yehl. Once the car show ended, The QUEEN of HEARTS and CAPTAIN JACKSON began doing bar checks. During one such visit the Captain was attacked by an intoxicated male. Shortly afterward the suspect was arrested by City Police Officers in another drinking establishment.
After the police reports were completed, the trio continued their patrols and volunteer work at the Michigan Theatre.


8-27-05 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
began her patrol day early in the afternoon, traveling around her district and finally ending up volunteering at The Michigan Theatre.
CAPTAIN JACKS0N joined her a couple hours later spending most of his time patrolling his district.


8-30-05 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


9-1-05 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
attended the Chamber party held at Eye Services on Brown Street and Spring Arbor Road where he meet with many of his friends and fans.
From there he patrolled his district during which time he visited Bella Notte for a photo shoot with a very elderly lady celebrating her birthday. He then checked in at The Michigan Theatre to see if they needed any volunteer help.
The end of his patrol night consisted of reporting an illegal trash dumping and a report to 911 about a woman in her fifties who was passed out on a downtown bench.


9-2-05 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
split his time between the theater and the streets of his district. While doing bar checks he stopped into Bella Notte where he was photographed with a newlywed couple.


9-5-05 MDA TELETHON

For the third year in a row CAPTAIN JACKSON and The QUEEN of HEARTS participated in the annual Muscular Dystrophy Telethon held at Bella Notte. In the early afternoon the duo appeared on Channel 6 with MC Robert Dorogi during a local "cut in".
Shortly afterward, a local citizen notified the Captain about a breaking and entering at the vacant Jacobson`s building. Arriving within minutes of the crime he called 911, secured the scene and waited until City Police Officers arrived to take control.
Returning to the MDA event, the Captain greeted visiting contributors and even took his turn singing different Karaoke songs. And while his singing ability may not be the best, when he and The QUEEN of HEARTS were leaving he was asked to again sing "The Captain Jackson song".


9-8-05 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL


9-9-05 CELEBRITY PUMP 2005

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and The QUEEN of HEARTS were on hand at the West Avenue and I-94 Shell Station for the annual United Way fundraiser. While The QUEEN of HEARTS attracted patrons, the Captain pumped gas and washed windows making $55.00 in "tips" for the Katrina Disaster Hurricane fund.


9-10-05 BATTLE OF THE BANDS

CAPTAIN JACKSON, CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
and The QUEEN of HEARTS were on hand at The Michigan Theatre to volunteer for the band competition which featured 10 bands and drew hundreds of fans. Also on hand was G1NBC TV from Detroit who interviewed theater officials, a few of the bands and some of the performances.
During the concert, the trio also took turns patrolling their downtown district.


9-13-05 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


9-15-05 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND MICHIGAN THEATRE

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on hand as usual for the bi-monthly Chamber of Commerce event.
Afterward, he headed downtown to patrol his district as well as volunteer at The Michigan Theatre.


9-20-05 BUILDING COMMITTEE MEETING AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on hand for the first Michigan Theatre Building Committee held in the past few months.
Afterward, the Captain began his evening patrol. With the downtown district being somewhat quiet, he made a visit to city hall where he sat in on a city council meeting. After the meeting, he continued his patrol.


9-23-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL, MICHIGAN THEATRE AND CREEP THEATER

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his evening by patrolled his downtown district. Afterward he arrived at the Michigan Theatre where he was joined by Ron Hiveley and John Robinson for the shooting of the first show of the second season of Creep Theater.


9-24-05 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent most of the afternoon patrolling his district. Later in the afternoon he was joined at the theater by Mike Ancrile to work on an episode of The Miss Edweena Show.
After helping close the theater, the Captain continued his patrol.


9-27-05 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


9-29-05 JACKSON AMTRAK DEPOT EXPANSION PRESENTATION

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was among the many Jackson celebrities and dignitaries invited to the rail station revitalization presentation at the Amtrak Depot on Michigan Avenue. The topic was incorporating rail and bus service at the historic depot, as well as the possibility of introducing a gift shop and a restaurant in the building.
Once the meeting was over, the Captain visited The Michigan Theatre and patrolled the downtown district.


10-1-05 MICHIGAN THEATRE, DOWNTOWN PATROL AND CREEP THEATER

CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
began her day volunteering at the Michigan Theatre. Shortly afterward she was joined by CAPTAIN JACKSON who had been patrolling the downtown district. During one of his patrols he was asked to pose with a wedding party at Bella Notte. Some of the people were locals, some from the Detroit area and some from California.
Once the second showing of the movie began, the Captain worked with John Robinson, Ron Hiveley along with a few others for an episode of CREEP THEATER.


10-3-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE


10-6-05 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and The QUEEN of HEARTS attended the regular Chamber of Commerce event, this time held at The Jackson Country Club. During the event, the Captain took the stage with Salvation Army Captain George Gibbons to explain the annual Crop Walk and the need to fill the local food banks.
Among the people the couple enjoyed dinner with were Robert Dorogi, Jay Egeler, Cindy Hayden and Wendy Zaggy.
After the event, the crime fighting duo ventured downtown to patrol their district and check in at The Michigan Theatre.


10-7-05 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was at the theater to MC the monthly First Friday event. This month his "guest celebrity" was CREEP THEATER co-star (and fellow Michigan Theatre volunteer) Ron Hiveley.
While performing his other volunteer duties at the theater, a family from Ohio visited the theater. They told the Captain they had traveled to Jackson just to meet him and have their picture taken with him. According to their statement to the Captain, they had visited many downtown establishments in search of him before someone told them he "might be working at The Michigan Theatre tonight. He likes to make that his base".
Afterward, the Captain patrolled his district.


10-8-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND CREEP THEATER SHOOT

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was at The Michigan Theatre along with John Robinson and Ron Hiveley to produce an episode of CREEP THEATER.
After the taping, the Captain patrolled his district, during which time he met with a wedding party at Bella Notte where he was happy to do a photo shoot with many of the attendees.


10-9-05 CROP WALK AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on hand for the second year in a row to help kick off Jackson`s Annual CROP WALK event. Unfortunately, because of the recent hurricane disasters to our south, the money raised for local and international food banks was far short of the goal of $18,000.
After the kick off, the Captain spent the rest of the day patrolling his district.


10-11-05 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


10-13-05 MICHIGAN THEATRE, CREEP THEATER AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his evening duties by patrolling his district and volunteering at the Michigan Theatre to assist with a private Girl Scout function for approximately four hundred local and area young ladies.
Once the concessions were served and the movie began, the Captain joined Ron Hiveley and John Robinson for another shoot of CREEP THEATER. By the time the shooting was finished, the Captain helped clean and secure the theater and continued his evening downtown patrols.


10-15-05 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
worked security at the theater for The Magic of Bill Blagg III show which drew a crowd of almost four hundred people.
Later, the Captain patrolled his district.


10-17-05 G1N-JACKSON BEGINS BROADCAST TESTING

This was the date for the long awaited testing of the first Global 1 Broadcasting Network Company affiliate to begin test broadcasting. The first test program was the first show of the second season of the popular show CREEP THEATER. By the next evening, regular test broadcasts of different material were also presented.


10-18-05 BUILDING COMMITTEE MEETING AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
patrolled his district most of the afternoon. During one of his patrols, he had the opportunity to meet with Jackson County Administrator Bob Elliot. From there the Captain attended a rather long Building Committee Meeting at The Michigan Theatre.
After the meeting, he continued to patrol his district and checked doors.


10-20-05 JAXPO AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent the late afternoon patrolling his district. Later he attended the annual Chamber of Commerce JAXPO V.I.P. Expedition at the fairgrounds, which is only open to chamber members.
During the event the Captain was able to spend time with many business, celebrity and political figures, including Michigan State Senator Mark Schauer, County Commissioner Greg Wilson, Bart Hawley, Greg O`Conner and Rocky Curl.


10-22-05 TOYS FOR TOTS

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL were on hand for the annual Caldwell-Banker Archer toy raising event. Also at the event was Blackman Township`s Fire ladder truck which can reach a height of 102 feet in the air, the Columbia Township Fire Department with one of their pumper trucks and The Great Lakes Military Vehicle Society with an assortment of antique war vehicles. Even though the weather was great, the attendance was lower than in years past.


10-22-05 HAUNTED THEATRE SHOOT AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent time at The Michigan Theatre for a video shoot of The Theatre that Dripped Blood, Part XI.
Afterward, the Captain patrolled his district.


10-24-05 SCARECROW ROW

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was up early to deliver The CRIMEFIGHTER CORPS scarecrow entry to Bucky Harris Park in Downtown Jackson. This year`s entry was one of "Sluggo", a character from CREEP THEATER.
Afterward, the Captain patrolled his district.


10-26-05 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


10-28-05 CREEP THEATER AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his afternoon patrolling the downtown district. Around 6:00pm he was joined by John Robinson, Ron Hiveley and a number of "Monsters" from the Michigan Theatre`s "The Theatre That Dripped Blood, Part XI" to shoot an episode of CREEP THEATER, which is shot in the Michigan`s basement.
Later the Captain continued his downtown patrols.


10-31-05 THE WAR OF THE WORLDS BROADCAST

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and The QUEEN of HEARTS spent the evening working with G1NBC-Jackson for the internet broadcast of the 1938 radio broadcast of H.G. Wells "The War of the Worlds" with Orson Welles. It was the first scheduled broadcast from the local affiliate.


11-3-05 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and The QUEEN of HEARTS attended the bi-monthly Chamber of Commerce event, this time held at Gilbert`s Steak House. It was also a special event as it also celebrated the retirement of Baker College President Ron Griffith.
After enjoying a great dinner with County Commissioner Greg Wilson, his father Dick and a personal visit from State Senator Mark Schauer, CAPTAIN JACKSON and The QUEEN of HEARTS mingled among the crowd. Both were able to spend time with the retiring college president and The Queen enjoyed a photo op with him.


11-4-05 CREEP THEATER SHOOT AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on patrol early in the evening because of the summer like temperatures. After the "First Friday" movie at The Michigan Theatre began he started shooting episode six of the second season of the popular show CREEP THEATER. "Guest Zombies" included Steve Baxley and Joyce Rogers.
After helping close the Michigan, the Captain continued his usual patrol downtown.


11-5-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent most of the afternoon and early evening patrolling his district. During his patrols he made it a point to stop in at the theater to volunteer in case he was needed.
Even though the weather was like late summer, the downtown area was somewhat quiet.


11-9-05 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


11-11-05 CREEP THEATER AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
patrolled his downtown district during the late afternoon until he was due at The Michigan Theatre to shoot episode #7 of the popular show CREEP THEATER.
Joined by show stars John Robinson and Ron Hiveley (along with guests Steve Baxley, Don Brown and Peggy Mroczka), the show was taped and the Captain went on to see if his volunteer services were needed at the Michigan.
After helping close the theater, the Captain continued his downtown patrols.


11-12-05 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on hand to both volunteer at the theater as well as patrol his district. With the weather uncommonly warm, he made it a point to spent a couple of extra hours downtown.


11-15-05 BUILDING COMMITTEE, CITY COUNCIL MEETING AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
had a very busy evening beginning with the Building Committee Meeting at The Michigan Theatre. As the annual Lifeways presentation was going on at the same time, he found himself torn between fully attending the meeting and volunteering at the event.
Shortly afterward The Captain was due at the Jackson City Council meeting to speak about the negativity regarding a planned housing project in the downtown area in which many children might reside. As he stated at the meeting, the number one crime problem downtown is children with nothing to do and how they have been responsible for tens of thousands of dollars of vandalism to both city and personal property.
After the meeting he patrolled his district, occasionally stopping in at the Michigan to see if his services were needed. Once he helped close the theater, he continued his patrol until late in the evening.


11-16-05 NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH MEETING

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and The QUEEN of HEARTS were the honored guest speakers at the monthly Abbey Villa Apartments neighborhood watch group. The duo spoke to the group about Christmas shopping safety, identity theft and home security. Also in attendance at the meeting was Jackson City Police Officer Marty Herr who works patrol in the area.
After the presentation, dinner was served.


11-17-05 CROP WALK MEETING

CAPTAIN JACKSON
attended the wrap up meeting for the annual Crop Walk food raising event. Even though the amount raised was not as high as was hoped, the final tally was almost that of the previous years`.


11-18-05 DOWNTOWN CHRISTMAS PARADE

CAPTAIN JACKSON, CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
and The QUEEN of HEARTS were again on hand at the annual parade. This year, instead of working the sidewalks and ending the parade with the police, they took part and walked the route during the event.
After the crowd had dispersed, the trio relaxed at the First Methodist Church where cookies and hot chocolate were being served.


11-19-05 QUIET RIOT CONCERT

CAPTAIN JACKSON, CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
and The QUEEN of HEARTS where among the many volunteers at The Michigan Theatre to help make the concert a success. Local band The Town House Cronies opened for Quiet Riot.
The Captain ran security while The QUEEN of HEARTS greeted patrons at the door. CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL and her friend Phil Dye were kept busy escorting people to their seats in the balcony.
After the show, the band members greeted their many fans and signed autographs in the lobby.


11-21-05 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


11-23-05 JACKYL CONCERT

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on duty to volunteer at The Michigan Theatre during the concert which included the local band Blackened Earth.
During and after the concert, the Captain spent time on the streets patrolling his district.


11-25-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE

CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
began her day early by volunteering for the theater`s all day kid`s movie fest.
Later she was joined by CAPTAIN JACKSON who was also there to volunteer as well as shoot an episode of The Miss Edweena Show.
During their long day of volunteering, the duo took turns patrolling their district.


11-26-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent the late afternoon and early evening patrolling the downtown area and was later joined by the cast of CREEP THEATER for an episode shoot.


11-28-05 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


12-1-05 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS

CAPTAIN JACKSON
attended the last Chamber of Commerce event of the season, which was held at Good Earth Reality. While there, the Captain ran into many regular attendees including City Councilman Dan Greer whom thanked him for addressing the City Council in November regarding the possible crime problem with children living and playing downtown.
12-2-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE


12-3-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL, MICHIGAN THEATRE AND G1NBC MEETING

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and The QUEEN of HEARTS were joined by John Robinson, Ron Hiveley, Mike Ancrile, Steve Baxley and Jay Egeler for a special Christmas episode of CREEP THEATER. During the taping G1NBC Exec Joe Malik joined the ensemble cast to see how the show was produced.
After the shoot, everyone went to Bella Notte for a business meeting and dinner.


12-6-05 GRAND OPENING APPEARANCE

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was one of Jackson`s "Who`s-Who" who attended the Grand Opening of All Play & No Work, an electronic gaming business. In addition to computer and video games, it also features "The Bon Ton Room" which can be used for parties and theater shows. The business is owned by ex-Michigan Theatre Manager George Davis and his family and promises to bring a new venue of entertainment to the community.


12-10-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent most of the afternoon patrolling his district. Later he took time at the Michigan Theatre to shoot an episode of CREEP THEATER.


12-12-05 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


12-14-05 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


12-18-05 CREEP THEATER SHOOT AND NO PLAY ALL WORK

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was joined by show regulars for a shoot at the Michigan. Afterward, they all assembled at ALL PLAY AND NO WORK for a business meeting with owners George and Matt Davis.


12-22-05 WKHM INTERVIEW

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent the morning doing an interview with Marc Daly and answering phone in questions from the public regarding his crime fighting in Jackson.


12-28-05 DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent the warm foggy evening patrolling the downtown district. During his patrol he ran into many downtown residents and business owners who praised him and The CRIMEFIGHTER CORPS for their diligent work in the area.


12-31-05 CREEP THEATER SHOOT AND PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
joined cast regulars for a shoot at The Michigan Theatre. Afterward he patrolled the streets of his downtown district.


12-31-05 EVE ON THE AVE

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL joined the local police authorities in patrolling the downtown district to make sure the 10th annual New Year`s Eve event was safe and crime free for all who attended. During their patrol, many citizens stopped and personally thanked the Captain for The CRIMEFIGHTER CORPS` six years of hard work and involvement in the community.


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