CRIMEFIGHTER CORPS ACTIVITY REPORTS

CRIMEFIGHTER CORPS ACTIVITIES 1-1-06 THRU 6-30-06
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Date: 1/1/2006
Written By: Editor

1-2-06 BOOK INTERVIEW

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent the evening being interviewed by Linda Godfrey for a Barnes & Noble Publishing book called "Weird Michigan, Your Travel Guide to Michigan`s Legends and Best Kept Secrets". He, and The CRIMEFIGHTER CORPS are to be mentioned in the "Local Notables" chapter.


1-3-06 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


1-5-06 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS, ALL PLAY AND NO WORK AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his evening by attending the first Chamber event of the new year which was held at New Horizons Tour & Travel.
Afterward, he stopped in at All Play and No Work to discuss G1NBC-Jackson business.
From there he headed downtown for his regular patrol. While checking downtown businesses he discovered an open garage door and reported it to the city police.


1-9-06 CREEP THEATER AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
joined the other cast members of the popular TV show for a shoot at The Michigan Theatre. Afterward he patrolled his downtown district.

1-12-06 DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
especially enjoyed his extended patrol in the downtown district due to the well above normal temperatures. Though the downtown area was bustling with activity, it turned out to be an uneventful, crime free evening for the Captain.


1-14-06 GLOBAL 1 NETWORK EVENT AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and The QUEEN of HEARTS spent a very long day at the Book Tower building in downtown Detroit for the first organized G1NBC "call for talent" audition at which over seventy very talented actors, musicians and comedians appeared. G1NBC-Jackson talent Mike Ancrile and Steve Baxley also make the trip to give the G1NBC execs a sample of what they are doing on the Jackson Affiliate Channel.
Though it was early evening when the crime fighting duo returned to Jackson, they still made a point of doing a quick patrol of their downtown jurisdiction.


1-16-06 CREEP THEATER AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on hand at The Michigan Theatre to shoot episode 14 of the second season of the popular show. After the shoot he helped close the theater.
From there, he patrolled the downtown district. During that time he reported an intoxicant to the authorities who was swearing at passing cars and citizens. Moments later he encountered the man as he was being detained by City Police. He gave them his report and continued his patrol.


1-17-06 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on hand for the monthly Building Committee Meeting at the theater. After the meeting he patrolled his district.


1-19-06 TV SHOW INTERVIEW AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
visited RK Studios for a guest appearance on the local TV show THE DAILY FIX with Sue Fracker. For more information about the program visit the website of Sue Fracker.
After the program taping, the Captain returned to the downtown district to perform his usual evening of patrol duties.


1-21-06 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


1-23-06 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND CREEP THEATER SHOOT

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was at The Michigan Theatre for the weekly shoot of the very popular CREEP THEATER horror show which is aired on both COMCAST CH 19 (in Jackson and Blackman Township) on Friday nights at 10:00pm, as well at on G1NBC-Jackson on a regular basis.
After shooting the program, CAPTAIN JACKSON patrolled his downtown district.


1-25-06 REGULAR DOWTOWN PATROL


1-28-06 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


1-30-06 CREEP THEATER AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on hand for the weekly shoot of the popular TV show. Afterward, he patrolled his district.


2-2-06 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his evening enjoying the bi-monthly Chamber of Commerce event at Aspen Cooling & Heating. While there he had the opportunity to spend time with such friends as Jackson Fire Chief Larry Bosell, Jackson City Councilman Dan Greer and local comedian Sue Fracker, to name but a few.
After the party the Captain headed downtown for his usual patrol. While checking locks on local businesses, a man from Connecticut named Steve came out of Daryl`s Downtown. He told the Captain how he had heard about his mission and that it was an honor to meet him.
While patrolling the parking lot behind Daryl`s, CAPTAIN JACKSON heard the sound of glass breaking. A moment later he noticed two young men leaving the scene of vandalism to a nearby building. He immediately called 911, and within minutes the Jackson City Police had the suspects detained. Moments later, the police had the Captain identify the suspects and make his report. The Captain then finished his patrol checking locks.


2-4-06 MISS EDWEENA SHOW AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his afternoon by working with Mike Ancrile on a couple of episodes of Miss Edweena Show, which is taped at The Michigan Theatre. The two guests for the episodes were Mike from Pigmentz Tatoo and J-Rod from Q105.3 radio station.
After the shoot the Captain patrolled his district.


2-6-06 CREEP THEATER AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent time at The Michigan Theatre shooting an episode of CREEP THEATER.
After the shoot, The Captain patrolled his district. Because the weather was bad he was able to secure his district early.


2-8-06 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


2-11-06 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was joined by The Miss Edweena Show star Mike Ancrile for a shoot of another episode at the theater.
After the shoot, the Captain split his time restoring signs in the theater and patrolling his downtown district.


2-12-06 CHILI COOK-OFF

CAPTAIN JACKSON, CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL
and The QUEEN of HEARTS attended the 20th Annual event at Jackson Community College. While there the trio had the chance to meet with many of their friends and fans, as well as enjoy the many varieties of chili.


2-13-06 CREEP THEATER AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his evening shooting an episode of CREEP THEATER at the Michigan Theater. Afterward, he patrolled the downtown district.


2-16-06 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
attended the Chamber party held at Christoff and Sons floor covering store on Elm Street. After the party he headed downtown and enjoyed an evening of patrol.


2-18-06 THE MISS EDWEENA SHOW AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent the early afternoon working with Mike Ancrile on an episode of the popular internet show. On the shooting was over, the Captain began an evening of downtown patrol.


2-20-06 THE MISS EDWEENA SHOW AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent the early afternoon working with Mike Ancrile on an episode of the popular internet show. On the shooting was over, the Captain began an evening of downtown patrol.


2-21-06 BUILDING COMMITTEE MEETING

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on hand for a very long meeting at the Michigan. During the meeting, he presented the board with a reproduction of an exit sign he had cast in plastic.
After the meeting the Captain patrolled his district.


2-23-06 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


2-27-06 THE MISS EDWEENA SHOW AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and Mike Ancrile were joined by Window Doctor and musician Jay Egeler for an episode of the show.
Later, the captain patrolled his district.


3-2-06 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on hand to attend the Chamber of Commerce event, this time held at The Jackson Citizen Patriot. While guests were given tours of the facility to see the workings of the day to day operations, the Captain was more interested in viewing the "Yellow" paper used to print many of the editorially one sided stories (according to some local officials).
After the get together, the Captain patrolled his district, greeting locals and checking the door locks of closed businesses.


3-4-06 CREEP THEATER AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on hand to shoot another episode of CREEP THEATER as well as patrol his district.


3-6-06 LIONS CLUB MEETING AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
felt honored to address the Michigan Center Lion`s Club kid`s group where he addressed everything from contributing to society to the subjects of drugs and alcohol use.
After the meeting the Captain patrolled the downtown district.


3-8-06 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


3-10-06 CREEP THEATER AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his evening making rounds in the downtown district. With the warmer weather on hand, his first encounter was a panhandler who was accosting patrons of the downtown eateries. The Captain explained to the panhandler that what he was doing was illegal and that the District Attorney`s office will prosecute such activities, resulting in the man leaving the area immediately.
Then it was time for the Captain to work on the shooting of another episode of the popular cable TV Show CREEP THEATER.
Afterward he continued his downtown patrol, part of which included a quick stop at The Thunderbird Coffeehouse where Joyce Rogers was one of the singers.


3-11-06 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND THE MISS EDWEENA SHOW

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and The QUEEN of HEARTS were on hand at The Michigan Theatre for a double episode shoot of THE MISS EDWEENA SHOW, which may be seen on G1NBC-Jackson a couple of days a week.
During the long day of shooting, the Captain made it a point to take his breaks patrolling his district. During one such patrol he was invited into Daryl`s Downtown to help celebrate a local citizen`s retirement party.


3-12-06 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


3-14-06 BUILDING COMMITTEE MEETING AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
attended the monthly meeting at The MIchigan Theatre as well as patrolled his district.


3-16-06 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
attended the Chamber event held at the Girl Scout Center in Vandercook Lake. Afterward he traveled to downtown Jackson and patrolled his district.


3-18-06 MISS EDWEENA SHOW AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his afternoon by patrolling the downtown district.
Later, he was joined by Mike Ancrile and Steve Baxley at The Michigan Theatre for a shoot of THE MISS EDWEENA SHOW which can be seen on G1NBC-Jackson (check program schedule for times and dates).
After the shoot he continued his downtown patrol.


3-20-06 CREEP THEATER AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
worked on popular TV show at the Michigan.
Before and after the shoot he patrolled his district.


3-23-06 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his evening by attending the third Chamber of Commerce party of the month held at the new branch of the National City bank. While enjoying the food and great company, he was the lucky winner of a $50 VISA gift card.
After the get together, The Captain headed downtown for his evening patrol. As he passed the rear of the Hayes Hotel he encountered a "K-9" sheriff deputy from Washtenaw County. The Captain then entered the building with the deputy to meet other K-9 deputies from outstate counties including Lenawee and Monroe who were in the building to practice "search" techniques with their dogs.
He then continued his patrol, checking business doors and parking lots.


3-25-06 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his afternoon at the theater working on "exit" sign repair. The theater had recieved needed brass sign frames, which the Captain had restored. He was there to install them.
During his volunteer work, he took a break to meet with a group of Jackson High School students who wanted to interview him about his crime fighting work as well as his impact on the downtown economic for their AP Economics class. He spent about an hour with the students, who videotaped the interview, and took them on patrol to give them an idea of what his patrol duties were all about.
Afterward, the Captain completed his work at the theater and spent the next couple of hours patrolling the downtown district.


3-27-06 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on hand at the Michigan Theatre to assist in any way that he could. During this time, he also patrolled his downtown district to help the local police in keeping it the most crime free district in the community.


3-29-06 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


3-31-06 CREEP THEATER AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
worked with CREEP THEATER Stars John Robinson, Ron Hiveley, Joyce Rogers and guest Mike Ancrile on an episode of the popular TV Show at the Michigan Theatre.
After the shooting, the Captain made his patrol rounds in downtown Jackson.


4-2-06 THE MISS EDWEENA SHOW AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL began their afternoon by patrolling the downtown district. Shorty afterward, the Captain began working at The Michigan Theatre on a couple of episodes of the popular IPTV Show, one of which included CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL!
After their work at the Michigan, the crime fighting duo continued their patrols.


4-3-06 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on hand at the theater to help in any way that he could and do volunteer work on the "EXIT" signs.
During, and after, his volunteer work he patrolled his district.


4-6-06 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his afternoon by spending some time in the downtown district.
Around 5:00pm, he made his regular appearance at the Chamber of Commerce bi-monthly event, this time held at Orthopaedic Rehab Specialists at the corner of Robinson and McCain roads. Among the many people he met with was County Commissioner Greg Wilson, who has been recovering from surgery and asked the Captain that he be mentioned in this report.
After the get together, the Captain returned downtown where he spent a few more hours patrolling his district.


4-7-06 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent time patrolling the downtown area as well as working at the Michigan Theatre where he was continuing his restoration work.


4-8-06 DOWNTOWN PATROL, VOLUNTEER WORK AND SPECIAL APPEARANCE

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his full day working on the antique sign frames at The Michigan Theatre, during which time he patrolled his district.
Later he made a special appearance at Bella Notte to help celebrate the 25th wedding anniversary of Ken Lewis, a friend and fan from Ohio whom had brought his wife to meet the Captain.
Afterward the Captain continued his downtown patrol.


4-10-06 CREEP THEATER AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
made his usual appearance at the Michigan Theatre to shoot another episode of the popular cable TV show.
After the shoot he patrolled his district.


4-11-06 DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent much of the late afternoon patrolling his district and helping at The Michigan Theatre for some restoration work.
The Captain also attended the Jackson City Council meeting at city hall.
After the meeting he continued his patrol.


4-13-06 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was at the theater to help get the movie going before working on many of the antiques which need restoration.
During the evening he also patrolled the downtown district.


4-15-06 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
joined fellow Michigan Theatre volunteers Carroll Bush and Ron Hiveley for an afternoon of maintenance work. While Carroll and Ron worked to replaced burnt out light bulbs on the marque, the Captain continued working on EXIT sign repair.
Once the work was complete, the Captain spent the rest of the afternoon patrolling his district. During that time a family from Ypsilanti stopped to meet him, stating they had made the trip to Jackson for just that purpose.


4-17-06 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL


4-20-06 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and The QUEEN of HEARTS began their evening patrolling their downtown district. During that time they ran into WKHM radio personality Marc Daily who was doing a "live remote" in Bucky Harris Park. The crime fighting duo were there in time to be interviewed for the end of Marc`s show. After the radio interview, they attended the Chamber get together held at Belle Notte..
During the event, the duo had the opportunity to spent time with many friends and fans including State Rep Rick Baxter and State Senator Mark Schaurer.
After the event the two spent time greeting locals and patrolling their district.


4-22-06 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


4-24-06 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL


4-26-06 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


4-28-06 AWARE SHELTER MARCH, MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his long evening by attending the annual AWARE SHELTER march which started at Bucky Harris Park, proceeded around the downtown loop, and ended at the JSO building where a presentation about sexual abuse was given. During the march, the Captain helped with traffic control as the attendees crossed major road crossings.
After the march and presentation, the Captain worked at the Michigan Theatre where he volunteered as well as continued his ongoing restoration work.
Later he continued his patrol work in the downtown area.


5-1-06 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on hand to continue his work at the theater as well as patrol his district.


5-4-06 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS, CROP WALK AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his evening by attending the bi-monthly Chamber event, this time held at Arbor Hills Country Club and sponsored by Fifth/Third Bank.
After the "smoozing" event, he attended the annual Greater Jackson Crop Walk organization meeting. This is the third year the Captain has been working with this local food drive program and handles Public Relations.
After the meeting the Captain make his usual patrol rounds downtown.


5-7-06 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


5-9-06 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his late afternoon duties by patrolling his district. Shortly after 5:00pm he ventured to The Michigan Theatre to attend the monthly Building Committee Meeting. During the meeting the Captain reported on his theater restoration progress, as well as his plans for the continuation of such projects.
After the meeting, he and other committee members spent time on different projects, such as re-bulbing the marquee and removing unused plumbing pipe from the front basement.
During that time the Captain took breaks to check local business doors and had the chance to meet with some of the locals, one of which was downtown resident and local celebrity Bart Hawley who was walking his family dog Buddy.
After the volunteer work was done at the Michigan, the Captain made a final round of his district.


5-12-06 CREEP THEATER AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his evening at The Michigan Theatre with show regulars John Robinson, Ron Hiveley, Joyce Rogers and Steve Baxley to shoot an episode of the very popular Friday night program.
During the taping, the set was visited by Vic McDermott, local music celebrity and member of the popular band The Jacktown Hustlers. He made a guest appearance on the show and sang a couple of songs.
After the taping, The Captain patrolled his district meeting many of the local citizenry and had his picture taken with a number of visiting people.


5-16-06 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


5-18-06 NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION WEEK AND BUSINESS AFTER HOURS

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began the day by attending the annual National Transportation Week celebration at the Jackson Transit Station in downtown Jackson. Along with regulars Lucille and Walt Wrozek, Dave Vassal and special guest Mr. Party, the Captain visited with and entertained the many children and regular patrons at the station.
After the event, the Captain visited Grammer`s Chocolate, as well as The Jaxon Pizza Factory.
Later, the Captain attended the Chamber smoozing party held at Davies` Banquet Center. In addition to the regular event, there was also a business expo going on at which he was able to secure many free give-a-ways.


5-20-06 FLOWER PLANTING AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL were downtown early to attending the annual flower planting event. This year their planter is #44, at the corner of Courtland and Blackstone.
After the planting was completed, the duo stopped at The Michigan Theatre for a while, and then patrolled their downtown district.


5-22-06 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


5-25-06 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and The QUEEN of HEARTS attended a special Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours held in the Champion Club at Michigan International Speedway. This is part of the new enclosed complex located high above the start/finish line.
Although the attendance was down compared to other such "smoozing" events, the crime fighting duo enjoyed the excellent food catered by Americrown as well as the company of the many other Chamber members.


5-26-06 CRUISE NIGHT

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL joined local Police authorities to help make the first major downtown event of the season safe and crime free.
Although the DDA had cancelled the event due to rain only ten minutes before it was supposed to begin, the rain quickly passed and the downtown was filled with antique cars and hundreds of people well into the night.


5-29-06 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


6-1-06 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
attended the Chamber party held at 20/20 Communications on West Avenue. While attendance was down compared to most such events, the Captain kept busy "smoozing" and posing for photos with passersby who saw him in the parking lot in front of the business.
After the event the Captain headed downtown for a couple hours of patrol.


6-2-06 CREEP THEATER AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his evening of patrol by making his rounds in the downtown district.
A couple hours later he met with fellow CREEP THEATER cast members at The Michigan Theatre for the shooting of the final episode of the second season. During breaks in the shoot the Captain made his street rounds and had his photo taken by (and with) many fans.
After the show taping was finished and the Michigan closed, the Captain continued his patrols downtown. During that time he met with a number of teenage girls outside The Thunderbird Coffeehouse who wished to have their pictures taken with him as well.
After making certain all closed businesses where secure, the Captain finished his patrol and retired for the evening.


6-3-06 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND BLUES FESTIVAL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his day patrolling the downtown district. During the patrol he stopped in at The Michigan Theatre, as well as The Toy House for their Re-Grand Opening celebration.
After making certain his district was secure, he headed to the Jackson County Airport to both patrol and enjoy a few hours of the annual Blues Festival. During his time there he was asked to dance with a couple of teenage girls and spend time with a few fans.


6-4-06 ROSE PARADE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
and The QUEEN of HEARTS were on hand to participate in the annual parade. After working the crowd, the duo walked the parade route to close the event.
After the parade, CAPTAIN JACKSON patrolled the downtown district.


6-8-06 DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent the evening patrolling his district, as well as spending time at The Michigan Theatre. During his time at the theater he worked on a special episode of The Miss Edweena Show.


6-9-06 WHEELS OF THUNDER

CAPTAIN JACKSON
was on hand downtown to work with the local authorities to help make this event a safe one for everyone. In it`s third year, the first day of this annual 2 day event was enjoyed by all who attended.


6-10-06 WHEELS OF THUNDER

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent a long afternoon and late evening working on the streets and at The Michigan Theatre for the second day of the annual event.


6-13-06 BUILDING COMMITTEE MEETING

CAPTAIN JACKSON
attended the monthly meeting at the Michigan Theatre. After the meeting the Captain joined other members of the committee to work on restoration projects. He also spent some time patrolling his district.


6-15-06 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS

The Captain attended the bi-monthly Chamber of Commerce event held at Brookstone Development in Summit Township.
After the "schmooze", he headed downtown to patrol his district.


6-17-06 JUNETEENTH, MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
began his long day by checking out the activities at the JUNETEENTH festival which was held at the downtown Amphitheater. Because of the heat, few people were in attendance at that time. From there he went to the Michigan Theatre to help with restoration.
Around 4:00pm, the Captain met with Stephanie Schneider along with her friend Justin. She was in town to do an interview with the Captain for Real Detroit Weekly magazine. After the interview and a tour of the Michigan, the Captain gave the couple a tour of the downtown district he patrols.
Afterward, the Captain continued to volunteer at the theatre as well as patrol his district which included return visits to the festival location.


6-20-06 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


6-23-06 CRUISE NIGHT

CAPTAIN JACKSON
arrived downtown mid-afternoon and began his day of patrol by making his usual rounds. During a visit to the Chamber of Commerce office he ran into Jackson County Supervisor Bob Elliot who was checking out the roofs of county owned buildings from the eleventh floor. From there he headed to The Michigan Theatre to perform some restoration work on the basement door.
As people started to arrive downtown for the car show, the Captain began his street patrols. Shortly afterward he was joined by The QUEEN of HEARTS. One of their first "duties" was to check out the "Taste of Jackson" tent which offered sample food from area restaurants. The QUEEN of HEARTS enjoyed prime rib, bread and chocolate cake while the Captain imbibed in a very delicious pasty with ketchup.
The crime fighting duo spent the rest of the evening patrolling their district and meeting with many of the 2000 plus people who attended.


6-24-06 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL

CAPTAIN JACKSON
spent a long day downtown. As it was very quiet, he joined fellow Michigan Theatre restoration volunteers Carroll Bush, John Guidinger and Ron Hiveley. While the others worked on the marquee, the Captain completed paint details on another "reproduction" EXIT sign (these are EXACT plastic translucent copies of the original 1930`s cast glass signs the Captain made himself).
While waiting for paint to dry, the Captain made his usual patrols. During one such venture he spent time with two City Police Officers who were also on "foot patrol" on the streets. After discussing some of their mutual criminal concerns in the area, the Captain continued both his patrols and volunteer work.


6-28-06 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL


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