CRIMEFIGHTER CORPS ACTIVITY REPORTS
|CRIMEFIGHTER CORPS ACTIVITIES 7-1-07 THRU 12-31-07
Date: 7/1/2007 10:06:00 PM
Written By: Editor7-3-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON patrolled his district as well as spent time at The Michigan Theatre where he finished his restoration work on the Chandelier he had been working on for the past several months.
7-4-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
7-5-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
7-7-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON spent time downtown both volunteering at the theater as well as patrolling the "most Crime Free" district in the entire city of Jackson.
7-10-07 BUILDING COMMITTEE MEETING AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON attended the monthly meeting at the Michigan where he took credit for completing his work on the antique plated chandelier (which is to be placed opposite the concession stand), as well as other work around the theater.
After the meeting, the Captain spent time both patrolling his district as well as helping around the theater.
7-12-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
7-13-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON volunteered at the theater as well as patrolled this district. During one of his patrols he spent time at the amphitheater and enjoyed the local "Teen Idol" contest.
7-14-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
7-17-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON was downtown for "Building Committee Volunteer Day", as well as to patrol his basically "Crime Free" district. During his work at the theater, he painted certain sections with "caution yellow" to help keep the theater "up to date" with safety regulations.
7-19-09 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS
CAPTAIN JACKSON attended the first Chamber event of the month which was held at Jackson Community College`s Potter Center. It was held to celebrate the beginning of the annual Michigan Shakespeare Festival.
7-21-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON spent most of the afternoon and early evening downtown to make certain his district remained the most "crime-free" in the entire county, as well as perform volunteer work at the theater.
During one of his patrols he encountered friend and fan James Clark who has become involved with the BRINOS---Bridge to Recovery AND Self-Determination organization.
7-24-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON began his evening by running into Jackson County Commissioner Todd Brittain. As the Captain arrived early for Building Committee Volunteer Day, and Todd has some time before the bi-monthly County Commission meeting, he gave Todd a complete tour of the theater---from the blower room to the roof!
As the Captain`s tasks for the evening were slight, he spent time patrolling his district. After the county Commission Meeting, the Captain again ran into Todd Brittain, who invited him to Bella Notte for a soda. While the Captain didn`t stay long, he was able to spend time with Todd, as well as his fellow commissioners Phil Duckham, Earl Poleski, Dave Elwell and Cliff Herl.
After his visit, the Captain returned to his patrol duties, as well as his volunteer work at the theater.
7-26-07 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS
The Captain made his appearance at downtown`s Commonwelth Comerce Center. After the party he patrolled his downtown district.
7-31-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON was on hand with fellow Building Committee members for "work night".
During his time downtown he make a special visit to Daryl`s Downtown to meet with visiting out-of-town executives of CTX Mortgage Company, which has a local downtown branch at the corner of Cortland and Blackstone. Also there were branch employees Craig Talbert and his assistant Kelly McKelvey.
After the meeting, along with greetings from many local fans, the Captain continued his volunteer work at the theater as well as his downtown patrols.
8-2-07 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS
CAPTAIN JACKSON joined fellow JAXPO members Nancy Bushong and Bob Dorogi at the Cascades Manor House for the first Chamber of Commerce party of the month. It was being held by the R. J. Michaels group, which also publishes Jackson Magazine.
After the party the Captain headed downtown for a quick patrol.
8-3-07 CRUISE NIGHT---RACE WEEK
CAPTAIN JACKSON began his downtown patrol early in the afternoon to work with the local police to help keep this (possibly the last) dual event a crime free family event.
Unfortunately, early in the evening the Captain was asked by a local citizen to procure a policeman and investigate a woman who was sleeping in the parking lot of KUHL`S Market. The Captain located City Police Officer Dave Renteria to handle the investigation. After a few minutes, the woman finally woke up. As she had been drinking, Officer Renteria decided to detain her until Fire Rescue could check her out. Once she was tested, she was released and left the area.
The Captain continued his patrol work, occasionally stopping at the Michigan Theatre to see if they needed any volunteer assistance. After helping close the theater, the Captain continued his work until most people had left the downtown for the evening. At that time he headed out himself.
On his way home, the Captain noticed a person driving erratically. He called 911 and followed the vehicle into Blackman Township until officers arrived to take over the pursuit.
8-4-07 RACE WEEK
The Captain arrived downtown early in the afternoon for the remainder of the downtown Race Week events. As the majority of the festivities over by mid-afternoon, the Captain spent some time at The Michigan Theatre.
Around 6:00pm a downtown parade was held for the 107th Quartermaster Battalion which is stationed in Jackson and was returning from Iraq. During the parade, the buses carrying the soldiers slowed so many of the occupants could photograph the Captain as he saluted them.
8-7-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON joined fellow Building Committee members for restoration work, as well as downtown patrols. As it was raining from time to time, the Captain`s tasks were cut short.
8-9-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
8-11-07 THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW
Even though the movie was made in 1974, it`s "Cult Status" has done nothing but climb, with audience participation growing even greater.
Local theater personality John Roland brought the movie back to the Michigan Theatre, along with a "shadow cast" of actors who portrayed the various lead roles.
CAPTAIN JACKSON was initially asked to coordinate security for the event. John also asked asked the Captain to take on the part of the Criminologist "No Neck" (portrayed by British actor Charles Grey in the movie). The Captain was only too happy to comply.
While John, as well as theater personnel, were hoping for at least 125 people to attend, over 260 paid to see the event. Therefore, it was decided to continue the show.
After helping close the theater, the Captain made his rounds of the downtown district.
8-14-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON met with fellow Building Committee head Carroll Bush to do some paint work around The Michigan Theatre. As there was a "Producers Club" meeting going on at the time, the Captain was able to complete his door checks early, leaving him and Carroll plenty of time to finish their planned tasks once the meeting was over.
8-16-07 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND CROP WALK MEETING
The Captain began his evening enjoying friends and food at the Chamber party held at Eye Services on Brown Street. After the party he attended the recruitment meeting for CROP WALK.
2nd WARD BLOCK PARTY AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON was the honored guest at a block party held at the Northeast Missionary Church on Virginia street. Also in attendance was 2nd ward city councilman Dan Greer and city police officer Mathew Beard.
During the party the Captain enjoyed food and the company of many of the locals, as well as talked to a number of people about neighborhood watch.
After the party, the Captain went downtown to both volunteer at the Michigan Theatre as well as patrol his district.
8-21-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON was downtown for "Building Committee Volunteer Day", as well as to patrol his basically "Crime Free" district.
9-23-07 JAXPO MEETING AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
The Captain attended the lunchtime Jaxpo meeting at the Chamber office. Afterward, and later that same evening, he patrolled his downtown district.
9-24-07 CRUISE NIGHT
Even though a severe storm had passed through the area only an hour earlier, the fourth car show event of the season was not cancelled. CAPTAIN JACKSON and CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL were on hand to work with the local police authorities to make certain the event was crime free.
9-25-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL arrived downtown early in the day to perform her duties on the streets of downtown Jackson.
Later in the afternoon, CAPTAIN JACKSON arrived to join her.
During their long day, the duo took a break to have a late lunch at Veach`s Office Bar. After the break, they continued their patrols as well as help as volunteers at The Michigan Theatre.
8-28-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON was downtown for "Building Committee Volunteer Day", as well as to patrol his basically "Crime Free" district.
During his volunteer work, a couple from the west coast of Michigan and their friend met up with the Captain for a tour of the theater as well as an opportunity to have him autograph their copies of the book "Weird Michigan", in which The CRIMEFIGHTER CORPS was mentioned.
8-30-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
9-1-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON spent most of the afternoon performing restoration work at the theater and patrolling his district.
9-4-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON was downtown for "Building Committee Volunteer Day", as well as to patrol his district.
9-6-07 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON attended the Chamber of Commerce party which was held at the insurance company The Walton Agency.
After the party, the Captain spent a couple of hours patrolling his downtown district as well as talking to local citizens who again thanked him and The CRIMEFIGHTER CORPS for working with the police and locals to make the downtown district the "safest and most crime free" in the entire county.
9-7-07 DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON had been downtown for a couple of hours performing his usual patrol duties when he encountered out-of- town photographer Kent Miller. It turned out he was an author and in town to work with the Jackson Citizen Patriot to take photos and help write their book about a twenty four hour day in Jackson.
Once Kent was educated about the local paper`s treatment of the Captain, the pair went to the roof of the Michigan for a shoot of the Captain, as well as the downtown area. Afterward, the Captain pointed Kent toward a couple locations downtown to possibly include in the book.
9-11-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON joined fellow Building Committee members for restoration work, as well as downtown patrols.
9-13-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
9-16-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON was on hand at the Michigan Theatre for the second Texas Hold `em competition. As this consisted of slow, continuous poker playing by over sixty participants, the Captain had plenty of time to both work on minor restoration projects as well as patrol his district.
9-18-07 JAXPO MEETING, THEATER RESTORATION AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACAKSON began his day by attending the Chamber of Commerce JAXPO meeting. After a couple hour break he began his patrols. During that time he made regular stops at the Michigan Theatre to work on restoration projects.
9-20-07 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS, DOWNTOWN PATROL AND BANNER HANGING
CAPTAIN JACKSON began his long evening by attending the bi-monthly Chamber party held at the new United Way complex on North Jackson Street.
After the party he headed downtown for a quick patrol of his district before meeting fellow volunteers and board members of the theater to assemble and hang a 15 foot long banner advertising the Obsessions party which occurs the same day as the last CRUISE NIGHT of the season.
Once the banner was in place, the Captain secured the theater and did a last patrol of his district.
9-22-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
9-25-07 BUILDING COMMITTEE NIGHT AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
9-28-07 OBSESSIONS AND CRUISE NIGHT
CAPTAIN JACKSON and CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL arrived early at The Michigan Theatre to help set up for the fundraiser event OBSESSIONS. As the crime fighting duo had worked the event before, they were very helpful in assisting volunteers who had not.
As 6:00pm arrived and the event began, the pair headed to the streets to work with the local police for the last CRUISE NIGHT of the season. Though this car show was the first held in September, it proved to be one of the largest of the five.
During the evening, the duo split their time patrolling the streets and volunteering at the theater. After both ended around 10:00pm, the two worked late to help with disassembly and clean up.
9-29-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON and CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL spent the afternoon and evening volunteering at the theater as well as patrolling their district.
10-2-07 BUILDING COMMITTEE NIGHT AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
The Captain worked at the theater with the restoration crew as well as patrolled his district.
10-4-07 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON began his evening attending the Chamber party held at CP Federal Credit Union. During the party he spent time with fellow JAXPO members and discussed details of the event which only a couple of weeks in the future.
After the party, the Captain headed downtown to check on the security of local businesses, as well as The MIchigan Theatre.
10-6-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON began his day at the theater to work on the handicap wheelchair areas as well as to re-build the projection room door lock. Taking turns working on restoration and patrolling he expected to finish early. However, because of the lack of volunteers at the theater, he was needed to cover in both the box office as well as the concession stand.
10-8-07 JAXPO MEETING
CAPTAIN JACKSON attended the final meeting before the annual Chamber of Commerce event to discuss the final details with other committee members.
10-11-07 SUPERHERO DOCUMENTARY
The QUEEN of HEARTS met with visiting videographer Penny Wilkinson to continue the interviews she began a year earlier. The Queen spent most of the afternoon with the Australian native traveling around Jackson and catching up on personal events.
10-12-07 SUPERHERO DOCUMENTARY
CAPTAIN JACKSON and CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL met with Penny at The Michigan Theatre to continue interviews for the documentary. As there were a number of "volunteer duties" to do, and there was a lack of volunteers, the Captain spent most of his time working the theater while Penny got to know CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL. 10-13-07 SUPERHERO DOCUMENTARY
CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL was ready early to meet with Penny Wilkinson for a long morning/afternoon together. Later in the afternoon the Captain joined the two at the Michigan Theatre. From there, the Captain took Penny on a drive around Jackson in the CRIMEFIGHTERMOBILE. They ended up at Loomis Park where the Captain and CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL had volunteered in 2000 to help make the playground a success. After a long interview at the park, the two returned to the Michigan.
As CREEP THEATER actors John Robinson and Ron Hiveley were present, the Captain portrayed the "off screen" roll that he did for two years while producing the TV show as Count Bla Bla Bla for Penny. The trio reprised their roles (less costumes) to give her an idea how the actors interacted.
Later, Penny spent time with Ron and stayed around the theater until the Captain secured the property, and helped close the theater.
10-14-07 SUPERHERO DOCUMENTARY AND CROP WALK
The QUEEN of HEARTS began her day by giving visiting videographer Penny Wilkinson a tour of her garden and showing Penny her gardening skills.
Early in the afternoon, the two met up with CAPTAIN JACKSON and CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL at The First United Methodist Church in downtown Jackson so Penny could attend the annual CROP WALK event.
After a "meet and greet", the crime fighting trio walked with CROP WALK attendees throughout their district and directed traffic to make certain the walkers were not involved in any accidents.
After the walk, the four returned to the Michigan were the crime fighters said their "goodbyes" to Penny as she had to travel to Metro Airport to catch a flight out.
10-16-07 JAXPO VIP BUSINESS AFTER HOURS
CAPTAIN JACKSON was on hand to both volunteer, as well as enjoy, the Chamber of Commerce pre-JAXPO party. As a committee member, he and fellow committee members were responsible for the care of the booth attendees.
CAPTAIN JACKSON arrived early in the afternoon to volunteer as a JAXPO committee member. Along with fellow committee members such as Bob Dorogi and Nancy Bushong, the Captain worked the event and was around after the end to work on clean up.
10-18-07 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON attended the second Chamber party of the month, this time held at the Jackson Symphony Orchestra building on Michigan Avenue in downtown Jackson.
Afterward, the Captain patrolled his district.
10-21-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
10-23-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
10-25-07 JAXPO MEETING
CAPTAIN JACKSON attended the Chamber Committee "review" meeting to discuss problems encountered at this years` event and to offer suggestions for the following years` exposition.
10-26-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON was at the theater to help work security for the annual "The Theatre That Dripped Blood" event. While performing on of his patrol his theater patrol duties, he encountered County Commissioner Todd Brittain who was dressed as a Pirate and even had a REAL Parrot on his shoulder (see the CAPTAIN JACKSON Photo Gallery for a picture of him and the Captain).
During "breaks", he patrolled the downtown district.
10-30-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON was on hand for the weekly Building Committee volunteer night, as well as patrolled his district.
11-1-07 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON attended the first Chamber party of the month which was held at Daryl`s Downtown. After the event, the Captain patrolled his district and stopped in at the Michigan Theatre. While there, he his continued his work on the handicap wheelchair areas as well as removed some of the "upper staircase" wall lamps for restoration.
11-3-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON was on duty to both volunteer as well as work on the theater restoration.
During one of his patrols he encountered a panhandler in his district which he photographed and reported to the local police authorities.
11-6-07 BUILDING COMMITTEE NIGHT AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
The Captain worked at the theater with the restoration crew as well as patrolled his district.
11-8-07 REGULAR DOWNTOAN PATROL
11-10-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
11-13-07 BUILDING COMMITTEE NIGHT AT THE MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
The Captain was on hand to install another one of the restored "upper balcony" wall lamps as well as patrol his district.
During one of his patrols, he encountered another panhandler who he reported to the local police authorities.
11-15-07 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND CROP WALK MEETING
CAPTAIN JACKSON attended the bi-monthly Chamber party held at Answers on Wildwood Ave by the airport.
Afterward, the Captain attended the "wrap-up" meeting of the annual Crop Walk event which again raised over $15,000 for the hungry people on this planet (and 25% stays in Jackson and goes to local food banks!).
1--17-07 INTERFAITH SHELTER MARCH, MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON began his busy day by attending the Interfaith Shelter march which began downtown at Bucky Harris Park. As in past years, the Captain lead the march as it took to the streets throughout downtown Jackson, and finally to the shelter on Blackstone. Even though there was a light rain, over sixty people participated in the march and enjoyed chili at the shelter.
After the march, the Captain went to the Michigan where he helped educate new volunteers as well as performed restoration work. As he took breaks from his work, he patrolled the streets of his district. During one of these patrols, he met two young ladies who where visiting from England. He explained what he and The CRIMEFIGHTER CORPS have done for the community and had his picture taken with one of the ladies.
11-20-07 JACKSON CITIZEN PATRIOT, MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON began his evening downtown attending an open house at the local newspaper office to kick off the publication of their new book, JACKSON 24, which covered 24 hours of activities around the Jackson community on September 7, 2007. In addition to the 160 page "coffee table" book which is printed in black and white, a DVD is also included which shows the images in color, as well as many of the pictures that were not used.
As the Captain was included in the publication (one picture on page 100 and three color pictures on the DVD), he was asked for autographs and photo ops by both newspaper officials as well as many book purchasers.
After the party, the Captain headed for the Michigan where he participated in Building Committee Volunteer Day where he and Tim Friday installed the fourth of six upper balcony staircase lamps which the Captain had been restoring. He also spent a great deal of time waxing the nickel plating he had provided for the theater.
During his time downtown the Captain make four serious patrols downtown which covered his entire district.
11-22-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
With the first day of real snow of the year, along with being Thanksgiving, CAPTAIN JACKSON was on duty downtown to keep tabs on his district. With 99% of the businesses closed for the holiday, the Captain`s patrol was kept to a minimum.
11-24-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON arrived downtown to do upper staircase restoration work at the theater late in the afternoon. With the help of fellow volunteer Tim Friday, he was able to finish and install the fifth of six wall lamps there. During his stay at the theater, the Captain made a number of patrols in his district.
During one, he found an open door of a closed Michigan Avenue business. He stepped in and yelled "hello" several times. As he was about to call 911, the business owner arrived from the back. The Captain recognized him and mentioned he had found the door open and wanted to make certain everything was alright. The business owner thanked him for his work and the Captain continued his patrols.
11-27-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
11-29-07 GRAND RIVER ARTSWALK MEETING AND MICHIGAN THEATRE
CAPTAIN JACKSON attended the riverwalk project status presentation at city hall. During the Q & A period, the Captain brought up his concerns regarding the heavy foliage along the river and how it could effect security---especially at night. Once the main presentation was over, many of the attendeess spent time mingling, during which time the Captain had an opportunity to talk with some old friends, including ex-Fire Chief Ken Gaiser who had become a City Councilman, and Jackson Community College Dean Ann Green (whom the Captain worked with at The Michigan Theatre when she taught the JCC Movie Series classes).
After the meeting, the Captain began his downtown door checks and then headed to the Michigan Theatre where he performed restoration work on a couple of the EXIT signs.
11-30-07 KARA BEER, MARK SCHAUER PARTIES AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON began his evening attending the retirement party at Bella Notte` for Chamber of Commerce Exec Kara Beer whom had taken a job with Michigan State University.
Halfway through his attendance, he ventured across the street to attend a party for State Senator Mark Schauer. And while the senator had to work late in Lansing, the Captain was able to meet with his wife as well as many of his close friends and supporters.
With the political greeting party over, the Captain returned to Bella Notte` where he and friend Bob Dorogi stayed until most of the party goers left and both gave Kara a personal "good luck" wish for her new job.
From that point, the Captain patrolled his district.
12-1-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
12-4-07 CITY COUNCIL MEETING, DOWNTOWN PATROL AND MICHIGAN THEATRE
CAPTAIN JACKSON was present at the special City Council meeting during which newly elected councilmen Ken Gaiser, Robert Howe, John Polaczyk, along with Mayor Jerry Ludwig and City Treasurer Andrew (Randy) Wrozek were sworn into office. As the event and "afterglow" party was over in a short amount of time, the Captain hit the streets to begin his patrols.
During time he stopped at the Michigan for a short time to participate in the Building Committee volunteer night.
12-6-07 BUSINESS AFTER HOURS AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON attended the last Chamber party of the year, which was held at Good Earth Reality located on Wildwood Avenue next to Jackson High School. The party was one of the largest attended of the year (which also included some new members) as many of them wanted to wish each other a "Merry Christmas". One such new attendees was Katherine Shaler, whom the Captain and CRIMEFIGHTER GIRL worked with in the spring of 2000 at the Loomis Park Playground Project.
Although these Chamber parties are usually over by around 7:00pm, the Captain stayed over an hour later to spend time with Good Earth Reality Co-Owner Phil Morgan as well as good friends Ken Gaiser and Bob Dorogi.
After leaving the event, the Captain headed downtown to patrol his district.
12-8-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
12-11-07 MICHIGAN THEATRE AND DOWNTOWN PATROL
CAPTAIN JACKSON attended the Building Committee meeting during which he discussed the contributions he had most recently made toward the restoration of the theater. Afterward, he and other members spent time working on their different restoration projects.
During, and after this time, the Captain took breaks to patrol his district of patrol.
12-14-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
As the temperatures had again dropped to around the freezing temperature of water for the season, the Captain again switched from his usual "foot patrol" to patrolling the downtown district in his Crimefightermobile.
12-17-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
12-20-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
12-22-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
During one of his "Crimefightermobile" patrols, the Captain took to the streets to accost s possible "panhandler". After explaining the law and taking his picture, the subject left the downtown area. The Captain then continued his patrol.
12-24-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
12-27-07 REGULAR DOWNTOWN PATROL
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