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- Missing person case ends in tragedy
- Macedon Village Ambulance problems to lead to demise?
- Body of missing Macedon man found
- Huron man reportedly milking the system
- Power outages, damage hit County hard during Tuesday’s storms
- Wife of double murder suspect jailed
- It took a community to raise the flagpole
- Local teacher selected Special Olympics Umpire
Macedon Police add full-time officer
- Updated: January 8, 2011
It became official last week. Macedon Police added their fifth full-time police officer. Officer Charles Michels began his law enforcement career in the United States Army
asa Military Police officer and currently holds the rank of Staff Sergeant in the Army Reserve. He followed his active military service with law enforcement positions with the Department of Defense, New York State University Police – Alfred State College and most recently with the Village of Lyons Police Department.
Officer Michels has been working as a part-time Macedon Police Officer since March of 2009. The Department currently maintains four part-time officers. Michels holds an A.A.S. in Criminal Justice – Police Science from Monroe Community College and a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Keuka College.
When not at work he enjoys spending time at home with his fiance and her two daughters. He also enjoys snowmobiling, 4 wheeling and training in the martial arts. He currently holds the rank of 5th Degree Black Belt in Isshin Ryu Karate.