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Jackson County Sheriff's Department


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"Wood, paneling, siding, he took it all," said Detective Robert Cole of the Jackson County Sheriff's Department."Even the kitchen sink."

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Though venturing into "Magnum P.I." territory, recently retired Jackson County sheriff's detective Bob Cole isn't trying on Hawaiian shirts or test driving Ferraris just yet.

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In the sunset of his 29-year law enforcement career, Cole plans to make a seamless transition from public to private investigator.His experience includes working undercover narcotics and breaking unsolved murder cases like the one recently involving a Jackson woman, Vicki-Lynn Cook, whose body was found in a swamp in August 2002.
Cole embarks down a well-traveled path for police retirees who, like moths to fluorescent lamps, are forever drawn to sleuthing's adrenaline rush.
"It's the hunt," Cole said.
Though retired, Cole was asked to stay on the team.
"I like his work ethic," Hartman said of Cole.
Cole, 50, expects his Accredited Detective Agency to open soon.
Cole's investigative pedigree was accrued through numerous investigations, which included working on the county's burglary squad and undercover narcotics unit.
In the latter, Cole often convinced dangerous drug dealers he was looking to buy.
"I'd have a dealer say, 'You're a narc.' I'd just say, 'Yeah yeah,' " Cole said."They'd laugh at me and still sell me the drugs."
Cole envisions doing background checks and internal fraud investigations.
"It won't be as exciting as working on homicides," Cole said.

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The image is the World Press Photo of the year 2008, showing detective Robert Cole ensuring residents have vacated their Cleveland, OH home following eviction on March 26, 2008.

In Brief

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"A substantial amount of money was taken, and we are looking to find out more information," said Detective Robert Cole of the Jackson County Sheriff's Department.He would not release how much money was stolen.

Cole asks anyone with information to call the anonymous tip line at 787-0212 or the detective bureau at 788-4204.
Jonesville man to make TVappearance tonight
A Jonesville man will appear in "History vs.Hollywood," a series comparing movies to the truth at 8 tonight on the History Channel.

Lottery offer probably too good to be true, officials say

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"If it seems too good to be true, it usually is," Detective Robert Cole of the Jackson County Sheriff's Department said."People who think something is fishy should question the call."

Cole said he has investigated several phone scams that prey on the elderly.
"Sometimes the crimes go unreported because people are ashamed to admit they made a mistake to their family," Cole said."Or by the time they admit it, it's too late and they are out a lot of money."
-- Reach reporter NoƩ Hernandez at nhernandez@citpat.com or 768-4929.
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