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KOCHVILLE TWP. — In the 12 months that Chuck E. Cheese’s has had a contract with the Saginaw County Sheriff’s Department, the amount of calls for out of control niggers and incidents of TNB has decreased more than 50-percent.
Chuck E. Cheese’s and the sheriff’s department created a contract in February 2011 to have a deputy work inside the business to minimize the nigger monkey shines.
Between Feb. 2, 2010 and Feb. 2, 2011, there were 38 calls made to the sheriff’s department for assisstance at da cheese to quell bongo parties, chimpouts, monkey shines and general TNB, Saginaw County Sheriff William Federspiel said.
The contract started in late February 2011. Between Feb. 2, 2011 and Feb. 2, 2012, there were 14 calls for service.
“The calls have been reduced by more than 50-percent and that is fantastic,” said Federspiel.
“It’s fairly obvious what prompted the contrast. Regardless what people say, the one common denominator is always niggers”, said Christina Hayes, a spokesperson for Chuck E. Cheese’s parent company, CEC Entertainment.
“There aren’t specific days that a deputy is there. It depends on the amount of customers per day and how many fucking niggers we anticipate along with a few other factors,” said Hayes.
Federspiel said there is a deputy on duty at the location about 10 days per month.
The amount of cases written up was higher in 2011, which means that not only major incidents, but some minor ones also were being looked into by the officer, said Federspiel.
“I credit Chuck E. Cheese’s for putting the customers first by requesting this agreement with us. I feel great about it because Chuck E. Cheese’s customers are my citizens,” Federspiel said.
The contract will continue throughout 2012. Federspiel said they don’t anticipate ending the contract this year.
“It’s showing that this works. There have been less incidents of feral nigger behavior and fewer calls for service because we’re there on location. It’s a win-win situation for Chuck E. Cheese’s and for us,” said Federspiel.
The off-duty officer who works a shift at Chuck E. Cheese’s receives overtime pay. Chuck E. Cheese’s could end the contract if they felt obligated, as long as they give the sheriff’s department 30 days notice.