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City Police Officers Make Weekend Arrests

October 25, 2010
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10/26/10 On Friday, October 22nd at 4:56 PM Officer Jason Dobbins with the Plymouth Police Department made contact with 32 year old Felipe H. Tapia of Washington Street at the Plymouth Wal-mart.  Tapia was arrested on a failure to appear warrant for fines and cost through Marshall County. He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked in on a $152 bond.   He was later released that day at 4:56 PM after posting his cash bond. After obtaining information that Mr. Tapia’s wife 23 year old Nicole M. Tapia was coming to bond him out of jail, Officer Dobbins waited in the parking lot for her to arrive.  When she arrived she was taken into custody on a warrant through Marshall County for failure to appear on fines and costs. She was booked into the Marshall County Jail with a $190 bond and was released that day at 7:10 PM after posting her cash bond.

On Sunday, October 24th at 1:45 AM Officer Ryan Richey conducted a traffic stop on State Road 17 and Glenn Overmyer Drive on 40 year old Jonathon P. Ulery of Culver.  After further investigation Ulery was arrested for violation of a restraining order and transported to the County Jail where he was booked in on a $750 bond.

At 4:39 PM Officer Derek Workman conducted a traffic stop at Markley Drive and Shamrock Drive on 32 year old Abraham E. Foster Sr. of South Bend.   Foster was arrested for driving while suspended with a prior charge. He was transported to the Jail and booked in on a $750 bond.  Foster was released later that night at 6:50 PM after posting his cash bond.

Later Sunday night at 9:29 PM Officer Workman responded to Adams Street after receiving a call of a male subject lying in the middle of the street.   The male subject, identified as 48 year old Rodney W. Hostetler of Olive Road was located in front of 605 West Adams Street.  He was   found to be intoxicated and had wrecked his bicycle.  Hostetler was arrested for public intoxication with a bond of $1,000.   As a result of this arrest it was found he had two civil contempt charges with bonds set at $22,000 and $28,000. He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked in on said bonds.

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