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Todd Wagoner Arrested on Warrant for Dog Bite Report

March 1, 2012

    03/02/12  Officer Derek Workman with the Plymouth Police Department arrested 46 year old Todd Wagoner at 5 p.m. Wednesday. Officer Workman located Mr. Wagoner walking his dog on Pilgrim Lane. The officer stopped to speak with Wagoner and explained to him that his dog was going to be quarantined for 10 days due to a court order.

The court order was due to a dog bite report.  The report states that Mr. Wagoner went to 1535 North Michigan Street, Millea’s on February 27th at approximately 9:49 a.m. and made a purchase. At the clerk opened the door to hand him his product and change his dog lunged biting her on the arm. She did not need medical treatment although a report was completed and sent to the Prosecutor’s Office.

On Wednesday, after speaking with the officer, Mr. Wagoner was able to load the dog into the squad car without incident and rode along with the officer to the Marshall County Humane Society where the 10 day quarantine will take place.

Todd Wagoner was then transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was lodged on a warrant through Marshall County stemming from the dog bite. He was booked in for Harboring a Non-Immunized Dog and Cruelty to an Animal with a prior charge. Wagoner’s bond was set at $2,000 cash and he is scheduled to appear in Marshall Superior Court II on March 6th at 8:30 a.m.


5 Responses to “ Todd Wagoner Arrested on Warrant for Dog Bite Report ”

  1. loyallistener on March 2, 2012 at 1:33 pm

    and, P.S. Under Armour shirt, and buying booze. Really sounds like this “Homeless” man has fallen on hard times.

  2. loyallistener on March 2, 2012 at 12:23 pm

    You know what, concerned123, I don’t feel you do know the situation. I don’t feel I should have to roll my car windows up every time I drive by him so my daughter doesn’t hear the profanity he constantly spews. Nor, do I feel it’s right when my family walks through town, that we have to cross the street when we see him approaching because he & his dog are so unpredictable. So, do I understand that you feel our law enforcement officers should just ignore the safety of the community, and only look out for drugs and drug offenders. Oh, and what happens when this UNVACCINATED dog bites you or one of your loved ones, then who will be the first one to cry, “Why didn’t the cops do something about that before now?” I think if you would read the police reports in the press, you would see our men & women in law enforcement do a fine job of policing the drug problem, no, it’s not perfect, and yes, we do have a drug problem – but let me tell you, my family & I sleep very well at night knowing these officers are out there protecting us from ALL the problems our community has. I believe George Orwell said it better: “We sleep safe in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm.” And, for the sake of disclosure, NO, I am not a Police Officer, I am a professional in this community – truthfully, I would NOT do the job they do and face what they have to for what they get paid.

  3. loyallistener on March 2, 2012 at 10:56 am

    Is this FINALLY going to be enough to put that dog down, and lock him up? I like dogs, but enough is enough – he & his “wolf dog” are a blight, and danger to our community. HE has been given enough “breaks”, enough with trying to sidestep around him – PROTECT THE REST OF US!

  4. CommonCents on March 2, 2012 at 6:28 am

    Maybe Mr. Chipman will get to prosecute Mr. Wagner as his first case and can acheive his “second bite of the apple.”

  5. concerned123 on March 1, 2012 at 8:36 pm

    I do not know this man nor do I know the whole situation….BUT, I really think the town of Plymouth seems to be more concerned as to what this man and his dog are doing instead of the mad drug problem this town has. There are many dogs in this town that bark out of control, chase cars, snap or bite people and they do not seem to make the news. Leave this man and his dog alone and start going after the real problem around here. Drugs, Drugs, and oh did I mention the drugs?