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Warrent Served, Ancilla Athletes Arrested for Drinking

August 15, 2013

  08/16/13   On Wednesday, August 14th at 3:41 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Bridget Hite was dispatched to 108 Oak Hill Avenue in reference to giving a message to a male subject.  Arriving at the location, 29 year old Marcus Back who lived at the residence answered the door and was believed to have active warrants out for his arrests.  The warrants were confirmed and Back was taken into custody for two Failure to Appears and a Failure to Appear on Court Cost and Fines.  He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and held on a bond set at $196 and a Civil Contempt bond of $8,000.

Later Wednesday night at approximately 9:50 p.m. a 2nd shift officer observed a highly intoxicated juvenile that was 17 years of age walking near the Plymouth Police Department.  The juvenile was being loud and showed clear signs of being highly intoxicated.  Officers from 2nd shift conducted a brief investigation that led them to 302 West Jefferson Street where they located an underage drinking party.  The party was found to be attended mostly by male Ancilla Soccer Players.   Arrested was 19 year old Nestor Herrera Hurtado of Elkhart, 20 year old David Zendejas of Chula Vista, California and 19 year old Isaias Membreno of Waukegan, Illinois where all three was charged with Minor Consumption.  Two of the male subjects were taken to Saint Joseph Regional Hospital for medical treatment due to their blood alcohol level.  All the subjects were transported to the Marshall County Jail where Zendejas and Membreno were booked in on $755 bonds and Hurtado was given a $505 bond. The juvenile was released to the custody of their parents.


4 Responses to “ Warrent Served, Ancilla Athletes Arrested for Drinking ”

  1. Kathy Bottorff on September 20, 2013 at 2:59 pm

    The words, “underage drinking party” were used twice in the police report from Plymouth officers. If you would like to see a copy of the report I’d be happy to share it with you. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: party is a gathering of people who have been invited by a host for the purposes of socializing, conversation, or recreation. Apparently there were four people at the party….the 17 year old was not arrested but released to his parents.

  2. saeca on September 19, 2013 at 1:26 pm

    How can it be a “party” when there were only three people in the apartment? A “party” implies that there were more than three people in the apartment, which there were not. Also, “mostly” implies there were more than three people in the apartment, which there were not. These words are what make the article inaccurate and slanderous. The only people in the apartment were the three males. Please only include facts in your articles.

  3. Kathy Bottorff on August 18, 2013 at 8:21 pm

    The information in this story was provided to WTCA through a news release from the Police Department….

  4. saeca on August 16, 2013 at 9:39 pm

    This is inaccurate and slanderous.