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Arreste by Plymouth Police Officers

January 28, 2013

  01/29/13  On Saturday, January 26th at 3:09 AM, Officer Gary Cleveland with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a speeding vehicle at the intersection of Michigan Road and Parkview. Upon further investigation it was determined that 36 year old, Charles Taylor of Warsaw was intoxicated and under the influence of a controlled substance. A small amount of methamphetamine was also located in the vehicle.   Mr. Taylor was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was booked on a class D felony for possession of methamphetamine and operating while intoxicated and held on a $3,005 bond.

Later that afternoon at 2:22 PM, a Plymouth Police Officer initiated a traffic stop on a Grand AM for an inactive license plate through the BMV. During the investigation it was found that 21 year old, Pablo Lopez-Solis of Plymouth did not possess a valid driver’s license and he was found to be driving while suspended.   Solis was transported to the County Jail and booked on a $1,505 bond that was paid later that night and he was released.

On Sunday, January 27th at 12:11 AM, Officer John Weir was dispatched to 308 East Jefferson Street in reference to a complaint that a battery had occurred.  Arriving on the scene contact was made with the victim who advised they were trying to do a custody exchange with his 4 month old daughter when the grandfather, 52 year old, Curtis Batey of Plymouth punched the victim in the face for not signing a paper.  Mr. Batey was transported to the Marshall County Jail for battery and held on a $755 bond.

At 1:55 AM, Officer Ryan Richey responded to the Plymouth Wal-Mart in reference to a possible intoxicated male in the hardware department.   27 year old, Brock N. Biddle of Plymouth was located and taken into custody for theft.  He was transported to the jail and booked on a $3,005 bond. Mr. Biddle was released a short time later at 3:05 AM after posting bond.

On Monday, January 28th at 3:13 AM, Office Tim Taberski responded to a possible battery complaint.   Arriving at 108 Oak Hill Ave.  49 year old, Roger A. Risner was arrested at his home for Domestic Battery and was transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was booked on a $755 bond.