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Monday Arrests by Plymouth Police

July 30, 2013

  07/31/13 On Monday, July 29th at approximately 3:00 PM Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman observed 40 year old Todd Kring of Plymouth walking near the intersection of Walnut and Jefferson Street.  Officer Workman, having knowledge of an active warrant through Marshall County for arrested Kring, made a stop on him.  Kring was arrested on the warrant for civil contempt.  He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and held on a $11,000 bond.

At 6:49 PM Officer Jesse Pippenger located 21 year old Drew W. Schieber of Plymouth walking the 400 block of Adams Street.  The officer knew there was a warrant for his arrest.  Officer Pippenger made contact and arrested Mr. Schieber on the Marshall County warrant for theft and forgery.  He was transported to the County Jail and held on a $10,005 bond.

Later Monday night, Officer Benjamin McIntyre conducted a traffic stop on 45 year old Rosendo Gutierrez-Diaz of Plymouth for a traffic infraction.  During the course of the traffic stop it was found that Mr. Gutierrez-Diaz had a suspended license with a prior charge.  He was taken into custody and transported to the Jail where he was booked in for driving while suspended with a prior and held on a $755 bond. Mr. Gutierrez was later released that night after posting bond and received a September 3rd Court Date at 8:30 AM in Superior Court II.

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3 Responses to “ Monday Arrests by Plymouth Police ”

  1. Thor on August 2, 2013 at 12:56 pm

    Well, Johnnyfb…if it’s a warrant for their ARREST it means arrest him if you see him. I can hear the court now…”your honor, the police have no right to arrest me for past crimes unless they see me committing a crime…right?”

    It wasn’t a warrant for eviction, or court appearance, it was a go straight to jail card.

  2. johnnyfisterbottom on July 31, 2013 at 12:01 pm

    So if you have a warrant out for your arrest(shame on you) but an officer does not have the right to stop you unless they have the arrest warrant on them, so DO NOT give them any information, first ask the question: What crime am I committing right now that you feel you have to stop me for? If they Cannot answer do NOT SAY ANYTHING ELSE AT ALL!

  3. johnnyfisterbottom on July 31, 2013 at 11:57 am

    WOW! The first two actually had the right to not show the officers their ID since they were not stopped for committing a crime. Unless Police are actually SERVING the warrant they have no right to stop someone just because they know they have a warrant out for the arrest and they happen to see them walk by. Plymouth cops are playing a dangerous game because if they happened to have a twin then they could sue for harassment, cops cant stop someone just because they “look” like someone they know has a warrant out unless they are caught in the act of committing a crime. If they get the right lawyer they will be able to counter sue.