06/04/13 On Saturday, June 1st at 6:51 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart was flagged down at Michigan and Adams Streets by a citizen stating that a male subject standing outside of the Brass Rail showed a pair of brass knuckles and lifted his shirt and asked for food. The male subject located a short time later in front of the Plymouth City Building was identified as 23 year old Aaron M. Chipman of Plymouth. Chipman became agitated and officers located a pair of brass knuckles. He was detained and taken to the Plymouth Police Department where he confessed to intimidating the victims into giving him food. Chipman was transported to the Marshall County Jail for intimidation and booked on a $1,505 bond.
A short time later at approximately 8:00 P.M. Saturday Officer Benjamin McIntyre was dispatched to Water and Garro Streets for a complaint. A female told the officer that 35 year old Earl Wessel of Plymouth was pounding on her door and threatening her. Officer McIntyre located Wessel that was found him to be intoxicated. He was transported to the County Jail and booked for public intoxication with a bond set at $505.
On Sunday, June 2nd at approximately 10:37 P.M. Officer Enyart conducted a routine traffic stop at Michigan and Garro Streets on 43 year old Kimberly S. Yeager of South Bend. During his investigation it was discovered that Yeager was driving under the influence of a controlled substance. She was taken into custody and transported to the Jail and booked on a $1,505 bond.
Short time later at 11:12 P.M. Sunday Officer Paul Stamper was dispatched to the area of North Michigan and Novelty Streets in reference to a subject in the road hitch-hiking. Officer Stamper observed a male subject in a camouflage coat and blue jeans in the roadway attempting to hitch hiking. Making contact with him, the suspect was informed that it was unsafe to be in the road and illegal to be hitch hiking. The male subject was identified as 58 year old Lloyd Smith of Johnson County. Smith had been reported as missing on May, 28th. Officer Stamper made contact with Smith’s family and they were relieved to learn that he was not injured and appeared to be fine. Smith’s brother and niece came to the Plymouth Police Department and picked him up and took him back home.