06/26/13 On Thursday, June 20th at approximately 3:00 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart responded to Wal-Mart in reference to 3 subjects detained for shoplifting. Arriving at the store, 40 year old Michael Fugate, 38 year old Dannel Salyers and 20 year old Jared Weiss all of Rochester were taken into custody for theft. All three subjects were caught with numerous stolen items from Wal-Mart including jewelry, clothing, CD’s, butane and other miscellaneous items. All three were transported to the Marshall County Jail where Fugate and Salyers were booked in on $1,505 bonds and Weiss was booked on a $3,005 bond.
On Friday, June 21st at approximately 7:15 P.M. Officer Matthew Emenhiser conducted a traffic stop in the parking lot of Super 8 after observing the vehicle with an expired temporary plate. During the investigation it was discovered that the driver, 18 year old Marisa Castro of Milford was operating a vehicle without ever receiving a license. Castro was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County Jail for Operator never licensed. She was held on a $505 bond and will appear in Superior Court I on July 23rd at 8:30 A.M.
On Saturday, June 22nd at approximately 1:30 A.M. Plymouth officers responded to Wal-Mart after being contacted by loss prevention with probable cause of a subject stealing items on video at two separate times. Arriving at the store the subject was identified as 19 year old Demonte Johnson of Gary. He was taken into custody for theft and false informing as he initially gave a fictitious name. Johnson was also found to have an active warrant in Lake County for conversion. He was transported to the County Jail and held on a $3,005 bond. He is scheduled to appear in Superior Court I on July 16th at 8:30 A.M.
On Sunday, June 23rd at approximately 3:40 A.M. Plymouth Officer Chris Miller responded to the area of Michigan and Harrison Street in reference to a domestic fight. Arriving in the area and after a short investigation 21 year old Ryan C. Marks of Plymouth was located and taken into custody on an active felony warrant for conspiracy to deal methamphetamine. Marks was transported to the Marshall County Jail and held on a $50,005 bond.