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Arests by City Officers

July 15, 2014
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arrests07/16/14 On Thursday, July 10th at 10:55 P.M. Officer Stewart Krynock with the Plymouth Police Department responded to Wal-Mart in reference to two adult female shoplifters. Officer Krynock located and arrested 18 year old Jeannie M. Spear and 18 year old Haley A. Traski both of Plymouth for theft. Both women were transported to the Marshall County and held on $1,505 cash bonds each. Spear and Transki were released on Friday, July 11th after posting bonds and each received a Tuesday, July 29th Superior Court I date for their initial hearings.

On Friday, July 11th at 5:50 P.M. Plymouth Officer Ben McIntyre observed 39 year old Tony W. Hatter outside of his residence at 319 West LaPorte Street. The officer knew Hatter had two active warrants through Marshall County for civil contempt. Mr. Hatter was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was held for civil contempt with a bond set at $10,000 and civil contempt with bond set at $20,000. He was later released on Monday, July 14th on his own recognizance.

On Sunday, July 13th at 5:35 A.M. Plymouth Officer Gary Cleveland responded to 321 West Harrison Street in reference to an intoxicated male who refused to stay away from the residence. Officer Cleveland arrived at the location and arrested 26 year old Bradley Scott of Plymouth for trespass. He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and held on a $755 bond and released Tuesday, July 15th for no judicial review. Scott received an August 5th Superior Court II initial hearing date.

Listeners and readers are reminded that charging information supported by an affidavit of probable cause is merely an allegation that a crime has been committed and that there is only probable cause to believe a crime has been committed. They are presumed innocent throughout the proceedings and are entitled to be represented by counsel and entitled to a trial by jury at which the State is obligated to provide proof beyond a reasonable doubt before a judgment of guilt may be made.

 

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