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Weekend Arrest Reports by City Officers

August 19, 2014
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Police Handcuffs08/18/14  On Friday, August 15th at 10:20 P.M. Plymouth Police Officer Bridget Hite received a complaint of a male subject running after another male subject that had stole an item from his property. As Officer Hite arrived at the end of Plum Street north of the tracks she located 55 year old Edward Hayes of Plymouth hiding in the weeds just north of the tracks near the old Plymouth Lumber. Mr. Hayes was taken into custody for theft and public intoxication and transported to the Marshall County Jail and held on a $1,505 bond.

On Saturday, August 16th at 7:30 P.M. Officer Joe Deisch responded to 1201 Sycamore in reference to a domestic fight investigation. During the investigation 30 year old Clyde Humes whom resided at the residence was found to be in violation of his home detention and was taken into custody. He was transporte4d to the Marshall County Jail and held without bond.

On Sunday, August 17th at 12:38 A.M. Officer Paul Stamper was dispatched to the Northgate Trailer Park in reference to an intoxicated male subject looking into windows and touching himself inappropriately. Arriving on the scene 35 year old Juan Cantero of Plymouth was located and taken into custody for public intoxication and public indecency. He was transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was held on a $1,505 bond. Cantero was later released that day after posting bond and was issued an September 9th court date to appear in Superior II.
Later at 1:16 P.M. Office John Weir was patrolling when he observed 28 year old Jorge Terrones of Plymouth driving while suspended. Officer Weir initiated a traffic stop and placed Mr. Terrones under arrest  for driving while suspended with a prior charge of the same offense. He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and held on a $755 bond and was later released that day after posting bond and was issued and September 9th court date to appear in Superior II.
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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