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Couple Arrested on Skylane Drive, Child Places with DFC

June 27, 2017
Couple Arrested on Skylane Drive, Child Places with DFC

Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched Monday morning to 310 Skylane Drive for a domestic fight that had gotten physical. Sergeant Gary Cleveland was first on the scene and when he entered the apartment he detected the odor of burnt marijuana. Plymouth’s K9 Jax was called to the scene and located four baggies of marijuana,...
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City Salary Ordinance Amendment for Police Slowed by Council

June 27, 2017
City Salary Ordinance Amendment for Police Slowed by Council

The Plymouth Common Council heard on first reading the ordinance amendment to implement a salary increase for the Plymouth Police Department during Monday night’s meeting. Councilmember Gary Cook motioned to suspend the rules and hear the ordinance on second and third reading.   Councilman Jeff Houin told members, although he is supportive of a salary...
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McKesson Arrested for OWI

June 27, 2017
McKesson Arrested for OWI

Friday night about 10:40 the Marshall County 911 Center received a call of an intoxicated female who possibly crashed near 16C and Quince Roads. Officers from the Culver Police Department, Indiana State Police, and Marshall County Police Department located 38 year old Constanct R. McKesson of Nutmeg Road in Plymouth.   She was found to...
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Yarian from Bourbon Arrested for Residential Entry

June 26, 2017
Yarian from Bourbon Arrested for Residential Entry

A Bourbon man who was “highly impaired” was arrested early Saturday morning after the Marshall County Centralized Dispatch Center received a call from the 9,000 block of 9A Road of a male subject attempting to get into a residence. About a quarter till 1 in the morning officers from the Marshall County Police Department...
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Bremen Firemen’s Festival Opens Tuesday at 6, Parade at 6:30

June 26, 2017
Bremen Firemen’s Festival Opens Tuesday at 6, Parade at 6:30

For more than 60 years families have traveled from around the area to attend the Bremen Firemen’s Festival during the 4th of July holiday. This year the festivities kick off on Tuesday evening, June 27 with the annual parade at 6 p.m. The route begins at the corner of Indiana and Plymouth streets where...
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Oaklawn Man Arrested for Marijuana, Paraphernalia & Controlled Substance

June 26, 2017
Oaklawn Man Arrested for Marijuana, Paraphernalia & Controlled Substance

On Saturday June 24, at approximately 1:30 in the morning an officer with the Marshall County Police Department stopped a vehicle on US 30 near Hawthorn Road for a violation. The driver, 26 year old John Damarjian of Oaklawn was found to be in possession of marijuana, paraphernalia, and a controlled substance.  He was...
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Driver and Passenger Arrested following Traffic Stop by County Police

June 26, 2017
Driver and Passenger Arrested following Traffic Stop by County Police

Marshall County Police Officer Wozniak initiated a traffic stop on a black 2006 Ford pickup truck for traveling 89 MPH in a posted 60 MPH zone Saturday, June 24th at 10 p.m.  The driver of the vehicle, 34 year old Florencio Gonzalez-Prieto of Albuquerque, New Mexico, was found to be under the influence of...
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Lincoln Driven to Give Event Raises Money for JA

June 26, 2017
Lincoln Driven to Give Event Raises Money for JA

Monday morning Oliver Ford Lincoln presented a check to representatives from Junior Achievement for their recent Driven to Give event. Oliver Ford Lincoln in Plymouth hosted a Lincoln Driven to Give event on Saturday April 29th. Junior Achievement (JA) is a non-profit organization that provides in-school, economic education for nearly 2,500 K-12 students in Marshall...
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Merriman Arrested by City Police for PI & Disorderly Conduct at Salvation Army

June 26, 2017
Merriman Arrested by City Police for PI & Disorderly Conduct at Salvation Army

Plymouth Officers were called to Salvation Army on Oak Road on Saturday, June 24th about 6 p.m. for a male and female that were yelling at each other through the store. Plymouth Police Officer Bridget Hite located the female, 23 year old Katherine Merriman of Knox yelling at the male subject across the store.  ...
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Walorski Introduces Bill to Boost Oversight of Future Gitmo Transfers

June 26, 2017
Walorski Introduces Bill to Boost Oversight of Future Gitmo Transfers

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) last week introduced legislation to boost oversight of future Guantanamo Bay detainee transfers by closing a loophole that allowed the Obama administration to keep secret the terms under which terrorist detainees were released. “In a misguided and unsuccessful attempt to close Gitmo, the Obama administration rapidly accelerated the release...
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