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Movie Night at Argos Park Tonight

September 19, 2014
Movie Night at Argos Park Tonight

Tonight is Movie night in the Argos Community Park. Starting at 8 p.m. two movies will be show, “Cars” and then “Little Rascals.” Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and spend some quality time with your family and neighbors. There will be a concession stand with hot dogs, nachos, pop corn, and drinks. The...
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County Police Warn of Possible Home Improvement Fraud

September 19, 2014
County Police Warn of Possible Home Improvement Fraud

Marshall County Police are looking for a person of interest in a home improvement fraud. A local resident was recently contacted to have their driveway sealed. The suspect would not provide any type of estimate for the work other than a price per gallon. They lead the victim to believe that only a few...
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Traffic Stop Leads to Arrest of 2 Plymouth Men

September 18, 2014
Traffic Stop Leads to Arrest of 2 Plymouth Men

Marshall County Police Officer Jonathan Bryant conducted a traffic stop in the Dollar General parking lot on Kingston Road Wednesday evening just after 5 p.m. While conducting his investigation Officer Bryant learned that the passenger in the vehicle, 39 year old Jason Joseph of Randolph Street in Plymouth has an active felony warrant for...
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68 Year Old Arrested for Theft at Wal-Mart

September 18, 2014
68 Year Old Arrested for Theft at Wal-Mart

On Wednesday, September 17th at 5:05 P.M. County Police Officer Matthew Emenhiser responded to Wal-Mart in reference to a female shoplifter. Arriving at the store, 68 year old Antoinette R. Colangelo of Plymouth was arrested for theft and transported to the Marshall County Jail. She was held on a $755 cash bond. Colangelo was...
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Engle to Replace May on ABC Board

September 18, 2014
Engle to Replace May on ABC Board

The Marshall County Commissioner have made their appointment to replace Katy May, their representative on the Marshall County Alcohol Beverage Commission. During their meeting on Monday it was note that two people were interested in the position, Brian Liechty and Betty Engle. Commissioner Kevin Overmyer noted that Engle had served as a member of...
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Beitz Arrested for Theft

September 18, 2014
Beitz Arrested for Theft

09/19/14 On Monday, September 15th at 12:01 A.M. Plymouth Police Officer Chris Miller responded to 301 Skylane Drive in reference to theft. After conducting an investigation, 39 year old Stephen E. Beitz of Plymouth was arrested for theft and transported to the Marshall County Jail. Beitz was held on a $755 cash bond. He...
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It’s the Eve of MoonTree Festival—Happening Saturday, September 20,

September 18, 2014
It’s the Eve of MoonTree Festival—Happening Saturday, September 20,

The weatherman predicts a glorious day, with sunshine and a temperature in the 70’s this Saturday, September 20, for the third annual MoonTree Festival at the Center at Donaldson. The festival comes alive at 9:00 a.m. EDT on the prairie surrounding MoonTree Studios with Art Fair, Catapult Contest, and street entertainers. The Festival Art...
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State Attorney General Warns of IRS Scam

September 18, 2014
State Attorney General Warns of IRS Scam

If you receive a call from someone claiming to be with the IRS and demanding immediate payment, hang up immediately. It is most likely a scam. More than 200 Indiana residents have reported these fraudulent calls to the attorney general’s office this year, with many occurring in recent days. Here’s a common scenario to...
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Auto Park Helps Out with Service Work

September 18, 2014
Auto Park Helps Out with Service Work

The Auto Park locations in Plymouth teamed up with WTCA about a year ago to help out one lucky person each month with $500 in auto service works on their vehicle. This month’s winner, Abi works for a local cleaning company but just didn’t have the extra funds necessary to make some needed fixes...
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Indiana State Police Unveil New Electronic Firearms Application Process

September 18, 2014
Indiana State Police Unveil New Electronic Firearms Application Process

Thursday, the Indiana State Police unveiled a new electronic firearms application process that will be in effect beginning October 1st. The new process will remove the “paper” application and after October 1st only electronic applications will be accepted. Firearms permits issued after October 1st will also be hard plastic, as opposed to the paper...
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