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Fulton County Man Severely Injured by Shooting at Tannerite

July 25, 2016
Fulton County Man Severely Injured by Shooting at Tannerite

On Sunday evening July 24, emergency personal were dispatched to 1448 E. 400 S., in Fulton County in reference to a 36 year old male subject with a traumatic injury to his arm and neck.   The injuries were sustained from debris caused by shooting at an exploding target called Tannerite, with a high...
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Blueberry Festival Seeks Volunteer for 50th Celebration

July 25, 2016
Blueberry Festival Seeks Volunteer for 50th Celebration

The Marshall County Blueberry Festival is seeking volunteers to assist with this year’s 50th annual celebration over the Labor Day weekend. Have you ever wanted to be a part of the Blueberry Festival but just didn’t know what to do or how to get involved?  Well here’s your chance.  Attend the Volunteer Drive on Thursday,...
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Travel Scam Warning

July 25, 2016
Travel Scam Warning

With summer vacation season in full swing, the Indiana Attorney General has issued a warning to beware of bogus vacation packages. A few tips include researching travel companies to ensure they are reputable, being wary of winning “free” vacations, and reviewing all contracts carefully. While traveling, closely monitor your bank statements for any unusual...
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Plymouth Lion’s Club Members Donate to Freedom Park

July 25, 2016
Plymouth Lion’s Club Members Donate to Freedom Park

Tony Gamble, chair of Freedom Park in Plymouth, was the speaker at the last meeting of the Plymouth Lions Club. Gamble has been the owner of Mancino’s Grinders and Pizza for nine years and has two children with special needs. Freedom Park is located in Packard Woods and is a park where children of...
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Taste of Marshall County to Kick Off United Way Campaign Aug 13

July 25, 2016
Taste of Marshall County to Kick Off United Way Campaign Aug 13

The United Way of Marshall County (UWMC) is excited to announce the first Taste of Marshall County, a family-friendly fundraising event to be held Saturday, August 13, at Young Amphitheatre in Centennial Park, Plymouth from 5-10 pm. The event will kick off the United Way 2016 annual fundraising campaign. Proceeds from Taste of Marshall...
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Plymouth Man Arrested for Possession of Marijuana & Paraphernalia

July 25, 2016
Plymouth Man Arrested for Possession of Marijuana & Paraphernalia

  City police officers were dispatched to 2001 Westgate Avenue Friday afternoon about 3:30 to locate a specific vehicle.   That vehicle was located and the driver, 23 year old Matthew S. Olds was wanted for questioning on a unrelated event. As Officer Stuart Krynock was speaking with Mr. Olds, he detected the strong...
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City Meetings Monday

July 25, 2016
City Meetings Monday

  The City of Plymouth will conduct its regular meetings tonight starting at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety followed by the Common Council meeting.   The Board of Public Works and Safety will open bids for a water main extension on Plymouth Goshen Trail and an extension for the...
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Grand Rapids Man Arrested in Restroom following Chase

July 24, 2016
Grand Rapids Man Arrested in Restroom following Chase

  Friday evening about 5:45 officers from the Plymouth Police Department were dispatched to Walmart for a theft.   The suspect was able to get away but was located about 8:15 that evwning walking near Aldi’s. He fled from police and was chased into the Bob Evan’s restroom where he was taken into custody...
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Flora Woman Arrested for Illegal Syringes & Controlled Substance

July 24, 2016
Flora Woman Arrested for Illegal Syringes & Controlled Substance

  Officer Bridget Hite with the Plymouth Police Department was conducting an inventory of a vehicle in the Sherwood Tire parking lot Friday evening about 6:30 from a prior incident.   While she was conducting the investigation an employee from Sherwood Tire informed Officer Hite that a female subject that had been with the...
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Bourbon Police Arrest Charles Smith on Warrant

July 24, 2016
Bourbon Police Arrest Charles Smith on Warrant

Saturday morning about 7:20, Sergeant Rick Kanarr with the Bourbon Police Department received information that 53 year old Charles R. Smith had an active warrant for his arrest. After confirming the warrant he located Mr. Smith at his residence on South Washington Street.   The warrant was for a misdemeanor charge for check deception....
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