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Villalobos Arrested for DWS with a Prior

April 15, 2018
Villalobos Arrested for DWS with a Prior

Monday afternoon, April 9th, Plymouth Police Officer John Weir initiated a traffic stop at Oak and Jefferson Streets for a vehicle having an Illinois and Indiana license plate on it. While speaking to the driver, 38 year old Moises Villalobos of South Bend is was found that he was suspended on an ID card...
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City Police Arrest 3 in Traffic Stop

April 15, 2018

A traffic stop Thursday afternoon by Plymouth Police Officer Joe Deisch resulted in the arrest of three people.  About 4:45 Officer Deisch stopped a vehicle at US 30 and State Road 17.  23 year old Jasmyn M. Kotras of Knox, 27 year old Bradley S. Austin of Knox and 21 year old Donovan S....
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Walorski Shares Feedback from Hoosier Businesses Impacted by Tariffs at Hearing

April 14, 2018
Walorski Shares Feedback from Hoosier Businesses Impacted by Tariffs at Hearing

U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) Thursday shared feedback from Hoosier businesses affected by steel and aluminum tariffs at a Ways and Means Committee hearing on the impact of tariffs on the U.S. economy and jobs. “Historic tax cuts and regulatory reforms have revived America’s economy, but I am constantly hearing from businesses in northern...
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Making False Claims to Avoid Paying Taxes Ends in Penalties

April 13, 2018
Making False Claims to Avoid Paying Taxes Ends in Penalties

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) continues to partner with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to share the top tax filing season concerns referred to as the “IRS Dirty Dozen” tax scams for 2018. Asserting frivolous tax arguments to avoid paying taxes is the final installment in this 12-part series.  This includes making unreasonable...
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Indiana State Police Assists With Probation Checks; Three Arrested

April 13, 2018
Indiana State Police Assists With Probation Checks; Three Arrested

The Indiana State Police assisted the Marshall County Probation Department with probation home checks this week resulting in three people arrested for drug charges. On April 11, a check was done at 2220 Lake Avenue in Plymouth.  During this check, Griffin Sterling, age 41 of Plymouth, was located and arrested on an active warrant out...
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Hiding Income in Offshore Accounts Can Cost You

April 13, 2018
Hiding Income in Offshore Accounts Can Cost You

The Indiana Department of Revenue (DOR) continues to partner with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to share the top tax filing season concerns referred to as the “IRS Dirty Dozen” tax scams for 2018. Avoiding paying taxes by hiding money or assets in unreported offshore accounts is the eleventh scam in the 12-part series....
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Lawton Held for Violation of Home Detention

April 13, 2018
Lawton Held for Violation of Home Detention

Assisting another agency, Plymouth Police Stg. Joe Deisch located 26 year old Cameron J.G. Lawton of Plymouth on Tuesday, April 10th afternoon. Lawton was located at 221 West Madison Street and taken into custody for a Violation of Home Detention.  He was held in the Marshall County Jail with NO BOND.   Listeners and...
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AQUATICS CENTER WILL BREAK GROUND IN JUNE

April 13, 2018
AQUATICS CENTER WILL BREAK GROUND IN JUNE

Years ago Dr. Susan Bardwell approached Plymouth’s own Rick and Barb Miller about making her wish of having an indoor pool back in Plymouth become a reality. That wish is about to come true as ground will be broken in just a few weeks on a state-of-the-art 27,000-square foot aquatics center named the Dr....
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Drug Free Marshall County 2018 Grant Awards

April 13, 2018
Drug Free Marshall County 2018 Grant Awards

Drug Free Marshall County in an effort to combat drug and alcohol misuse in Marshall County has awarded over $62,820 to area schools, law enforcement and treatment providers in Marshall County. Grant dollars are utilized by the various entities ranging from drug testing, financial assistance to those in need of treatment and in the...
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Richards Sentenced on Welfare Fraud

April 12, 2018
Richards Sentenced on Welfare Fraud

Helen Richards, 56, of Lawrence Lake Drive, Plymouth was sentenced April 11, in Marshall Superior Court number one upon her plea of guilty to Welfare Fraud as a Level 6 felony.  Pursuant to a plea agreement between Deputy Prosecutor Lynn Berndt and defense counsel Marc Morrison, Richards was sentenced to 30 months imprisonment at...
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