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Arrests Made Friday Afternoon by Plymouth Officers

August 12, 2014
Arrests Made Friday Afternoon by Plymouth Officers

Plymouth Police Officer Ben McIntyre arrested 24 year old Amber R. Cole of Mishawaka Friday afternoon at 4:30 for theft. Ms. Cole was observed by Wal-Mart’s asset protection staff concealing items in her purse. As she attempted to leave the store she was detained by the asset protection staff. Officer McIntyre places Cole in...
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Potato Creek State Park Seeking Plant Inventory Volunteers

August 12, 2014
Potato Creek State Park Seeking Plant Inventory Volunteers

Potato Creek State Park is looking for volunteers to help develop a comprehensive plant inventory of the park. Volunteers will be trained in plant identification and how to preserve a voucher specimen. Participants must attend two days of training on Saturday, Aug. 23, and Saturday, Sept. 6, at the nature center. The training will...
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Heminger House Seeks Assistance to Solve a Mystery

August 12, 2014
Heminger House Seeks Assistance to Solve a Mystery

The Heminger House Women and Children’s Shelter needs the public’s help to solve a mystery. Last month two of the Heminger House Board of Director members received an anonymous letter in the mail. The letter was a copy of a letter that was addressed to the director of the Heminger House. The writer of...
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City Officers Make Alcohol Arrests

August 12, 2014
City Officers Make Alcohol Arrests

Early Saturday morning just before 1 Sergeant Gary Cleveland with the Plymouth Police Department conducted a traffic stop at US 30 and Plymouth Goshen Trail. The driver of the vehicle, 25 year old Lauren Dinkeldine of South Bend was found to be intoxicated with alcoholic beverages. She was booked into the Marshall County Jail...
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Congresswoman Walorski Visits Veterans at Miller’s Assisted

August 12, 2014
Congresswoman Walorski Visits Veterans at Miller’s Assisted

U.S. Congresswoman Jackie Walorski stopped at Miller’s Assisted Living during her Veterans Tour through counties in her district. She arrived at Miller’s on Tuesday precisely at noon and greeted the Miller’s residents while they enjoyed their mid-day meal. After spending time greeting and visiting with those in attendance she then joined a group of...
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Escaped Juveniles Located in Etna Green Farmhouse

August 12, 2014
Escaped Juveniles Located in Etna Green Farmhouse

The two Marshall County juveniles that escaped from the Muskegon River Youth Home in Ladoga, IN on August 3rd were located and arrested Friday evening in Kosciusko County. The suspects were located in a residence on a farm near Etna Green. Last week Marshall County Police began an investigation to located Kody Whiteman and...
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Eagle Scout Project to Raise Awareness of Dumping into Storm Drains

August 12, 2014
Eagle Scout Project to Raise Awareness of Dumping into Storm Drains

The City of Plymouth will benefit from an Eagle Scout project to be completed by Kevin Bachman from Troop 257. Monday night members of the Board of Public Works and Safety approved Bachman’s request for a community service project. After looking at various potential projects Utility Superintendent Donny Davidson and Bachman settled on a...
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County Council Discusses Employee Payment of 5% for Health Insurance

August 12, 2014
County Council Discusses Employee Payment of 5% for Health Insurance

Members of the Marshall County Council held a budget work-session with Auditor Penny Lukenbill after their regular meeting Monday. Lukenbill said requests for the 2015 budget are $9,041,321. Estimated tax levy is $6,425,243 and miscellaneous revenues are estimated to be $2,300,000. Total revenue next year is estimated to be $8,725,243. Lukenbill said she would...
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July Activity Report for the County Jail

August 12, 2014
July Activity Report for the County Jail

Operating While Intoxicated, Failure to Appear and Battery top the list of July offenses for being booked into the Marshall County Jail.  Taking a look at the remaining top 10 reasons you find Operator Never Licensed, Theft and Driving While Suspended. Rounding out the top ten is Marijuana, Probation Violations, Civil, and Holds for...
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Argos Teen Injured in Roll-over Crash

August 12, 2014
Argos Teen Injured in Roll-over Crash

An Argos teen received minor injuries in a roll-over crash on Muckshaw Road Friday evening. Just before 5 p.m. 17 year old Shayla Clyde was traveling south on Muckshaw Road in a 1988 Dodge Dakota when she lost control of her vehicle and traveled off the east-side of the roadway before the truck started...
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