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Sunday Arrests by Plymouth Officers

August 25, 2015
Sunday Arrests by Plymouth Officers

Sunday evening about 9, Plymouth Officer Krynock conducted a traffic stop at Madison and Beerenbrook Streets on a subject known to have a suspended license. 21 year old Skyler Gaines of Bremen was found to be driving and taken into custody.  He was booked into the Marshall County Jail for Driving While Suspended with...
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Mayor’s Month of Music Ends with Duke Tumatoe this Friday

August 25, 2015
Mayor’s Month of Music Ends with Duke Tumatoe this Friday

Duke Tumatoe will grace the stage in River Park Square for the final event in the Mayor’s Month of Music this Friday evening at 6. Duke Tumatoe is an American blues guitarist, vocalist and songwriter.  A founding member of REO Speedwagon, he’s gigged with Bo Diddley, B.B. King, and John Fogerty to name a...
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2 Arrested for Theft from Wal-Mart

August 25, 2015
2 Arrested for Theft from Wal-Mart

Two people from Fulton County were arrested Saturday at the Plymouth Wal-Mart for theft. Just before 7 p.m. Patrolman Stuart Krynock was dispatched to Wal-Mart when an associate had apprehended two suspects for theft. Officer Krynock arrested 42 year old Phillip E. McFarland from Leiters Ford and 36 year old Dana A. Looney of...
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501 STRONG

August 25, 2015
501 STRONG

Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin is being honored for his courageous battle with terminal cancer by individuals and businesses all over Plymouth. The 501 STRONG signs in windows, on marquees and inside stores are everywhere showing support to the Sheriff. The 501 in the sign is Tom’s call sign on the scanner when he’s...
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1 Arrested After Fight at Mayflower

August 25, 2015
1 Arrested After Fight at Mayflower

Plymouth Police were called to a large fight in progress at the Mayflower Tavern Sunday morning at 2:30.  As officers arrived at the 1111 West Jefferson Street address a vehicle was attempting to leave the parking lot.  Although officers attempted to stop the vehicle it drove around the officer and headed east on Jefferson...
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John Chamberlin’s Edward Jones Office Sponsors Coffee with a Cop August 28th

August 25, 2015
John Chamberlin’s Edward Jones Office Sponsors Coffee with a Cop August 28th

On Friday, August 28th, Marshall County Sheriff’s Department First Sergeant Neal Wallace, and community members will come together at The Coffee Lodge to discuss community issues, build relationships and drink coffee. All community members are invited to attend. The event begins at 8:15am at The Coffee Lodge, 225 E. Jefferson Street, Plymouth. John Chamberlin’s Edward Jones office is...
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Tidbits from Triton

August 25, 2015
Tidbits from Triton

Students in Mrs. Teresa Watkins’s sixth grade science class at Triton Elementary School have been studying the scientific tools and their functions in preparation for conducting labs this school year. Pictured are: Mekenna May (kneeling) right is Lauren Snyder, Jolie Groves then Makayla Boyne. Students in Mrs. Dawn Slein’s Biology lab at Triton Jr.-Sr....
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South Gateway Residential Apartment Project Dead

August 25, 2015
South Gateway Residential Apartment Project Dead

The proposed residential 48 unit senior living development on the South Gateway is not going to happen as originally planned. Monday evening during the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting City Attorney Sean Surrisi updated members of the discussion with the NRP Group.  Surrisi said, “NRP has changed course.  Their numbers weren’t quite...
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Vehicle may be Towed and Impounded for Unpaid Parking Tickets

August 24, 2015
Vehicle may be Towed and Impounded for Unpaid Parking Tickets

Parking issues raised by a downtown businessman last month may have lead to the modification of the City of Plymouth’s Parking Ordinance. After much discussion on the policies currently in place, the proposal to impound vehicles that violate the parking restrictions and don’t pay their tickets could have their vehicle towed. The current penalty...
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LaPaz Police Arrest 2 on Thursday

August 24, 2015
LaPaz Police Arrest 2 on Thursday

On Thursday, August 20th at approximately 5:50 pm, a LaPaz police officer initiated a traffic stop southbound on Michigan Road north of 1st Road for a speeding violation.  During the traffic stop, the driver, 62 year old Jack Ritenour of LaPaz, was found to be intoxicated.  After completing the investigation, Mr. Ritenour was incarcerated at the...
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