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July Activity Report for Plymouth Police Department

August 27, 2014

The Plymouth Police Department is busy with information calls. The July Activity Report shows a total number of 900 calls for information. Officers made 329 traffic stops, handled 290 complaints, issued 281 citations, responded to 185 9-1-1 calls wrote 131 case reports and conducted 106 residential security checks. Last month city officers make 56...
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Board of Public Works Approves Property Swap

August 27, 2014
Board of Public Works Approves Property Swap

Jud Rouch, representing the Rouch Living Trust appeared before the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety Monday evening to seek approval of a property exchange request. In January of 2013 Rouch purchased the property at 109 Baker Street, a vacant lot that originally had a home that was burned out on it. Rouch...
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Learning History from Those Who Were There

August 27, 2014
Learning History from Those Who Were There

Sophomore students at the Weidner School of Inquire at Plymouth High School are hearing real life stories of WWII from local veterans. A history and English project in collaboration with the Marshall County Museum will end with videotaped interviews of the real life stories of the men and women from Marshall County who served...
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PHS vs. Rochester football game time changed

August 27, 2014
PHS vs. Rochester football game time changed

In the interest of improving safety for all athletes, the start time for Friday night’s varsity football game at Rochester has been set back to 7:30. The heat index temperature is predicted to be near 88 degrees but is expected to drop quickly after sunset. Moving the game back allows teams to take advantage...
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City Council Hears Amendment to Aviation Rotary Fund, Aproves Transfer for MVH

August 27, 2014
City Council Hears Amendment to Aviation Rotary Fund, Aproves Transfer for MVH

Monday evening the Plymouth Common Council heard on first reading an amendment to the Code of Ordinances concerning the Aviation Rotary Fund. The intent of the amendment is to increase the amount of the initial transfer to the fund from $12,000 to $40,000. Money in the Aviation Rotary Fund is used to purchase fuel...
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Sidall Arrested for OWI on Controlled Substance

August 27, 2014
Sidall Arrested for OWI on Controlled Substance

On Monday, August 25th at 2:26 A.M. Officer Paul Stamper with the Plymouth Police Department arrested 22 year old Paul Sidall III of Plymouth for operating a vehicle while intoxicated on a controlled substance. He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and held on a $505 bond. Listeners and readers are reminded that...
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Torrones Arrested for Driving While Suspended with Prior Charge

August 26, 2014
Torrones Arrested for Driving While Suspended with Prior Charge

On Sunday morning at 11:51 Officer John Weir initiated a traffic stop in the 1,000 block of North Michigan Street on 28 year old Jorge T. Terrones of Plymouth. Torrones was known to be driving while suspended with a prior charge for the same offense. He was taken into custody and transported to the...
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Blueberry Sculptures Unveiled Friday

August 26, 2014
Blueberry Sculptures Unveiled Friday

A Bunch of Blueberries in Marshall County would like to announce there will be an unveiling of three sculptured and painted blueberries this Friday, Sept 29th and everyone is welcome to see these newly created pieces of art in the streets and park. At 12 noon the Plymouth Public Library (south doors) the Tri...
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ITAMCO Center Training and Donation

August 26, 2014
ITAMCO Center Training and Donation

As the second year of the CNC training program housed at the ITAMCO Manufacturing Center at the Plymouth Schools starts, instructor Scott Kaser continues to be confident that the unique opportunity there will lead to life-long careers for those enrolled. CNC machines (Computer Numerical Control) are automated milling machines used to make industrial components....
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Coulter Arrested for Shoplifting

August 26, 2014
Coulter Arrested for Shoplifting

On Friday, August 22nd at 4:00 A.M. Plymouth Police Officer Matthew Emenhiser responded to Wal-Mart in reference to a female shoplifter. Arriving at the store, Officer Emenhiser arrested 18 year old Olivia A. Coulter of Plymouth for theft after she was detained attempting to steal several items. Coulter was transported to the Marshall County...
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