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Armed Robbery at Pak-A-Sak

November 29, 2015
Armed Robbery at Pak-A-Sak

About midnight on Thanksgiving, November 26th the Pak-A-Sak gas station at 530 West Jefferson Street in Plymouth was robbed at gunpoint by an unknown subject. The suspect left the store on foot and was last seen headed west bound on Madison Street. He was described as possibly a black male being about 5 feet...
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Home Totally Destroyed in Morning Fire

November 29, 2015
Home Totally Destroyed in Morning Fire

Firefighters from six departments, Polk, Plymouth, LaPaz, Walkerton, Koontz Lake and North Liberty responded to a structure fire Wednesday morning at 8 a.m. at 16805 4B Road. The property is owned by Robert E. Swartz. The manufactured home sits about a quarter of a mile off the road down a narrow, winding dirt lane. ...
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Fire at Divine Heart Seminary

November 29, 2015
Fire at Divine Heart Seminary

The Plymouth Fire Department responded to a fire early Tuesday morning at the former Divine Heart Seminary on Union Road. A call came into the Marshall County Dispatch Center shortly after 1 a.m. and as Plymouth firefighters arrived on scene flames were through the roof on one of the smaller buildings. The basically abandon...
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Arrested on Thanksgiving Morning

November 29, 2015
Arrested on Thanksgiving Morning

Marshall County Police arrested two individuals on Thanksgiving morning.  26 year old Dustin Thomas Rose of Burkett was arrested after a traffic stop at 12:45 for Driving While Suspended with a Prior charge. Later on Thanksgiving morning about 11:20 a traffic stop was conducted new U.S. 30 and Cedar Road near Bourbon for a...
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Two Arrested before Thanksgiving

November 29, 2015
Two Arrested before Thanksgiving

Marshall County Police arrested two individuals on Wednesday night before Thanksgiving. Just before 9:30 in the evening an officer with the Marshall County Police Department arrested 72 year old James John Marshall of Limekilns Dunfermlin.  Marshall was arrested for Operating a Vehicle Without Ever Receiving a License About 11:20 p.m. 19 year old Quentyn...
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2nd K9 for Starke County Sheriff’s Department

November 29, 2015
2nd K9 for Starke County Sheriff’s Department

Bill Dulin, the Sheriff in Starke County proudly announced a 2nd K9 for the department.   Zardos was purchased with donations from the community.   Zardos is a dual purpose, narcotics and tracking K9 and was purchased from Vohne Liche Kennels.   Zardos is assigned the 2nd shift with Starke County Detective Sgt. Adam Gray and...
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LaPaz Police Arrest Plymouth Man Driving for Habitual Traffic Violator

November 29, 2015
LaPaz Police Arrest Plymouth Man Driving for Habitual Traffic Violator

On Friday, November 27th at approximately 4:15 p.m. LaPaz Police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle traveling southbound on Michigan Road at U.S. 6.  The stop was for an equipment violation. During the stop, it was found that the driver, Dustin Baker of Plymouth, was a habitual traffic violator. He was incarcerated at...
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CLEAN Team Nets Three More Arrests

November 29, 2015
CLEAN Team Nets Three More Arrests

Recent warrant services by members of the CLEAN Team has resulted in three arrests in Fulton County. Wednesday, officers from the Rochester Police Department, the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department, and the CLEAN Team assisted the Fulton County Probation office with a compliance check and warrant service on Heather Leavell, 33, at her home on...
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Chamber Awards at Annual Dinner

November 25, 2015
Chamber Awards at Annual Dinner

The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce held their Annual Dinner on Thursday, November 19th, at the Swan Lake Resort. Entertainment was provided by The Backroad Troubadours – Mike Lintner and Randy Jones.  The evening ended with the presentation of awards. The Plymouth Chamber of Commerce Awards were presented to: Mr. Dean Byers for the Distinguished...
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Tidbits from Triton

November 25, 2015
Tidbits from Triton

Kindergarten students in Mrs. Melling’s class at Triton Elementary School celebrated Thanksgiving by making stone soup and dressing as Indians and Pilgrims.   Mrs. Phoenix’s second grade class at Triton Elementary School talked about being thankful for the special people in their lives including parents, teachers, siblings, friends, and grandparents.   This is week...
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