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Court Orders Todd Wagoner’s Dog Euthanized

March 7, 2012
Court Orders Todd Wagoner’s Dog Euthanized

  03/08/ Last week, Plymouth Police Officer Derek Workman arrested 46 year old Todd Wagoner on a warrant for harboring a non-immunized dog and cruelty to an animal with a prior charge.  At that same time Wagoner’s dog, Shyrtkee, a wolf-dog hybrid was transported to the Marshall County Humane Society for a mandatory 10...
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Todd Wagoner Arrested on Warrant for Dog Bite Report

March 1, 2012
Todd Wagoner Arrested on Warrant for Dog Bite Report

    03/02/12  Officer Derek Workman with the Plymouth Police Department arrested 46 year old Todd Wagoner at 5 p.m. Wednesday. Officer Workman located Mr. Wagoner walking his dog on Pilgrim Lane. The officer stopped to speak with Wagoner and explained to him that his dog was going to be quarantined for 10 days due...
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Todd Wagoner Released on Plea Deal

January 31, 2011

02/01/11 Thursday morning 46 year old Todd Wagoner, who is listed as homeless from Plymouth was released from the Marshall County Jail for time served after a plea deal was reached in court.  Wagoner was arrested on January 13th after city police received a complaint of his dog being tied up outside a Plymouth...
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Todd Wagoner Arrested, Wolf Dog Taken to Shelter

January 14, 2011
Todd Wagoner Arrested, Wolf Dog Taken to Shelter

01/17/11  At 5:23 PM Thursday Plymouth Police Officer’s responded to the Mayflower Tavern at 1111West Jefferson Street after receiving a complaint that 46 year old Todd Wagoner had been in the bar since noon and his wolf dog had been tied outside.  Wagoner having been ordered by Superior Court 1 Judge Rob Bowen to...
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Judge Rules that a “Wolf-Hybrid” Dog Be Returned to Owner.

July 2, 2010
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  7/02/10 A homeless Plymouth man, Todd Wagoner, will be allowed to keep his dog Shyrtkee despite the fact that the City of Plymouth was seeking to have the animal euthanized. Judge Robert Bowen, Marshall County Superior Court I, ruled late Friday afternoon that the dog should be returned to Wagoner. Bowen said, “I...
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