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Vandalism at Plymouth Speedway, Police Need Your Help

December 19, 2012
Vandalism at Plymouth Speedway, Police Need Your Help

 12/20/12  On Monday, December 17th at 5:30 PM Deputy Joe Giodano with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department took a report from Irish Saunders of the Plymouth Speedway for vandalism.   Sometime between Friday, December 14th and the evening of Sunday, December16th someone broke through two separate sets of entry gates at the Speedway.  The suspect...
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Plymouth Rock Golf Course Damaged by 5 Plymouth area Juveniles

August 21, 2012
Plymouth Rock Golf Course Damaged by 5 Plymouth area Juveniles

  08/22/12 A second golf course in Plymouth was vandalized by juveniles early Sunday morning.   A neighbor to the Plymouth Rock Golf Course on 7B Road woke up early Sunday morning to go fishing and heard yelling coming from the golf course.  When he looked out he saw several golf carts running up...
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City Police Urge Downtown Property Owners to Watch Out

January 5, 2012
City Police Urge Downtown Property Owners to Watch Out

01/06/12 Investigator Ted Brown with the Plymouth Police Department is urging downtown building owners and residents to be on the lookout. In the past couple of months the Plymouth Police Department has received calls in reference to unknown subjects being on the roof tops of downtown Plymouth.  On at least one occasion vandalism was...
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Vandalism to New Lamp at Conservation Club House

March 9, 2011
Vandalism to New Lamp at Conservation Club House

03/10/11 Plymouth Park Superintendent Mike Hite is in need of the public’s assistance.  Wednesday morning it was discovered that someone had deliberately broken off one of the new solar lamps that were recently installed on the pillars at the Conservation Club House. Great pain was taken to select the perfect lights that would try...
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Reward for Vandalism at Oak Hill Cemetery Grows to $5,000

October 3, 2010
Reward for Vandalism at Oak Hill Cemetery Grows to $5,000

10/04/10 Friday afternoon Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter and Cemetery Superintendent Jim Ousnamer along with Plymouth Police Chief Jim Cox and Investigator Ted Brown held a press conference to announced a substantial increase to the reward fund for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons involved in last week’s...
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MAYOR ANNOUNCES REWARD FOR CEMETERY VANDALISM

September 28, 2010
MAYOR ANNOUNCES REWARD FOR CEMETERY VANDALISM

09/29/10 Thanks to private donations, there is a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the persons responsible for the damage to the Oakhill Cemetery. On Sunday, September 26th approximately 110 gravestones were damaged by vandals. More than 22 of them were damaged beyond repair. Later in the day Tri-Kappa...
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City Begins Task of Fixing Headstones in Cemetery

September 27, 2010
City Begins Task of Fixing Headstones in Cemetery

09/28/10 City employees began the tedious task of resetting dozens of tombstones in Oak Hill Cemetery Monday. During the late night hours of Saturday or early Sunday morning approximately 100 headstones, monuments and grave markers were toppled over, pushed off their foundations and even smashed into pieces. Cemetery Superintendent Jim Ousnamer met with police...
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Vandalism in Oak Hill Cemetery

September 27, 2010
Vandalism in Oak Hill Cemetery

09/27/10 Oak Hill Cemetery in Plymouth was vandalized Saturday night or early Sunday morning with dozens of tombstones being tipped over, broken off or destroyed. The totals are not in but members of Tri Kappa are saying that more that 60 grave sites in the older section of the cemetery were victims of vandalism....
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