An off-road vehicle led police on a chase through the City of Plymouth Wednesday night. Plymouth Police say it happened around 10:30 p.m., when they tried to pull over the vehicle near the intersection of Markley and Western.
Three people are in custody on check fraud and theft charges from CJ Poly in Plymouth.
An investigation by the Plymouth Police Department reportedly found that a previous employee, Autumn Burnham, created checks without authorization. Burnham, 32, along with 35-year-old Jennifer L. Krueger and 39-year-old Wendy A. Milton allegedly cashed these checks totaling approximately $20,000 at Lake City Bank in Plymouth.
Staff members at the Marshall County Museum and officers from the Plymouth Police Department are working to keep surveillance around the building to ensure safety.
Executive Director Linda Rippy told the Marshall County Commissioners Monday morning that juveniles have become a problem as they are getting on top of the museum’s roof. She said it’s dangerous with electric obstacles and the overall safety issue of being on the roof. Plus, it’s unlawful.
Two people were injured after being struck by a passenger vehicle on North Michigan Street in front of McDonald’s just after midnight on Saturday.
Plymouth police say 21-year-old Virginia Owens and 24-year-old Akashdeep Singh of Plymouth were walking across Michigan Street headed west and were struck by a southbound vehicle driven by Franxesca Dilone, 42, of Plymouth.
A juvenile was seriously injured in a stabbing incident in Plymouth Tuesday night.
Plymouth police say that a juvenile was cut by another juvenile while in the area of the Webster Center. The suspect was later found and taken into custody, but not before resisting officers in the process, according to a press release.
The victim was transported to St. Joseph Regional Medical Center and later airlifted to a trauma center. The juvenile’s condition is unknown.
The suspect was placed in a juvenile detention facility. Police are seeking charges of battery with a deadly weapon and resisting law enforcement.
A Bourbon woman accused of stealing more than $30,000 from a Plymouth grocery store will only have to pay back about $18,000. Halie Zimmerman, 20, allegedly stole the money while she was working at Martin’s Supermarket last year. She’s agreed to pay back just under $18,000 as part of a plea agreement accepted last week in Marshall Superior Court I.
A Plymouth gas station was damaged Thursday morning when police say a car crashed into it. Plymouth Police responded to the Family Express at 1351 South Michigan Street at around 8:41 a.m.
A man and woman from Plymouth are in jail after police responded to a report of a domestic fight and removed a child from their home after reportedly finding various illegal drugs. Continue reading
A resident of a Plymouth motel faces a couple of felony charges after a Sunday night incident. A the Plymouth Police officer responded to the Economy Inn on North Michigan Street at 11:17 p.m. because a woman wanted to file a battery report. Continue reading
Plymouth Police officers are a step closer to getting a raise, but not without some concerns from city council members. An updated salary ordinance was introduced to the city council Monday by City Attorney Sean Surrisi. Continue reading
Plans for road maintenance in the City of Plymouth will be considered during tonight’s board of works meeting. Earlier this month, City Engineer Rick Gaul gave board members a preliminary version of a pavement asset management plan. Tonight, he’ll present the final plan for 2017, as well as a five-year plan.
Officers from the Plymouth Police Department took part in a recent Operation Pull Over enforcement blitz. From May 14 through June 4, law enforcement agencies from across the state participated in the effort aimed at improving motorist safety. Continue reading
The Plymouth Police Department is seeking the public’s help to solve a business break-in. Continue reading
A 41-year-old Plymouth man faces charges of credit card fraud and theft following an investigation by the Plymouth Police Department. Continue reading
A 21-year-old Rochester woman who whose alleged actions bear a striking resemblance to storybook character Goldilocks faces a residential entry charge in Marshall County. Continue reading
Officers with the Plymouth Police Department will be getting a raise.
Councilmen Don Ecker, Jr., Gary Cook and Bill Walters conducted a wage study with other departments around the area and found that Plymouth isn’t as competitive with wages as surrounding departments. The base salary was one of the lowest in departments comparable to the Plymouth Police Department.
A Plymouth man is the Marshall County Jail after officers allegedly found him in possession of drugs.
A patrolman with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, with the assistance of officers from the Plymouth Police Department, executed an arrest warrant at the Red Rock Inn on Saturday evening. When Wesley Drew Henry, 27, was placed into police custody on a warrant, officers allegedly found several grams of methamphetamine and marijuana in his possession along with drug paraphernalia.
A South Bend man was taken into custody early Monday morning after allegedly stealing items from a Plymouth business and fleeing.
A Walmart representative notified police of a theft from the store. Police say the suspect, later identified as 40-year-old Sulton Williams, pushed a cart full of unpaid items out of the store and into an awaiting vehicle with a male driver. Williams reportedly put a computer, DVD player and some cat food into the white Ford Fusion, but left behind other items and fled in the vehicle.
An investigation is underway following a drug overdose at the Red Rock Inn in Plymouth on Thursday.
According to a report from the Indiana State Police Bremen Post, two ISP troopers responded to a 911 call at the motel and found an unresponsive man on the floor. When officers checked the man he did not have a pulse and was not breathing. The woman who called for help told officers the man had used heroin. Two doses of Narcan were administered and after two minutes of CPR the man began to breathe. Plymouth EMS staff arrived at the scene to resume medical care. The man was transported to St. Joseph Regional Medical Center and later released.
Indiana State Police are investigating after a 90-minute standoff involving Marshall County and Plymouth police reportedly ended with a man shooting himself. State police say it happened Friday morning along a tree line on King Road north of 9A Road. Continue reading