Plymouth Police Make Three Arrests For Theft

Three Plymouth residents were arrested this week on charges of Theft after they allegedly shoplifted from Walmart.

The first arrest took place on Sunday, when Charles Salach, 39 of Plymouth, was spotted stealing lithium batteries – a key ingredient in manufacturing methamphetamine – from the business. He was forcefully detained after attempting to flee Walmart Loss Prevention officials. Police quickly arrived on the scene and transported him to Marshall County Jail, where he was booked on charges of Theft as a Class D felony. He is scheduled to appear in court on Dec. 18, and is currently held on a $3000 bond.

Police made two more arrests the next day, when the Plymouth Police Department received a call around 4:10 p.m. from Walmart Loss Prevention officials who advised they had two female shoplifters in custody. Kasie Miller and Kristina Shelby of Plymouth were detained after allegedly stealing baby items from the store. The women were taken to Marshall County Jail on charges of Theft as a Class D felony.