Plymouth Man Arrested For Possession Of Methamphetamine Near Public Park

A Plymouth man was arrested Tuesday night after officers from the Plymouth Police Department found him to be in possession of over three grams of methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a public park. Seth Enders, 39, was taken to the Marshall County Jail on preliminary charges of Possession of Methamphetamine and Possession of Paraphernalia.

This is not his first run-in with the Plymouth Police Department.

In April, he was arrested twice in the same day. Plymouth police were called to Dollar Tree after a caller reported seeing a man, later identified as Enders, rummaging through a car and removing items. The officer found Enders and, after a pat-down search, found drug and paraphernalia in his possession. He was booked into the Marshall County Jail on preliminary charges of Possession of Paraphernalia, Possession of Controlled Substances and Possession of Marijuana. He later bonded out of jail that day and was arrested again after he entered a residence he was prohibited from visiting and allegedly caused a flurry of domestic problems. He was arrested at that time on preliminary charges of Domestic Battery, Strangulation, Residential Entry, Trespass and Criminal Mischief.

He was arrested once more on May 18 after employees from Walmart reported a shoplifter. Police pursued Enders on foot from the store and he attempted to enter a vehicle that was waiting for the light to change at the intersection of Oak Drive and US 30. Enders then continued running across US 30 before being tased by officers and taken into custody.

His initial hearing is set to take place at a later date in Marshall County Superior Court I.