Two Knox residents were arrested after an alleged incident at a Plymouth store.Continue reading
The Plymouth Police Department made two arrests Wednesday evening following a traffic stop on Oak Road.Continue reading
A Plymouth resident wanted for burglary in Starke County was reportedly taken into custody Thursday afternoon. Plymouth Police say Kelley D. Rowe, 50, had an active burglary warrant out of Starke County.Continue reading
Six people were arrested in a joint criminal patrol on Wednesday, Jan. 16 in Marshall County.Continue reading
A Knox woman was lodged in the Marshall County Jail following a Friday night incident at the Days Inn on Michigan Street in Plymouth.Continue reading
Police say a fight at the Plymouth Walmart resulted in a North Judson man being taken into custody Sunday. Plymouth Police say they were called to the store just before 2:00 p.m. EST, regarding a fight between a man and a woman.
A report of a theft at the Plymouth Walmart led to the arrest of an Ora man, but not before police reportedly found drugs in his possession. Plymouth Police say that around 10:00 Thursday night, they got a call of a theft in progress. When officers got to Walmart, they say they found Charles E. Jensen, 45, cutting items out of packages. Police took him into custody and reportedly found him to be in possession of a legend drug.
Ten people were arrested in the early morning hours on Sunday in a year-long undercover investigation called Operation Orthodox conducted by the Knox City Police Department.
Officers from the Knox City Police Department were assisted by the Starke County Sheriff’s Department and the Knox, North Judson and Plymouth Police Departments in executing the arrest warrants.
Plymouth Police have arrested a Winamac man for suspected auto theft. Officers say they were called to the Skylane Apartments area in Plymouth around 2:45 Friday afternoon, to look for someone who allegedly tried to take a truck. Police say they found 25-year-old Levi Clemons.
A Plymouth theft investigation led to the arrests of two people on drug-related charges Monday. Plymouth Police say that around 10:00 a.m., a vehicle was pulled over in the area of U.S. 30 and Oak Drive.
Plymouth Police officers arrested two people in separate incidents who were wanted for dealing drugs.
On Monday, Jan. 8, officers stopped 29-year-old Wayne Austin Hardesty, of Grovertown, who was reportedly speeding and found that he had an active warrant for two counts of dealing in a schedule III drug. He was booked in the Marshall County Jail on those charges with a cash bond of $10,005.
With cold weather continuing, local communities are taking steps to make sure residents have a warm place to stay. In Starke County, residents may use Community Services of Starke County’s Knox location at 311 East Culver Road weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
A report of shoplifting allegedly led to the discovery of methamphetamine in Plymouth Friday night. Plymouth Police were called to the Walmart parking lot shortly after 7:30, after store employees accused two men of shoplifting.
Plymouth officers have made arrests in a burglary incident reported on Aug. 28.
Police say a man entered the Maax business at 1001 N. Oak Drive in Plymouth in the overnight hours on Monday, Aug. 28 and was found by a worker at the bottom of the stairs inside the building with a change machine on top of him.
A Knox man was arrested early Wednesday morning after allegedly running from Plymouth police officers.
Officers were called to the Red Rock Inn in Plymouth just after midnight on a report of criminal mischief. The caller reportedly told police that the suspect, later identified as Bradley Scott, left the area in a black vehicle traveling west on Hoham Drive.
A Knox man was taken into custody on Monday afternoon after a Plymouth police officer responded to a call about two intoxicated people inside a vehicle in the 1,000 block of W. Jefferson Street.
After further investigation, police say Edward Royce, 35, had an active arrest warrant out of the state of Michigan for dealing and manufacturing drugs.
Royce was booked into the Marshall County Jail and is awaiting extradition to Michigan to face charges there.
Plymouth Police warn that skimmers have been discovered on several ATMS in the area. They are devices placed their by a third party to steal a customer’s information. Continue reading
Seven people were taken to jail, following a joint effort to improve the safety of area highways. For a four-hour period Monday, officers from the Marshall and Starke County Sheriff’s Departments, Plymouth Police Department, and Indiana State Police teamed up to patrol the U.S. 30 and U.S. 31 areas, according to the Plymouth Police Department. Continue reading
The suspect in the Plymouth and North Judson Dollar General robberies was arrested last night in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Continue reading