Ora Man Arrested at Plymouth Walmart for Theft, Possession of a Legend Drug

 

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.

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Ten Arrested in Warrant Sweep

 

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.

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Two Arrested on Warrants for Dealing Drugs

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.

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Knox Man Arrested on Warrant for Dealing Drugs

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.