Two people were arrested for allegedly stealing from the Plymouth Walmart over the weekend. Plymouth Police say that on Saturday, they got a report of a theft and the suspect fleeing the scene. Officers say they were able to locate Crystal D. Fisher, 47, of Knox, and took her into custody. In addition to theft, Fisher is also accused of making a false sales document.Continue reading
Two Valparaiso residents are accused of meth-related offenses, after a report of a theft at the Plymouth Walmart. Plymouth Police say they were called to the store around 11:00 Wednesday night, when store employees said a man was concealing items on his body.Continue reading
Two Knox residents were arrested after an alleged incident at a Plymouth store.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.
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.
LaPorte County police say they’ve arrested five people who they believe traveled from Fort Wayne to sell illicit drugs. The LaPorte County Sheriff’s Office says an investigation over the last few days culminated in the planned arrests in the parking lot of the LaPorte Walmart at around 4:45 Thursday afternoon. Continue reading
A counterfeit $10 bill was apparently passed at the LaPorte Walmart earlier this week. Continue reading
Officers from the Plymouth Police Department seem to make a theft arrest from Walmart at least once a week and Monday was no exception.
Walmart Loss Prevention officials detained Thomas Slattery of LaCrosse and Jennifer Morales of Homewood, Illinois for shoplifting. After an investigation, the pair were transported to the Marshall County Jail on a preliminary charge of Theft.
Police searched Slattery before being booked into the jail and he was found to be in possession of controlled substances. Slattery was additionally charged with Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance.
Three individuals were arrested Wednesday after allegedly stealing items from Walmart in Plymouth. According to Plymouth police, Walmart employees informed police that three suspects from South Bend were reportedly stealing items from the store at roughly 10 p.m.
When police arrived, they learned that Cesar C. Cruz was also in possession of a fraudulent identification card not issued by the government. Cruz, along with Heather M. Cruz and Saralee H. Tillinghast, were arrested on charges of Theft.
Tillinghast was also found to have an active arrest warrant through Elkhart County. The trio was booked into the Marshall County Jail with an initial court date of Sept. 4.
Theft incidents are on the rise in Plymouth.
The Plymouth Police Department has arrested three different people in a week for theft of items from Walmart. The most recent arrest was Monday, June 11, when Michael Dalton of Plymouth reportedly concealed and failed to pay for lithium batteries. Dalton had paid for Coleman fuel and drain cleaner, but did not pay for the batteries.
A Plymouth man was arrested after an alleged shoplifting incident at Walmart on Thursday.
Plymouth police received a theft complaint from Walmart and soon arrived to find 44-year-old Jeffery L. Birk. Police questioned him regarding the reported theft, and after searching the suspect, they found he was in possession of methamphetamine. He was taken to the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department on preliminary charges of Theft, Possession of Methamphetamine, and an active civil contempt warrant through Marshall County. He is scheduled to appear in Marshall County Superior Court 1 on June 19 for an initial hearing.
A Knox woman was arrested by Plymouth Police officers after a theft incident on Friday.
Plymouth police responded to a theft complaint from Walmart. When police took her into custody, she was allegedly in possession of three precursors used in the manufacture of methamphetamine. She was also reportedly intoxicated.
Angela R. May, 42, was arrested and taken to the Marshall County Jail on preliminary charges of Theft, Public Intoxication and Possession of an Illegal Drug Lab.
Three Starke County residents were arrested on theft charges after two separate incidents.
On Monday, Plymouth Police officers were notified that Jacob D. Fier and Michael J. Hardel, of Knox, were allegedly shoplifting while in Walmart. They were going to flee the scene, but the pair went back into the store. They have preliminary charges of Theft and were incarcerated in the Marshall County Jail.
The Plymouth Police Department has investigated several theft cases recently from Walmart. There is usually one or two arrests a week about that involve shoplifters in the chain store.
Plymouth police officers received a call Monday night concerning a shoplifter from a different location – Martin’s Supermarket in Plymouth. Sean McNab, 19, of Plymouth, was arrested on a preliminary charge of Theft. He was taken to the Marshall County Jail.
The Marshall County Fraternal Order of Police #195 will host the annual Shop with a Cop event on Saturday, December 10th at Wal-Mart in Plymouth.
Shop with a Cop is a Christmas tradition and dozens of officers from local departments will take kids in need on a Christmas shopping trip. The FOP raises funds to help 300 children in need during the holiday season.
Over the years, local businesses and organizations have joined the FOP and dozens of officers from local departments to host this event.
Pulaski County Prosecutor Stacey Mrak found herself in the hot seat in front of the Commissioners as she requested reimbursement for sales tax that was paid on some items bought from Sam’s Club and Walmart. When the chairs were purchased, one of the employees of the Prosecutor’s office did not use the tax exempt form, requiring them to pay the sales tax. Mrak said that sales tax has been reimbursed before, and she was unable to use any tax exempt forms at Walmart because the item was purchased online and shipped to the store.