Plymouth police department reports over 900 calls for service in one week

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PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Police Department responded to 969 calls for service between March 6 and March 12, according to the department’s activity report.

The report shows that the department made five arrests during the week, including a 22-year-old who was arrested for criminal threatening, deadly weapon, as well as domestic violence and criminal trespass.

Other arrests included a 60-year-old for conduct after accident causing injury, a 36-year-old for DUI, a 19-year-old for unlawful alcohol possession and intoxication, and a 26-year-old for identity fraud.

In addition to the arrests, the department investigated a number of incidents, including lost and found property, domestic violence, juvenile-related incidents, and theft.

The Plymouth Police Department also responded to four motor vehicle accidents during the week and issued 11 warnings and three citations for moving violations.

Parking enforcement issued 131 citations and immobilized no vehicles for non-payment of parking fines.

The department’s activity report is released on a weekly basis to provide transparency and accountability to the community.

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