Plymouth police report multiple arrests, incidents over week

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PLYMOUTH — Police in Plymouth have reported a busy week with 634 calls for service, culminating in several arrests and multiple investigations according to their activity report released for March 25 to March 31.

Throughout the week, the department made five notable arrests.

On March 25, a 37-year-old individual was detained for possession of controlled drugs in the Schedule 1-4 category.

Two days later, on March 27, police arrested a 42-year-old and a 35-year-old on separate bench warrants.

A 28-year-old was taken into custody on March 28 for DUI impairment, and the sequence of arrests concluded with a 21-year-old being charged on March 29 for a noise violation under the Disorderly Actions Ordinance.

In addition to the arrests, the department was engaged in various investigative activities, which included handling juvenile-related incidents, reports of lost or found property, animal complaints, and assisting other agencies.

Noteworthy cases included theft under $1,000, a simple assault involving physical contact or bodily injury, a violation of a protective order, the possession of explosives, and a dog reported as a menace, nuisance, or vicious.

Traffic incidents were also a part of the weekly report.

Plymouth Police responded to one motor vehicle accident.

They issued 11 warnings for moving violations and handed out three citations for similar offenses.

In terms of parking enforcement, 52 parking citations were issued, and one vehicle was immobilized for non-payment of fines.

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