Plymouth police report arrests, investigations for week of June 24

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PLYMOUTH — Plymouth police responded to 532 calls for service and made five arrests during the week of June 24-30, according to the department’s activity report.

On June 24, officers arrested a 28-year-old for domestic violence, criminal threatening, and violating a protective order.

A 42-year-old was also arrested that day for violating a protective order.

Two arrests were made on June 25.

A 36-year-old was taken into custody for involuntary emergency admission, while another 36-year-old was arrested on a warrant.

On June 27, police arrested a 40-year-old for credit card fraud under $1,000, theft of lost or mislaid property under $1,000, and on an outstanding warrant.

The department opened several investigations during the week, including a theft over $1,501 on June 24, a protective order violation on June 25, and a domestic disturbance on June 28.

Officers responded to three motor vehicle accidents and issued nine warnings and four citations for moving violations.

No parking citations were issued, and no vehicles were immobilized for unpaid fines.

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