Plymouth Police Report: Out of Control Resident, Disorderly Conduct
The latest Plymouth Police blotter shows property damage and disorderly conduct.
From Nov. 15-21 the Plymouth Police Department reported 36 incidents, which included the following:
• Two instances in which controlled substances were found
• Seven criminal damages to property including paintball damage to at least seven homes and one vehicle, dents to a car, another vehicle’s window damaged and branches cut from a tree.
• Two DOCs, on Nov. 16 officers responded to an out of control resident who became upset when he was told he could not smoke on the 3400 block of East Medicine Lake Blvd. He was not arrested, but the case was sent to the city attorney’s office for possible charges. On Nov. 15 officers were assisting staff with a student who was refusing to follow staff’s direction at the school on the 10600 block of 36th Avenue North and the suspect was cited for disorderly conduct. An 18-year-old Golden Valley female was arrested.
• One hit and run