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Group Arrests In Latest Plymouth Police Report

The Plymouth Police blotter for March 29 through April 4 include several group arrests and a sex related violation.

Sometimes trouble happens in groups, as evident in the most recent Plymouth Police blotter.

First, Plymouth Police report six individuals under the age of 21 who were found with liquor during a traffic stop at about 11:04 p.m. March 31 at the intersection of county roads 101 and 6.

Four Plymouth residents and two Minneapolis residents were in the vehicle. A 20-year-old was driving and citied for driving after consuming alcohol also. The group included two women and four men with one 18-year-old, three 19-year-olds and two 20-year-olds.

Also in the report, four people were arrested for stolen property possession April 1 in the area of County Road 47 and Shenandoah Lane North in Plymouth.

A 17-year-old, two Plymouth men ages 20 and 21 and a Wisconsin man age 18 were arrested after police found a stolen vehicle containing stolen property from a Plymouth burglary. All were arrested on burglary charges.

Thirdly, there was a report of a sex related violation in which the complainant reported their minor received pictures of a naked man via text message.  The incident happened April 3 in the 18200 block of 31st Avenue North. The case is under investigation.

The police department report from March 29 through April 4 tallied 65 incidents, including:

• Two assaults

• One attempted burglary

• Ten residential burglaries

• One disturbing the peace

• One domestic assault

• Four controlled substances found

• Six criminal damages to property

• One DOC reported

• Four DWIs

• Two reports of fraud

• Six harassments reported

• One hit and run

• One liquor violation

• Two motor vehicle thefts

• Two order violations

• Four prostitution arrests

• One sex related violation

• One stolen property possession

• Three tampering with motor vehicle incidents

• One terroristic threat reported

• Seven thefts, including a ring worth $6,265 stolen from a home

• Six thefts from vehicles

Dan Freese April 11, 2012 at 03:02 AM
As a former Corrections Officer, I have seen three generations of domestic abusers and sex offenders. These offences follow family and generational lines and has been virually ignored by the "establishment". End the chain of family violence and you end most of these crimes forever!

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