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Top Seven Stories on Plymouth MN Patch in October

What has interested Plymouth residents the most for October 2012?

Here's run down of the top seven most read posts on Plymouth MN Patch:

Plymouth Man Charged with Masturbating in Public

Found masturbating in an apartment complex lobby, Christian David Cole, 20, was charged with two counts of fifth-degree criminal sexual conduct, each of which carries a maximum penalty of a year in jail and a $3,000 fine. 

Plymouth Woman Charged with Selling Marijuana From Her Home

Toni Frances Bauer, 32, of Plymouth was charged with two felonies: fifth-degree drug possession and fifth-degree drug sales, each of which carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

Clinics in Plymouth Got Meds Shipped From Fungal Meningitis Outbreak Source

Though the clinics have not been named yet, there are ones in Plymouth that have received medications from the same Massachusetts pharmacy company where signs of contamination are blamed in a fungal meningitis outbreak that has affected people in the country and Minnesota.

Residents Respond to Walmart at Plymouth Meeting

More than 50 people attended the Oct. 10 public meeting at Four Seasons Mall in Plymouth, which aired the conflict and concerns that many have about the possibility of Walmart being at that location off Hwy 169 at Rockford Road.

Plymouth Man Identified As a Victim in St. Michael Accident

Zachary Lee Jennings, 22 of Plymouth died in a fatal accident Oct. 19 in St. Michael. Funeral services for Jennings was Oct. 27, in St. Michael.

Plymouth MN Patch Election Guide 2012

Local candidates provided their background information for our profiles to help you learn more about them before heading to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 6.

Plymouth Family's Haunted House Thrills Hundreds for Halloween

Justin Smith and his family scared more people than ever with the help of local students in this year's haunted house at the family's Plymouth home.

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