09/10/13  On Monday, September 2nd at approximately 6:15 p.m. Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart was dispatched to the Blueberry Festival’s White Tiger Exhibit located in the front part of Centennial Park.  The call was in reference to protesters.  Dispatchers further advised that the protesters had cut an opening in the Tiger Tent that is owned by the company, All Things Wild.  Arriving on scene a representative with All Things Wild told Officer Enyart that a female identified as 33 year old Mary T. Patterson of Mishawaka had walked over and cut a slit in the tent with a knife.  During a brief investigation, the knife was located on a 17 year old male juvenile along with marijuana paraphernalia.  Mary Patterson was found to be in possession of a prescription bottle containing a scheduled 3 controlled substance that was not prescribed to her nor the person’s name on the bottle.  Both subjects were given a citation and order to appear in court to answer to the charges.

On Friday, September 6th at 8:34 p.m. Officer Shanna Gilmer responded to the 300 block of Simon Street where she located and arrested 49 year old Brian J. Vollmer of Rochester.  Vollmer was transported to the Marshall County Jail and held on charges of Public Intoxication and False Informing.  He was also held on an active warrant through Fulton County.   Vollmer was booked into the Marshall County Jail on a $3,005 cash bond.

Later Friday night at 11:36 p.m. Officer Paul Stamper was dispatched to 624 Pennsylvania Avenue in reference to a physical domestic disturbance.  Arriving on scene and after a short investigation 37 year old Eric Goodrich of Plymouth was located and arrested for Domestic Battery that occurred in the presence of a child under the age of14 years.  Goodrich was transported to the County Jail and held on a $1,505 cash bond.  He was released on Sunday, September 8th after posting bond., He will appear in Marshall Superior Court II on October 1st.