Shortly after 10 Wednesday morning Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to a subject riding a bicycle threatening to kill a female and her family, put on brass knuckles and rode away. That’s when the woman called 911.
Plymouth officer’s located a subject matching the description given in the 500 block of North Oak Drive. Identified as 24 year old Juan C. Rico Medina of Plymouth, officers found him uncooperative and he threatened to kill a responding officer and his family.
Medina was arrested for Intimidation with a Weapon, Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Law Enforcement and Intimidation on a Law Enforcement Officer.
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