Officer Stuart Krynock with the Plymouth Police Department was at the Red Rock Inn Monday night about 9:45 for another issue when he observed 25 year old Christopher Phelps get into a vehicle and drive away.
Phelps, who lives at the motel, was known to the officer to have a suspended driver’s license.
The officer followed the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop in the Kroger parking lot.
Mr. Phelps was transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was lodged on a $750 bond and issued a court date of September 13th.
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