public intoxEarly Sunday  morning officers from the Plymouth Police Department were dispatched to the Economy Inn on North Michigan Street for unwanted guest.


At 2:21AM Plymouth officers spoke with the female who told them 25 year old Charles Chapman of Plymouth and 64 year old Charles Chapman of South Bend were asked to leave her room and they refused.


Officer Paul Stamper conducted an investigation and found both subjects to be intoxicated in a public area.   They were both transported to Marshall County Jail where they were both held for public intoxication. The senior Chapman on a $500 bond and the junior Chapman on a $1,000 cash bond.



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