news handcuffMonday morning Plymouth Police Officer John Weir was called to the Plymouth Walmart in reference to a subject in the store who had an active warrant. 

After locating the suspect, she gave a false name and began resisting arrest. Once in custody Officer Weir obtained her name, Kaila Mishael Tapia of Plymouth and during a search located drug paraphernalia that tested positive for meth.

22 year old Kaila Tapia was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked in on the probation violation warrant, possession of meth and paraphernalia and resisting.   



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