Police_newsAn apparent “road rage” incident Saturday night continued into early Sunday morning and ended with a Michigan City man being arrested for Residential Entry.

About 12:30 Sunday morning Plymouth Police were dispatched to 214 North 4th Street for an unwanted subject who was attempting to gain entry into the residence through a window.

City Officer Tim Taberski found 25 year old Dillion Kolivas at the front window of the residence.  Officers determined Kolivas had opened a window and attempted to enter the house.

The police report states that the incident was a continuation from a road rage incident about a half hour earlier.

Dillion Kolivas was arrested and booked into the Marshall County Jail for Residential Entry and held on a $3,000 cash bond.



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