Plymouth Police responded to the Skylane Apartments on the north side of Plymouth Friday morning about 12:15 for the report of a male subject going through cars in the parking lot.
A short time after arriving on the scene Officer Gary Cleveland observed a male matching the description. The subject, 45 year old Brad Morcombe ran from officers and was finally detained near Krogers.
Morcombe had a large quantity of coins, multiple lighters and knives in his possession when officers captured him. He was booked into the Marshall County Jail for Resisting Law Enforcement and held on a $2,000 cash bond.
City officers located four vehicles with their doors ajar in the area.
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