Police_PursuitA Knox man is behind bars after he fled on foot from a police stop at Oak and Hoham Drive just before 1 Wednesday morning.

Plymouth Police were dispatched to the Red Rock Inn for a criminal mischief report.  The caller told the dispatch center the male suspect had gotten into a black vehicle and was west bound on Hoham Drive.

Office Tim Taberski located vehicle on Oak Drive at Hoham Drive and followed it into the Walmart parking lot.  Turning on his lights the male passenger, 29 year old Bradley Scott of Knox opened the passenger door and fled on foot.  Officers pursued Scott across the Walmart and Auto Park lots and into the wetlands to the west of the Auto Park.

Officer Richey and Taberski were able to apprehend Bradley Scott and transported him to the Marshall County Jail.  He was booked in on a $2,000 cash bond and charged with Resisting Law Enforcement.  He also has an active warrant through Starke County.


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