The caller told dispatch a red vehicle with a black front bumper had stopped near the male and female.
Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart located a vehicle matching the description southbound on Michigan Road just north the Veterans Parkway.
While conducting a traffic stop, Officer Enyart recovered over 10 grams of methamphetamine. Both occupants of the vehicle, 39 year old Gregory A. Mullins of W. Harrison Street in Plymouth and 30 year old Tyler J. Hardee of Maple Street in Argos were transported to the Marshall County Jail. They were booked in for Possession of Methamphetamine, a level 4 felony and held on $3,000 cash bonds.
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