mug_peyton bailey 3-2021Sunday evening shortly after 7:00 P.M. Officer Gilmer with the Plymouth Police Department attempted to make a traffic stop on a maroon Yamaha motorcycle with no license plate in the area of the 2500 block of North Oak Drive.

The motorcycle failed to yield for the traffic stop and fled the scene leading Officer Gilmer on pursuit down county roads where the driver of the motorcycle was identified as 19 year old Peyton J. Bailey of Twelve Mile, Indiana.

Bailey was taken into custody at 4B Road and Redwood Road where the pursuit ended.

He was transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was held on the charge of Resisting Law Enforcement with a Vehicle with bond set a $1,505.

Peyton Bailey was released the same day after posting bond and was given a Marshall County Superior II court date of April 6th at 8:30 A.M.

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department assisted the Plymouth Police Department with the Pursuit.


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