On Sunday, April 11th at approximately 1:20 in the morning, Officer Arnold with the Plymouth Police Department was on a traffic stop near the intersection of Michigan and Klinger Streets administering standardized field sobriety tests on the driver of a vehicle.
James Watts, 43 of Plymouth walked up and interjected himself into the traffic stop. Mr. Watts was visibility upset and agitated. He gave Officer Arnold a small bag of methamphetamine and advised that he was upset with the chemical structure of the substance and that he was being poisoned because someone was adding extra cleaners to the substance.
The driver of the vehicle was released from the scene without any criminal charges.
Mr. Watts was arrested for possession of methamphetamine and public intoxication and incarcerated at the Marshall County Jail. He was held on a $1,500 cash bond and released on April 13th with NO Judicial Review.