When officers arrived, the male fled the scene. As officers were leaving the male subject showed up and the male was later found in his vehicle on 6B Road off Plymouth Laporte Trail.
Officers offered the driver, later identified as Brandon McClain, 32, of Plymouth standardized field sobriety testing.
McClain was later transported to the hospital for a certified chemical test and then transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was booked for: Operating a motor vehicle While Intoxicated .08% or more, OWI-Endangerment and Intimidation.
A mandatory 24-hour hold was placed on Brandon McClain for the intimidation charge. He was given a cash bond of $1505 which he posted Monday morning, May 3rd. McClain was released with a Marshall Superior Court II initial hearing date of May 18th.
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