Wednesday morning, September 22nd, at 3:30, Plymouth Police Officers responded to the Economy Inn for the report of a male walking around screaming.
Officers arrived on scene and made contact with Larry Baltes, 48, with a Bremen address who was intoxicated. Officers gave Larry a warning and informed him he needed to remain in his room for the remainder of the night.
Approximately 15 minutes later officers again responded to the Economy Inn for the same male walking around screaming again.
Larry Baltes was taken into custody and booked into the Marshall County Jail for Public intoxication and Disorderly conduct and held on a $250 cash bond.
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