Just before noon on Thursday, October 21st officers from the Plymouth Police Department were dispatched to 2535 North Michigan Street, the Economy Inn for a report of a male who was intoxicated and wanting to fight several subjects.
Officers arrived and discovered that 46-year-old Peter Deegan with a Tower Minnesota address was intoxicated and being aggressive towards Police Officers and others staying at the hotel.
Mr. Deegan was given several chances to calm down and stay in his hotel room. Peter failed to comply and was later taken to jail and booked in on a charge of public intoxication.
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