Plymouth Police were dispatched to Plymouth High School Friday, January 7th about 8 a.m. after School Resource Officer Bridget Hite called to assistance with an issue with two students.

Officer Hite observed a student attempting to go after another student.   She had control of one student and was attempting to place the other student, 18-year-old Jay‚Äôvon Taylor in the office but he kept attempting to hit the other student.

School Resource Officer Hite requested another city officer to make her location to assist in calming Taylor down. Taylor was placed in handcuffs and escorted out of the building.  He was incarcerated at the Marshall County Jail for Intimidation, Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Law Enforcement.

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