Plymouth Police were dispatched to a Domestic Battery at 881 Lincolnway Friday morning, January 21st about 5:30.
After forcing entry through a barricaded door, officers located the suspect and victim inside the residence.
During an investigation, it was determined that 33-year-old Christopher McDonald of the Lincolnway address had battered the female and attempted to choke her.
Christopher McDonald was transported to the Marshall County Jail and incarcerated on the charge of Domestic Battery and held on a $1,500 cash bond. His initial hearing was scheduled for February 15th in Marshall Superior Court III.
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