Thursday morning, at about 2:15 Plymouth Police were dispatched to the Love’s Truck Stop in reference to a male subject who refused to exit his shower stall after his paid time slot.

Employees told Sgt. Taberski the man had been in the shower room for over four hours and refused to open the door. The male subject refused to open the door for officers. Officers had to have the employee unlock the door to make entry.

After being asked to leave several more times by officers and a Love’s employee the male subject, 36-year-old Skakir Farah of Sioux City, Iowa still refused to leave. He was placed under arrest for Criminal Trespass and transported to the Marshall County Jail.

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