Plymouth Police Units were dispatched to the area of Michigan and Washington Streets Tuesday afternoon at about 2:30 for a public disturbance.
Aaron Chipman, 32, of Holloway Drive in Plymouth was identified and confronted by Officer John Weir. After speaking with Mr. Chipman, Officer Weir arrested him for Battery by Bodily Fluids, Resisting Law Enforcement, and Public Intoxication. He was lodged in the Marshall County Jail on a $1,500 cash bond.
Mr. Chipman was previously picked up by Plymouth Police on May 11th and August 4 for a warrant out of Marian County.
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