On Saturday, April 1st, the Marshall County Central Dispatch Center advised of a possibly impaired/reckless driver on U.S. 30 eastbound from Oak Road. The vehicle was described as a blue Buick, and it returned as stolen.

Officer Vinson with the Plymouth Police Department observed the vehicle ahead of him on U.S. 30 near Plymouth-Goshen Trail. Officer Vinson caught up with the vehicle near King Road and activated his lights and sirens in an attempt to conduct a traffic stop.   The vehicle continued east on U.S. 30 before coming to a stop near Iris Road.

The driver of the vehicle resisted arrest once the vehicle stopped.

20-year-old Louis Mario Sanchez Taboada of Hanover Park, IL was booked into the Marshall Count with pending charges of an A Misdemeanor for Resisting Law Enforcement, a Level 6 felony for Battery Against a Public Official, and a Level 6 felony for Theft of a Vehicle.  He was held on a $3,000 cash bond. 

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