Plymouth Police were dispatched to 1825 North Michigan Street Wednesday evening, June 7th at about 7:45 for the report of someone attempting to break into the building. The property is the Merino Law Offices behind King Gyro.
The Central Dispatch Center was on the phone with the business owner who was watching the suspect attempt to break into the back door via their security cameras.
Officer Krynock with the Plymouth Police Department located 35-year-old Justin A. Boyle on the property when he arrived on the scene. The police report indicates that the business sustained damage to the door.
Justin Boyle, who lives in Hamet was also found to be intoxicated by alcohol. He was lodged in the Marshall County Jail for Burglary and Public Intoxication and held on a $1,500 cash bond.
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