Deputy Johnson with the Marshall County’s Sheriff’s Department arrested three individuals over the 4th of July holiday weekend.
On Saturday, July 1st, at approximately 12:15 in the morning, Marshall County Dispatch received a call of a car being stuck by the tracks at 15709 1st Road in Plymouth. Deputy Johnson responded to the area and located the vehicle and made contact with the driver, 59-year-old Steven Myers. During the investigation, it became apparent that Myers had been drinking. He was eventually taken to the Plymouth Hospital for a certified chemical test and then transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was booked for Operating a Vehicle while Intoxicated with a BAC of .15 or more, a Class A misdemeanor with a bond of $1500.
On Sunday, July 2nd, at approximately 7:40 in the evening, Marshall County Dispatch received a call of a purple Honda traveling north on State Road 17 near Sycamore Road driving at a slow rate of speed and all over the road. Deputy Johnson located the vehicle and observed that the vehicle did not make a complete stop. He initiated a traffic stop, and during the stop, it was learned that the driver, 39-year-old Dorina Del Carmen Rivera Isaula had never received a driver’s license. Dorina was transported to the Marshall County Jail where she was booked for Operating a motor vehicle Without ever receiving a License, as a Class C Misdemeanor. She was held on a $100 cash bond.
On Tuesday, July 4th, at approximately 12:15 in the morning, the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department received a call from the address of 14271 7B Road in Plymouth of a disturbance. The caller said her boyfriend’s son, Cody Boehm,26, was intoxicated and damaging things in the residence. Deputy Johnson and officers from the Plymouth Police Department arrived. During the investigation, a clear bag containing marijuana was located in the room next to Cody. Cody was taken into custody and transported to the Plymouth Hospital for jail clearance due to his level of intoxication. Cody was then transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was booked for Possession of Marijuana, as a Class B Misdemeanor. He was held on a $250 cash bond. Cody was not arrested for an alcohol-related offense, only the possession of marijuana.
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