Wednesday night, August 2nd at about 11:30 an officer with the Plymouth Police Department spotted 36-year-old Harry Bobb of Lilac Road in Plymouth fleeing a residence after throwing a lit firework at the residence of 110 North Walnut Street.
Mr. Bobb fled on a bicycle before being apprehended near the intersection of West Lake Avenue and South Walnut Street.
Harry Bobb was arrested and transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was booked in for Intimidation and Resisting Law Enforcement. He was held on a $750 cash bond.
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