City police officers arrested two women on Friday for Disorderly Conduct.
Plymouth officers were dispatched to 1921 North Michigan Street, Country Charm Laundromat on September 15th at about 3:30 in the afternoon for a public disturbance.
Officer Krynock found 28-year-old Jasmine Perry of Lakeville banging on the windows with her fists and phone and she was yelling and cussing and refusing to calm down.
Jasmine Petty was arrested and Disorderly Conduct and lodged in the Marshall County Jail. She was released on Sunday at 3:30 with NO JUDICIAL REVIEW.
At about 5:10 Friday afternoon Officer Balsley responded to a call from 2154 North Oak Drive, The Truth About Dogs for a person outside screaming and cursing at people.
52-year-old Andrea Jobe of Amelia Ohio was taken into custody. She was transported to the Plymouth Hospital for jail clearance and then booked into the Marshall County Jail for Disorderly Conduct, Public Intoxication, and Resisting Law Enforcement. Jobe was released Sunday morning at 8:15 after posting a cash bond.
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