City police arrested a local man for stalking and criminal trespassing. 

On the morning of Saturday, December 30th, at approximately 5:30, Plymouth Police were dispatched to 204 West Jackson Street after receiving a 911 call reporting a male subject who was trespassing on the property. 

Plymouth Police Officers made contact with the 911 caller who told them that 29-year-old, Tyler Stiles of West Adams Street in Plymouth was standing on her back porch after being asked to leave multiple times. 

The police report said city officers were familiar with Stiles and knew he had been given a verbal no-trespass warning for the property.  They also knew he had repeatedly harassed the 911 caller. 

Tyler Stiles was located less than a block away and detained by Officer Schieber Stiles admitted to going to the property after being denied access and was taken into custody. He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and issued a court date with pending criminal charges for stalking, harassment, and criminal trespassing.  His cash bond was set at $5,000. 

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