On Friday morning, March 1st, at approximately 12:20, Plymouth Police responded to the Red Rock Inn at 2550 North Michigan Street after receiving a 911 call requesting police for an unknown incident involving a knife. 

When city police arrived, they were able to speak with the intoxicated caller, Alonso Rivera-Jimenez, 41 of Plymouth who lives at the Red Rock. 

Rivera-Jimenez reported that a female pulled a knife out and pointed it at him. 

After police spoke to witnesses, it was reported that Rivera-Jimenez made threatening statements and was trying to fight other residents at the Red Rock. 

Rivera-Jimenez was ultimately taken into custody for public intoxication and transported to the Marshall County Jail.

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