City Police arrested a Plymouth man after he heard and observe two vehicles doing a burnout and began to race down U.S. 30 Saturday morning May 4th. 

Just after 3 a.m., Corporal Schieber with the Plymouth Police Department was able to catch up to the vehicles as they turned south onto Oak Drive.  A traffic stop was initiated on both vehicles near Markley and Oak Drive. 

City officers identified one driver as 22-year-old Anthony Humes.  Humes was impaired and taken into custody.  He was lodged in the Marshall County Jail for operating a vehicle while intoxicated and operating while intoxicated endangering.

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