Failing to stop at the flashing red light at the intersection of Michigan Street and Hoham Drive led Plymouth Police to arrest a South Bend man early Saturday morning.

Corporal Schieber observed 21-year-old Salomon Suarez-Caballero disregard the flashing red light at 1:45 in the morning.    

Suarez-Caballero had an outstanding warrant for his arrest in Carroll County, as well as a suspended-prior license status.  He was taken into custody and transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked in for driving while suspended prior, disregarding a traffic control device and for an expired driver’s license. 

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