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Plymouth man charged with neglect

March 28, 2012

Darrel Scheuer

PLYMOUTH — Darrel M. Scheuer, 61, of Plymouth, was arrested Wednesday after it was discovered that he had neglected a dependent woman in his care.
Plymouth police officers investigated a report from Adult Protective Services that a disabled woman was being neglected in the 300 block of North Street in Plymouth. PPD officers and Adult Protective Services visited the residence on the morning of March 21. Scheuer eventually permitted law enforcement officers inside, where the victim was found lying on the floor. It was determined she had been on the floor for approximately 30 days. The victim was in need of immediate medical treatment and was transported by ambulance to the hospital.
Scheur was arrested after further investigation and resisting arrest. He was booked in the Marshall County Jail with a cash bond of $6,500.


I hope he rots in hell for

March 30, 2012 by Anonymous, 2 years 2 weeks ago
Comment: 13982

I hope he rots in hell for what he did to my aunt!

rots in hell

June 14, 2012 by Anonymous, 1 year 44 weeks ago
Comment: 14114

was no one checking on this women? Where is the family?


March 30, 2012 by Anonymous, 2 years 3 weeks ago
Comment: 13980

wsbt had said his bond was set for $5,000..... did it change?

Mr Scheuer

March 30, 2012 by Anonymous, 2 years 3 weeks ago
Comment: 13979

So this is how you treat your wife. I think you should be taken out of society for good. Is this the type of religion you have. If you still preach and do have a church i hope the members of it wise up. If anyone is planning on bailing him out leave him there. One less abuser, murderer etc off the streets. He should be put away for life with no chance of parole ever.

Scheuer Again

March 29, 2012 by Anonymous, 2 years 3 weeks ago
Comment: 13978

Why is this man even on the streets and how did he get to care for this person that he neglected? The man shouldnt even be allowed to care for a dog let alone a human being. His own child was taken away and lets not forget he killed a child several years ago and got slapped on the wrist and barely did anytime for that. He should of been put away for life. Lets not use the fact of him supposedly being mentally challenged. the man knows what he is doing and his trying to get sympathy and figures his supposed mental handicap is enough to let him get away with things. Lock him up and let him spend the rest of his life in prison or better yet just give him the death penalty and get it over with before someone else gets hurt and dies this time from his hands. Enough is enough. At least keep him off the streets for the rest of his life. If he is let go something else will happen and the next time it could be one of your family members. Get him off the street forever. dont let him out. keep him in jail no bail until he goes to court and is sentenced for what he did. then take him immediately to the prison he is going to and hopefully it will be for the rest of his life!!!!!!

Darrel M Scheur

March 29, 2012 by Anonymous, 2 years 3 weeks ago
Comment: 13977

I am wondering how it came to be that he was in care of the woman. He served time in prison for murdering a child and hardly did anytime due to his mental capacity or for some strange reason. He had his own child taken away from him. He tried to get me to go out with him saying he knew me from high school. I had never met him in high school he is way older than me. He wrote me several letters which i ignored. I did not meet him until he introduced himself to me when i was in a store. Once he said his name i wondered how he knew who i even was when i did not know him and never saw him in my life until that time. It took me telling him i would go to the police if he did not stop writing and trying to talk to me in person to get him to leave me alone.
He is or was a licensed preacher/ minister ( supposedly ) what kind of person even a minister would treat another human being this way. He should be locked up never to see the light of day again.

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