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Two busted for drug lab
PLYMOUTH â€” The Plymouth Police Department arrested two people Wednesday night after they attempted to purchase precursors to make methamphetamine at a local grocery store.
According to a report from PPD, Earlana Jones and Henry M. Ruiz were located in the parking lot of Martinâ€™s Supermarket and found to be in possession of an illegal drug lab.
Ruiz also had two active warrants through Marshall County.
Both Jones and Ruiz were booked into Marshall County Jail on $1,500 bond.
Driver jailed after hitting McDonalds, tree
PLYMOUTH â€” More details were released about an alleged drunk driver arrested early New Yearâ€™s Day.
On January 1, at 8:31 a.m. the Plymouth Police Department received a report from McDonaldâ€™s located at 2010 N. Michigan St. in Plymouth regarding a red Dodge Neon that had struck the building there and the female driver appeared to be intoxicated.
The red Dodge had left southbound on Michigan Street.
At 8:32 a.m. the Marshall County 911 center received a call regarding a red car that had struck a tree on Michigan Street at Harrison Street
Det. Sgt. Leo Mangus located the red Dodge Neon at Michigan and Harrison as the second call was received.
The driver was identified as Elisabeth Trevino. She was taken into custody and was transported to the Marshall County Jail. After submitting to a chemical breath test, Elisabeth Trevino was booked for Operating While Intoxicated and Leaving the Scene of an Accident.