Wagoner arrested after dog bite report
PLYMOUTH — Officer Derek Workman with the Plymouth Police Department arrested 46-year-old Todd Wagoner at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Officer Workman located Wagoner walking his dog on Pilgrim Lane. The officer stopped to speak with Wagoner and explained to him that his dog was going to be quarantined for 10 days due to a court order.
The court order was due to a dog bite report. The report states that Wagoner went to 1535 N. Michigan St., Millea’s Package Liquor Store, Feb. 27 at approximately 9:49 a.m. and made a purchase. As the clerk opened the door to hand him his product and change, his dog lunged biting her on the arm. She did not need medical treatment although a report was completed and sent to the Prosecutor’s Office.
Wednesday, after speaking with the officer, Wagoner was able to load the dog into the squad car without incident and rode along with the officer to the Marshall County Humane Society where the 10-day quarantine will take place.
Wagoner was then transported to the Marshall County Jail where he was lodged on a warrant through Marshall County stemming from the dog bite. He was booked for harboring a non-immunized dog and cruelty to an animal with a prior charge.
Wagoner’s bond was set at $2,000 cash and he is scheduled to appear in Marshall Superior Court II on March 6 at 8:30 a.m.