October 2016 Statistics

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Sheriff’s Department Announces An Upcoming Increase In Patrols

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Brown Bag Event at the Marshall County Museum Community Room

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The final Brown Bag Lunch program for the 2016 season is scheduled for Friday, 12/2 from 12 – 1 PM at the Marshall County Museum Community Room.  Local county historians and preservationists, Kurt Garner and Jeff Kenney will share their passions for local history with a end of the season program entitled, “If This Church Building Could Talk.”

This program tells the story of church architecture and its impact on faith using examples from Marshall County churches.  There is a message in the stone used to build each church, in the glass chosen, as well as the shapes of the windows and in all the materials that helped create the buildings, both old and new.  Listen to this fascinating presentation about these historic buildings that are so meaningful to the many  generations of families in our area.  The Marshall County Museum is located at 123 N. Michigan St., in historic downtown Plymouth.  For more information, please call 574-936-2306.https://www.facebook.com/plugins/post.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fevents%2F367384726927438%2F&width=500” target=”_blank”>More Details on Facebook

Wanted for Felony Warrant

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This photo is of an individual who is wanted for an active felony warrant, as of the date posted.  If you have information regarding the whereabouts of this person, please contact your local law enforcement agency, or contact the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department at (574) 936-3187.  Please do not attempt to detain any person, unless you’re a sworn law enforcement officer, acting in the course of your duties.

Wanted for Active Body Attachments

These photos are of individuals who are wanted for active body attachments, as of the date they are posted.  If you have information regarding the whereabouts of one of these people, please contact your local law enforcement agency, or contact the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department at (574) 936-3187.  Please do not attempt to detain any person, unless you’re a sworn law enforcement officer, acting in the course of your duties.