Plymouth Police Note Increase In Theft Incidents

Theft incidents are on the rise in Plymouth.

The Plymouth Police Department has arrested three different people in a week for theft of items from Walmart. The most recent arrest was Monday, June 11, when Michael Dalton of Plymouth reportedly concealed and failed to pay for lithium batteries. Dalton had paid for Coleman fuel and drain cleaner, but did not pay for the batteries.

Dalton allegedly admitted to police that all of the items in his possession were going to be used to manufacture methamphetamine. He was arrested on preliminary charges of Theft and Possession of Precursors with Intent to Manufacture Methamphetamine.

Audrey Cavinder of Plymouth and Amanda Bowen of Lakeville were arrested on separate theft incidents from Walmart within the week. They were both booked into the Marshall County jail on preliminary charges of Theft.