Party bus prompts call to police, leads to Michigan liquor license suspension
Michigan has suspended liquor licenses at a second restaurant for not following the state’s capacity limits. The Plymouth Police Department discovered various COVID-19 health order violations, leading to the Michigan Liquor Control Commission suspending the liquor licenses. Officers investigated and found 50 people inside – even though only 30 people were legally allowed in because of the 25% capacity limit in effect at the time. The other business busted for violating the 25% capacity limit was Wooden Nickel in Marquette. Click here to see the other businesses with liquor license suspensions since the dine-in ban started.mlive.com
Video captures porch pirate stealing from teacher’s home in Plymouth
PLYMOUTH, Mich. – A Plymouth teacher learned that two packages delivered to her home have been stolen from her porch. “I looked at my video and saw that one (package) was delivered and I got a second one,” Rocheleau said. She checked her home video and saw that a woman took the packages. While one package was work-related, the second package was likely from her son and daughter-in-law in Hawaii. She must be going through something too to go and take things from people.”AdAnyone with information is asked to contact the Plymouth Police Department.
Police looking for man who stole from store in Downtown Plymouth
PLYMOUTH, Mich. – Police are trying to identify a man who allegedly stole from a Downtown Plymouth store. The man is accused of taking items from Earth Lore on Wing Street and Forest Avenue. Police did not specify when the theft occurred. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Plymouth Police Department at 734-453-1234, ext. 272 or ext.