Two booked after search warrants served south of the metro. It was the culmination of a situation that Plattsmouth Police say spanned a few days.
The Cassgram reports The warrants stem from a case where a juvenile victim reported that he was bitten by a brown pit bull dog on Saturday (9/8). On Monday, a search warrant was served in which a brown female pit bull and her eight dependent puppies were confiscated for a proper quarantine. The pit bull was classified as a dangerous animal per Plattsmouth city ordinance.
Then on Tuesday at approximately 4pm police officers and sheriff’s investigators served two Cass County arrest warrants at 524 S. 6th St. in Plattsmouth. The two subjects arrested were Donald Good, age 37, and Marsha Beardsley, age 32, both of Plattsmouth, says Police Chief Steve Rathman.
Police records show Beardsley was booked on suspicion of tampering with a witness, a felony. Good’s warrant was for false reporting and obstruction of a police officer. He was also cited for marijuana possession, less than an ounce.