Huntingdon Police Reports
Assault — A Huntingdon woman and man were arrested November 17. Investigator Joseph Hedge charged Brittany D. Layhew, 33, with domestic assault and Marlon D. McClerkin, 43, with possession of schedule IV, simple possession, and possession of drug paraphernalia. According to Hedge’s report, Layhew’s mother reported to officers that Layhew had assaulted her and then left with McClerkin. Officers found Layhew and McClerkin in a truck at Heritage Inn. In the truck officers found a small bag of methamphetamine, a small bag of marijuana, two clonazepam pills, a pipe with marijuana residue in it, and a gum wrapper with cocaine in it.
DUI — A Madison County man was arrested November 25. Sergeant Brad Allen charged Michael Lynn Collins, 48, of Medon with driving under the influence. According to Allen’s report, officers received a report from county law enforcement that a vehicle was on Highway 70, swerving all over the road. Officers located the vehicle, and upon speaking with the driver smelled alcohol. Collins had trouble telling officers where he was going. He was transported to Baptist Memorial for a blood alcohol test.
Theft — A Cedar Grove man and a Jackson man were arrested November 19. Investigator Joseph Hedge charged Tilon J. Milburn, 19, of Cedar Grove and Calvin Wilkes, 25, of Jackson each with theft of property under $1,000 and criminal trespassing. According to Hedge’s report, officers were contacted by Walmart employees in reference to shoplifters. Milburn and Wilkes had purchased a stereo, returned with the receipt and picked up another of the same kind of stereo, using the receipt and the stereo that had not been paid for to exchange for a gift card. Both men had prior offenses in Walmart and were not supposed to be in the store.
Theft — A Huntingdon man was arrested November 23. Investigator Joey Hedge charged Jimmy Maxwell III, 25, with theft under $1,000. According to Hedge’s report, Walmart security filed a complaint that Maxwell had put a pair of $55 boots on and walked out of the store in them on October 3.
Contempt of Court — A Huntingdon man was arrested November 26. Sergeant Brad Allen charged Christopher Warren, 48, with contempt of court. According to Allen’s report, Warren had signed an order granting him bail that he would not contact his wife after he was charged with assaulting her. However, Warren called her several times.