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Huntingdon Police Reports

2/5/19 Edition


Domestic Assault — A Huntingdon man was arrested after a January 20 domestic incident at a Huntingdon residence.

Officer Shelton Moon charged Shawn Bradley, 28, with aggravated assault and domestic assault. According to Moons’ report, he went to 408 Carter Drive in response to a call about a domestic situation. Moon spoke with Bradley and a female resident, who told Moon that Bradley had put his hands around her neck during an argument, but he didn’t choke her.

Bradley denied putting his hands around the woman’s neck.

Criminal Simulation — A Huntingdon woman was arrested January 25 after allegedly trying to pass off counterfeit money at a local convenience store.

Officer Christopher Cole charged Sandra Lott, 42, with criminal simulation. According to Cole’s report, he went to Huck’s Convenience Store in Huntingdon, where he was informed by a store employee that Lott had tried to use a fake $100 bill.

Moon questioned Lott, who was still in the store, about the fake bill, and she told him that she attempted to use the bill at a nearby convenience store, but they refused to take it. Lott said she then went to Hucks to try to get change for it.

Drug Possession — A Bruceton woman was arrested on drug charges during a January 27 traffic stop on Buena Vista Road.

Officer Christopher Cole charged Trina L. Noles with possession of a schedule II drug with intent to resell, simple possession of a schedule IV drug, speeding, and violation of financial responsibility. Cole reported that he pulled over a green 2000 Chevrolet Astro driven by Noles for speeding. When Noles denied Cole permission to search her vehicle, he called a K-9 unit with the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department to the scene.

After the dog indicated the presence of narcotics, officers conducted a search and found 189 Adderall pills and 22 Xanax pills in Noles possession. Noles did not have a prescription for these pills.


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