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Huntingdon Police Reports

8/13/19 Edition


Disorderly Conduct — Rachel Shantel Scott of Camden was charged with disorderly conduct on July 31 for allegedly causing a disturbance at Walmart in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Brad Allen, police responded twice to the Walmart parking lot regarding Scott locking her keys in her car. On the second occasion, Allen found that Scott had broken out two of her car windows but was still unable to find her keys. Scott told Allen that someone was coming to pick her up, but at around 4 a.m., police were called back to Walmart because Scott was taking clothes into the restroom, trying them on, and causing a disturbance for employees and customers.

Disorderly Conduct — Kathie Mann of Huntingdon was charged with disorderly conduct on August 4 for allegedly causing a disturbance at Baptist Memorial Hospital. According to the report by Officer Brad Allen, he went to the hospital twice regarding Mann. The first time it was because she was yelling at hospital staff and trying to smoke in the emergency room. On the second occasion, Allen found that Mann had been moved to a hospital room, where she was yelling and cursing at nurses while they were trying to put an IV in her arm.

Contempt of Court — Da’Lon Boyd of McKenzie was charged with contempt of court on August 1 for allegedly violating a court order. According to the report by Officer Angela Barker, officers went to the residence of Zareya Webber at 401 Hillcourt after receiving information that Boyd was at that residence. Barker noted that Boyd had a domestic violence charge pending against him, and he was under a no-contact order to stay away from Webber. When Webber answered the door, she told officers that Boyd was not at her residence, but she agreed to let officers search her home. Boyd was found hiding in a bedroom and was taken into custody.

Vandalism — Daniel Jackson McAlexander of Huntingdon was recently charged with vandalism over $1,000 for allegedly spray painting on a local business. According to the report by Officer Brad Allen, a citizen contacted the HPD on June 23 stating that McAlexander had spray painted “JEN I LOVE YOU THIS MUCH” in blue paint on the outside of the Rainbow Beauty Salon on West Main Street. When later questioned by officers, McAlexander denied vandalizing the building. After further investigation, a warrant was issued against McAlexander, and he was arrested on July 16. The cost of repainting the vandalized building was estimated at $2,500.

Theft — Zachary Farris of Yuma was charged with theft under $1,000 on July 29 for allegedly stealing a drone from Walmart in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Richard Crossno, officers responded to Walmart after receiving a call reporting that Farris had walked out of the store with a drone without paying for the item. Officers then placed Farris under arrest.

Drug Possession — Stephanie R. Edmonds of Dowelltown was charged with simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia on August 4.

According to the report by Officer Carlton Cupples, officers responded to a call about a woman who had been at Huck’s Convenience Store smelling strongly of marijuana and had left in a red Ford Equinox with Dekalb County tags. Officers found Edmonds in a vehicle fitting the description parked in the Walmart parking lot. After telling officers that there were no illegal drugs in the vehicle and initially denying officers’ request to search the vehicle, Edmonds finally gave consent for a search. During that search, officers found two small baggies of marijuana and a metal pipe with marijuana residue in it.


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