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Criminal Impersonation — Lakan Marie Evans, 25, of Paris was charged with driving on a suspended license and then later charged with criminal impersonation during separate traffic stops in Huntingdon.
According to the report by Officer Brad Allen, he pulled over a brown Pontiac Gran Prix on August 17 due to a broken taillight. When he ran a computer check on the driver, who identified herself as Brittany Lee, it showed that her license was suspended. Allen later discovered that the woman (Evans) had given a false identity. Evans was stopped again by a Huntingdon officer on October 14 and charged with criminal impersonation.
Vandalism — An arrest warrant for vandalism under $1,000 was recently issued against Perry Harris, 52, of Huntingdon.
According to the report by officer Labe Ezell, a caller notified the HPD on September 29 that Harris was trying to kick in the back door at 511 Hillcourt Circle. After speaking with the property manager, Ezell determined that damage to the door did not exist prior to the incident.
Public Intoxication — Brittany A. Trevathan, 29, of Huntingdon was charged with public intoxication during an October 6 incident.
According to the report by Officer Labe Ezell, he and Lt. Angie Barker responded to a call about a woman yelling and screaming at 132 Shady Lane. Upon arrival, officers observed Trevathan pacing around and rambling in an irrational manner. When asked what kind of drugs she had taken, Trevathan said she had taken two halves of a 5 mg Loratab, and she also said that she smoked “dope” earlier that day.