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Huntingdon Police Reports

11/5/19 Edition

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License Violation — Latasha Dawn Burrough, 31, of Trezevant was charged with driving on a suspended license during an October 22 traffic stop in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Brad Allen, he pulled over a white Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by Burrough because he had prior knowledge that her license was suspended. A computer check confirmed her suspended status.

Employee Theft — Walmart of Huntingdon employee Bryan Michael Townes, 34, of McKenzie was cited into court on three counts of theft of merchandise under $1,000 for allegedly stealing items from the store.

According to the report by Officer Brad Allen, he went to Walmart on October 22 and spoke with store security personnel, who advised Allen that Townes had taken items from the store without paying for them on three separate occasions. The alleged instances of theft included taking a package of hamburger meat on September 5, taking a package of sausage and diapers on September 29, and stealing two laptop computers on October 18.

Shoplifting — Jacob Saulters, 20, of Huntingdon was arrested October 22 for allegedly stealing items from Walmart in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Bradley Roberson, Saulters entered Walmart, though he was not supposed to be there due an earlier incident in which he was caught trying to steal a phone adapter. Roberson also noted that a warrant for shoplifting had been issued against Saulters by another Huntingdon officer.

License, Insurance Violations — Joseph Ryan Moudy, 39, of Bruceton was cited for driving on a suspended license and violation of financial responsibility following an October 25 incident in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Brad Allen, he responded to a call about a motor vehicle accident at Little General in Huntingdon.

Upon arrival, Allen spoke with Moudy, who said that he was getting gas when his vehicle rolled back and hit another vehicle in the parking lot. A computer check showed that Moudy’s license was suspended, and he could not show proof of insurance.

Shoplifting — Tracy Brian Burkeen, 53, was charged with theft of merchandise under $1,000 on October 23 for allegedly trying to steal items from Walmart in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Angela Barker, he responded to a call about a shoplifter at Walmart, where Burkeen was being detained by store security, who said that Burkeen had attempted to leave the store with three items without paying for them.

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