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License Violation — Amanda Paige Davis, 38, of Huntingdon was charged with driving on a revoked license during an October 29 traffic stop.
According to the report by Officer Labe Ezell, he pulled over a white Nissan Murano driven by Davis, having prior knowledge that her license was revoked. A computer check confirmed this.
Criminal Trespassing — Orpah Dianne Anders, 63, of Huntingdon was arrested for criminal trespassing following an October 28 incident at a Huntingdon residence.
According to the report by Officer Labe Ezell, he responded to a call about an unwanted person at 423 Hillcourt Circle and spoke with Janet Lattimer. Lattimer said that Anders came over to her residence earlier that day asking to use the phone regarding a “life or death” situation. Ezell noted that Anders had been told repeatedly by officers in the past to stay away from that residence or she would be arrested. When questioned by Ezell, Anders told the officer that she had to call her doctor about an appointment, but Ezell discovered that she actually called her brother in Memphis.
Shoplifting — Megan V. Eckenrode, 25, of 521 Hillcourt Circle, Huntingdon, and Vanessa Pendlebury of Paris were both charged with theft of property and conduct involving merchandise on October 24 at Walmart in Huntingdon.
According to the report by Officer Labe Ezell, Eckenrode and Pendlebury were being detained by Walmart security when he arrived at the store. Security personnel said that the two women had switched tags on numerous items and then tried to check these items out using the wrong tags in the self-checkout line. As Ezell noted, Eckenrode attempted to pay $180 for $679.34 worth of items, and Pendlebury tried to pay $35 for $430.37 worth of items.
Shoplifting — Neal Alexander Gilliam, 26, of Bruceton was charged with theft of merchandise under $1,000 on November 1 at Walmart in Huntingdon.
According to the report by Officer Angela Barker, Gilliam was being detained by Walmart security when she arrived at the store. Security personnel told Barker that Gilliam put a pair of sunglasses valued at $14.87 in his jacket pocket and walked out of the store without paying for the item.
Shoplifting — Markia R. Patrick, 18, of Dyersburg; Kiahna L. Noel, 18, of Memphis; and Madisyn E. Bradford, 18, of Cordova were all charged with theft of merchandise under $1,000 on November 2 at Walmart in Huntingdon.
According to the report by Officer Christopher Cole, he responded to a call about three female shoplifters being detained at Walmart.
Store security told Cole that the three had been observed concealing multiple items valued together at $61.68 and leaving the store without paying for them.
Public Intoxication — Matthew Wayne Henry, 31, of Huntingdon and Cody Erwin (age and address not provided) were both cited into court for public intoxication during a November 3 incident at a Huntingdon convenience store.
According to the report by Officer Christopher Cole, he responded to a call at Pockets and found Henry and Erwin in the parking lot behaving strangely. Cole reported that the two were unable to stand still, complete a sentence, or explain why they were behaving this way, and Cole noted that they were clearly under the influence of some kind of intoxicant. After Henry and Erwin were transported to jail, jailors requested that they be taken to Baptist Memorial Hospital to be medically cleared.
Warrant — A warrant for theft of property under $1,000 has been issued against Wendi May Lindley, 37, of Huntingdon for allegedly passing off stolen merchandise as returned items at Walmart in Huntingdon.
According to the report by Officer Labe Ezell, Walmart security personnel advised him on August 28 that a male juvenile had been caught on camera concealing items and leaving the store without paying for them, and later that evening, Lindley returned the stolen items in exchange for a gift card totaling $36.94. Ezell called Lindley that next day and asked her to come to the police department to answer questions, but she never came.
Ezell also questioned the juvenile at school, but the juvenile said he would not answer questions without an attorney present.