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Public Intoxication — Shawn Patterson Bradley, 29, of Huntingdon was charged with public intoxication during a November 21 incident on East Main Street in Huntingdon.
Officer Christopher Cole reported that he was patrolling on East Main at around 12:50 a.m. when he saw a Bradley walking down the center of the street with no shirt, socks, or shoes. While speaking with Bradley, Cole noticed that Bradley appeared anxious and jittery.
When asked about this, Bradley said he had been using methamphetamine and that he was extremely nervous because “there [were] people hiding in the shadows trying to get him.” Bradley was taken into custody for his own safety and that of the general public.
Simple Possession — Samuel Gregory, 18, of Huntingdon was cited for simple possession of a schedule VI drug November 20 at a Huntingdon business.
According to the report by Officer Christopher Cole, he went to The Zone at around 7:10 p.m. after being contacted by Sgt. Brad Allen regarding a male subject who possibly had marijuana in a bag.
After speaking to Gregory and advising him of his rights, Cole got Gregory’s consent to search the bag. Gregory then told Cole that he had a rolled marijuana blunt in his bag and that he intended to sell it for $10 or $15. Gregory was cited and advised not to return to The Zone.
Driving Violations — Rico Jovan Fuller, 34, of Jackson was charged with driving on a suspended license, violation of financial responsibility law, and speeding during a November 19 traffic stop in Huntingdon.
Officer Carlton Cupples reported that he pulled over a white Dodge Caravan driven by Fuller after clocking the vehicle at 50 mph in a 30 mph. A computer check showed that Fuller’s driver’s license was suspended for failure to pay child support.
Drug, License Violations — Stanley Rich, 52, of Huntingdon was charged with driving on a revoked license and simple possession of schedule II (meth) on November 14.
According to the report by Officer Zachary Barker, he observed Rich driving a blue Mazda pulling a trailer on West Main Street.
Knowing that Rich did not have a valid driver’s license, Barker followed Rich in his patrol car until Rich pulled in at a residence at 18660 West Main Street and went inside the residence.
Barker knocked on the door and then spoke with Rich. A computer check showed that Rich’s license was not valid.
While searching Rich, officers found a folded pink sticky note containing a substance that Rich identified as methamphetamine.
Shoplifting — Hannah N. Hollingsworth, 21, of Hollow Rock has been cited for theft of merchandise under $1,000 for allegedly stealing items from Walmart in Huntingdon.
According to the report by Officer Christopher Cole, he was contacted by Walmart security personnel on October 22 and asked to come review video of a shoplifting incident from October 18.
As Cole detailed, the video showed Hollingsworth and an unidentified male enter the store, chose two different items, and go into a restroom with the items.
Hollingsworth then came out with the items concealed on her person and left the store without paying for the items, which were valued at $198.77. A criminal summons was issued against Hollingsworth, but after learning that Hollingsworth was being incarcerated at the Henderson County Jail, Cole faxed the summons to the jail.
Multiple Charges — Christopher Alan Rogers, 37, of Dover was charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to resell, simple possession of a schedule IV drug, possession of drug paraphernalia, and speeding during a November 17 traffic stop on West Main Street.
According to the report by Officer Chris Cole, he pulled over a silver 2003 Saturn driven by Rogers for traveling 48 mph in a 30 mph zone.
While speaking with Rogers, Cole observed that Rogers appeared to be nervous. After getting Rogers’ consent to search the vehicle, Cole found a clear glass pipe, a metal spoon, and a plastic baggy containing approximately 11.4 grams of a substance that field tested positive for meth, all in the trunk of the vehicle.
A search of Rogers’ person revealed a cigarette with one and half yellow tablets identified as Alprazolam inside of it.
Driving Violations — Jacob Sisk, 23, of Martin was cited for driving on a suspended license and speeding during a November 18 traffic stop in Huntingdon.
Officer Richard Crossno reported that he pulled over a vehicle driven by Sisk for speeding. A computer check showed that Sisk’s license was suspended.