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Public Intoxication/Vandalism — Angel Rose Chaney, 22, of Huntingdon was charged with public intoxication and vandalism under $1,000 during a December 31 traffic stop in Huntingdon.
According to the report by Officer Brad Allen, he received a call that Chaney had broken a window at 120 Bridgeman Street, Lot 4, and that Chaney had left the scene in a white Honda Accord heading to Milan. Allen located the car on Old 22 Lane and conducted a traffic stop. Allen found Chaney sitting in the passenger’s seat, and he reported that Chaney was unsteady on her feet, her speech was slurred, and she had a bleeding cut on her right hand, allegedly from breaking the window at the Bridgeman Street residence.
Vehicle Theft — Alex Paul Travelstead, 19, of Trenton was charged with possession of stolen property over $1,000 when officers found him to be in possession of a stolen vehicle on December 31.
According to the report by Officer Brad Allen, he was parked at the old Rainbow Beauty Salon on West Main Street when he saw a black Yukon pass by and noted that it fit the description of a vehicle reported as stolen in Cedar Grove on December 29. Allen followed the vehicle and ran a computer check on the tags, and it came back as stolen. The vehicle turned onto Leach Road and pulled into a residence. Allen waited nearby until another officer arrived, and then they made contact with the driver (Travelstead), who was still sitting in the driver’s seat. Officers found a black BB gun in the vehicle, and Allen noted that the victim of the vehicle theft had told officers that Travelstead had pulled a gun on him.
DUI — Walter Lynn Owens, 67, of Florida was arrested for DUI (first offense) following a December 26 traffic incident in Huntingdon.
According to the report by Officer Brad Allen, he responded to a call about a disabled vehicle on Paris Street. Allen found a white Chevrolet Impala in a ditch and Owens sitting on the side of the road near the car. Owens told Allen that he had tried to make a U-turn and had accidentally run off in the ditch. Allen noted that Owens smelled of alcohol and he was unsteady on his feet. Owens performed poorly on field sobriety tests and refused to submit to a blood test, but he did agree to a breath test after being transported to the Carroll County Jail.
Assault On Police Officer — Robert Ray Bolin, 39, of Huntingdon was charged with assault on a police officer, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct during a December 26 incident at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County.
According to the report by Officer Carlton Cupples, he transported Bolin to the BMH Emergency Room after Bolin, who was intoxicated, threatened to kill himself. At one point after arriving at the hospital, Bolin became irate and started yelling and cursing and physically fighting with officers, striking one officer in the face. Cupples reported that he used a taser gun in order to restrain Bolin.