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Huntingdon Police Reports


Fake Money — Jerry D. Hilliard, 55, of Huntingdon was charged with criminal simulation for allegedly using fake money at locations around Huntingdon.
According to the report by Officer Brad Allen, the HPD investigated reports of fake $20 and $1 bills marked for motion picture use only being used at Little General and Discount Tobacco, and some were even turned in at the Carroll County Jail, all on February 29 and March 1. During the course of the investigation, a particular vehicle and tag number was identified as being involved in the case, and it was discovered that Hilliard had gotten a ride from the owner of that vehicle to Little General and Discount Tobacco and back to his residence at Hillcourt Circle on February 29. Hilliard was arrested on March 2.
License Violation — Dakota Lee Parker, 31, of Reagan was cited driving on a suspended license and speeding during a March 5 traffic stop in Huntingdon.
Officer Brad Allen reported that he pulled over a vehicle driven by Parker after clocking the vehicle at 70 mph in a 55 mph zone. A computer check showed that Parker’s license was suspended.

Huntingdon, Police


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