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Aggravated Burglary — Zachariah Wayne Wilson of 395 Forrest Hill Drive, Huntingdon, was charged with aggravated burglary and driving on a revoked license during a March 16 incident at a Huntingdon residence.
According to the report by Lt. Angela Barker, officers responded to 309 Clark Street after receiving a call from resident Jenny Wilson, who said that she had been alerted by her security system that someone was entering her residence through a garage window. Upon arrival, officers observed a brown Ford F250 parked in the driveway. After being admitted into the residence by Jenny Wilson, officers searched the home and found Zachariah Wilson hiding in a bedroom closet. Jenny Wilson said that she had not given Mr. Wilson permission to be inside her residence. Security surveillance showed Mr. Wilson entering through the garage window. A computer check showed that Mr. Wilson’s license was revoked for a prior DUI. Mr. Wilson was placed under arrest, and his vehicle was seized.
Domestic Assault — Devon Gardelle Prescott of Jackson was charged with domestic assault following a March 14 incident.
According to the report by Officer Aaron Patton, Prescott admitted to officers that he put his hands around the throat of Carissa Shana King and attempted to strangle her during an argument. King told officers that her airway was never compromised and she was able to shove Patton away from her.
Trespassing — Victor Fitzgerald of 71 Prince Street, Bruceton, was charged with criminal trespassing during a March 8 incident at a Huntingdon business.
According to the report by Officer Labe Ezell, he responded to the Little General convenience store, and a store clerk told Ezell that Fitzgerald was causing problems and refusing to leave. While Ezell was talking to the clerk, Fitzgerald started yelling unintelligible phrases from a table at the back of the store. Ezell noted that officers had previously given Fitzgerald a trespass warning not to be on the property. Ezell warned Fitzgerald that he would be arrested if he did not leave the premises immediately, but Fitzgerald continued to refuse to leave and was placed under arrest.