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Huntingdon Police Reports

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Driving on Revoked, Suspended or Canceled Driver’s License — Charles A. Tillman, 35, no address given, was cited into General Sessions Court for Driving on Revoked, Suspended or Canceled Driver’s License.

On Jan. 26 at approximately 3 p.m. Officer Brad Allen was on patrol when he noticed Tillman operating a motor vehicle on West Main Street. A computer check of his driver’s license confirmed the revoked status. Officer Allen issued a citation for Tillman to appear in General Sessions Court.

Violation of Light Law, Possession of Methamphetamine — Officer Justen Roberts arrested Timothy R. Mayo, 51, no address listed, for Light Law Violation and Possession of Methamphetamine on Jan. 29.

Roberts noticed a motorized scooter with no lights traveling on West Main Street. Mayo said the lights were broken.

When Mayo was stopped, he advised the officer that he knew his light was broken. When searched a small plastic bag that contained a clear crystal-like substance (meth) was found inside the zipper pocket of Mayo’s wallet.

Drug Charges, Resisting Arrest, Criminal Impersonation — Destiny Johnson, 29, address not listed, was charged Jan. 28 on two counts of Simple Possession/Casual Exchange, Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia, Resisting Stop and Arrest and Criminal Impersonation.

Officer Heather Townes responded to a 911 call from an anonymous source stating Johnson was holding a female hostage.

Johnson had an outstanding warrant from Benton County for failing to appear, for a resist, stop arrest charge and a violation of probation warrant and a failure to appear warrant from Carroll County.

Officer Townes proceeded to the residence, where Johnson declined to give the officer her name. As Johnson became more and more non-compliant, Officer Kristen Lee assisted Officer Townes in handcuffing her.

After Johnson complained of a neck injury she was taken to the hospital to be evaluated.

Upon searching the vehicle, a small clear bag with a white crystal substance was discovered that was believed to be methamphetamine. Also recovered was a colorful glass pipe with a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana.