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Huntingdon Police Reports


Theft — Mark Jacob Rougeou, 25, of McKenzie was cited for theft under $1,000 by Officer Brad Allen after Rougeo allegedly took a bar of soap valued at $9.88 from the Cotton Seed Boutique in Huntingdon without paying for it on May 11. 

Allen warned Rougeou that he would be arrested for criminal trespassing if he went back to that business.

Drug Charges — Aaron Ray Luther, 40, of Atwood was charged with possession of schedule IV, possession of schedule II, drug paraphernalia, and introduction into a penal facility following a May 9 traffic stop in Huntingdon.

Officer Ethan Parham reported he pulled over a 2006 Buick driven by Luther after observing Luther run the four-way stop at Veterans Drive and Highway 22 North. After getting consent to search the vehicle, officers found four Xanax bars and multiple plastic baggies. After being transported to the Carroll County Jail, approximately 1.3 grams of methamphetamine was found in one of Luther’s socks.

License, Child Restraint Violations ­— Patrick T. Noah, 29, of Huntingdon was charged with driving on a revoked license and violation of child restraint law during a May 7 traffic stop in Huntingdon.

Officer Michael Verner reported that he pulled over a vehicle driven by Noah on Cotton Lane due to a child not being in a car seat. A computer check showed that Noah’s license was revoked and that he had warrants out of Weakley and Benton counties.

License Violation, Speeding — Keon Alexander Neely, 30, of Gary, Indiana, was cited for driving on a suspended license and speeding during a May 6 traffic stop on Highway 22 South in Huntingdon.

Officer Aaron Patton reported that he pulled over a silver Nissan driven by Neely after clocking the vehicle at 91 mph in a 55 mph zone. A computer check showed Neely’s license to be suspended.

DUI — Anthony David Beal, 23, of Waverly was charged with DUI and violation of implied consent following a May 7 traffic incident in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Brad Allen, he responded to a call about a vehicle hitting a fire hydrant and almost hitting a house and found Beal passed out behind the wheel in the parking lot of the Head Start building on Paris Street.

After waking Beal up, Allen observed that Beal’s speech was slurred and his eyes were glazed. Beal performed poorly on field sobriety tests and refused to submit to a blood-alcohol test. It was later discovered that Beal had also hit the Maddox Memorial on Paris Street.


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