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Forgery — Officer Ryan White charged Lindsey Cary, 26, of Huntingdon with forgery after she presented two checks to a local bank that were forged on a bank account of a Lexington woman. The incident occurred on February 12 and officers finally located the victim on March 19. The checks were in the amount of $984 and $758. Cary was charged with two counts of forgery.
Forgery — Officer Ryan White charged Laren Newmon, 29 of County Farm Lane, Huntingdon with forgery after she attempted to deposit forged checks on two individuals at a McKenzie bank. The incident occurred on February 11. The total amount was $2,086 for the checks and Newmon received $1,563.61 in cash.
The defendant attempted to cash another check from a Huntingdon business at a bank in Bemis. Three warrants were served on Cary while she was incarcerated at Henderson County Jail.
Violation of Order of Protection — Officer Dalton Raspberry charged Silas Parker, 45, McKenzie with Violation of Order of Protection on March 14. His ex-wife showed officers incoming phone calls from Parker, who was not to contact her. He was cited and was to report to jail for booking.
Resisting Arrest, Simple Possession — Officer Dalton Raspberry arrested Rashad Javon Brown, 32, of Memphis after he took his sister’s vehicle from Walnut Circle without permission on March 16. Sharmaine Algee reported her brother took the vehicle. He was stopped in Huntingdon and he gave officers a phone number of a woman who pretended to be his sister and said she did not want to press charges. MPD officers were summoned to an argument on Walnut Circle and found Brown and his sister arguing. She said she was not phoned by HPD and wanted to press charges. Brown was arrested and found to have two glass smoking pipes, crack cocaine. He was handcuffed and momentarily remained calm and then attempted to flee. He was twice tased to subdue him. He was transported to Carroll County Jail.
Driving While Suspended — Officer Jeremiah Brooks charged Steven Whiteside, 42, Dresden with Driving on a Suspended License after his vehicle was stopped after disregarding the Move Over law on March 18. Officer Brooks had another car stopped and Whiteside failed to move to the left lane to provide adequate space. He was cited into Carroll County Court.
Violation of Order of Protection — Officer Jeffrey Lowden charged Wesley McCaskill, Jr., 53, with Violation of an Order of Protection after Officer Lowden saw McCaskill leaving a residence of a person with the order against him. The incident occurred on March 22 and McCaskill was transported to Carroll County Jail.