Welcome to our new web site!
To give our readers a chance to experience all that our new website has to offer, we have made all content freely avaiable, through October 1, 2018.
During this time, print and digital subscribers will not need to log in to view our stories or e-editions.
Aggravated Assault — Kristopher Durance Willis, 42, of 4627-20 Peggy Lane, Hollow Rock, was set to be charged with aggravated assault, domestic assault, and violation of an order of probation following a July 16 incident at his residence.
According to the report by Deputy Chance Townes, he met with the female victim at a local church, and she told him that Willis had thrown a brick through the driver’s side window of her vehicle while she was sitting in the driver’s seat. Townes observed the window was shattered and the victim had minor cuts on her left arm. The victim said she and Willis had gotten into an argument about text messages at their mutual residence, and when she started to leave in her vehicle, Willis threw the brick at her, shattering the window. Willis was not at the residence when officers arrived, and he had not yet been arrested at the time of the report. Townes noted the victim had two active orders granting bail against Willis.
Vandalism — Deputies are investigating the recent vandalism of a vehicle in Huntingdon.
On July 9, Paul Beaton told Deputy Christopher Adams he left his 2011 Cadillac Escalade parked at his residence on Dillahunty Road during the previous night and the next morning he found the driver’s side window had been broken, the plastic door cover was off, the inside arm rest was bent, and the vehicle’s keys were missing.
Aggravated Assault — Elias Bahnam Nazi, 45, of 80 Fowler Circle, Hollow Rock, was charged with aggravated assault and domestic assault following a July 9 incident at his residence.
Deputy Chance Townes reported he responded to a residence on Fowler Circle (not Nazi’s residence) and spoke with a female victim. She told Townes she and her ex-husband (Nazi) had gotten into an argument and his residence, and Nazi grabbed what she believed to be a pool stick and struck her twice on the right leg. Townes later found Nazi at his residence and charged him.