Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

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Theft

•Deputies are looking into the recent theft of a firearm from a residence near Huntingdon.

Ronnie Cole told deputies on Sept. 9 that someone had broken into a house at 1165 Lakewood Lake Lane. Cole said the residence is uninhabited, but it does contain furniture and other items. Cole said he found that an antique Sears and Robuck 12-guage shotgun was missing from the residence. No other items were reported as stolen.

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Theft

•Deputies are investigating the recent theft of a firearm from a residence near McKenzie.

Robert Justin Cagle told deputies on Sept. 23 that someone had taken his Glock 23 pistol valued at $800 from his residence at 2123 Pace Road. Cagle said he believed the theft occurred between Sept. 14 and Sept. 16. No other items were reported as missing.

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Aggravated Burglary

•Gregory Mikel Williams, 33, of 118 Forth Avenue, Huntingdon, was charged with burglary and aggravated burglary on Sept. 22.

According to the report by Deputy Steven Scott, he responded to a call about a male subject at the front door of a residence on Northwood Drive in Huntingdon. Upon arrival, an employee with Project Lifeline told Scott that he was transporting Williams to rehab when Williams asked him to stop at the residence to speak with a female resident. The female resident told Scott that Williams walked into her home while she was in her bedroom, but she would not press charges if Williams would go to rehab. Williams said he was afraid of the Project Lifeline driver because he did not know him, so the female resident agreed to drive Williams to rehab. Later that night, she called the Sheriff’s Department stating that Williams refused to stay at rehab and that she wanted to press charges for the earlier incident.

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Theft

•Deputies are looking into the recent theft of items from private property near McKenzie.

William Glass told deputies on Sept. 21 that several items belonging to him were stolen from property at 8155 Highway 423. Glass said that he was in the process of moving to that address and that he had last seen the items at around 8 p.m. on Sept. 20. Glass said he noticed that the items were missing when he returned to the property at around 5 p.m. on Sept. 21. Reported as stolen were a leaf blower rack valued at $400, a metal tool box valued at $100, two dog houses valued at $100, a leaf blower back pack valued at $400, a weed eater valued at $220, and two vehicle ramps valued at $100.

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Multiple Charges

•Shaun Allen Uhrick, 40, of Camden was charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent, evading arrest, resisting arrest, reckless driving, violation of financial responsibility, unregistered vehicle, failure to exercise due care, speeding, possession of drug paraphernalia, and unlawful removal of registration plates following a high speed pursuit on Sept. 22.

According to the report by Deputy Steven Scott, he attempted to pull over a motorcycle driven by Uhrick after observing the vehicle traveling 40 mph in a 25 mph zone on Lexington Street in Bruceton. The motorcycle did not stop after Scott activated his blue lights and siren, and a high speed pursuit ensued, reaching speeds over 100 mph on Rowland Mill Road. The chase ended when the motorcycle crashed on a curve. When Uhrick attempted to flee on foot, Scott tased him and took him into custody. Approximately 5.2 grams of a substance believed to be meth, a digital scale, $450 in cash, and a glass pipe with white residue were found in Uhrick’s possession. A computer check showed that Uhrick’s license was suspended.

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License Violation

•Sandra Ann Sayles, 40, of Camden was cited for driving on a suspended license (fourth offense) during a Sept. 19 traffic stop in Bruceton.

According to the report by Deputy Cody Walker, he pulled over a vehicle driven by Sayles after observing the vehicle turn around at a road block on Highway 70. A computer check showed that Sayles’ license was suspended.

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Theft, License Violation

•Gaylon Lamar Wood, 34, of Lexington was charged with driving on a revoked license (fifth offense) and theft under $1,000, and Heather Wallace (age and address not provided) was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia during a Sept. 19 traffic stop in Bruceton.

According to the report by Deputy Steven Scott, he pulled over a vehicle driven by Wood with Wallace as a passenger due to failure to maintain lane. A computer check showed that Wood’s license was revoked. A check of the vehicle’s license plate came back as stolen from Henderson County. A glass pipe and digital scales were found in Wallace’s purse.

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