Huntingdon Police Reports

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License Violation

•Donald Craig Miller, 53, of Huntingdon was cited for driving on a suspended license (second offense) during a March 4 traffic stop in Huntingdon.

Officer Brad Allen reported that he pulled over a Ford Taurus driven by Miller on Veterans Drive South because he had prior knowledge that Miller’s license was suspended. A computer check confirmed the suspended status.

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License, Insurance Violations

•Alvin Dark McClerkin, 68, of Huntingdon was cited for driving on a suspended license, violation of financial responsibility, and speeding during a Feb. 26 traffic stop in Huntingdon.

Officer Michael Verner reported that he pulled over a vehicle driven by McClerkin after clocking the vehicle going 54 mph in a 35 mph zone. A computer check showed that McClerkin’s license was supended, and he was unable to provide proof of insurance.

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Drug Possession, Shoplifting

•Jessie D. Dougherty, 39, of Dresden was arrested on charges of possession of schedule I with intent, possession of schedule IV, and possession of marijuana and cited for theft under $1,000 on Feb. 28 at Walmart in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Michael Verner, he responded to Walmart after receiving a call about a female shoplifter in custody. Upon arrival, Verner found that Dougherty was being detained in the store security office. Dougherty gave Verner permission to look through her purse, and during that search he found a jar filled with 26 grams of marijuana, a clear can containing methamphetamine, a set of scales, and a bottle containing 19 pills. After getting Dougherty’s permission to search her vehicle in the parking lot, Verner also found a clear bag containing nine grams of meth.

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Theft, Trespassing

•Ashley Brook McDonald, 39, of Trezevant was charged with theft of property under $1,000 and trespassing on Feb. 26 at Walmart in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Michael Verner, he responded to a call about a shoplifter at Walmart, and upon arrival, he found that McDonald was being detained in the store security office for allegedly stealing some hair bands and jewelry. Verner noted that McDonald has had nine prior shoplifting charges from Walmart stores across the state. Verner owes $29.79 in restitution to the Huntingdon Walmart.

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DUI

•Allen Ladd, Jr., 39, of Sharon was charged with DUI (second offense) following a Feb. 26 traffic incident in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Brad Allen, he received a call about someone in a red Ford Mustang driving erratically. Allen spotted a vehicle fitting this description on Paris Street and observed the vehicle cross over the center line several time. When Allen attempted to pull the vehicle over, it hit a street sign and came to a stop. Allen identified the driver as Ladd and noted that Ladd’s speech was slurred, he was unsteady on his feet, and he smelled of alcohol. Ladd performed poorly on field sobriety tests, and Allen overheard Ladd admit that he had been drinking while speaking with his wife on his cell phone.

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License Violation

•Shawn Petterson Bradley, 30, of Huntingdon was cited for driving on a revoked license and expired registration during a Feb. 28 traffic stop in Huntingdon.

Officer Brad Allen reported that he pulled over a green Dodge Durango driven by Bradley for having an expired tag and no taillights. A computer check revealed that Bradley’s license was revoked.

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Drugs

•Chad Ryan Depriest, 43, of Huntingdon was charged with possession of heroin during a Feb. 21 traffic stop in Huntingdon.

Officer Joseph Hedge reported that he pulled over a vehicle driven by Depriest because the tag did not match the vehicle. After getting Depriest’s permission to search the vehicle and his person, Hedge found two baggies containing a substance that field-tested positive for heroin in one of his pockets.

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Drug Overdose, Charges

•Kelsey McKee Schenk, 24, of Huntingdon and Billy Toler (age and address not provided) were both charged for drug possession and drug paraphernalia following a Feb. 18 overdose incident.

According to the report by Officer Joseph Hedge, officers responded to a call about an overdose at a Huntingdon residence, and upon arrival, they found Toler unresponsive on the ground. Officers administered Narcan to Toler twice before he regained consciousness. Officers spoke with Schenk, who was there at the scene, and got her permission to search the residence and her person. In Schenk’s change purse, officers found a baggy containing a substance that field-tested positive for heroin, and items of drug paraphernalia were found inside the residence. Schenk told officers that she and Toler had been injecting each other with heroin.

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