Huntingdon Police Reports

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Drug Possession

•Marcus A. Holder, 50, of Reagan was charged with possession of schedule II (cocaine) and cited for speeding during a July 7 traffic stop in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Joseph Hedge, he pulled over a vehicle driven by Holder after pacing the vehicle at 35 mph in a 25 mph zone on Clark Street. After getting consent to search the vehicle, Hedge patted Holder down and found a pill bottle containing 4.4 grams of a substance that field-tested positive for crack cocaine in one of Holder’s pockets.

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Drug Possession

•Sean Thomas Bolen, 44, of Baldwyn, Mississippi was arrested on charges of possession of schedule II (methamphetamine) with intent and drug paraphernalia and for an outstanding warrant during a June 21 traffic stop in Huntingdon.

Officer Labe Ezell reported that he pulled over a semi-truck driven by Bolen on Lexington Street due to a failure to follow the route for large trucks. Dispatch advised Ezell that Bolen had an outstanding warrant for drug charges out of Mississippi. Officers searched the truck after a K-9 dog indicated the presence of narcotics, and during that search officers found approximately one gram of a substance that field-tested positive for methamphetamine, as well as multiple items of drug paraphernalia. Bolen was transported to Carroll County Jail and authorities in Mississippi were notified. The sheriff’s office from Lee County in Mississippi faxed a detainer hold on Bolen.

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Multiple Charges

•Bradley G. Shepherd, 56, of Trezevant received multiple charges on June 23 following an incident in Huntingdon and a traffic stop in Hollow Rock.

According to the report by Officer Zachery Barker, officers responded to an incident on East Main Street. A male victim told officers that another driver (later identified as Shepherd) had hit the rear end of his vehicle multiple times, and when the victim got out of his vehicle to speak to the other driver and exchange information, Shepherd started yelling and cursing at the victim and then drove off. The victim provided officers with the other vehicle’s tag number, and that vehicle came back as registered to Shepherd. Officers alerted the Sheriff’s Department to watch out for the vehicle, and, later on that same date, Hollow Rock Police Chief Tony King pulled over that same vehicle, a blue 1998 Ford E150, driven by Shepherd, who was found to be in an intoxicated state. King charged Shepherd with DUI and violation of implied consent and due care, and Barker charged Shepherd with leaving the scene of an accident.

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Multiple Charges

•Jonathan M. Cole, 34, of Camden was charged with leaving the scene of an accident, driving on a suspended license, and simple possession/casual exchange, and Natalie M. Love, 22, of Camden was charged with simple possession/casual exchange, all following a June 22 traffic accident in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Joseph Hedge, he responded to a call about a vehicle running into Red Neck Pawn Shop and then trying to leave the scene. Upon arrival, Hedge observed Love outside of her car at Reynolds Service Station. Love told Hedge that she had not been the one driving and that Cole had been driving at the time of the accident. A witness reported seeing a person running from the scene. Hedge searched the car after detecting the odor of marijuana and found a piece of a hand-rolled cigar. Cole was later found walking down East Main Street. A computer check showed that his driver’s license was suspended with six prior convictions. Both Cole and Love were arrested and transported to Carroll County Jail.

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Vehicle Theft, Vandalism

•Stacy Lynn Hinson, 46, of Trezevant was arrested on charges of theft of property up to $10,000 and vandalism up to $10,000 following a June 26 traffic stop in Trezevant.

According to the report by Officer Labe Ezell, Hinson was taken into custody by sheriff’s deputies during a traffic stop on Big Buck Road. It was found that Hinson was driving a red 1969 Ford F-100 that had been reported as stolen. The vehicle’s owner said that the vehicle, which was valued at $5,500, has been taken without his permission from his property on Northwood Drive in Huntingdon. It was also found that half of the rear of the cab of the truck had been spray painted, causing over $1,000 in damage.

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