Huntingdon Police Reports

Vehicle Theft Reported

•Officers are looking into the possible theft of a vehicle.

Huntingdon resident Cary Eskew told Officer Zachery Barker on Sept. 22 that Robyn Russell rented a 20-foot U-Haul truck on Aug. 10 and has never returned the truck. Eskew said the company has made several attempts to contact her, but she has not responded to messages or tried contacting the company.

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License Violation

•Kaelin Dwayne Willis, 24, of Camden was charged with driving on a revoked license during a Sept. 19 traffic stop in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Shelton Moon, he pulled over a silver 2001 Nissan driven by Willis because he had prior knowledge that Willis did not have a valid driver’s license. A computer check confirmed that Willis’ license was revoked due to a prior DUI conviction.

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License, Parking Violations

*Kalem Phillip Pardue, 25, of Hollow Rock was cited for driving on a suspended license, parking in a fire lane, and violation of financial responsibility on Sept. 14.

According to the report by Officer Christopher Cole, he observed a white 2004 Oldsmobile Alero driven by Pardue parked in the fire lane at Walmart in Huntingdon. When Cole made contact with Pardue, he was unable to provide proof of insurance, and a computer check showed that his license was suspended.

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Theft, Trespassing

•Shelby Nicole Mahr, 29, of Camden was charged with theft of merchandise under $1,000 and criminal trespassing on Sept. 11 at Walmart in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Zachary Barker, he responded to Walmart after receiving a call about a shoplifter. Mahr was allegedly caught stealing items by store security. All items were recovered, but as the items can’t be resold, restitution of $37.78 is owed to Walmart. Barker noted that Mahr was warned not to be at Walmart earlier this year.

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Drug Charges

•Jamie P. O’Mahony, 21, of Huntingdon was cited for simple possession, and Jennifer D. Sublett, 20, of Cedar Grove was cited for simple possession and possession of drug paraphernalia during a Sept. 10 incident in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Kodie Edwards, he responded to a possible domestic situation at Murphy USA, and upon arrival he was pointed to a vehicle leaving the scene. Edwards stopped the vehicle in the Hucks parking lot. As Edwards approached the vehicle, the driver, later identified as O’Mahony, threw the keys out the window and started talking. Edwards observed a small caliber pistol sitting beside O’Mahony in the driver’s seat, and Edwards detected the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. O’Mahony refused to provide identification, but eventually gave his name. Sublett was brought to the scene from Murphy USA by civilians in another vehicle. While searching the vehicle O’Mahony was driving, officers found approximately seven grams of a substance believed to be marijuana, as well as the .22-caliber pistol. Officers also searched Sublett’s purse, which was in the vehicle, and found approximately 0.3 grams of a substance believed to be methamphetamine and a marijuana grinder.

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License Violation

•William A. Hollowell, 59, of Huntingdon was charged with driving on a revoked license following a Sept. 9 incident in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Kodie Edwards, he responded to a call about an accident at a residence on Bridgeman Street and spoke with a female resident. She told Edwards that she had heard a loud crash, and when she went outside, she found her parked 2005 Buick Rainer knocked sideways with a major dent in the rear passenger side bumper. She said she then saw a black Dodge car driven by a male with a female passenger take off southbound on Bridgeman Street. She said the car turned around, came back by, and parked at a Drew Court address. Edwards went to that address and spoke with Hollowell and Denise Tooley. Hollowell said he wasn’t driving the car, but Tooley and witnesses said that he was the driver. Edwards observed that the car, a 2006 black Dodge Stratus, had accident damage and was leaking fluids. A computer check showed that Hollowell’s license was revoked.

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