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DUI — A Huntingdon woman was arrested following a June 15 traffic incident.
Stephanie Pruett was charged with DUI and violation of the implied consent law. According to the report by Officer Shelton Moon, he responded to a call about a car running off the road and hitting a sign on Veterans Drive South, where the officer found Pruett in an unresponsive state in the driver’s seat with the car still running and in drive. Moon woke Pruett and observed that she was unsteady on her feet, seemed confused, and smelled of alcohol. Pruett performed poorly on field sobriety tests and refused to submit to a blood-alcohol test.
DWI — A Huntingdon man was arrested during a June 14 traffic stop.
Andre Hunt was charged with driving while intoxicated. According to the report by Officer Shelton Moon, he pulled over a vehicle driven by Hunt because Hunt was speeding on Highway 22 North. Moon reported that he asked Hunt why he was pulled over, and Hunt replied that it was because he was drunk. Hunt performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was given a blood-alcohol test.
Theft, Drugs — A Weakley County woman was arrested June 16 for allegedly shoplifting from a local department store and for drug possession.
Christina Marie Barker of Dresden was charged with theft of property under $1,000, simple possession/casual exchange, and drug paraphernalia. According to the report by Officer Labe Ezell, he went to Walmart in Huntingdon and found that Barker had been detained by store security for attempting to take $71.15 in items from the store without paying for them. Four small baggies containing a substance that field-tested positive for methamphetamine, three partially smoked marijuana cigarettes, rolling papers, a glass pipe, a syringe, and a cooking spoon were found in Barker’s possession.
DUI — A Huntingdon woman was arrested June 19 during a traffic incident on Hawkins Lane.
Kathleen M. Cox was charged with DUI and violation of the implied consent law. According to the report by Officer Devon White, he observed a vehicle stopped sideways in the roadway with its headlights off. White spoke with Cox, who was sitting in the driver’s seat, and she asked White for help because her car “just stopped.” Looking inside the vehicle, White observed that the car was turned off and still in drive. White also noted that Cox smelled of alcohol. White tried to get Cox to take field sobriety tests, but Cox would not cooperate. Cox also refused to submit to a blood-alcohol test or a breath test.
Leaving the Scene — A Middle Tennessee man was arrested June 22 after a traffic accident on West Main Street.
Bradley Adair of Murfreesboro was charged with leaving the scene of an accident and driving on a revoked license. According to the report by Officer Bradley Roberson, he responded to a call about a car being flipped over in a ditch. When Roberson arrived at the scene, the car was gone, but he found evidence that a wreck had happened there. Officer found the car and Adair in a nearby driveway. A computer check showed that Adair’s license was revoked.
Shoplifting — A Huntingdon woman was arrested June 21 for allegedly stealing items from a local department store.
Zareya Venae Webber was charged with theft under $1,000. According to the report by Officer Brad Allen, he went to Walmart in Huntingdon and was advised by store security that Webber had taken several items valued altogether at $250.38 from the store without paying for them. Allen was also advised that Webber had taken $37.98 in items from the store on June 9.
Theft — David R. Christian of Paris has been charged with two counts of theft under $1,000 for allegedly stealing items from a local department store.
According to the report by Officer Brad Allen, Christian was caught on camera taking numerous items out of Walmart in Huntingdon on June 1 and then again on June 6 without paying for them. The stolen items included a 43-inch flat screen TV and seven DVD’s on June 1 and a 50-inch flat screen TV, a backpack, a box of BB’s, a CO2 cartridge, and an air gun on June 6. Two warrants were issued on June 22 against Christian, who was found to be incarcerated at the Henry County Jail on separate charges. Christian was transported to the Carroll County Jail on June 25.