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Huntingdon Police Reports


Multiple Charges — William Henry Hollowell, 40, of Huntingdon was charged with criminal impersonation, criminal trespass, and resisting arrest.

On January 21, Officers were required to use the force of deployment on defendant, William Hollowell. A resident reported the incident, due to the fear of their safety, and the individual stated he worked with federal government officials. Hollowell refused to show officers his hands as he continuously reached for an item in his hooded jacket. A knife fell from the area Hollowell was reaching in, which posed a threat to Lt. Barker. Hollowell was placed under arrest in Carroll County.

Multiple Charges — Nicholas Edwards Scott, 44, of Hollow Rock was charged with his first offense: DUI and violation of Implied Consent law.

On January 20, officers responded to a call, in reference to a drunk at Reynolds around 8 p.m. Officers located Nicholas Scott, pumping gas into his vehicle and asked had he been drinking today. He admitted to having quite a few beers. During his field sobriety test, Scott failed several tests. Officer Verner informed Scott he did poorly on the test and would be taken to BMH to give blood. Scott stated to the officers, “if I am going to arrested regardless of if I give blood or not then I do not want to give blood.” Officer Gordon advised dispatch they were en route to the jail.

Multiple Charges — Samuel B. Parish, 19, of Huntingdon was arrested for first offense: DUI and violation of implied consent law.

On January 22, Officer Gordon was behind an individual driving, identified as Samuel Parish. Gordon advised he could tell that Parish had noticed a vehicle behind him and he purposely mashed his brakes as if he was trying to brake check Officer Gordon for trying to run his license plate information. Parish decided to accelerate very quickly in attempts to race the officer, all while still not maintaining his lane. A traffic stop was conducted, officers asked if he had been drinking, Parish stated, “Yes I had a couple beers, maybe four or five three hours ago, but I’m not drunk I promise.” Field sobriety tests were performed, Parish did poorly and was taken into custody.


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