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Huntingdon Police Reports


Aggravated Criminal Trespass — Huntingdon residents Jacob N. Borntrager (age not provided) and James A. Kee, 21, were both charged with aggravated criminal trespass and vandalism under $1,000 on Oct. 29.

According to the report by Officer Aaron Patton, Borntrager and Kee illegally entered a Huntingdon residence by breaking out a rear window but were expelled from the home during a physical struggle with a resident. Kee attempted to re-enter the residence but was again expelled, after which he broke out a living room window. Damage to the windows was estimated at $300 each.

Leaving the Scene — Bryan Ashley Green (age and address not provided) was charged with leaving the scene of an accident and driving on a suspended license on Oct. 22.

According to the report by Officer Labe Ezell, Green was driving a silver 1998 Toyota Camry when he struck a curb and knocked over a sign at Huntingdon Primary School on Cox Street, and then he left the scene without notifying law enforcement. When questioned by Ezell, Green admitted to running over the sign. A computer check showed Green’s license is suspended.

Drugs, Speeding — David Isreal Yarbrough, 48, of Florida was charged with possession of schedule I (ecstasy), possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and speeding during a Nov. 2 traffic stop in Huntingdon.

Officer Brad Allen reported he pulled over a vehicle driven by Yarbrough on Highway 22 South after clocking the vehicle at 79 in a 55 mph zone. Allen detected the odor of marijuana while speaking with Yarbrough, and when asked about it, Yarbrough initially said he smoked some marijuana earlier but didn’t have any in the vehicle. But when Allen stated his intent to search the vehicle, Yarbrough grabbed bags containing around 22 grams of marijuana from the back seat, as well as a bag containing nine pills Yarbrough identified as ecstasy, and handed them to Allen. The pills field tested positive as ecstasy. While searching the vehicle, Allen found a grinder in a bag in the back seat.


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