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License Violation — Rachel Lynn Lopez, 27, of Huntingdon was cited for driving on a suspended license during a January 11 traffic stop in Huntingdon.
Sgt. Brad Allen reported that he pulled over a vehicle driven by Lopez on Northwood Drive because he had prior knowledge Lopez’s license was suspended. A computer check confirmed Lopez’s suspended status.
Drug Possession — Ethan Isaac Depriest, 18, of Huntingdon was cited for simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia during a January 11 traffic stop in Huntingdon.
Sgt. Brad Allen reported he pulled over a vehicle in which Depriest was a passenger after clocking the vehicle at 54 mph in a 35 mph zone on Buena Vista Road. While speaking with the driver, Allen detected the odor of marijuana. Allen said he had probable cause to search the vehicle and asked if there were any illegal substances in the vehicle. A passenger handed Allen a bag containing 15.3 grams of marijuana, and during a search of the vehicle, the officer found a silver pipe. Depriest said that both the marijuana and pipe belonged to him.
Theft — Warrants have been issued against Savannah Michelle Whitfield, 26, of Huntingdon and Hunter Birdwell, 25, of Bruceton for theft of property over $1,000.
According to the report by Officer Labe Ezell, Whitfield and Birdwell took numerous items valued altogether at around $1,400 from a residence on Cotham Drive in Huntingdon on January 21. Prescription medication was also taken from a vehicle parked at that residence. Ezell noted that Whitfield acknowledged taking a cell phone from the home but said it was an accident.
Disorderly Conduct — Clinton Dailey Hoard, 35, of Huntingdon was charged with disorderly conduct on January 22 at a local hospital.
According to the report by Officer Labe Ezell, Hoard had just been treated and released from the emergency room at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Carroll County, but, instead of leaving, he went throughout the hospital and out into the parking lot yelling profanities at staff members and others while refusing to leave the premises. Hoard was transported to the Carroll County Jail, and his bond was set at $2,500.
License Violation — Steven Chad Ross, 46, of McKenzie was cited for driving while revoked (first offense) during a January 28 traffic stop in Huntingdon.
Sgt. Brad Allen reported that he pulled over a vehicle driven by Ross on Highway 22 South because the vehicle did not have a license plate. A computer check showed that Ross’s driver’s license was revoked.
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