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Huntingdon Police Reports

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Multiple Drug Charges — Cameron M. Orr, 45, of Huntingdon and Marlon Devon McClerkin (age not provided) were both arrested on multiple drug charges following the warranted search of a Huntingdon residence.
According to the report by Officer Joseph Hedge, officers executed a search warrant at McClerkin’s residence on March 15. During that search, officers found 11.7 grams of methamphetamine, 10 grams of heroin, 1.8 grams of marijuana, and various items of drug paraphernalia. A total of $956 in cash believed to be gained through illegal drug sales was found in McClerkin’s possession.
Theft — Christopher Ray Medlock of Huntingdon was cited for theft of merchandise under $1,000 on March 22 at a Huntingdon business.
Officer Aaron Patton reported that he responded to a call about a shoplifter at Dollar General Store. The store manager told Patton that employees had seen Medlock concealing merchandise. Patton spoke with Medlock, who was found to be wearing a total of five shirts. Medlock told Patton that he was trying to steal two T-shirts, which were valued together at $19.
License Violation — James Glenn Fralix of Williamsport was cited for driving on a suspended license (first offense) and speeding during a March 23 traffic stop in Huntingdon.
Officer Aaron Patton reported that he pulled over a white Chevrolet Silverado driven by Fralix after clocking the vehicle at 73 mph in a 55 mph zone on Highway 22 South. A computer check showed Fralix’s license was suspended.
Theft — Felicia E. Sarkozi of McKenzie was cited for theft of merchandise under $1,000 on March 19.
Officer Ethan Parham reported he responded to a call about a shoplifter at Walmart. Parham spoke with Sarkozi, and she admitted she left the store with a vacuum cleaner without paying for that item on March 16. Restitution in the amount of $295.23 is due to Walmart.
Theft — Kelly Renee Wallace of Holladay was cited for theft of merchandise under $1,000 on March 20 at Walmart in Huntingdon.
Officer Labe Ezell reported he responded to a call about a shoplifter at Walmart. Ezell spoke with Wallace, who admitted that she put multiple items in her purse and then attempted to leave the store without paying for them. The items, valued together at $49.67, were returned, and no restitution is due.

Drug Possession — Dusty Thomas William of Mississippi was charged with drug possession, speeding, and violation of seatbelt law during a March 28 traffic stop in Huntingdon.
Officer Michael Verner reported that he pulled over a car driven by William after clocking the vehicle at 53 mph in 35 mph zone on Paris Street. Verner noted he could smell the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle and that William was not wearing a seatbelt. A white powder believed to be methamphetamine was found in William’s possession.
Shoplifting — Jim D. Hughes, 51, and Tomi L. Mosley, 51, both of Huntingdon, were both charged with theft of merchandise under $1,000 on March 15 at Walmart in Huntingdon.
Officer Michael Verner reported he responded to a call about two shoplifters at Walmart. Verner made contact with Hughes and Mosely in the security office, and security personnel told Verner that the two had stolen a total of $79.11 in merchandise.
Multiple Charges — Eric J. Graber, 59, of Paris was charged with driving on a canceled license, registration violation, possession of a schedule VI drug, drug paraphernalia, open container, and running a stop sign on March 26.
Officer Michael Verner reported that he observed a green truck driven by Graber run a stop sign on Paris Street and then pull in behind a residence. Verner pulled in behind the truck and found Graber out of the vehicle walking behind the house. Graber told Verner that he was trying to hide because his license was suspended, and a computer check showed that his license was ID only. During a search of the truck, Verner found an open container of beer, marijuana, and a pipe.
Domestic Assault — Jamarian Keontaye Sisson, 20, of Huntingdon was charged with two counts of domestic assault following a March 28 incident at a Huntingdon residence.
Officer Brad Allen reported that he responded to a domestic call at a Hillcourt Drive residence and spoke with two female victims. They told Allen that Sisson shoved both of them. Sisson, who had left the residence, was later found walking on Tower Road and taken into custody.
License, Insurance Violations — Bridget D. Azbill, 42, of Huntingdon was cited for driving on a suspended license and violation of proof of insurance law during a March 28 traffic stop in Huntingdon.
Officer Michael Verner reported that he pulled over a blue van driven by Azbill on Lexington Street because he had prior knowledge that her license was suspended, which was confirmed by computer check. Azbill was also unable to provide proof of insurance.

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