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Huntingdon Police Reports

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Drug Possession — Billie Dwayne Pace, 60, of Huntingdon was cited for possession of schedule II (methamphetamine) at a local business on June 10.

According to the report by Officer James Kelley, he responded to Walmart after receiving a call about an individual (later identified as Pace) who seemed to be under the influence entering the store. Kelley made contact with Pace and while speaking with him, the officer found Pace to be in possession of a small baggie containing around 1.2 grams of methamphetamine.

Criminal Trespass — Joseph Dominique Johnson, 29, of Huntingdon was charged with criminal trespass on June 10.

According to the report by Officer Labe Ezell, he and Investigator Joseph Hedge responded to a call about a trespasser at Hill Court Circle. The complex manager told the officers that she had seen Johnson at a particular apartment and added that she had recently banned Johnson from being on the property. Officers found Johnson at the apartment and took him into custody without incident.

Multiple Charges — Jerri Ann Thomas, 36, of Hollow Rock was arrested on multiple charges during a June 16 incident in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer James Kelley, officers responded to a call about a domestic incident at a Hill Court apartment. Upon arrival, officers made contact with Daniel Bomar and Richard Bomar, Thomas’ boyfriend, who was bleeding from two cut places on his hand. Both men said that Thomas was out of control and that she had cut Richard Bomar with a knife and then chased them both out of the apartment, causing them to fear for their safety. Kelley noted Thomas was up the street screaming while he was speaking to the victims. Officers took Thomas into custody and found her to be in possession of a 14-inch knife. Kelley reported that while Thomas was being taken into custody and later after being taken to jail, she continued to scream and cuss and act in a disorderly manner. At one point she intentionally broke a cell phone and Blue Tooth speakers belonging to Richard Bomar. Thomas admitted to smoking methamphetamine earlier that day.

Drug Possession — David E. Myles, 50, of Huntingdon was charged with drug possession and drug paraphernalia on June 18 in Huntingdon.

According to the report by Officer Zachery Barker, he responded to a call from Tracey Myles, who said her husband, David Myles, was trying to kick in her door at her residence on Paris Street. On the way, Barker observed Mr. Myles walking along the street and made contact with him. Mr. Myles told Barker that he had been taking a shower when Ms. Myles started yelling at him and called the police. Barker went and spoke with Ms. Myles, who said that her husband had gotten angry and started yelling at her and packing his belongings. Barker went back and spoke with Mr. Myles, and while checking Mr. Myles for weapons, the officer found a syringe containing a brown liquid, a small bag containing a crystal-like substance, and an unopened syringe.

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