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Aggravated Assault — Alvin Dark McClerkin, 69, of 120 Bridgeman Street, Lot #9, Huntingdon, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon following a Sept. 16 incident at his residence.
Sgt. Brad Allen reported that he responded to a call at McClerkin’s residence and spoke with Donald Miller, who said that McClerkin had pulled a gun on him and accused him of taking his wallet back on Sept. 10. Miller said he had not stolen McClerkin’s wallet. McClerkin told Allen that he had pulled a gun on Miller for stealing his wallet.
License Violation — Amanda Fay Jowers, 44, of Huntingdon was cited for driving while suspended (first offense) during a Sept. 16 traffic stop in Huntingdon.
Sgt. Brad Allen reported that he pulled over a vehicle driven by Jowers because he had prior knowledge that her driver’s license was suspended. A computer check confirmed her suspended status.
Various Charges — Jacoby T. Haynie, 24, of Lexington and Logan C. Gantt, 20, of 383 Cotton Lane, Huntingdon, were both arrested on various charges during a Sept. 19 traffic stop in Huntingdon.
Officer James Kelley reported that the HPD received a call about Haynie driving by his ex-girlfriend’s birthday party at Sesquicentennial Park, during which time Haynie and another person in the vehicle allegedly yelled out the window and brandished a pistol. Kelley pulled over a vehicle driven by Haynie on Buena Vista Road and identified Gantt and a 17-year-old female juvenile as passengers. A computer check showed that Haynie’s license was suspended. Several beer cans were found in the vehicle, and Gantt told the officer that he had been drinking and giving beer to the juvenile. Haynie said he had driven Gantt and the juvenile to get beer and was driving them around while they drank. Haynie and Gantt were transported to jail, and the juvenile was released to her father.
Accessory, Resisting — Cathy Fitzgerald, 56, of Huntingdon was charged with accessory after the fact and resisting arrest on Sept. 14.
According to the report by Officer Labe Ezell, Fitzgerald harbored her son, Samuel Gregory, who had an active felony warrant for aggravated sexual battery of a child, and concealed Gregory inside her residence in an effort to prevent law enforcement from taking him into custody. The report also states that Fitzgerald obstructed U.S. Marshals by using physical force against them while they were trying to arrest her son.
License Violation — Samuel Gregory, 19, of Huntingdon was cited for driving without a license during a Sept. 19 traffic stop on Barnett Street.
Officer Labe Ezell reported that he pulled over a blue Ford Taurus driven by Gregory due to prior knowledge that Gregory did not have a driver’s license. A computer check confirmed this.
Theft — Johnnyez Chantilla Johnson, 22, of Memphis was charged with theft involving merchandise and possession of stolen property under $1,000 on Sept. 15 at Walmart in Huntingdon.
According to the report by Officer Angela Barker, Johnson was taken into custody for allegedly taking items valued at $349.97 from the electronics department and attempting to return them as if he had purchased them. A vacuum cleaner valued at $86.70 that had been stolen from the Walmart in Humboldt was found in Johnson’s vehicle.
License Violation — Tammy Therese Toth, 57, of Bruceton was cited for driving on a revoked license during a Sept. 16 traffic stop in Huntingdon.
Officer Ethan Parham reported that he pulled over a 2003 gold Ford Taurus driven by Toth on High Street. A computer check showed that Toth’s license was revoked.
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