Police reports

Tyrone man charged with trespassing

Larry Keith Wimberly, 46, Tyrone, was arraigned

Oct. 12 by Magisterial District Judge Daniel C. DeAntonio on a felony count of criminal trespassing for allegedly breaking into an apartment, court documents stated.

Police accuse Wimberly of breaking a door and entering an apartment building Oct. 12 on the 1100 block of 14th Avenue.

According to the complaint, Wimberly told police he had just moved into the residence, but the landlord told police the apartment was closed and that Wimberly was not a resident of the building.

As officers were detaining Wimberly, police allegedly discovered drugs and paraphernalia in his possession.

The police report said officers seized 1.5 mg of Clonazepam, 1 mg of Alprazolam and a syringe.

Wimberly was also charged with a misdemeanor count of drug possession and summary criminal mischief, according to the report.

Wimberly was remanded to Blair County Prison in lieu of $15,000 cash bail. He is to appear before DeAntonio today for a preliminary hearing.

City man accused of entering home

John Alfred Walls Jr., 28, of Altoona was arraigned Monday by Magisterial District Judge Daniel C. DeAntonio on two felony counts of criminal trespassing after illegally entering a residence, according to court documents.

Walls was detained after he allegedly trespassed at a residence Friday evening on the 200 block of 26th Avenue.

According to police, Walls entered the house at 8 p.m. through the side garage door and asked the resident if he could use her restroom.

After being told by the resident he had to leave, Walls is accused of later entering the house and asking for a phone charger, police said in a report.

Walls was released on unsecured bail of $5,000 and is to appear before DeAntonio on Nov. 3 for a preliminary hearing.

Huntingdon man faces f irearm count

A Huntingdon man faces charges after he allegedly falsified information on paperwork to purchase a firearm, court documents stated.

Shawn Mitchel Kincade, 43, was arraigned Monday by Magisterial District Judge Matthew Dunio on a felony charge of materially false written statement for the purchase of a firearm, the court docket stated.

Kincade was attempting to purchase a Remington Arms 870 20-gauge shotgun Aug. 22, 2020, at the Walmart on 2600 Plank Road, the police report stated.

Police accuse Kincade of fraudulently answering questions pertaining to any court conviction for domestic violence on Federal ATF Form 4473, which verifies eligibility to purchase a firearm.

According to court documents, Kincade was arrested Aug. 21, 1997, by the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office in Florida on battery charges.

Kincade was released on unsecured bail of $10,000 and is to appear for a preliminary hearing Nov. 18 before Dunio.

Police: City man didn’t complete work

A city man faces charges after he allegedly accepted $200 for a work assignment and never completed the work, court documents stated.

Jeffrey Allen Hauser, 43, was arraigned Monday by Magisterial District Judge Matthew Dunio for receiving advance payment for services and failure to perform, the court docket stated.

According to the police report, Hauser allegedly quoted and accepted $200 from an Allegheny Township resident Aug. 25 to complete woodwork on a shed at the victim’s property.

After being given the money, Hauser told the homeowner he would return later that day or the day after to finish the work but never did, police said. On Sept. 10, the homeowner reported the incident to the Altoona Police Department.

Hauser was released on $10,000 unsecured bail.


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