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Adair County Sheriff

Reginald Augusta Hallman, 36, South Carpenter Street, Chicago, Illinois, and Allana Jade Wiand, 27, 1801 Locust St., Omaha, were each charged with second-degree theft, fifth-degree theft, and possession of drug paraphernalia at 5 p.m. Sept. 1 on I-80.

According to an Adair County Sheriff’s report, Hallman and Wiand were stopped while driving a 2013 Chevy heading east on I-80 after a Kum and Go employee informed officers that Hallman had paid with a fake $20 bill. Wiand had walked out of the Kum and Go with cheeseburgers and Hallman had concealed items and walked out of the store, as well. Upon searching the car, with permission of Wiand, who was driving, police found two pipes with methamphetamine residue on them and a number of items from Kum and Go. The police were advised that the plates on the Chevy did not match, and that the VIN number came back as stolen out of Omaha. The vehicle was impounded.

In addition, Hallman was charged with felony forgery. Hallman and Wiand were each held on a $5,000 bond in Adair County Jail.

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John Paul Philippe, 28, 408 NE Grant St., Greenfield, was charged with public intoxication, interference with official acts, disorderly conduct, and obstructing prosecution or defense 8:42 p.m. Sept. 1. at the Adair County Jail.

According to an Adair County Sheriff’s report, Philippe was seen stumbling around and carrying a tall boy on the 300 block of Southeast Kent Street in Greenfield. After police transported him to the Adair County Jail, Philippe was instructed to place the contents of his pockets on the counter while he was changing out of his clothing. Philippe flushed the contents of his pockets down the toilet before an officer could identify them, and refused to answer what the item was.

Philippe was released on a $200 bond.

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