Lancaster County Circuit Court Report


LANCASTER—Judge R. Michael McKenney recently presided over the following cases in Lancaster County Circuit Court.

On June 23, a felony case against Troy Donovan Bullock of Irvington on three charges of distribution of a controlled substance was withdrawn.

On June 30:

Allen C. Conaway of Wicomico Church pled guilty to two amended charges of Class 1 misdemeanor petit larceny. He was sentenced to 12 months with 6 months suspended, ordered to pay $180 restitution, two years of probation and banned from Dominion Express. Probation violation charges will be heard August 25.

Brandy Nicole Bartron of Newport News had a probation violation charge nolle prosequi and a second dismissed because the notice of service went to the wrong address. She was ordered to have an interlocking device installed on her vehicle.

Keonte Richon Walters of Kilmarnock was set for trial on September 29 on five charges of felony distribution of schedule I/II drugs.

Maria F. Thompson was set for trial August 18 on 9 felonies and 4 misdemeanors of forgery. She was granted a $10,000 unsecured bond.

Patrick Arthur Tuck of Callao did not appear on a felony probation violation. According to his attorney, the shelter where he was residing has closed and his current location is unknown. The case was continued to July 21 to give his attorney time to locate him.

Ella Louise Hardy of Kilmarnock pled guilty to amended charges of accommodating a drug buy. A pre-sentence investigation was ordered. The case was set for October 6.

Gary Riddell Rich of Kilmarnock had a charge of felony distribution of schedule I/II drugs nolle prosequi.

Terrence Marcel Clarke of Kilmarnock was arraigned on charges of distribution of schedule I/II drugs. Trial will be set July 28. He was awarded a court appointed attorney.

The trial of Kyle Wesley Davis of Weems on distribution of a controlled substance was continued to August 25. Judge McKenney rejected a plea deal because a pre-trial report showed that Davis continued to test positive for drugs. Another judge will hear the case.

Cintez Carneal Gibson of Lancaster was arraigned on felony charges of selling schedule I/II drugs. Trial was set for August 25. He was awarded a court appointed attorney and released on his own recognizance.

Demar Antonio Davenport of Heathsville was set for trial on July 7. He is charged with the felony of a violent felon having a firearm and misdemeanor reckless handling of a firearm.

Marvin Wendell Davenport Jr. of Warsaw was set for trial on July 7 on a felony charge of a violent felon having a firearm and misdemeanor reckless handling of a firearm.

Shadonta Lateef Beane was arraigned on felony charges of distribution of schedule I/II drugs. Trial will be set July 14. Beane was assigned a court appointed attorney.



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