Lancaster County Circuit Court Report


by Madison White Franks

LANCASTER—The Lancaster County Circuit Court convened June 15 with the Hon. R. Michael McKenney presiding.

The case of Aaron D. Beale of Lancaster, charged with two felony probation violations, was set for trial October 12.

The case of Rosa M. Turner of Smithfield, charged with two felony probation violations, was continued to September 14. Turner also was charged with a felony of perjury, not prosecuted at the time of trial.

The case of Phillip E. Dean of White Stone, charged with two felony probation violations, was set for trial August 24.

The case of Kenneth B. Jackson of Topping, charged with three felonies, including two counts of a probation violation and one count of failing to appear and a misdemeanor of failing to appear, was continued to July 20.

The case of Deondre Lampkin of Heathsville, charged with felony failing to appear and a felony probation violation, was continued to July 27.

Joseph Cox Jr. of Lively, charged with 13 felony probation violations, was not prosecuted at the time of trial.

Clifton B. Tomlin of Burgess, charged with a felony probation violation, pled guilty and was sentenced to five years with 4 years suspended.

James C. Newton of Weems, charged with eight felonies, including four counts of manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance and four counts of pretrial violations, pled guilty in two of the manufacturing charges and was sentenced to five years with four years suspended. The other charges were not prosecuted at the time of trial.

The case of Judson N. McGuire of Irvington, charged with a felony and misdemeanor probation violation, was continued for trial July 20.

The case of Linnell S. Burrell Jr. of Weems, charged with a misdemeanor for failing to appear, was continued to July 27 for the appointment of counsel.

Kenyan L. Watson of Chesapeake, charged with two felonies of grand larceny and failing to appear, was continued to July 13.

Maurice R. Levere Jr. of Lancaster, charged with two felonies of selling or distributing marijuana and child abuse, pled guilty and was sentenced to 30 days with 30 days suspended in the selling or distributing charge. The child abuse charge was not prosecuted at the time of trial.

The case of Laderah O. Daye of Heathsville, charged with three felony counts of embezzlement, was continued to September 21.

The case of Percell E. Noel of Heathsville, charged with felony manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance, was continued for trial August 31.



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