Northumberland Circuit Court Report


by Madison White Franks

HEATHSVILLE—The Northumberland County Circuit Court convened May 22, with the Hon. R. Michael McKenney presiding.

Trials

The case of Darren P. Frye of Reedville, charged with misdemeanor trespassing, was continued to May 29.

Robert L. Jewell Jr. of Heathsville, charged with felony carnal knowledge of a 13- or 14-year-old without force, and misdemeanor consensual sex with a child older than 15, pled guilty and was granted bond on the felony and misdemeanor charges. Sentencing is scheduled for August 21.

The case of Lillian M. Katz of Reedville, charged with five felonies, including abduction by force, malicious wounding, two counts of credit card fraud and one count of credit card forgery, was continued to June 26. Katz also is charged with two misdemeanors, including assault and battery on a family member and obstruction of justice.

Jose J. Lopez of Hague, charged with four counts of manufacturing a controlled substance, was not prosecuted at the time of trial.

The case of Clifton B. Tomlin of Burgess, charged with three felonies, including manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance, petit larceny and failing to appear, was continued to June 19.

Other cases

The case of Thomas W. Beck III of Reedville, charged with felony possession of a controlled substance and misdemeanor possession of marijuana, was continued to June 19.

The case of Ernest L. Jackson Jr. of Reedville, charged with felony manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance, was continued to May 29.

The case of Brennen J. King of Warsaw, charged with felony manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance, was continued to June 19.

The case of Andrea B. Landman of Callao, charged with felony manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance, was continued to May 29.

The case of Purcell E. Noel of Burgess, charged with two felonies, including manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance, was continued to June 19. One of the charges was not prosecuted.

The case of Felicia S. Owens, charged with misdemeanor sale or distribution of marijuana, was continued to June 19.

The case of Myshaun T. Porter of Burgess, charged with misdemeanor sale or distribution of marijuana, was continued to June 19.

The case of Levaughn L. Sedon of Heathsville, charged with felony manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance, was continued to June 19.

The case of Deandre W. Veney of Fredericksburg, charged with three misdemeanors of the sale or distribution of marijuana, was continued to June 19.

The case of Richard I. Bowles of Reedville, charged with failing to register as a sex offender on three felony counts, was set for trial July 10.

The case of Edwardo J. Garner of Farnham, charged with felony possessing a controlled substance, was continued to July 24.

The case of Deondre T. Lampkin of Heathsville, charged with seven felonies, including three counts of manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance, one count of assault on law enforcement, and three counts of violating a pre-trial release, was continued to July 24. He also is charged with two misdemeanors of possessing marijuana and a pre-trial violation.

The case of William O. Jones of Lancaster, charged with felony probation violation, was continued for trial July 24.



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