Northumberland County Circuit Court Report 10-4-18


Megan Schiffres

by Megan Schiffres

HEATHSVILLE—The Northumberland County Circuit Court convened Tuesday, September 18, with the Hon. Herbert Hewitt presiding.

Cintez C. Gibson of Lancaster, whose pretrial release on four felonies including the manufacture of controlled substances and the distribution of imitation Schedule I or II drugs, was revoked, could not be found to be served and did not appear in court. Gibson’s next arraignment is scheduled for October 2.

Delonte M. Johnson of Farnham, whose pretrial release on four felony counts of manufacturing controlled substances was revoked, could not be found to be served and did not appear in court. Johnson’s next arraignment is scheduled for October 23.

The trial of Donte S. Sutton, no address listed, charged with four felony counts of manufacturing controlled substances, was set for January 29, 2019.

The trial of Jonte A. Towles of Lancaster, charged with three felony counts of manufacturing controlled substances, was set for November 13.

The trial of Lionel L. Baker of Kilmarnock, charged with one misdemeanor for selling marijuana and four felonies including three counts for the manufacture of controlled substances and one count for selling drugs on or near a school, was set for December 11.

The sentencing of Lillian M. Katz of Reedville, charged with one misdemeanor count of assault and battery on a family member and three felony charges for abduction by force, credit card fraud and malicious wounding, was continued to October 16.

Tiffany N. Thompson of Dunnsville plead guilty to four misdemeanor counts of identify theft and was ordered by the court to pay $5,606.82 in restitution.

The case of Terry M. Gordon of Hampton, charged with four felonies including two counts for the manufacture of a controlled substance and one count for the sale of marijuana, was continued to December 4.

The prosecution filed a nolle prosequi in the case of Elston R. Haley, no address listed, who was charged with one felony count for the manufacture of a controlled substance.

Barbara B. Johns, no address listed, charged with one felony for the manufacture of a controlled substance, entered a plea of nolo contendere. Johns’ case will be reviewed by the court on October 22.

The trial of Haynes J. Johnson of Lancaster, charged with one felony for the manufacture of a controlled substance, was continued to October 2.

The prosecution filed a nolle prosequi in the case of Troy Payne of White Stone, charged with one felony for the manufacture of a controlled substance.

The case of Tawan M. Rice of Heathsville, charged with one felony for the manufacture of a controlled substance, was continued to October 2.

The trial of Karee L. Sutton of Lancaster, charged with one felony for the manufacture of a controlled substance, was continued to October 2.



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