Northumberland County Circuit Court Report

by Madison White Franks

HEATHSVILLE—The Northumberland County Circuit Court convened for term day January 23, with the Hon. R. Michael McKenney presiding.

David Troy Ercelino-Dodson, charged with two felonies of aggravated sexual battery and sodomy, was found guilty and sentenced to 10 years with seven years and six months suspended on the battery charge. The sodomy charge was not prosecuted at the time of trial.

The case of Sherrie L. Reed of Heathsville, charged with a felony of malicious wounding, was continued to April 24.

Harvey L. Blackwell of Heathsville, charged with a felony of manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance, was not prosecuted at the time of trial.

The case of Tyrell O’Neal Brown of Hague, charged with five felonies including four counts of manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance and one count of a probation violation, was not prosecuted at the time of trial.

Jennifer A. Campagne of Hague, charged with three felonies of manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance, pled guilty and was sentenced to five years with three years and 11 months suspended.

The case of Lillian M. Katz of Reedville, charged with felony abduction by force and two misdemeanors of assault and battery on a family member and obstruction of justice, was continued to May 22.

Dontay N. Davis of Heathsville, charged with a felony probation violation, was set for trial March 20.

Keywon M. Gaskins of Heathsville, charged with two felonies of probation violation, was set for trial March 13.

Cintez C. Gibson of Lancaster, charged with two felonies, including one count of selling or distributing an imitation schedule I or II drug and one count of manufacturing and distributing a controlled substance, was set for trial May 1.

Devon D. Kelly of Lancaster, charged with two felonies, including one count of selling or distributing marijuana and one count of manufacturing a controlled substance, was set for trial May 1.

Matthew C. Lockett of Warsaw, charged with two felonies of manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance, was set for trial May 1.

Jose J. Lopez, charged with four felonies of manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance, was set for trial May 22.

Troy Payne of White Stone, charged with a felony of manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance, was set for trial June 26.

Duane M. Peel of Callao, charged with a felony of manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance, was set for trial April 10.

Clifton B. Tomlin, charged with a felony of manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance and failure to appear in court, was set for trial May 22.

Jonathan A. Towles of Lancaster, charged with two felonies, including one count of the sale or distribution of marijuana and one count of manufacturing a controlled substance, was set for trial May 1.

Larry T. Williams of Richmond, charged with two felonies of aggravated sexual battery, was continued to February 13.

Emily C. Gaines of Kilmarnock, charged with selling or providing the resale of a schedule I or II drug, was set for review October 23.

Alicia S. Darby of Warsaw, charged with a felony of manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance, was set for review January 22, 2019.

Travis J. Griffith of Callao, charged with felonies, including two counts of probation violation and one count of failing to appear, was dismissed.

Kirk L. Lampkin Jr. of Burgess, charged with two misdemeanors, including a probation violation and contempt of court, was continued to July 24 for review.

Rodney Withers of Farnham, charged with two felonies of manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance, was continued to February 13.

Grand jury

A grand jury convening on January 23 issued true bills of indictment against:

• Richard I. Bowles of Reedville, charged with three felonies of failing to register as a sex offender. The case was set for trial May 1.

• Travis M. Corsey of Heathsville, charged with a felony of manufacturing or distributing a controlled substance. The case was set for trial April 17.

• Carlos A. Liverpool of Burgess, charged with two felonies of forgery and one felony of grand larceny. The case was set for trial January 30.

• Kimberly N. Morris of Reedville, charged with a felony of obtaining a drug by fraud. The case was set for trial January 30.

• Tiffany N. Thompson of Dunnsville, charged with eight felonies, including four counts obtaining money under false pretenses and for counts of identify theft. The case was set for a jury trial May 31.

• Lillian M. Katz of Reedville, charged with four felonies, including one count of malicious wounding, two counts of credit card fraud and one count of credit card forgery. The case was set for trial May 22.



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