Northumberland County Circuit Court Report


by Madison White Franks

HEATHSVILLE —The Northumberland County Circuit Court convened November 15 with Judge R. Michael McKenney presiding.

Trials 

The case of James C. Andrews III of Heathsville, charged with two felony offenses of manufacturing a controlled substance, was continued to January 31.

The case of Latoya M. Caster of Kilmarnock, charged with a misdemeanor offense of driving under a revoked or suspended license, was not prosecuted at the time of trial.

The case of Christine Cirino of Haynesville, charged with two felony offenses of manufacturing a controlled substance, was continued to March 14.

Brian D. Combs of Warsaw, charged with two felony offenses including manufacturing a controlled substance and revocating a pretrial release, pled guilty to the manufacturing of a controlled substance charge and was sentenced to two years of supervised probation. The other charge was dismissed.

The case of Brittany N. Cottrell of Reedville, charged with two felony offenses of identity theft, was continued to March 28.

The case of Travers C. Eubank of White Stone, charged with two felony offenses including grand larceny and entering a house to commit assault and battery, was continued to January 24.

The case of William W. Feldman of Haynesville, charged with two felony offenses of manufacturing a controlled substance and selling or distributing imitation schedule I/II drugs, was not prosecuted at the time of trial.

The case of Brian Geronimo of Callao, charged with three felony offenses for a probation violation, was continued to April 25.

The case of Alvin O. Howard (no address stated), charged with four felony offenses including use of a firearm in a felony, abduction by force/intimidation, malicious wounding, and one count of strangling resulting in an injury, and a misdemeanor offense of assault and battery, was continued to December 1.

Virginia N. Jett of Burgess, charged with four felony offenses including two counts of manufacturing a controlled substance, possessing a controlled substance, and violating a pretrial release, pled guilty and was sentenced to two years and nine months of supervised probation.

The case of Thomas E. Kelly of Kilmarnock, charged with four felony offenses including two counts of manufacturing a controlled substance, one count of conspiring to distribute a schedule II drug, and one count of selling or distributing marijuana, was not prosecuted at the time of trial.

The case of Brian O. Morris Jr. of Kilmarnock, charged with one felony offense of manufacturing a controlled substance, was continued to November 14, 2017.

Deandre A. Reed of Oldhams, charged with a misdemeanor of selling or distributing marijuana, pled guilty and was sentenced to six months of driving restrictions.

The case of Keyvone T. Williams of Weems, charged with two felony offenses including entering a house to commit assault and battery and grand larceny, was continued to January 24.

The case of Rodney Withers of Farnham, charged with two felony offenses of manufacturing a controlled substance, was continued to March 21.

Other cases 

The case of Kirk Lampkin Jr. of Burgess, charged with two misdemeanor offenses of a probation violation and contempt of court, was set for review January 24.

The case of Anthony D. Taylor of Heathsville, charged with a misdemeanor offense of destruction of property with intent, was set for trial February 14.

The case of Patrick G. Toth, charged with four felony offenses including two counts of sodomy with someone younger than age 13 and two counts of aggravated sex battery with a victim younger than age 13, was set for jury trial March 13.

The case of Damien D. Towles of Farnham, charged with a two felony offenses including one count of possession of a controlled substance and a probation violation, was continued to June 13.

The case of Erin M. Bierwirth of Providence Forge, charged with three felony offenses of a probation violation, was continued to December 13.

A capias was issued in the case of Terrell P. Dickerson of Heathsville, charged with a felony offense of entering a structure to commit assault and battery. The case was continued to January 24.

The case of Tasha Reese of Callao, charged with a felony offense of child neglect, was continued to May 23.

The case of Donate N. Davis of Heathsville, charged with a felony offense of rape by force or threat, is set for trial December 1.



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