Northumberland County Circuit Court Report

Megan Schiffres

by Megan Schiffres

HEATHSVILLE—The Northumberland County Circuit Court convened June 19, with the Hon. Michael McKenney presiding.

The arraignment of Jacob F. Maillet, no residence given, charged with felony manufacturing of a controlled substance, was continued until July 24.

The trial of Jerome H. Johnson of Lancaster, charged with felony manufacturing of a controlled substance, was set for September 25.

The trial of Karen L. Sutton of Lancaster, charged with felony manufacturing of a controlled substance, was set for September 25.

The trial of Thomas W. Beck of Reedville, charged with felony possession of a controlled substance and misdemeanor possession of marijuana, was set for October 30.

The case of Christian D. Birchett of Callao, charged with two felony counts of distributing marijuana, was continued until July 24.

The trial of Larry Brooks of Callao, charged with misdemeanor distribution of marijuana, was set for October 3.

The trial of Kyre L. Dade of Heathsville, charged with two misdemeanor counts of distributing marijuana, was set for October 2.

The trial of Darren P. Frye of Reedville, charged with misdemeanor trespassing after being forbidden to do so, was set for August 7.

The trial of Elston R. Haley, no residence given, charged with felony manufacturing of a controlled substance, was set for September 25.

The trial of Barbara B. Johns, no residence given, charged with felony manufacturing of a controlled substance, was set for September 25.

The trial of Brennan J. King of Warsaw, charged with felony manufacturing of a controlled substance, was set for October 2.

The trial of Andrea B. Landman of Callao, charged with two felonies including manufacturing of a controlled substance and one count of failure to appear, was set for September 11.

The trial of Orin P. Lee of Kilmarnock was set for October 16. Lee is charged with six felonies including two counts of manufacturing controlled substances, one count of distributing imitation Schedule I and/or II drugs, one count of failure to appear, one count of probation violation and one count of pretrial revocation.

The trial of Lacey R. Michalak of Warsaw, charged with two felony counts including one count of sale and distribution of Schedule III drugs and one count of child abuse and disregard for life, has been set for October 30.

The trial of Purcell E. Noel of Burgess, charged with felony manufacture of a controlled substance, was set for October 16.

The trial of Felicia S. Owens, no residence given, charged with misdemeanor marijuana distribution, was set for October 2.

The trial of Myshaun T. Porter of Burgess, charged with misdemeanor marijuana distribution, was set for October 2.

The trial of Stacey L. Reynolds of White Plains, Md., charged with four felony counts of manufacturing controlled substances and one misdemeanor count of possessing marijuana, was set for October 30.

The trial of Tirrell J. Samuel of Reedville, charged with felony manufacturing of a controlled substance and two misdemeanor counts for the distribution of marijuana, was set for October 2.

The trial of Levaughn L. Sheldon of Heathsville, charged with felony manufacturing of a controlled substance, was set for September 11.

The trial of Quinten E. Turner of Tappahannock, charged with felony manufacturing of a controlled substance and misdemeanor marijuana distribution, was set for October 30.

The trial of Deandre W. Veney of Fredericksburg, charged with three misdemeanor counts for the distribution of marijuana, was set for October 30.

The trial of James L. Williams of Callao, charged with felony manufacturing of a controlled substance, was set for September 11.

The trial of James C. Williams of Warsaw, charged with felony manufacturing of a controlled substance, was set for September 11.

The court granted a motion filed by Reginald M. Smith of Lancaster, to correct his conviction order relating to a felony charge of armed burglary that Smith plead guilty to in 2015.

A pre-trial motion filed on behalf of Tiffany N. Thompson of Dunnsville, charged with four felony counts of identity theft resulting in financial losses greater than $200, was denied and disposition was deferred to September 25.

The court granted a motion by Jennifer S. Vanlandingham of Lottsburg, to reduce the down payment required to apply for a restricted operator’s license after her license was revoked, due to outstanding court costs associated with two felony charges, one for forgery and one for petit larceny, which she pled guilty to in 2011.

The trial of Ursula N. Scott of Tappahannock, charged with two felony counts of manufacturing of controlled substances, was continued to September 18.

The trial of Clifton Tomlin of Burgess, charged with three felonies including manufacturing of a controlled substance, failure to appear on a felony offense and petit larceny, was continued to July 24.


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