Northumberland County Circuit Court Report

Megan Schiffres

by Megan Schiffres

HEATHSVILLE—The Northumberland County Circuit Court convened August 21, with the Hon. R. Michael McKenney presiding.

The case of Taylor R. Burts of Heathsville, charged with one misdemeanor count for the sale and distribution of marijuana, was continued to October 23.

Bond was denied in the case of Deondre T. Lampkin of Heathsville, charged with one misdemeanor count for the sale and distribution of marijuana and two felony counts including the manufacturing of a controlled substance and selling drugs on or near a school or library. Lampkin’s trial is set for October 23.

The trial of Brandon D. Parker of Saluda, charged with five felony counts of manufacturing controlled substances, was set for December 4.

The trial of Monta L. Turner of Newport News, charged with one misdemeanor count for the sale and distribution of marijuana and four felonies including three counts of manufacturing controlled substances and one count for the sale and distribution of marijuana, was set for January 15, 2019.

The trial of Tironn M. Taylor of Heathsville, charged with three felony counts for manufacturing controlled substances, was set for January 15, 2019.

Bond was granted in the case of Arnell Croxton of Heathsville, charged with two felony counts of driving after being declared a habitual offender and the unauthorized use of a vehicle, in addition to five misdemeanor charges for resisting arrest, obstruction of justice, improper display of license plates, failure to use a turn signal, and illegal use of defective equipment.

A motion to amend the sentencing order of Rodney Withers of Farnham, charged with two felony counts of manufacturing controlled substances, was granted. Withers will serve the remainder of his sentence on house arrest.

The case of Bernard C. Anderson of Burgess, charged with one felony count for the unauthorized use of a vehicle, was continued to October 23.

The case of Kirk L. Lampkin of Burgess, charged with two misdemeanors including one count of violating probation on a misdemeanor offense and one count for being in contempt of court, was continued to December 11.

The case of Clifton B. Tomlin, no address listed, charged with four felonies including manufacturing a controlled substance, failure to appear on a felony offense and petit larceny, was continued to September 4.

Robert L. Jewell of Heathsville, charged with one felony count of carnal knowledge/statutory rape of a child ages 13-14 and one misdemeanor count for consensual sex with a child ages 15 or older, was sentenced to one year in jail, 10 months of which were suspended, and 2 years of supervised probation.

The trial of Bryon S. Hydrusko of Heathsville, charged with four misdemeanors including three counts for the possession of a controlled substance and one count revoking their pretrial release, in addition to three felony charges including possessing a gun with Schedule I or II drugs, possessing a controlled substance, and the sale or distribution of marijuana, was continued to October 23.


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