Northumberland County Circuit Court Report


Megan Schiffres

by Megan Schiffres

HEATHSVILLE—The Northumberland County Circuit Court convened on Tuesday, October 2, with the Hon. Michael McKenney presiding.

Bond was granted in the case of 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felonies including the manufacture of controlled substances and the distribution of imitation Schedule I or II drugs, was revoked. A status hearing on Gibson’s case is scheduled October 30, and his trial date is December 18.

Donte J. Carter of Heathsville, charged with one misdemeanor count of violating a protective order, entered a plea of nolo contendere and his disposition was deferred to October 2019.

The trial of Haynes J. Johnson of Lancaster, charged with one felony for manufacturing a controlled substance, was continued to December 4.

The trial of Tawan M. Rice of Heathsville, charged with one felony for manufacturing a controlled substance, was continued to November 27.

The trial of Karee L. Sutton of Lancaster, charged with one felony for manufacturing a controlled substance, was continued to December 4.

The trial of Jonathan A. Towles, no address listed, charged with six felonies including five counts for manufacturing controlled substances and one for the sale of marijuana, was continued to December 18.

The case of Dustin M. Johnson of Heathsville, charged with one felony for manufacturing a controlled substance, was dismissed.

The prosecution filed a nolle prosequi in the case of Larry Brooks of Callao, charged with one misdemeanor for the sale of marijuana.

Kyre L. Dade of Heathsville, charged with two misdemeanors for the sale of marijuana, entered a guilty plea and his license was suspended for six months by the court.

The trial of Ernest L. Jackson of Reedville, charged with one felony for manufacturing a controlled substance, was continued to December 4.

The trial of Devon K. Kelley of Lancaster, charged with two felonies for the sale of marijuana and the manufacture of a controlled substance, was continued to December 18.

The trial of Brennan J. King of Warsaw, charged with one felony for manufacture of a controlled substance, was continued to November 27.

Felicia S. Owens, no address listed, plead guilty to one misdemeanor charge for the sale of marijuana and her license was suspended for six months by the court.

Myshaun T. Porter of Burgess, plead guilty to one misdemeanor charge for the sale of marijuana and his license was suspended for six months by the court.

The trial of Tirrell J. Samuel of Reedville, charged with one felony for the manufacture of a controlled substance and two misdemeanors for the sale of marijuana, was continued to December 4.

The trial of Damien D. Towles of Farnham, charged with one felony for the violation of probation on a felony offense, was continued to October 30.

The case of Aaron J. Walters of Lancaster, charged with two felonies for the manufacture of controlled substances, was continued to December 18.



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