Northumberland County Circuit Court Report


by Madison White Franks

HEATHSVILLE—The Northumberland County Circuit Court convened January 17. The following cases were heard by Judge R. Michael McKenney.

Trials

The case of Shuvon K. Ball of Heathsville, charged with a felony of malicious wounding and misdemeanor of assault and battery, was continued to January 24.

Trevor A. Carter of Kilmarnock, charged with two felony counts of manufacturing a controlled substance, plead guilty and was sentenced on one count to two years of supervised probation. The other count was not prosecuted at the time of court.

The case of Steven C. Gaskins of Heathsville, charged with five felonies including identity theft, three counts of forgery and perjury, as well as four misdemeanor charges including operating a vehicle under a suspended license, receiving or buying stolen goods, falsely identifying himself to law enforcement and driving while intoxicated for the second time, was continued to January 24.

The case of William Thompson of Heathsville, charged with two felonies of manufacturing a controlled substance, was continued to January 24.

Tirischa L. Walters of Heathsville, charged with two misdemeanors of identity theft and obstructing justice without force, and one felony of perjury, plead guilty to the identity theft charge. Other charges were not prosecuted at the time of court.

Other cases

Corey Moody Jr. of Kilmarnock, charged with two misdemeanors of selling and distributing marijuana, was granted bond.

Crystal G. Smith of Caret, charged with felony manufacturing a controlled substance, was granted bond.

The case of Tonya R.L. Brown of Reedville, charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana, was continued to January 24.

The case of Jazman J. Green of Heathsville, charged with two misdemeanors of selling or distributing marijuana, was continued to January 24.

The case of Maurice S. Lee of Hague, charged with felony manufacturing a controlled substance, was continued to January 24.

The case of Shelley M. Peddicord of Callao, charged with felony manufacturing a controlled substance, was continued to January 31.

The case of Anthony J. Tallent of Reedville, charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana, was continued to January 24.

The case of Herbert Washington of Caret, charged with felony manufacturing a controlled substance, was continued to January 24.

The case of Kendrick Diggs, charged with four felonies including use of a firearm, attempted murder and two charges of malicious shooting at a car, was continued to a jury trial April 27.

The case of Tyrell O. Brown of Hague, charged with four felonies of manufacturing a controlled substance and one misdemeanor probation violation, was appointed new counsel and continued to January 24.

William Gross of Heathsville was granted a restricted operating license on January 17. He was found guilty in November of felony distribution of schedule IV drugs.

The case of Travis J. Griffith of Callao, charged with felony offenses of failing to appear and two probation violations, was continued to April 25.

Richardo S. Owens of Lancaster, charged with felony manufacturing a controlled substance, was sentenced to one year of supervised probation through a community service program.



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