Sheriff’s Report

Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie this week reported misdemeanor charges against three individuals.

An Irvington Road man, 58, was charged April 17 with a license violation.

A Beach Road woman, 30, was charged April 17 with a violation of the community corrections program.

A Mary Ball Road man, 37, was charged April 22 with two counts of contempt of court.

Activity report

April 16: Staff responded to the area of River Road for debris in the highway, to the 8300 block of Mary Ball Road for a three-vehicle traffic crash, and to the 100 block of Morattico Road for a child custody issue.

April 17: Staff responded to the 100 block of Washington Street for threats to harm a family member, to the 100 block of Second Street to investigate a reported burglary, to the 5500 block of Mary Ball Road for a three-vehicle traffic crash, to the 4800 block of Windmill Point Road to check the welfare of a resident after having been alerted by a family member.

April 18: Staff responded to the 8800 block of Mary Ball Road for a juvenile behavioral issue, to a walk-in report of embezzlement, to the 8800 block of Mary Ball Road for an assault, and to Ottoman Ferry Road for juveniles on bicycles blocking the highway.

April 19: Staff responded to a walk-in report of an assault, to Old Salem Road for debris in the highway, and to the 100 block of Fox Hill Drive to assist Kilmarnock Police Department KPD with a possible burglary in progress.

April 20: Staff responded to the 1200 block of Chestnut Grove Lane to investigate the theft of a well top.

April 21: Staff responded to the 300 block of Devils Bottom Road for a verbal disagreement, to the 400 block of West Point Road for the report of shots fired into a dwelling, to the 100 block of Washington Street for a fight in progress involving weapons, to the 2900 block of Lara Road for a prowler, and to the 4800 block of Mary Ball Road for loud music.

April 22: Staff responded to Blackstump Road for a suspicious vehicle stopped in the highway, to Irvington Road for an intoxicated driver, to Brookvale Lane for a reckless driver, to Courthouse Road for a two-vehicle traffic crash with injuries, and to a walk-in report of a child custody issue.

Staff also conducted 11 traffic stops, issued six summonses, assisted five motorists, recorded four deer strike accidents, handled four calls for traffic control, investigated six building alarms, processed two mental health orders, logged five inmate transports, received 12 E911 hang-up calls and fielded two calls for animal control.

Fire calls

Kilmarnock Volunteer Fire Department responded to a brush fire on Mary Ball Road, fire/smoke alarm sat Heatherfield Court and Claybrooke Avenue, two separate traffic crashes on Irvington Road and with White Stone VFD and Upper Lancaster VFD to a possible structure fire on Mary Ball Road.

Upper Lancaster VFD also responded to two separate traffic crashes on Mary Ball and Courthouse roads, a lift assistance request on Belmont Drive, and to a possible brush fire on Morattico Road.

EMS calls

For the week of April 15 through 21, the Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad, Upper Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad and Lancaster County Emergency Services responded to 46 calls for service including 22 medical emergencies, seven injuries, two traffic accidents, two fires and 13 other calls.

Northumberland County Sheriff James R. “Doc” Lyons this week reported charges against 14 individuals.

Felonies

Christopher Ryan Courtney, 32, of Warsaw was charged April 10 with threatening a person in writing and damaging property. This was a Northumberland County warrant served by Richmond County Sheriff’s Office.

Garick Maurice Cockrell, 46, of Brandywine, Md. was charged April 11 with driving under the influence of alcohol, third offense within 10 years. He also was charged with driving a vehicle after being suspended or revoked and speeding. He was charged with a capias/attachment of the body from King George County General District Court for failing to appear.

Thomas Walter Hathaway, 34, of Reedville was charged April 13 with grand larceny. This was a Lancaster County warrant served by the Northumberland County Sheriff’s Office.

Mocheca D. Dameron, 37, of Lancaster County was charged April 18 with identification theft and obtaining money by false pretenses. This was a Northumberland County warrant served by the Tappahannock Police Department.

Floyd Donovan Newton, 28, of Callao was charged April 19 on a capias for a felony probation violation.

Misdemeanors

A Northumberland County woman, 36, was charged April 9 on a summons with failing to sterilize an animal after it had been adopted.

A Callao man, 54, was charged April 11 with two counts of assault and battery. He also was charged with a capias/attachment of the body from the Westmoreland County General District Court for failing to pay restitution.

A Warsaw man, 32, was charged April 11 with a capias/attachment of the body for violating pre-trial services given to him by the court. This was a Northumberland County Capias, served by the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office.

A Callao woman, 27, was charged April 15 with a capias/attachment of the body for failing to appear in the Stafford County General District Court.

A Lottsburg woman, 28, was charged April 16 with animal cruelty, failing to obtain a license for an animal and failing to vaccinate an animal.

A Wicomico Church man, 35, was charged April 17 with a capias/attachment of the body for failing to appear in the Richmond County General District Court.

A Reedville man, 32, was charged April 19 on a direct indictment from the Northumberland Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury for two counts of selling/distributing marijuana.

A Callao woman, 23, was charged April 20 with contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

A Jamaica man, 36, was charged April 22 with a capias/attachment of the body for failing to appear in the Essex County General District Court.


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