Sheriff’s Report 11-22-18

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

Felony

Linnell Sylvester Burrell, 40, of 2595 Irvington Road, Weems, was charged November 16 with felony probation violation and driving while license is revoked, second offense.

Misdemeanor

A Baywalk Drive woman, 65, was charged November 13 with assault and battery.

Activity report

November 12: Staff responded to the 100 block of Williams Mill Lane for a domestic disturbance, to the 400 block of Old Saint Johns Road for vandalism of a vehicle, to the intersection of Taylors Creek Road and Jones Drive for juveniles playing in the highway, to the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge for a disabled vehicle creating a traffic hazard, to the 600 block of Lumberlost Road for threats of harm made by a juvenile, to the 100 block of School Street to assist the Kilmarnock Police Department (KPD) with a fight in progress, and to the 1100 block of Carlson Road for a trespasser.

November 13: Staff responded to the 100 block of Greenwood Court for two males involved in a fight in progress, to the 100 block of Greenwood Court for an intoxicated driver, to Lancaster Shore Drive for a suspicious vehicle, to the 10600 block of River Road for a fight in progress involving a male and a female, to the 100 block of Greenwood Court for an assault involving alcohol, to the 400 block of Gilbert Street to assist KPD with a suicidal person, and to the 1800 block of Windmill Point Road for a possible overdose of narcotics.

November 14: Staff responded to the intersection of Windmill Point Road and Robertson Lane for the report of a single-vehicle traffic crash involving a fatality.

November 15: Staff responded to the 200 block of Cherry Point Drive for the reported destruction of property, to the 200 block of Old Point Drive for a suspicious vehicle, to the 200 block of Methodist Church Road for a domestic assault, and to the 1800 block of Davis Mill Road to investigate the theft of a large amount of cash.

November 16: Staff responded to the 1100 block of James B. Jones Memorial Highway for a possible traffic crash, to a walk-in report of a domestic assault, to the 200 block of School Street for a trespasser, to the 1000 block of Oak Hill Road for a report of drivers traveling too fast for road conditions, to Alphonso Road for a trespasser on a three-wheeler, and to the 500 block of Chesapeake Drive for the report of a suspicious vehicle.

November 17: Staff responded to the 200 block of River Oak Road for a possible burglary, to a walk-in report of attempting to obtain money by fraud, to the 100 block of School Street to assist KPD with threats made to harm another, to the 500 block of Chesapeake Drive for a suspicious vehicle, and to the 600 block of Rappahannock Drive for a missing juvenile, located within two hours after report.

November 18: Staff responded to Mary Ball and Boys Camp roads for a single-vehicle traffic crash, to the 100 block of Irvington Road for a trespasser, and to the 1200 block of Harris Road for a suspicious person.

Staff also conducted 22 traffic stops, issued nine summonses, assisted 10 motorists, recorded a deer strike accident, handled nine calls for traffic control, investigated five building alarms, processed three mental health orders, logged nine inmate transports, received five E911 hang-up calls, and fielded five calls for animal control.

Fire calls

The Kilmarnock Volunteer Fire Department responded to a controlled burn on Jessie duPont Memorial Highway and a traffic crash at Mary Ball & Boys Camp roads.

The White Stone VFD responded to a traffic crash on Windmill Point Road, a transformer fire on East Bay Drive, a structure fire on Chesapeake Drive and a fire/smoke alarm on Cherry Point Drive.

The Upper Lancaster VFD responded to a lift assistance call on Ivey Creek Road.

EMS calls

For November 11-17, the Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad, Upper Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad and Lancaster County Emergency Services responded to 46 calls for service including 19 medical emergencies, four injuries, five traffic accidents, three fires and 15 other calls.