Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie this week reported charges against five individuals.
Josaline R. Murphy, 27, of River Road was charged October 4 with a violation of community based probation on a felony charge.
Robert H. Mahan, 40, of Mila Road was charged October 6 with felony failure to stop for the police after receiving a visible and audible signal to do so, driving under the influence of alcohol-second offense within five years, possession of marijuana-second offense, driving with a revoked license and consuming an alcoholic beverage while driving a motor vehicle.
A Mosquito Point Road man, 25, was charged October 1 with failure to appear in court.
A Clover Lane man, 30, was charged October 5 with failure to appear for arraignment on underlying charges.
A Corrotoman Drive woman, 48, was charged October 6 with petit larceny.
October 1: Staff responded to the 300 block of Rappahannock Drive for a report of vandalism, and to the 500 block of Southport Lane to assist the Kilmarnock Police Department (KPD) with a report of gunshots.
October 2: Staff responded to Windmill Point Road for an abandoned vehicle, to the 100 block of Rose Drive for a verbal dispute, to the area between Lancaster and Kilmarnock on Mary Ball Road for a reckless driver, and to the 100 block of Gaskins Road for a fight in progress.
October 3: Staff responded to the 500 block of Ocran Road for a stolen compressor, to a walk-in report of an assault which occurred at the 100 block of Sullavan Road, to the 100 block of Ring Farm Road for a possible prowler, to the 4800 block of Mary Ball Road for a domestic disturbance, and to the 900 block of Ocran Road for a suspicious person.
October 4: Staff responded to Irvington and Steamboat Road for a fight in progress on a school bus, to the 300 block of Cowshed Road for a missing person who was found shortly after staff arrived on the scene, to the 100 block of Wiggins Avenue to assist KPD with the report of a domestic disturbance involving alcohol, and to Corrotoman Drive for the report of a reckless driver.
October 5: Staff responded to the 200 block of Riverwood Drive for obtaining money under false pretenses, to the 100 block of New South Road for a domestic disturbance involving alcohol, and to a walk-in report of threats being made to harm another.
October 6: Staff responded to Fitzhugh Street to assist Virginia State Police with the search of a vehicle, and to Main Street for the report of a hit and run traffic crash involving two vehicles.
October 7: Staff responded to the 400 block of Benson Road for threats made toward another, to the 5100 block of Windmill Point Road for a domestic disturbance involving alcohol, to James Wharf Road for a missing person, to the 100 block of Pinckardsville Road for a verbal disagreement, to the 4900 block of Mary Ball Road for a two-vehicle crash, and to Town Centre Drive for a reckless driver.
Staff also conducted 54 traffic stops, issued 32 summonses, assisted six motorists, fielded six calls for traffic control, investigated 12 building alarms, logged six inmate transports, received 10 E911 hang-up calls, and fielded one call for animal control.
The Upper Lancaster Volunteer Fire Department responded to a tree fire on Mary Ball Road, electrical fire on Mary Ball Road and a sinking boat on Sage Hill Road.
The Kilmarnock VFD responded to a fire/smoke alarm on Harris Drive and a traffic crash on Main Street.
The White Stone VFD responded to a lawnmower fire on Chesapeake Drive.
For September 30-October 6, the Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad, Upper Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad and Lancaster County Emergency Services responded to 41 calls for service including 22 medical emergencies, two injuries, two fires and 15 other calls.
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