Sheriff’s Report 9-13-18


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

Misdemeanors

A Morattico Road man, 32, was charged September 4 with entering a property of another and secretly or furtively peeping or spying into a window, door or other aperture of a building.

A Windmill Point Road man, 40, was charged September 4 with appearing intoxicated in public.

An Irvington Road man, 23, was charged September 5 with unlawfully distributing less than ½ ounce of marijuana.

A Wicomico Church man, 35, was charged September 6 with knowingly giving a false report as to the commission of a crime to a law enforcement officer with intent to mislead and failure to immediately report, as a driver of a vehicle, an accident resulting in injury or death.

An East Church Street man, 35, was charged September 8 with disorderly conduct in a public place.

A Deltaville woman, 27, was charged with possession of marijuana.

Felonies

Dasmine D. Fisher, 27, of Greenwood Court was charged September 3 with felonious distribution of a controlled substance—Schedule I and two counts of distribution of less than ½ ounce of marijuana.

Donte S. Sutton, 21, of Weems Road was charged September 7 with six felony counts of distribution of a controlled substance—Schedule II.

Lionel L. Baker, 43, of Oakland Street was arrested for three felony counts of distribution of a controlled substance—third or subsequent offense, distribution of a controlled substance on school property and distribution of less than ½ ounce of marijuana.

Activity report

September 3: Staff responded to the 300 block of Buzzards Neck Road for two people being drunk and disorderly, to the 100 block of Conaway Lane for a stolen vehicle-later learned to be a false report, to the 8400 block of Mary Ball Road to check the welfare of a resident after being reported by a family member, to the 1400 block of Belmont Drive to investigate an unattended death, to the 100 block of Morattico Road for a fight in progress involving alcohol, and to the 1600 block of Windmill Point Road for a possible suicidal person.

September 4: Staff responded to the 400 block of Johns Neck Road to investigate the reported theft of a boat cover, to the 4400 block of Irvington Road for the report of an open door at a business location, to the 100 block of Ice House Drive to investigate the report of a burglary and larceny within the residence, and to the area of Jeffrey Drive for the report of a noise complaint from a vehicle.

September 5: Staff responded to the 6000 block of Mary Ball Road for an abandoned vehicle, to the 3000 block of White Chapel Road to investigate a stolen precious stone, to the 400 block of Old Orchard Drive for threats to harm another, and to the 12200 block of Mary Ball Road for a domestic disturbance over a dispute involving property.

September 6: Staff responded to the 500 block of Old Orchard Drive for a domestic disturbance, to the 100 block of Washington Street for a domestic disturbance, to the 600 block of Rappahannock Drive for a hit and run accident with property damage.

September 7: Staff responded to Irvington Road for a reckless driver, to the 200 block of Gordon Drive for vandalism to landscaping, to Irvington Road for debris and grass thrown into the highway, to the 100 block of Spring Street for gunshots in the area, to the 300 block of Greentown Road for a trespasser and acting disorderly, and to the 200 block of Lancaster Creek Drive for the report of trespassing.

September 8: Staff responded to the 2900 block of Lara Road for the report of suspicious activity, to the 500 block of Old Orchard Road for a domestic disturbance involving prescription narcotics, to the 1600 block of Rocky Neck Road to check the welfare of the resident after being alerted by a family member, to the 200 block of Methodist Church Road to investigate a theft of jewelry, to Mary Ball Road and Harris Drive to assist Virginia State Police with a person who ran from a traffic stop, to the 300 block of East Church Street for a domestic disturbance involving custody of children, to Rappahannock Drive for a reckless driver without headlights in the nighttime, and to assist the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office with the pursuit of a stolen vehicle.

September 9: Staff responded to Fruit Plain Road to assist the Northumberland County Sheriff’s Office with the report of a large fight in progress involving alcohol, to the 200 block of Shooting Star Lane for a suspicious vehicle, to the 100 block of Fitzhugh Street for a possible overdose of narcotics, to the 200 block of Pond Park Road for larceny within a vehicle, to the 100 block of New South Road to assist the Kilmarnock Police Department (KPD) with the report of a domestic disturbance, to the 800 block of Johns Neck Road for a suspicious vehicle, to the 100 block of New South Road to assist KPD with a report of domestic disturbance, to the 3500 block of Irvington Road for a traffic crash, and to the 6000 block of Windmill Point Road for a stolen vehicle.

Staff also conducted 17 traffic stops, issued 12 summonses, assisted a motorist, fielded four calls for traffic control, investigated five building alarms, logged an inmate transport, received 11 E911 hang-up calls, fielded 11 calls for animal control and issued two animal control summonses.

Fire calls

The Upper Lancaster Volunteer Fire Department responded to a kitchen fire on Light Street and a traffic crash on Lara Road.

The Kilmarnock VFD responded to a traffic crash on North Main Street and an outbuilding fire on Lagrange Avenue.



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