Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie this week reported charges against nine individuals.
Jeter R. Barrett Jr., 30, of Clover Lane was charged September 24 with felony possession with intent to distribute more than one-half ounce, but less than five pounds of marijuana and knowingly permit, establish, keep or maintain a common nuisance.
Marvin W. Davenport Jr., 27, of Mount Olive Road was arrested for the felony of knowingly attempt to intimidate or impede by threats of bodily harm a witness in a violent felony offense.
An Ocran Road man, 57, was charged September 26 with contempt of court.
A Twin Branch Road man, 52, was charged September 26 with assault and battery.
An Oyster Creek Drive man, 20, was charged September 26 with attempting to defeat a drug or alcohol screening test by the substitution of a sample and a pretrial services violation.
A Smith Lane man, 63, was charged September 26 with assault and battery.
A Good Luck Road man, 28, was charged September 26 with unlawfully causing a telephone, not owned by the accused, to ring or to otherwise signal with or without intent to annoy another person.
A Gaskins Road man, 26, was arrested for failure to appear in court.
A Hideaway Point Road man, 24, was charged September 30 with appearing intoxicated in public.
September 24: Staff responded to the 8400 block of Mary Ball Road for a suspicious person, and to the 1400 block of Indiantown Road for a sexual assault on a minor.
September 25: Staff responded to the 300 block of North Main Street to assist Kilmarnock Police Department (KPD) with a fight in progress, to the 3900 block of Black Stump Road for the reported larceny of delivered packages, to the area of the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge for a reckless driver in a white box truck, to the 200 block of Roseneath Avenue for the larceny of four guns, and to the 100 block of Hatton Avenue to assist KPD with a domestic assault in progress.
September 26: Staff responded to a walk-in report of an assault, to a walk-in report of a fraud to obtain money by false pretenses, and to the 100 block of Washington Street for the report of threats made to harm another.
September 27: Staff responded to the 5000 block of Mary Ball Road for a hit and run property damage traffic crash, to the 6400 block of Morattico Road for vandalism to private property, to the 7200 block of River Road for an abandoned vehicle, to the 100 block of Coleman Lane for a burglary and items taken from within the residence, and to the 2000 block of Morattico Road for a domestic disturbance involving alcohol.
September 28: Staff responded to the 200 block of Taylors Creek Road to assist emergency medical services (EMS) with the report of a medical emergency and the need to gain entry into the residence, to the 1200 block of Taylors Creek Road for a two-vehicle traffic crash with injuries, and to Irvington Road to assist Virginia State Police with an intoxicated driver.
September 29: Staff responded to the 8600 block of Mary Ball Road for a person acting disorderly, to Windmill Point Road for a single-vehicle traffic crash, to Ocran Road for an intoxicated driver, to the 200 block of Methodist Church Road for a possible suicidal person, and to Ocran Road for a suspicious person walking in the highway.
September 30: Staff responded to the 100 block of Morattico Road for the report of a stolen generator, responded to the 7800 block of River Road for the report of a suspicious person walking in the middle of the highway, and responded to the 1300 block of Windmill Point Road for the report of unsafe shooting.
Staff also conducted 12 traffic stops, issued five summonses, assisted three motorists, fielded five calls for traffic control, investigated six building alarms, processed a mental health order, logged six inmate transports, received seven E911 hang-up calls, and fielded four calls for animal control.
The Upper Lancaster Volunteer Fire Department responded to a fire/smoke alarm on Davis Mill Road, to a tree on the powerline on Iberis Road, and with Kilmarnock VFD to an electrical fire on Mary Ball Road.
The Kilmarnock VFD responded to a traffic crash on Taylors Creek Road.
The White Stone VFD responded to a traffic crash on Windmill Point Road.
For September 23-29, the Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad, Upper Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad and Lancaster County Emergency Services responded to 40 calls for service including 21 medical emergencies, six injuries, three traffic accidents, a fire and nine other calls.
Northumberland County Sheriff James R. “Doc” Lyons this week reported charges against eight individuals.
Robert Hugh Mahan Jr., 40, of Heathsville was charged September 28 with breaking and entering the Corner Market, grand larceny and damaging property.
A Reedville man, 32, was charged September 24 with driving under the influence of alcohol, second offense in five years.
A Callao man, 54, was charged September 26 with being drunk in public. He was also charged with a capias/attachment of the body from the Westmoreland County General District Court for failing to appear.
A Heathsville man, 62, was charged September 26 on a summons for a violation of a county managed boat ramp.
A Heathsville man, 40, was charged September 26 with three misdemeanor accounts of assault and battery of family members.
A Heathsville man, 38, was charged September 26 with assault and battery.
A Heathsville woman, 57, was charged September 29 with two summons for failing to vaccinate her animals and two summons for failing to purchase tags.
A Burgess man, 34, was charged September 30 with driving under the influence of alcohol, second offense within five years, driving suspended/revoked and speeding.
For September 24-30, the Callao VFD responded to five calls, including three motor vehicle crashes and two medical calls.
For September 24-30, the Northumberland County Emergency Services, Callao Volunteer Rescue Squad, Mid-County Volunteer Rescue Squad and Northumberland County Volunteer Rescue Squad responded to 15 medical calls, four falls, three motor vehicle crashes and two standbys.
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