Sheriffs’ reports 11-29-18

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

Felony

Jeter Ray Barrett Jr., 30, of Clover Lane, Lancaster, was charged November 21 with three felony counts of possession with intent to distribute half-ounce but less than five pounds of marijuana.

Misdemeanors

A Cherry Hill Road male, 39, was charged November 19 with contempt of court, failure to appear.

A Woods Drive male, 58, was charged November 21 with obstructing a law enforcement officer.

A Woods Drive female, 58, was charged November 21 with obstructing a law enforcement officer.

A Williamsburg man, 23, was charged (no date given) with failure to obey rules, regulations and requirements of community corrections.

Activity report

November 19: Staff responded to the 9000 block of Mary Ball Road for a suspicious vehicle, to Old Salem Road for hunting vehicles stopped in the highway, to the 100 block of School Street for a juvenile with a knife, and to the 5900 block of White Chapel Road for a traffic crash with property damage.

November 20: Staff responded to the 3700 block of Merry Point Road to check the welfare of the resident after receiving a report from associates that they weren’t able to contact them, to the 100 block of Robinson Road for a disorderly juvenile and destruction of property, and to the 3700 block of Merry Point Road for the reported destruction of property.

November 21: Staff responded to the 7000 block of River Road for an abandoned vehicle blocking the entrance to a utility site, to White Chapel Road for a possible domestic disturbance involving a female walking and a vehicle following, to the 300 block of Woods Drive for a domestic disturbance involving alcohol, to the 300 block of Woods Drive for threats made toward another with a weapon, to the 600 block of Chesapeake Drive for two males attempting to break into a vehicle, and to the 100 block of Rose Drive for a domestic disturbance involving alcohol.

November 22: Staff responded to the 1800 block of Windmill Point Road for a male making threats to commit suicide, to Washington Street for a fight in progress, to the 500 block of Johns Neck Road for a domestic disturbance, to River Road near Corrottoman Baptist Cemetery for a tractor trailer in the roadway causing a traffic hazard.

November 23: Staff responded to South Main Street for a reckless driver, to Emerald Lane for a domestic assault, and Greentown Road area for a fight in progress.

November 24: Staff responded to the 6600 block of River Road for destruction of a mailbox, to the 4300 block of Mary Ball Road for a female that walked to a neighbor’s home in the rain that may have medical issues, to Mary Ball and Regina roads for a vehicle in the ditch, to Chases Road for flooding, to Mary Ball and Fleets Bay roads to check on a pedestrian after receiving a report of almost being hit, and to the 4800 block of White Chapel Road for an abandoned vehicle.

November 25: Staff responded to Browns Store Road to assist the Northumberland County Sheriff’s Office with a fight in progress and a large crowd, to the 6000 block of Mary Ball Road for a suspicious person, to the 100 block of Harris Drive for a malicious wounding that occurred at the 200 block of Kathy Drive, to Taylors Creek Road for a truck stopped in the roadway causing a traffic hazard, and to the 400 block of Johns Neck Road for a traffic crash.

Staff also conducted 19 traffic stops, issued 14 summonses, assisted five motorists, recorded four deer strike accidents, handled five calls for traffic control, investigated six building alarms, received two E911 hang-up calls, and fielded two calls for animal control.

Lancaster fire calls

The Kilmarnock, White Stone and Upper Lancaster volunteer fire departments responded to a structure fire on North Main Street.

The White Stone VFD and Kilmarnock VFD responded to a structure fire on Golf Course Drive.

The Kilmarnock VFD also responded to a chimney fire on Amber Road and a traffic crash on Mary Ball Road.

The White Stone VFD also responded to a traffic crash on Johns Neck Road and a lift assistance request on Shady Lane.

Lancaster EMS calls

For November 18-24, the Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad, Upper Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad and Lancaster County Emergency Services responded to 44 calls for service including 14 medical emergencies, five injuries, two traffic accidents, three fires and 18 other calls.

Northumberland County Sheriff James R. “Doc” Lyons this week reported charges against 22 individuals.

Felonies

The following were charged on direct indictments from the Northumberland County Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury:

Lisa Marcella White, 36, of Hague was charged November 2 with felony distribution of a controlled substance, namely a Schedule II drug. White was served by the Westmoreland County Sheriff’s Office.

Darren Devon Roy, 20, of Montross was charged November 3 with felony distribution of a controlled substance, namely a Schedule II drug. Roy was served by the Westmoreland County Sheriff’s Office.

Christopher Lynn Goins Jr., 29, of Mollusk was charged November 6 with felony possession of a gun while being in possession of a Schedule Ml drug.

Devonte Leshaun Laws, 24, of Warsaw was charged November 6 with two counts of feloniously sell/distribute a controlled substance, namely a Schedule II drug.

Jordon Ja’Quan Chinn, 23, Heathsville was charged November 6 with one count of feloniously sell/distribute a controlled substance, namely a Schedule II drug, and one count of selling/distributing an imitation controlled substance, namely a Schedule II drug.

Patricia Lee Ellis, 38, of Haynesville was charged November 8 with one count of feloniously sell/distribute a controlled substance, namely a Schedule II drug. Ellis was served by the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office.

Maurice Shervon Lee, 32, of Montross was charged November 8 with one count of feloniously sell/distribute a controlled substance, namely a Schedule II drug. Lee was served by the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office.

Linda Renee Johnson Hines, 54, of Tappahannock was charged November 9 with one count of feloniously sell/distribute a controlled substance, namely a Schedule II drug. Hines was served by the Tappahannock Police Department.

Lakeisha Michelle Hickman, 21, of Callao was charged November 10 with six counts of selling/distributing a Schedule I or II drug for profit. She also was charged with six counts of reckless regard for human life while a guardian.

Chasity Ann Crockett, 34, of Farnham was charged November 12 with two counts of feloniously sell/distribute a controlled substance, namely a Schedule II drug. Crockett was served by the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office.

Charles Anthony Johnson Sr., 48, of Haynesville was charged November 14 with two counts of feloniously sell/distribute a controlled substance, namely a Schedule II drug. Johnson was served by the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office.

Joseph G. “Joby” Lee, 39, of Tappahannock was charged November 19 with three counts of feloniously sell/distribute a controlled substance, namely a schedule II drug.

Among other felony charges:

Kristen Maxine King, 22, of Callao was charged November 15 with two counts of felony shoplifting from the Callao Supermarket.

Floyd D. Newton, 29, of Callao was charged November 15 with two counts of felony shoplifting from the Callao Supermarket.

Nathan Allan Kramer, 18, of Callao was charged November 26 with selling/distributing marijuana and a summons was also issued for speeding.

Misdemeanors

A Burgess man, 40, was charged November 6 with a capias/attachment of the body for violating his terms of release.

A Reedville woman, 44, was charged November 8 with driving under the influence of alcohol, reckless driving and hit and run.

A Hague woman, 63, was charged November 10 with being drunk in public.

A Lancaster woman, 67, was charged November 10 with driving under the influence of alcohol.

A Reedville man, 68, was charged November 21 with being drunk in public.

A Heathsville man, 30, was charged November 24 with two counts of assault and battery on family members.

A Burgess woman, 33, was charged November 26 with driving suspended, third plus offense, and a capias/attachment of the body was also served for failing to appear in the Northumberland County General District Court.

Northumberland fire calls

For November 19-26, the Callao VFD responded to two calls, including a gas tank leak and a medical assist.

The Fairfields VFD responded to four calls, including a fire alarm, a motor vehicle crash, a field/brush fire and a mutual aid call.

Northumberland EMS calls

For November 19-26, the Northumberland County Emergency Services, Callao Volunteer Rescue Squad, Mid-County Volunteer Rescue Squad and Northumberland County Volunteer Rescue Squad responded to 33 calls, including 27 medical emergencies, four falls/trauma, a motor vehicle crash and a standby.


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