Sheriffs’ Reports

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

Felonies

James L. Sutton Sr., 63, of Bunkhouse Lane was charged May 14 with felony distribution of a Schedule I or II narcotic.

Brian K. Painter, 47, of Peake Road was charged May 17 with three felony counts of distribution of a Schedule I or II narcotic.

Kimberly Benson, 44, of Peake Road was charged May 17 with three felony counts of distribution of a Schedule I or II narcotic.

Stephanie N. Newman, 38, of Methodist Church Road was charged May 17 with felony possession of a Schedule I or II narcotic.

Misdemeanors

A Third Avenue woman, 37, was charged May 16 with reckless driving.

A Williamsburg man, 43, was charged May 16 with contempt of court.

A Heathsville man, 47, was charged May 19 with driving under the influence of intoxicants.

A Natty Point Lane woman, 59, was charged May 19 with driving under the influence of intoxicants.

Activity report

May 14: Staff responded to the 9000 block of Mary Ball Road to investigate the report of a child sexual assault, to the Lively area of Mary Ball Road for a reckless driver, to a motor vehicle accident with injury on Courthouse Road, and to Riverview Road for the report of a motor vessel in distress (The U.S. Coast Guard and Virginia Marine Police were called and the vessel was located).

May 15: Staff responded to the 100 block of Summers Lane for a suspicious vehicle.

May 16: Staff responded to the 700 block of Rappahannock Drive for a narcotic violation, to Chinns Mill on Mary Ball Road for a traffic hazard caused by a disabled tractor-trailer, and to the 1600 block of Taylor’s Creek Road for a possible burglary.

May 17: Staff responded to a walk in report of an attempt to obtain money by false pretenses and identity fraud, to the 100 block of Holly Haven Road to assist emergency management services (EMS) with a medical condition, to the 200 block of Bowline Road for vandalism to an access road, and to the 800 block of Rappahannock Drive for a suspicious backpack at a business location.

May 18: Staff responded to the 8800 block of Mary Ball Road for a minor two-vehicle traffic crash, to the 2700 block of Mary Ball Road to investigate a motor vehicle theft, to the 100 block of The Lane for theft of jewelry, to the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge for a minor two-vehicle traffic crash, to Irvington and Weems roads for a vehicle creating a traffic hazard, to the Norris Bridge for a two-vehicle traffic crash with injuries, to the 400 block of Twin Branch Road for the report of a suicidal person with a weapon, to the 1000 block of Blueberry Point Road for vandalism of a retaining wall, to Old Salem Road for a traffic hazard from high water, to the 200 block of Fleets Bay Road for two suspicious persons walking around a residence, and to the 300 block of Scott Road for a traffic hazard created by high water.

May 19: Staff responded to Old Salem Road for a tree down in the highway, to the 200 block of Christopher Drive to assist the Kilmarnock Police Department (KPD) with a reported domestic disturbance, to Ocran and Scott roads for a traffic hazard from high water, to the 4200 block of Mary Ball Road for a single-vehicle traffic crash, and to the Norris Bridge for a possible drunk driver.

May 20: Staff responded to the 100 block of Cedar Lane to assist KPD with a domestic disturbance, to Dungeons Thicket Road for an abandoned vehicle, to the 4100 block of Windmill Point Road for the report of two motorcycles driving recklessly, to the 3600 block of Windmill Point Road for an abandoned vehicle on private property, to the 700 block of Monaskon Road for a civil (property) issue, to Merry Point and Mary Ball roads for a possible intoxicated driver, and to the 600 block of Ring Farm Road for two individuals trespassing on ATVs.

Staff also conducted 11 traffic stops, issued six summonses, assisted eight motorists, handled 11 calls for traffic control, investigated six building alarms, logged one inmate transport, received 12 E911 hang-up calls, and fielded two calls for animal control service.

Fire calls

The Upper Lancaster Volunteer Fire Department responded to a structure fire on Light Street, a downed tree on White Chapel Road, a fire/smoke alarm on Mary Ball Road, a vehicle fire on Morattico Road, a power line fire on Slabtown Road and a traffic crash on Mary Ball Road.

The Kilmarnock VFD responded to a downed tree at Lumberlost and Black Stump roads, a traffic crash on Bluff Point Road, an oven fire on Main Street and a fire/smoke alarm on School Street.

The White Stone VFD responded to a heat pump fire on Mosquito Point Road.

EMS calls

For the week of May 13 through 19, the Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad, Upper Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad and Lancaster County Emergency Services responded to 27 calls for service including eight medical emergencies, three injuries, six traffic accidents, four fires and six other calls.

Northumberland County Sheriff James R. “Doc” Lyons this week reported charges against 21 individuals.

Felonies

Ernest Leroy Jackson Jr., 40, of Reedville was charged May 16 on a direct indictment from the Northumberland Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury with distribution/sell for profit a Schedule I or II drug.

Robert Norris Bibbens, 34, of Hague was charged May 17 with grand larceny and driving suspended in Northumberland County. Essex County charged Bibbens with forgery, altering a title to a vehicle and obtaining a DMV document unlawfully. The arrest was made by Northumberland County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO).

Tirrell Jervon Samuel, 32, of Reedville was charged May 17 on a direct indictment from the Northumberland County Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury with distribution/sale for profit a Schedule I or II drug.

Trevell Brooks, 29, of Warsaw was charged May 17 with possession of a Schedule I or II drug, driving under the influence of alcohol, second offense within five years, reckless driving and driving revoked.

Ashli Joanne Dunford, 32, of Kilmarnock was charged May 17 on a direct indictment with distribution/sale for profit a Schedule I or II drug.

Brian Keith Painter, 47, of Weems was charged May 17 with three counts of selling/distribution of a Schedule I or II drug. These were NCSO warrants, served by the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO).

Kimberly Dawn Benson, 44, of Weems was charged May 17 with three counts of selling/distribution of a Schedule I or II drug. These were NCSO warrants, served by the LCSO.

Kayla Brook Chatham, 23, of Callao was charged May 18 on a direct indictment from the Northumberland County Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury with selling less than one ounce of marijuana to a minor and three counts of carnal knowledge/statutory rape without force on a victim between the ages of 13 or 14.

James Lee Williams, 48, of Callao was charged May 18 on a direct indictment from the Northumberland County Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury with selling/distribution of a Schedule I or II drug.

James Christopher Williams, 23, of Warsaw was charged May 18 on a direct indictment from the Northumberland County Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury with selling/distribution of a Schedule I or II drug.

Christian Dion Walker Birckett, 25, of Callao was charged May 18 on a direct indictment from the Northumberland County Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury with two counts of selling/distributing over ½ ounce but less than five pounds of marijuana.

Karee Lynette Sutton, 36, of Lancaster County was charged May 18 on a direct indictment from the Northumberland County Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury with distribution/selling a Schedule I or II drug. This was a Northumberland County Direct Indictment served by the LCSO.

Haynes Jerome Johnson, 36, of Lancaster County was charged May 18 on a direct indictment from the Northumberland County Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury with distribution/selling of a Schedule I or II drug. This was a Northumberland County direct indictment served by the LCSO.

Delaina Deanne Cooper, 48, of Burgess was served May 19 with a Rule to Show Cause from the Lancaster County Circuit Court for failing to pay costs and fines and violating her probation on a felony offense. This was served by the NCSO.

Percell Elwood Noel, 51, of Burgess was charged May 19 on a direct indictment from the Lancaster County Circuit Court. This was served by the NCSO.

Misdemeanors

A Heathsville man, 43, was charged May 18 with a capias/attachment of the body for failing to appear in court and obeying a court order.

A Heathsville woman, 36, was charged May 19 with assault and battery of a family member.

A Burgess man, 34, was charged May 20 on two capias/attachments of the body for failing to obey a court order, namely admitted to drinking alcohol and testing positive for THC.

A Callao man, 36, was charged May 20 on a direct indictment from the Northumberland County Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury with selling/distribution of ½ ounce or less of marijuana.

A Heathsville woman, 49, was charged May 20 with assault and battery of a family member. This was a Northumberland County warrant served by the Arlington County Police Department.

A Richmond woman, 64, was charged May 21, with animal cruelty. This was a Northumberland County warrant that was served by the Henrico Police Department.


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