Sheriffs’ Reports

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

Felonies

Destiny L. Taylor, 19, of Pinckardsville Road was charged October 17 with assault and battery, assault and battery on a family member, and felonious assault.

Cherry A. Waller, 27, no address given, was arrested for felonious assault.

Misdemeanors

A Jesse duPont Memorial Highway man, 45, was charged October 18 by Northumberland authorities for contempt of Lancaster General District Court.

A Chase Street man, 29, was charged October 20 with possession of marijuana.

A Levelgreen Road man, 34, was charged October 20 with contributing to the delinquency of a minor and grand larceny, both in a KPD case.

A Nuttsville Road man, 32, was charged October 21 with contempt of court.

A Millenbeck Road man, 38, was charged October 21 with abduction, domestic assault and battery, and unlawful damage to telephone line.

A Rappahannock Drive man, 41, was charged October 22 DUI and reckless driving.

Activity Report

October 16: Staff attempted to locate a reported reckless driver in the Lively-River Road area, responded to Cedar Lane on a social media post about a person intending to harm him/herself, with Kilmarnock Police Department (KPD) to a shots fired call in the area of Third Avenue, and to a deer strike incident near Chinns Mill.

October 17: Staff notified Richmond County authorities of a reported reckless driver from Lively towards Chinns Mill as no Lancaster unit was in position to attempt to intercept, and Northumberland County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO) of an E911 disconnect call that originated in the 9000 block of Jesse duPont Memorial Highway, responded to a destruction of property complaint on Pohickory Lane (no criminal incident), to Weems in an attempt to locate a reported suicidal person, finding him/her after 1 hour 20 minutes and determining the person was not a danger to him/herself or others, and to a possible prowler complaint in the 400 block of Ocran Road, received a walk-in complaint of a residential burglary in the 500 block of Mary Ball Road (no criminal incident involved), and received an assault by threat complaint from a resident in the 5700 block of White Chapel Road.

October 18: Staff responded with KPD to a domestic disturbance on East Church Street, destroyed an injured game animal in the 4800 block of Windmill Point Road, received a sexual assault report from a Kilmarnock area resident (investigation determined the incident occurred in Northumberland County, the investigation information was forwarded to NCSO), and a sexual assault report (investigation found that the incident occurred in Martinsville, authorities there were provided with a copy of the Lancaster investigation), and received a walk-in complaint of fraud (no financial loss reported).

October 19: Staff checked on the well-being of a Keep Safe program participant after prearranged telephone contact could not be made (neighbor advised that the person was hospitalized), and responded to Levelgreen Road on a resident’s request for assistance with a lock.

October 20: Staff investigated a suspicious vehicle parked in the 400 block of North Main Street (driver waiting to meet a worker from a local business), and an abandoned vehicle on Regina Road (owner arrived, disabled vehicle, tow service was en route), checked on the well-being of a Shore Drive resident at the request of an out-of-town family member (no emergency services needed), transferred to Northumberland authorities a caller who needed to report a stolen vehicle (incident occurred on Remo Road), responded to a reported game animal carcass being a traffic hazard on Weems Road, to an E911 disconnect call from Winona Drive (no emergency services needed), to Loblolly Road on a report of a possible mental health emergency (no emergency services needed), to a destruction of property and juvenile behavioral complaint on Robinson Road, with Virginia State Police (VSP) to a single-vehicle traffic crash on Lara Road (road closed for approximately 45 minutes), to a two-vehicle traffic crash near Mary Ball and Pinckardsville roads, to a suspicious person complaint near Oyster Way, to a trespass complaint on Greenwood Court, and to a disturbance call on Davis Mill Road (subjects gone on arrival), and attempted to intercept a reported reckless driver in the White Stone area.

October 21: Staff responded to a domestic disturbance on Millenbeck Road, to a minor single-vehicle traffic crash at Mary Ball and Merry Point roads (VDOT was notified to repair downed stop sign), to Morattico Road on an excess speed complaint, with VSP to assist Northumberland authorities with a disturbance call, possible firearm involved, in the 2900 block of Browns Store Road (landlord/tenant incident), and to a reckless driving complaint on Devils Bottom Road, received a motorist’s report of a reckless driver in the White Stone area (no unit in position to attempt to intercept), and a complaint of juveniles knocking on doors in the neighborhood then running away, notified Richmond County authorities of a downed tree blocking Lara Road near the old landfill site, and received a walk-in complaint involving the recovery of property.

October 22: Staff responded to the Lively-Chinns Mill area to attempt to intercept a reported reckless driver, received a report of the theft of firearms from the 2500 block of Irvington Road (two Smith & Wesson pistols, $1,280 loss), responded with KPD to assist Northumberland authorities with the arrest of a wanted person on Southport Lane, to the Weems area on a complaint of person beeping the horn when passing the complainant’s son’s home, and to a possible mental health emergency in the 2800 block of Lara Road (EMS placed on standby), and removed heavy debris causing a traffic hazard on Mary Ball Road near Norris Pond.

October 23: Staff notified VDOT of game animal carcass blocking a driveway on Morattico Road (VDOT advised removal will be done in 1-3 days, depending upon workload), checked on the well-being of a Keep Safe program participant after prearranged telephone contact could not be made (no emergency services needed), responded to an unattended death on Cypress Lane (medical examiner’s office determined natural death), to a man with a gun call on Regina Road (no firearm involved, protective order issued), and to a domestic disturbance on West Point Road.

Staff also conducted 15 traffic stops, issued nine summonses, assisted three motorists, recorded eight deer strike accidents, handled six calls for traffic control, investigated two building alarms, logged three inmate transports, received eight E911 hang-up calls and fielded two calls for animal control service.

Fire calls

White Stone Volunteer Fire Department responded to a smoke/fire alarm in the 2200 block of Mosquito Point Road, fire training in the 100 block of Ocran Road, to establish a med-evac landing zone near the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge, and with Kilmarnock VFD to a vehicle fire on Mary Ball Road.

Kilmarnock VFD also responded to a traffic crash on South Main Street—cancelled by KPD, a traffic crash near Mary Ball and Pinckardsville roads, and a propane gas leak on Akins Lane.

Upper Lancaster VFD responded to a vehicle fire in the 8600 block Courthouse Road—no fire involved, a traffic crash on Lara Road, and a combine fire in the 600 block of Miskimon Road.

EMS calls

For the week of October 15 through 21, the Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad, Upper Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad and Lancaster County Emergency Services responded to 41 calls for service including 21 medical emergencies, nine injuries, a traffic accident and 10 other calls.

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

Felonies

Carlos A. Liverpool, 37, of Burgess was charged October 17 with grand larceny, forgery and uttering—all Westmoreland County papers served by NCSO. He also was charged October 17 with six counts of grand larceny, three counts of petit larceny, third plus offense, nine counts of forgery and nine counts of uttering—all Essex County papers served by NCSO.

Kelvin Delwood Muse, 54, of Callao was charged October 19 with two counts of failing to register as a sex offender.

Charles Lamont Williams, 48, of Kilmarnock was charged October 22 with selling/distribution of marijuana, altering or removing numbers on a firearm and carrying a concealed weapon. He also was charged with failing to wear a face shield on a motorcycle and failing to secure a license plate on a vehicle.

Misdemeanors

A Heathsville man, 52, was charged October 12 with hit and run.

A Heathsville man, 38, was charged October 15 with being drunk in public.

A Heathsville woman, 37, was charged October 16 with assault and battery.

A Burgess man, 37, was charged October 17 with a capias/attachment of the body issued from the Northumberland County General District Court for failing to obey a court order.

A Heathsville man, 45, was charged October 18 with a capias/attachment of the body for failing to appear in the Northumberland County General District Court on the original charge driving suspended.

A Heathsville man, 29, was charged October 22 with a capias/attachment of the body for failing to appear in the Northumberland County General District Court. He was served by the Essex County Sheriff’s Office.



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