by Audrey Thomasson
LANCASTER—The Hon. Harry T. Taliaferro III presided over the following cases in Lancaster County Circuit Court on August 25.
Allen C. Conaway of Wicomico Church was found guilty of felony and misdemeanor probation violations. He was given an active sentence of six months and ordered to pay $742.84 in court costs.
Joseph Cox Jr. of Lively was charged with felony probation violation on 13 convictions. A court appointed attorney will be assigned to represent him on September 8.
Amy Burgess Showl of White Stone was scheduled for a review on a misdemeanor conviction. The case was continued to September 15 on a motion by defense.
The case of Patrick Arthur Tuck of Callao, charged with felony probation violation, was set for trial on October 13.
Shakeen Donta Walker of Weems was scheduled for trial on felony sale of schedule I/II drugs. Commonwealth’s Attorney Jan Smith nolle prosequi the charges.
Terrence Marcel Clarke’s bond was revoked. Trial was set for October 6 on felony charges of distribution of schedule I/II drugs, obstruction and resisting arrest.
Kyle Wesley Davis of Weems entered a guilty plea to felony distribution of a controlled substance. He was sentenced to five years, all suspended, and ordered to pay court costs of $1,949.28 and a $250 fine.
Cintez Carneal Gibson of Lancaster was scheduled for trial on felony distribution of schedule I/II drugs. The case was continued on a motion by defense.
Devon Kwadijeantis Kelley of Lancaster was scheduled for trial on felony distribution of schedule I/II drugs. The case was continued to September 29.
The case of Robert Gray Shermer of Virginia Beach, charged with misdemeanor and felony distribution of marijuana and felony distribution of schedule I/II drugs, was set for trial on October 6.
The case of Shadonta Lateef Beane of Merry Point, charged with two felonies of distribution of schedule I/II drugs, was nolle prosequi by the Commonwealth’s Attorney.
The case of Judson Nicholas McGuire of Irvington was set for trial November 17 on two felony charges of disregard of a child’s life and three misdemeanors for distribution of marijuana.
The case of Deandra Lee Lucas, charged with two misdemeanors of possession and distribution of marijuana, was set for trial October 20.
Joshua Tyler Williams of Mathews qualified for a court appointed attorney. Trial was set for September 3 on charges of felony receiving stolen goods, credit card fraud and larceny.