Northumberland County Circuit Court

Shaune Lee

by Shaune Lee

HEATHSVILLE—The Northumberland County Circuit Court convened on Tuesday, February 9, with the Hon. R. Michael McKenney presiding.

Matthew D. Bryant of Callao, charged with felony possession of Schedule I/II drugs, entered a plea of nolo contendere, and a deferred disposition was continued to February 8, 2022.

Codey N. Phipps of Kinsale, charged with felony extortion in writing, entered a plea of nolo contendere, and a deferred disposition was continued to February 8, 2022.

In the case of Audie J. Flessner of White Stone, charged with felony extortion in writing, a plea hearing was continued to February 23 after a joint motion was filed.

In the case of Robert V. Campbell of Lancaster, also known as Robert Curry, charged with felony possession of child pornography with a subject younger than 15 years old and seven felony counts of using electronic means to solicit a subject younger than 15 years old, a plea hearing was continued to April 27.

The trial of Chasity A. Crockett of Colonial Beach, charged with felony probation violation on a felony offense, was continued to March 15.

The trial of Jeffrey J. Gillis of Annandale, charged with felony grand larceny/theft of an automobile and felony grand larceny/theft greater than $500, was continued to May 11.

The trial of Corneisha Kelly of Heathsville, charged with felony violation of a protective order while armed and ancillary misdemeanor purchase of a gun while being the subject of a protective order, was continued and a status hearing set for March 30.

The trial of Christopher M. Sydnor of Warsaw, charged with felony probation violation on a felony offense, was continued to April 27.

In the case of Kadene R. Gordon of Heathsville, charged with felony failure to appear on a felony offense, bond was granted and a trial set for April 27.

Ernest J. Polk Jr. of Heathsville, appealing a charge of misdemeanor assault and battery of a family member, withdrew his appeal prior to trial, was found guilty, and was sentenced to 12 months in jail.

Charges of felony distribution/sale of Schedule I/II drugs against Richard B. Hundley Jr. of Heathsville were nolle prossed.