by Megan Schiffres
HEATHSVILLE—The Northumberland County Circuit Court convened July 10, with the Hon. Herbert M. Hewitt presiding.
The trial of James Crawley of Montross, charged with two felony counts of manufacturing controlled substances, was set for November 6.
The case of Logan Hunter of Callao, charged with violating the conditions of a pretrial release, was continued until July 24.
The trial of Geri Jackson of Kinsale, charged with two felony counts of manufacturing controlled substances, was set for October 16.
The trial of Delonte Johnson of Farnham, charged with four felony counts of manufacturing controlled substances, was set for November 13.
Richard Bowles of Reedville pleaded guilty to three felony charges of failing to register as a sexual offender and was sentenced to two years in prison for each count, with one year and eight months of each sentence suspended. Bowles, who is already serving three years in prison for a violation of probation, will serve this time concurrently with his original sentence.
The case of Amy Bromley of Heathsville, charged with speeding 67 mph in a 55 mph zone, was dismissed.
The trial of Eva Davila-Paz, charged with one felony count of manufacturing a controlled substance, was continued until November 6.
Ernest Polk of Heathsville, charged with one misdemeanor count of failing to comply with the Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program, entered a plea of nolo contendere and was issued a fine of $444 by the court.