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Northumberland County Circuit Court Report

Megan Schiffres

by Megan Schiffres

HEATHSVILLE—The Northumberland County Circuit Court convened October 22, with the Hon. R. Michael McKenney presiding.

The trial of Christopher O. Crockett of Heathsville, charged with one felony for assault and battery and one misdemeanor for strangulation resulting in injury, was set for November 5.

The trial of Demar A. Davenport of Heathsville, charged with violating a protective order for the third time in 20 years, was set for January 14.

The trial of Dontay N. Davis of Heathsville, charged with five felonies for failing to register as a violent sex offender, was set for December 17.

The trial of Brian D. Juhl of Kilmarnock, charged with two felonies including one count for strangulation resulting in wounds or injury and one count for malicious wounding, and three felonies including one count for obstructing phone lines, one count for violating a protective order, and one count for assault and battery of a family member, was set to begin December 10.

The trial of Hector A. Larios of Burgess, charged with one felony for grand larceny, was set for January 14.

The trial of Kelvin D. Muse of Callao, charged with four felonies including two counts for failing to register as a violent sex offender and two charges for violating his probation, was set to begin December 17.

The trial of Jeremy G. Olsen of Kilmarnock, charged with two felonies including one count for malicious wounding and one count for strangulation resulting in wound or injury, was set for December 17.

The case of Robert C. Stevenson of Mechanicsville, charged with one felony for forgery, was continued to November 5.

The trial of Joseph J. Baum of Lancaster, charged with two civil charges for failing to pay restitution, was set for November 5.

Elton T. Cockrell, of Lancaster, charged with two felonies for violating probation on felony offenses, could not be found by the court and the case was continued to January 28.

Sheldon P. Cox of Heathsville, charged with two felonies for violating his probation on felony offenses, could not be found by the court and the case was continued to January 28.

Christopher L. Goins of Mollusk, charged with four felonies for violating his probation on felony offenses, could not be found by the court and his case was continued to January 28.

Robert H. Griffin of Heathsville, charged with five felonies for violating his probation on felony offenses, could not be found by the court and the case was continued to January 28.

Charles E. Johnson of Farnham, charged with one felony for violating his probation on felony offenses, could not be found by the court and the case was continued to January 28.

Lacey R. Michalak of Warsaw, charged with three felonies including one count for selling Schedule III drugs, one count for failing to appear in court on a felony offense, and one count revoking pretrial release, could not be found by the court and the case was continued to January 28.

The trial of Brian K. Painter of Weems, charged with one felony for violating probation on a felony offense, was set for January 7.

The case of Karlide A. Harding of Weems, charged with one felony for breaking and entering to commit a misdemeanor, was continued to December 17.

Bond was denied in the case of Alicia S. Darby of Tappahannock, charged with four felonies including two counts for failing to appear in court on a felony charge, one count for violating her probation, and one count for possession of a controlled substance. Darby’s trial is set for November 19.

The trial of Willis A. Veney of Farnham, charged with two felonies including one count for manufacturing controlled substances and one count for perjury, was set for April 28.

The case of Keywon M. Gaskins of Heathsville, charged with two felonies for violating his probation, was continued to November 19.

Bond was denied in the case of Delonte M. Johnson of Farnham, charged with 16 felonies including five counts for manufacturing controlled substances, one count for the sale of marijuana, one count for failing to appear in court on a felony charge, and nine counts revoking his pretrial release.

A review of the case of Bernard C. Anderson of Burgess, charged with one felony count for unauthorized use of a vehicle larceny, was continued to November 5.

A review of the case of Emily Clay Gains of Summerfield, Fla., charged with one felony for selling Schedule I or II drugs, was dismissed by the court.

A review of the case of Duane M. Peel of Callao, charged with one felony count for manufacturing a controlled substance, was continued to January 28.

A review of the case of Devon N. Robinson of Heathsville, charged with two felonies for violating his probation on a felony offense, was continued to January 28.

The case of Tyrese D. Samuel of North Chesterfield, charged with one felony for shooting at an occupied building and three misdemeanors including one count for pointing or brandishing a firearm, one count for recklessly handling a firearm, and one count for carrying a concealed weapon, was continued to December 3.

The deferred disposition of Joshua J. Burchett of Reedville, charged with one felony for possession of a controlled substance, was continued to January 14.

The deferred disposition of Dontay N. Davis of Heathsville, charged with two felonies including one count for violating his probation on a felony offense and one count for failure to appear in court on a felony offense, was continued to December 17.

The case of Barbara B. Johns, no address listed, charged with one felony for manufacture of a controlled substance, was dismissed by the court.

The case of Richard E. Sandy of Reedville, charged with one felony for possession of a controlled substance, was dismissed by the court.

The trial of Patricia A. Campbell, no address listed, charged with one felony for manufacture of a controlled substance, was continued to April 28.

The trial of William S. Diller of Hague, charged with four felonies including three counts for violating his probation on a felony offense and one count revoking his pretrial release, was continued to November 19.

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