Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie this week reported charges against four individuals.
Damian Devonte Owens, 27, of Lancaster was charged February 23 with fugitive from justice: fled from Ohio on charges of murder, aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery, felonious assault and improperly discharging a firearm into an occupied dwelling.
A Lancaster woman, 22, was charged (no date given) with embezzlement, under $1,000.
A White Stone man, 58, was charged February 23 with stalking, causing reasonable fear of death/assault, and trespassing after being forbidden to do so.
A Lancaster man, 48, was charged February 26 with petit larceny of U.S. currency valued at less than $1,000.
February 21: Staff responded to the 200 block of New South Road to assist Kilmarnock Police Department (KPD) with the report of gunshots fired into an occupied dwelling, to the 500 block of Chesapeake Drive for vandalism of a commercial building, to a walk-in report of the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, to the 200 block of Hickory Road for a possible suicidal person, and to the 1800 block of Windmill Point Road for a verbal disagreement.
February 22: Staff responded to the 1900 block of Lara Road to check the welfare of a resident, to the 300 block of Ocran Road for a possible intoxicated driver, and to the 1600 block of Windmill Point Road for a trespasser.
February 23: Staff responded to the 8200 block of Mary Ball Road for a fight in progress, to the 1800 block of Windmill Point Road violation of a protective order, to a walk-in report of trespassing and stalking that occurred at the 1800 block of Windmill Point Road, and to the intersection of Merry Point and Iberis Roads for the report of a tree down in the roadway.
February 24: Staff responded to the 100 block of Bartlett Lane to check the welfare of a resident; to the 600 block of Rappahannock Drive for a person walking in and out of traffic, and to the 1800 block of Windmill Point Road for a trespasser.
February 25: Staff responded to the 100 block of Fox Hill Drive to assist KPD with a domestic assault, to the 1900 block of White Chapel Road for a hit and run vehicle crash, and o the 300 block of Devils Bottom Road for the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
February 26: Staff responded to the 100 block of Devils Bottom Road for a domestic disturbance, to the 100 block of Primary School Circle for trespassers, to the 100 block of Entertainment Drive for trespassers, to the 2500 block of Merry Point Road for a vehicle parked partially in the roadway.
February 27: Staff responded to the 200 block of Old Fair Grounds Way for a person with an altered mental status, to the 1100 block of Regina Road for larceny of a mailbox, to the 100 block of Peake Road for a stolen log splitter, to the intersection of Mary Ball and Alfonso roads to assist Virginia State Police with a possible stolen vehicle, and to the 100 block of Pine Drive for a domestic disturbance.
Staff also conducted 13 traffic stops, issued seven summonses, assisted two motorists, handled five calls for traffic control, investigated two building alarms, logged three inmate transport, received seven E911 hang-up calls, and fielded three calls for animal control service.
Kilmarnock Volunteer Fire Department responded to a traffic crash on South Main Street, a structure fire on Jessie duPont Memorial Highway and with White Stone VFD to a vehicle fire o, Weems Road.
Northumberland County Sheriff Johnny Beauchamp this week reported charges against four individuals.
Trey Lamont Barber, 24, of Lottsburg was charged February 15 with six felony counts of grand larceny for taking items from local businesses. He also was charged with 10 counts of petit larceny for stealing copper wiring from different locations.
Felicia L. Anderson, 30, of Burgess was charged February 25 with threatening to bomb or burn a structure and attempt to flee law enforcement. A summons was issued for Anderson for being drunk in public.
A woman (no address given), 40, was charged February 22 with a capias/attachment of the body issued by the Northumberland County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court for failing to appear.
A Warsaw man, 76, was charged February 27 with five counts of petit larceny from a local business.