Sheriff’s Report 06-18-20

Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie this week reported charges against eight individuals.

Felonies

William Anthony Johnson, 62, of Lancaster was charged June 5 with larceny valued less than $500 after being convicted of two or more larceny offenses.

Kevin Maurice Edwards, 36, of Heathsville, was charged June 13 with four counts of distributing/selling a Schedule I or II drug for profit.

Calvin Flanders Taylor III, 34, of Lancaster was charged June 14 with distributing/selling marijuana, third offense.

Tyrell O. Gaskins, 41, of Weems was charged June 14 with five counts of distributing/selling a Schedule I or II drug, second offense.

Misdemeanors

A White Stone woman, 36, was charged June 8 with contempt of court: failure to appear.

A Lancaster man, 22, was charged June 8 with assault and battery of a family member.

A Lancaster man, 27, was charged June 9 with two counts of failure to appear in court.

A White Stone man, 36, was charged June 14 with pointing/brandishing a firearm, assault and battery of a family member, and destruction of property valued less than $1,000.

Activity report

June 8: Staff responded to the 100 block of British Landing Drive for trespassers, to the 100 block of Moran Creek Road to check the welfare of the resident after being alerted by the Veterans Administration, to the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge for debris on the roadway, to a walk-in report of an assault, to the 100 block of British Landing Drive for trespassers; to the 100 block of Office Park Drive to assist Kilmarnock Police Department (KPD) with a domestic assault, and to the 500 block of North Main Street to assist KPD with a larceny from a business.

June 9: Staff responded to the 200 block of Gordon Drive for suspicious activity, to the 200 block of Old Fairgrounds Way to assist KPD with a hit and run automobile crash on private property, to the 1900 block of Rocky Neck Road for vandalism of a building, to a walk-in report of vandalism of a residence and vehicle at the 1500 block of Shore Drive, and to the 100 block of Thomas Landing Road for suspicious activity.

June 10: Staff responded to the 1000 block of Levelgreen Road to check the welfare of the resident after being alerted by a family member, to Mary Ball and Morattico roads for a two-vehicle traffic crash, to the 1500 block of Shore Drive for vandalism, to the 5500 block of Windmill Point Road for a civil issue, and to the 600 block of Cedar Pointe Drive for a domestic disturbance.

June 11: Staff responded to Irvington and Old Salem roads for a downed traffic sign in the roadway, to the 200 block of Hodges Lane for a truck that struck a utility pole, and to a walk-in report of shots fired into a dwelling.

June 12: Staff responded to the 300 block of Cow Shed Road for a possible suicidal person, to the 500 block of Wiggins Avenue to assist KPD with a disorderly person, and to the 2200 block of Black Stump Road to assist emergency medical services with an unstable patient.

June 13: Staff responded to the 1400 block of Millenbeck Road for a suspicious vehicle, to the 100 block of Morattico Road for destruction of a mailbox, and to the 2000 block of Black Stump Road for a noise violation from loud music.

June 14: Staff responded to the 500 block of Hoecake Road for possible damage to a vehicle, to the 200 block of Old Fairgrounds Way to assist KPD with a hit and run traffic crash, and to the 200 block of Ocran Road for a domestic assault involving alcohol and a firearm.

Staff also conducted 10 traffic stops, issued five summonses, assisted a motorist, recorded a deer strike accident, handled a call for traffic control, investigated four building alarms, logged two inmate transports and received 19 E911 hang-up calls.

Fire calls

Kilmarnock Volunteer Fire Department responded to a fire/smoke alarm on North Main Street.

Upper Lancaster VFD responded to a fire/smoke alarm on Light Street.

EMS calls

For June 7-13, the Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad, Upper Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad and Lancaster County Emergency Services responded to 39 calls, including 27 medical emergencies, six injuries, a fire and five other calls.