Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie this week reported charges against five individuals.
Kemonte Dashuane Smith, 19, of Lancaster was charged June 24 with selling, giving or distributing a controlled substance classified in Schedule I or II, possessing a firearm while in possession of a Schedule I or II narcotic, possessing a Schedule I or II narcotic, disregarding or eluding law enforcement after receiving a signal to stop, reckless driving by speeds at over 80 mph, and driving without a license.
Jonathan Arthur Towles, 22, of Lancaster was charged June 24 with knowingly possessing a firearm while under a protective order, and carrying on or about a person, hidden from common observation a firearm.
Cintez Carneal Gibson, 34, of Lancaster was charged June 24 with selling, giving or distributing a controlled substance classified as a Schedule I or II, possessing a controlled substance classified in Schedule I or II, unlawfully possessing a controlled substance while in possession of a firearm, knowingly possessing a firearm after have been convicted of a felony and two counts of brandishing a firearm in such a manner as to reasonably induce fear in the mind of another of being shot or injured.
A Lancaster man, 54, was charged June 23 with probation violation on a felony offense.
A Newport News man, 64, was charged June 28 with appearing intoxicated in public.
June 22: Staff responded to the 100 block of Sullavans Road for a noise violation from loud music, to the 1300 block of Irvington Road for a three-vehicle traffic crash, to the 100 block of Kathy Drive for threats made to harm another, and to the 1400 block of Lumberlost Road for identity theft and fraud by obtaining funds under false pretenses.
June 23: Staff responded to the 200 block of Campbell Road for gunshots, to the 100 block of Edgehill Lane to check the welfare of the resident after being alerted by medical staff, and to River Road and Bertand Place for suspicious activity
June 24: Staff responded to the 100 block of Bunkhouse Lane for a noise violation from loud music and a civil issue, and to a report of obtaining money by false pretenses at the 1200 block of Laurel Drive.
June 25: Staff responded to the 1000 block of Waverly Avenue for vandalism, to Goodluck and Mary Ball roads for a minor two-vehicle traffic crash, and to Beanes Road for a suspicious person.
June 26: Staff responded to the 100 block of Reynolds Farm Road for a stolen firearm, to the 100 block of My Farm Road for a suspicious person, to the 100 block of Hatton Avenue to assist the Kilmarnock Police Department (KPD) with a domestic disturbance involving alcohol, to the 600 block of Chesapeake Drive for a noise violation because of loud music, and to the 400 block of Kinlock Drive to assist KPD with a domestic disturbance involving alcohol.
June 27: Staff responded to the the 300 block of Gaskins Road for a trespassing, to the 100 block of Washington Street for a domestic assault involving alcohol, and to Buzzard Neck Road for gunshots.
June 28: Staff responded to the 2500 block of Irvington Road for a noise violation involving loud music, to the 3500 block of Mary Ball Road for a single-vehicle traffic crash, to the 200 block of North Main Street to assist KPD with a domestic disturbance, to the 3500 block of Lara Road for an abandoned vehicle in the roadway, to the 2300 block of River Road for a vehicle stopped in the highway, to Regina Road for a suspicious vehicle, Shore Drive for juveniles riding mopeds on the highway without helmets, to the 100 block of Fox Hill Drive for a verbal disagreement, and to the 100 block of Greenwood Court for a disorderly person.
Staff also conducted 14 traffic stops, issued five summonses, assisted seven motorists, recorded two deer strike accidents, investigated six building alarms, logged four inmate transports, received 21 E911 hang-up calls, and fielded a call for animal control service.
The Kilmarnock Volunteer fire Department responded to a traffic crash on Irvington Road, and fire/smoke alarms on Pine Reach Drive and Claybrooke Avenue.
For June 21-28, the Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad, Upper Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad and Lancaster County Emergency Services responded to 43 calls, including 19 medical emergencies,10 injuries, three traffic accidents, a fire call and 10 other calls.