Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie this week reported misdemeanor charges against three individuals.
A Heathsville man, 49, was charged October 18 with contempt of court, disobeying process, judgement.
A Lancaster woman, 74, was charged October 21 with trespassing after being forbidden to do so.
A Kilmarnock man, 52, was charged October 22 with contempt of court, failure to appear.
October 18: Staff responded to the 100 block of Lancaster Drive for violation of a protective order, to the 300 block of Twin Branch Road for vandalism of a vehicle in progress, to the 8000 block of Courthouse Road for a trespasser, to the 100 block of Harris Road to assist emergency medical services (EMS) with a seizure patient, to the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge for a two-vehicle traffic crash, to Irvington Road and Middle Gate for a suspicious person walking in and out of traffic, and to Irvington and Old Salem roads for a two-vehicle traffic crash.
October 19: Staff responded to the 200 block of Leetown Road to assist probation and parole with a possible violation, and to the 200 block of Clark Point Drive for the theft of a Sig Sauer 9mm semi-auto handgun.
October 20: Staff responded to a walk-in report of the brandishing of a firearm in the 900 block of Beanes Road, to the 100 block of Wild Flower Lane for theft of livestock, to White Pine Drive for disorderly persons, to the 2500 block of Rocky Neck Road for a downed tree in the roadway, to Turner Lane for an intoxicated driver, and to the 9000 block of River Road for a domestic disturbance.
October 21: Staff responded to the 100 block of Wild Flower Lane for a trespasser, to the 100 block of Watermans Way for trespassers, to the 100 block of Lee Road for a minor two-vehicle crash, to the 200 block of Old Fairground Way to assist Kilmarnock Police Department with a foot pursuit of a reported shoplifter, to the Norris Bridge for a disabled vehicle obstructing traffic, to Mary Ball and Old Salem roads for a suspicious person, to the 2100 block of River Road for a two-vehicle traffic crash resulting in a fatality, to a walk-in report of a trespass at Wild Flower Lane, and to the 600 block of Rappahannock Drive to assist EMS with a person with an altered mental status.
October 22: Staff responded to the 500 block of Wilson Lane for a suspicious vehicle occupied by two people, to the 1100 block of Regina Road for a trespasser, to the 500 block of Rappahannock Drive for a two-vehicle traffic crash, to the 300 block of Ocran Road to assist EMS, to the 1100 block of Regina Road for a trespasser, to the 3500 block of Merry Point Road for gunshots, to the 400 block of Rappahannock Drive for a verbal disagreement, and to the 100 block of Primary School Circle for a suspicious person.
October 23: Staff responded to the 500 block of Johns Neck Road for a missing adult, to Main Street and Irvington Road to assist KPD with a pedestrian struck by a vehicle, to the 100 block of Entertainment Drive for disorderly juveniles, to the 1000 block of White Chapel Road a sudden death, and to the 100 block of Alphonso Road for a suspicious person.
October 24: Staff responded to the 2300 block of Irvington Road for a two-vehicle traffic crash, to Weems Road for a person on a dirt bike on the roadway with a toddler on the back, to the 1100 block of Black Stump Road for suspicious activity, to the 2000 block of Morattico Road for a hit and run property damage, and to the 2400 block of River Road for a possible stolen vehicle.
Staff also conducted six traffic stops, issued eight summonses, assisted five motorists, recorded three deer strike accidents, handled eight calls for traffic control, investigated six building alarms, logged an inmate transport, received 10 E911 hang-up calls and fielded three requests for animal control service.
Kilmarnock Volunteer Fire Department responded to separate traffic crashes on Bluff Point Road and Irvington Road, a fire smoke alarm on North Main Street and with Upper Lancaster VFD to a structure fire on Ditchley Road.
White Stone VFD responded to a fire/smoke alarm on Broadway.