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Sheriff’s Report

 

Coffee with a cop

The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office will host “coffee with a cop” at 9 a.m. Thursday, January 25, at Front Porch Coffeehouse, 139 South Main Street, Kilmarnock.

Members of the public are urged to meet and chat with law enforcement representatives.

 

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

Felonies

Steve Deroger Lee Waller Jr. of Kilmarnock was charged January 12 with revocation of suspension of sentence and probation for the underlying charge of manufacturing, selling, giving, distributing or possessing with intent to manufacture, sell, give or distribute a controlled substance.

Terry William Rutledge Jr. of Lancaster was charged January 19 with malicious wounding of a family or household member.

Misdemeanors

A Richmond man, 24, was charged January 10 with failure to appear for arraignment on a driving suspended charge.

A Kilmarnock man, 38, was charged January 14 with revocation of suspension for failure to comply with terms and conditions for the underlying charge of driving while intoxicated.

Activity report

January 14: Staff responded to the 80 block of Chownings Ferry Road for a suspicious vehicle, to the 400 block of Wilson Lane for threats, to the 1600 block of Taylors Creek Road for an adult welfare check, and to the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge for a reckless driver.

January 15: Staff responded to the 8000 block of Mary Ball Road for legal advice, to the 2000 block of Windmill Point Road for destruction of property, to Weems and Christ Church roads for a traffic complaint, to the 100 block of Turner Lane for legal advice, to Mary Ball and Harris roads for debris in the highway, and to the 1500 block of Little Bay Road for gunshots in the late evening hours.

January 16: Staff responded to Mary Ball and White Chapel roads for a suspicious vehicle, to the 8000 block of Mary Ball Road for identity theft, and to White Chapel Road for a reckless driver.

January 17: Staff responded to the 7000 block of River Road for destruction of property, and to Fleets Bay Road for a suspicious vehicle.

January 18: Staff responded to the 100 block of Old Bethel Road for a suspicious vehicle, to the 10 block of Chestnut Point Road for an adult welfare check, to the 200 block of Grand Villa Drive for check theft and forgery, to the 8000 block of Mary Ball Road for breaking and entering, to the 400 block of King Carter Drive for check theft and forgery, to the 8000 block of Mary Ball Road for larceny, to the 100 block of First Street for suspicious activity, and to the 400 block of Doggett Lane for larceny.

January 19: Staff responded to Merry Point Road for debris in the highway, to Mary Ball and Harris roads for debris in the highway, to the 7000 block of River Road for an adult welfare check, to the 8000 block of Mary Ball Road for a domestic assault and battery, to Fleets Bay Road for an abandoned-unattended vehicle, to Mary Ball Road and Whisk Drive for a reckless driver, to the 900 block of Ring Farm Road for threats, to Rappahannock Drive for a disabled vehicle, and to the 100 block of Smith Lane for a disabled vehicle.

January 20: Staff responded to the 100 block of Nuttsville Road for a single-vehicle traffic crash, to the 7000 block of River Road for a breaking and entering/vandalism, and to the 70 block of Cypress Lane for suspicious activity.

January 21: Staff responded to the 600 block of Rappahannock Drive for a traffic complaint, and to the 600 block of Mary Ball Road for a disabled vehicle.

January 22: Staff responded to the 200 block of Greenvale Creek Road for a stray dog, and to the 1000 block of King Carter Drive for legal advice.

Staff also conducted 10 traffic stops, issued 11 summonses, assisted a motorist, recorded two deer strike accidents, handled a call for traffic control, investigated seven building alarms, processed a mental health order, logged two inmate transports, received 12 E911 hang up calls, and fielded five calls for animal control service.

Fire calls

Kilmarnock Volunteer Fire Department responded to a propane leak at 340 North Main Street, and with Upper Lancaster VFD to a residential structure fire at 7506 River Road.

Rappahannock Record Staff
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