Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie this week reported charges against five individuals.
Jimmy Allen Jones, 53, of Weems was charged May 23 with maiming: cause bodily injury with intent to disable, disfigure or kill; rape: intercourse by force or intimidation; and sodomy: against the victim’s will by force, threat or intimidation.
A White Stone man, 20, was charged (no date given) with revocation of a pretrial release on a misdemeanor.
A Heathsville man, 56, was charged May 23 with failure to register as a sex offender.
A Lancaster man, 47, was charged May 25 with debtor: held until offender answers interrogatories.
A Lancaster man, 37, was charged May 26 with contempt of court: fail to appear.
May 20: Staff responded to a walk-in report of burglary and larceny of credit cards, and to Regina Road for a tree branch in the roadway.
May 21: Staff responded to the 1100 block of Johns Neck Road for vandalism of a building, and to a walk-in report of a domestic disturbance that occurred in the 100 block of Washington Street.
May 22: Staff responded to the 1200 block of Iberis Road for suspicious activity, to the area between White Stone and Irvington to assist the White Stone Police Department with a reported vehicle pursuit, to Irvington Road for the report of a person walking along the highway with a shotgun, and to a walk-in report of a sexual assault.
May 23: Staff responded to the 2300 block of Mosquito Point Road to assist the Virginia Marine Resources Commission with the recovery of the bodies of the missing boaters, to the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge for a person threatening to commit suicide, to a walk-in report of a domestic assault, and to the 100 block of 3rd Avenue for the report of a person with mental issues.
May 24: Staff responded to the 2900 block of Lara Road for suspicious activity, and to the 700 block of Rappahannock Drive for a single-vehicle traffic crash.
May 25: Staff responded to the 2100 block of Ditchley Road to assist the Northumberland County Sheriff’s Office with a domestic disturbance, to the 100 block of Harris Road for a person with mental issues, to the 100 block of Gunther Lane for larceny of a vehicle, to North Main Street to assist the Kilmarnock Police Department with a traffic crash involving a vehicle versus a bicyclist, to Lively on Mary Ball Road for reckless drivers, and to Lively for a two-vehicle traffic crash on Mary Ball Road.
May 26: Staff responded to the area of Thomas Landing Road for loud music, to the 100 block of Scott Road for a domestic assault, to the 100 block of Cowshed Road to assist emergency medical services (EMS) with a person with an altered mental status, to the intersection of Main and School streets to assist Virginia State Police with the search of a vehicle, and to the 1900 block of Rocky Neck Road for the report of trespassers.
Staff also conducted nine traffic stops, issued seven summonses, assisted four motorists, recorded five deer strikes, handled six calls for traffic control, investigated seven building alarms, processed a mental health order, received six E911 hang-up calls and fielded two calls for animal control service.
Lancaster Fire calls
The Kilmarnock Volunteer Fire Department responded to a possible brush fire on Ditchley Road and with the White Stone VFD to an electrical burning smell on Whisk Drive.
The Upper Lancaster VFD responded to a chemical smell on River Road and a smell of propane on Gill Road.
Lancaster EMS calls
For May 12-25, the Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad, Upper Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad and Lancaster County Emergency Services responded to 85 calls for service, including 44 medical emergencies, 12 injuries, eight traffic accidents, seven fires and 14 other calls.
Northumberland fire calls
For the week of May 20-27, the Callao VFD responded to a field fire and a public event.
The Fairfields VFD responded to two field fires and an alarm.
Northumberland EMS calls
For the week of May 20-27, the Northumberland County Emergency Services, Callao Volunteer Rescue Squad, Mid-County Volunteer Rescue Squad and Northumberland County Volunteer Rescue Squad responded to 19 calls, including 12 medical calls, six trauma/fall calls, and a standby request.