|Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie will host coffee with a cop at 10 a.m. Thursday, September 19, at Front Porch Coffeehouse, 139 South Main Street, Kilmarnock. Members of the public are urged to meet local law enforcement representatives.|
Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie this week reported charges against three individuals.
Doraine Evette Noel, 58, of Weems was charged September 13 with malicious wounding.
A Lancaster man, 30, was charged September 9 with contempt of court for failure to appear.
A Lancaster man, 47, was charged September 15 with using profane or threatening language over the phone, CB, or text.
September 9: Staff responded to the 3100 block of White Chapel Road for the report of verbal abuse toward a family member, to the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge for a large piece of metal in the roadway creating a traffic hazard, to Steamboat Road for an intoxicated driver, to the 2300 block of River Road to check the welfare of a resident after receiving a report from the landlord, to the 1000 block of White Chapel Road for a domestic disturbance, and to the 4100 block of Merry Point Road for the report of juvenile behavior issues.
September 10: Staff responded to the 100 block of Gunther Lane for the reported larceny of credit cards, to the 200 block of James Cove Landing to check the welfare of a resident after receiving a report from a neighbor, and to the 5400 block of Mary Ball Road for the report of a suspicious vehicle.
September 11: Staff responded to Mary Ball and Boys Camp roads for a tractor that fell into the roadway off of a trailer that was transporting it, to the 8900 block of Mary Ball Road for the report of child sexual abuse, to a walk-in report of money obtained by false pretenses, and to Mary Ball Road for a reckless driver.
September 12: Staff responded to the 6000 block of Mary Ball Road for a vehicle causing a traffic hazard, to the 200 block of Weems Road to check the welfare of a resident after receiving a report from an employer, and to the 300 block of Steamboat Road for a vehicle submerged in the water.
September 13: Staff responded to the 100 block of Buzzards Neck Road for vandalism of a window, to Mary Ball and Goodluck roads for a two vehicle traffic crash with injuries, to the 100 block of Harris Road for crowd control, to the 8200 block of Jessie duPont Memorial Highway to check the welfare of a resident after a report from a family member, and to the 100 block of Gaskins Road for the report of an assault with injuries.
September 14: Staff responded to the 5800 block of Morattico Road for an attempted assault on a person with a vehicle, to a walk-in report of the unauthorized use of a vehicle, to the 400 block of Johns Neck Road for loud music, to the 900 block of James Wharf Road for loud music, and to the 100 block of Brent Court for a disorderly person.
September 15: Staff responded to the 200 block of Norwood Church Road for a domestic disturbance, to the 11400 block of Courthouse Road for a suspicious vehicle, to a walk-in report of a stolen cell phone from the 100 block of Brent Court, to the intersection of Scott and Ocran roads for a traffic hazard, to the 200 block of Ring Farm Road for an unattended death, and to a walk-in report of the theft of a domestic animal from the 20300 block of Mary Ball Road.
Staff also conducted seven traffic stops, issued 11 summonses, assisted four motorists, recorded three deer strike accidents, handled three calls for traffic control, investigated a building alarm, processed a mental health order, logged four inmate transports, received five E911 hang-up calls, and fielded a call for animal control service.
The Kilmarnock Volunteer Fire Department responded to six traffic crashes, including one at Mary Ball and Boys Camp roads, one at Main Street and Irvington Road, one at Irvington Road and School Street, on one Jessie duPont Memorial Highway, one involving a deer on Mary Ball Road, and one at Mary Ball and Good Luck roads.
The White Stone VFD responded to a possible traffic crash on Long Lane Farm Road and a fire/smoke alarm on Golf Course Drive.
For September 8-14, the Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad, Upper Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad and Lancaster County Emergency Services responded to 36 calls, including 17 medical emergencies, five injuries, nine traffic accidents, a fire and four other calls.