Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie this week reported charges against five individuals.
Samantha Renee Ellis, 21, of Warsaw was charged January 25 with failure to appear on a felony offense.
A Lancaster woman, 33, was charged January 22 with violation of community based probation.
A Lancaster man, 38, was charged January 23 with failure to appear on a traffic summons.
A Lancaster man, 18, was charged January 24 with parole violation from juvenile and domestic relations court.
A Manassas man, 24, was charged January 27 with driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content of .20-.25%.
January 21: Staff responded to the 100 block of Rose Drive for a suicidal person, to the 1000 block of Beanes Road for a domestic disturbance, to the 100 block of Old Fairgrounds Way to assist Kilmarnock Police Department (KPD) with the theft of a wallet, to the 100 block of Third Avenue to assist KPD with a domestic assault with injuries and to the 2400 block of Black Stump Road to investigate the theft of a vehicle.
January 22: Staff responded to the 300 block of Meyers Drive to check the welfare of an infant after receiving a report from family members.
January 23: Staff responded to the 100 block of Harris Road to assist Northumberland County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO) with a self-inflicted gunshot wound, to the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge for a disabled vehicle causing a traffic hazard, to Mary Ball and Devils Bottom Roads for a two-vehicle traffic crash, and to the 100 block of Turner Lane for a missing female.
January 24: Staff responded to Turner Lane for gunshots, to the 2300 block of Little Bay Road to investigate a sudden death, to the 100 block of Harris Road to assist KPD with a disorderly person, to the 400 block of North Main Street to assist KPD with a vehicle crashing into a building, to the 200 block of Old Fairgrounds Way to assist KPD with a disorderly person, to Bluff Point Road to assist NCSO with a traffic stop.
January 25: Staff responded to Mary Ball and Pinckardsville roads for a two-vehicle traffic crash with injuries, to the 1100 block of Chestnut Grove Lane for a domestic disturbance, to the 1200 block of Morattico Road for gunshots, to Mary Ball and White Chapel roads for a hit and run traffic crash.
January 26: Staff responded to the 10600 block of Jessie duPont Memorial Highway for a female threatening to harm herself, to Pinckardsville Road for a traffic hazard, to the 9000 block of Mary Ball Road for a reckless driver, to the 1100 block of Beach Road for a single-vehicle traffic crash that entered the Rappahannock River with an intoxicated driver.
January 27: Staff responded to Main Street and Irvington Road for a vehicle stopped in the highway with the driver appearing to be asleep, to the 100 block of Greenwood Court for unauthorized use of a vehicle, to the 600 block of Rappahannock Drive for a disorderly person, to the 800 block of Irvington Road for a single-vehicle traffic crash, and to the 800 block of Nuttsville Road for a domestic disturbance.
Staff also conducted 37 traffic stops, issued 23 summonses, assisted four motorists, recorded two deer strike accidents, handled six calls for traffic control, investigated seven building alarms, processed a mental health order, logged six inmate transports, received eight E911 hang-up calls and fielded two calls for animal control service.
White Stone Volunteer Fire Department responded to a fire/smoke alarm on Morgans Run and a traffic crash on Beach Road.
Kilmarnock VFD responded to a brush fire on Jessie duPont Memorial Highway and traffic crashes on Mount Olive Road, and Mary Ball and Pinckardsville roads as well as a vehicle crash with structure damage on North Main Street.
Upper Lancaster and Kilmarnock VFDs responded to a structure fire on Regina Road.
For January 20-26, the Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad, Upper Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad and Lancaster County Emergency Services responded to 46 calls for service, including 22 medical emergencies, six injuries, five traffic accidents, two fires and 11 other calls.
Northumberland County Sheriff James R. “Doc” Lyons this week reported charges against individuals.
Forrest Hutt Williams, 22, of Warsaw was charged January 14 with felony threaten by computer and a misdemeanor charge of harassing by computer.
Patricia A. Campbell, 57, of Callao was charged January 15 on a direct indictment issued from the Northumberland County Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury for distribution/sale for profit, a Schedule I or II drug.
Elizabeth Aliece Shelton, 29, of Henrico was charged January 15, with robbing a Wells Fargo Bank in Chesterfield. She also was charged with grand larceny of a firearm. These were Chesterfield County warrants, served by the NCSO.
A Heathsviille woman, 21, was charged January 14 with two misdemeanor counts of harassment by computer.
A Reedville man, 44, was charged January 16 with a capias/attachment of the body for failing to appear and failing to obey a court order for the Northumberland County General District Court. He also was charged with fleeing from law-enforcement.
A Farnham woman, 22, was charged January 16 with a capias/attachment of the body for failing to appear and failing to obey a court order in the Northumberland County General District Court. She also was charged with obstruction of justice.
For January 21-28, the Callao VFD responded to two fires and a motor vehicle crash.
The Fairfields VFD responded to two fires and a wires down call.
For January 7-14, the Northumberland County Emergency Services, Callao Volunteer Rescue Squad, Mid-County Volunteer Rescue Squad and Northumberland County Volunteer Rescue Squad responded to 22 calls including 13 medical emergencies, a motor vehicle crash, five trauma/falls, a mutual aid and a standby request.