Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie this week reported charges against four individuals.
Tyler Resean Tomlin, 28, of Weems was charged October 17 with two counts of knowingly and intentionally possess or transport a firearm after having been convicted of a felony; as well as two misdemeanor offenses, recklessly handling a firearm as to endanger life, limb or property and knowingly give a false report as to the commission of a crime to a law enforcement official with the intent to mislead.
Tiffany Karen Baugh, 24, of White Stone was charged October 18 with three counts of manufacturing, selling, giving, distributing or possessing with the intent to manufacture, sell, give or distribute a controlled substance.
Temeka Chavon Smith, 44, of Lancaster was charged October 18 with manufacturing, selling, giving, distributing or possessing with the intent to manufacture, sell, give or distribute a controlled substance.
A Lancaster man, 22, was charged October 21 with appearing intoxicated in public and purchase, possess or transport of a firearm by persons involuntarily admitted or ordered to outpatient treatment.
October 16: Staff responded to Twin Branch Road for a verbal disagreement, the 10 block of Lloyd Lane for credit card fraud, Christ Church and Weems roads for debris in the highway causing a traffic hazard, and to Windmill Point Road and Little Oyster Lane for debris in the highway causing a traffic hazard.
October 17: Staff responded to the 600 block of Rappahannock Drive for credit card fraud, to the 600 block of Rappahannock Drive for a verbal disagreement, to the 7 block of Norwood Street for a missing-adult—located safely, and to the 100 block of Morattico Road for trespassing.
October 18: Staff responded to the 9000 block of Mary Ball Road for a disabled vehicle.
October 19: Staff responded to the 30 block of Clover Lane for a civil complaint, to the 200 block of Pond Park Road for a juvenile complaint, to the 500 block of Goodluck Road for gunshots in the late evening hours, to the 100 block of Myway Lane for a scam, and to the 1000 block of Old Salem Road to assist Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office with an investigation.
October 20: Staff responded to the 100 block of Harris Road for the report of a gunshot wound to the leg, to the 300 block of Lonesome Pine Trail for a breaking and entering, to the 8000 block of Mary Ball Road for harassment, to the 8000 block of Mary Ball Road for check theft and forgery, to the 700 block of King Carter Drive for a domestic assault.
October 21: Staff responded to the 600 block of Chesapeake Drive for a fight in progress, to the 500 block of Hutchings Lane for suspicious activity, to the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge for debris in the highway, to the 2000 block of Merry Point Road for a verbal disagreement, and to Campbell Road for a noise complaint.
October 22: Staff responded to the 9000 block of River Road for larceny.
Staff also conducted 12 traffic stops, issued seven summonses, recorded four deer strike accidents, investigated two building alarms, received 11 E911 hang up calls, and fielded four calls for animal control service.
The White Stone Volunteer Fire Department responded to 480 King Carter Drive for a fire alarm, to 1849 Ocran Road for a controlled burn, and with Kilmarnock VFD to 723 Old Saint Johns Road for a fire alarm.
Kilmarnock VFD also responded to 201 Wiggins Avenue for a carbon monoxide alarm.
Northumberland County Sheriff Johnny Beauchamp this week reported charges against seven individuals.
Dontay Nathnal Davis, 34, of Heathsville was charged October 11 with possession of a firearm by a convicted violent felon. He also was charged with two counts of brandishing a firearm. One of the charges was from Lancaster County.
Ronald Oliver, 45, of Heathsville was charged October 16 on a direct indictment issued by the Northumberland County Multi-Jurisdictional Grand Jury for three counts of manufacturing/distribution of a Schedule I or II drug, second offense.
Richard James Parker Jr., 32, of Heathsville was charged October 18 on a direct indictment issued by the Northumberland County Multi-Jurisdictional Grand Jury for manufacturing/distribution of an imitation Schedule I or II drug.
De’Warren Joseph Reaves, 42, of Heathsville was charged October 19 with one felony count of promoting/engaging in animal fighting and allowing engagement in animal fighting on premises. He also was charged with a misdemeanor promoting/engaging in animal fighting and 22 counts of animal cruelty/deprivation.
A Kinsale woman, 72, was charged October 5 with failing to appear in the Northumberland County General District Court. She was served by the Westmoreland County Sheriff’s Office.
A Reedville woman, 68, was charged October 6 with brandishing a firearm.
A Heathsville man, 45, was charged October 10 with disorderly conduct in a public place.