Sheriffs’ Reports 11-05-20

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

Felony

Michael Anthony Baublitz, 37, of Kilmarnock was charged October 26 with maliciously shooting or throwing a missile at an occupied dwelling.

Christopher Joseph Baublitz, 33, of Lancaster was charged October 26 with maliciously shooting or throwing a missile at an occupied dwelling.

Misdemeanor

A Heathsville woman, 30, was charged October 26 with failure to appear on a misdemeanor offense.

A Lancaster man, 36, was charged October 30 with willfully and with intent to defraud, fail or refuse to pay wages.

A Lancaster man, 25, was charged October 30 with obstructing a law enforcement officer in the performance of their duties, driving while intoxicated—second offense within five years, driving while license is revoked—second offense, and after having been arrested for driving while intoxicated, refusing breath or blood test.

A White Stone man, 27, was charged October 31 with entering the property of another for the purpose of damaging it or for the purpose of interfering with the rights of the owner and larceny under $1,000.

A Lancaster man, 26, was charged November 1 with driving while intoxicated and reckless driving-failure to maintain control.

A Weems man, 19, was charged November 1 with failure to appear in court on a traffic summons.

A White Stone man, 61, was charged November 1 with violating conditions of parole/probation.

Activity report

Oct. 26: Staff responded to the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge for debris on the roadway causing a traffic hazard, to a walk-in report of a broken windshield from a passing truck that lost a tree limb striking the complainant’s vehicle on the Norris Bridge, to the 1400 block of Avis Trail for threats made to harm another, to the 600 block of Rappahannock Drive for a vehicle that struck phone lines, and to the 2200 block of River Road to check the welfare of a resident after being alerted by a family member.

Oct. 27: Staff responded to the 500 block of Southport Lane to assist emergency medical services with a possible overdose, to the 2400 block of River Road for a juvenile behavior issue, to the 600 block of Ocran Road to check the welfare of a resident after being alerted by a friend, and to the 100 block of Harris Road for a disorderly person.

Oct. 28: Staff responded to the 8600 block of Mary Ball Road for a single-vehicle traffic crash, and to the 100 block of Methodist Church Road for a single-vehicle traffic crash.

Oct. 29: Staff responded to White Marsh Lane and Mary Ball Road for a truck blocking traffic, to the 300 block of River Village Drive for obtaining money by fraud, to Mary Ball and White Chapel roads for a two-vehicle traffic crash, and to the 100 block of Fox Hill Drive for a noise violation from loud music.

Oct. 30: Staff responded to the 200 block of Methodist Church Road for a disorderly person, to the 200 block of Richtown Road for shooting into an occupied dwelling, to the 2400 block of River Road for the theft of dog tracking collars and a GPS system, to the 8600 block of Mary Ball Road for contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile and distributing pornography, to South Main Street for a hit and run traffic crash, and to the 100 block of Whaley Way for a possible prowler.

Oct. 31: Staff responded to the 2500 block of Irvington Road for threats made to harm another, and to the 400 block of North Main Street for an unsecured door on a closed business.

Nov. 1: Staff responded to Mary Ball and Ocran roads to assist Virginia State Police with a traffic stop, and to the 8300 block of Mary Ball Road for a single-vehicle traffic crash.

Staff also conducted 20 traffic stops, issued 14 summonses, assisted nine motorists, recorded a deer strike accident, investigated three building alarms, logged four inmate transports, received 36 E911 hang-up calls, and fielded a call for animal control service.

Fire calls

The Upper Lancaster Volunteer Fire Department responded to separate traffic crashes on Mary Ball Road and Mary Ball and White Chapel roads, and separate fire/smoke alarms on First Street and Oak Point Drive.

Northumberland County Sheriff Johnny Beauchamp this week reported charges against five individuals.

Felony

Thomas William Newton Jr. of Reedville was charged October 31 with felony assault and battery and a capias/attachment of the body for violating the conditions of his release. These two charges are from the Montgomery County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court in Christiansburg. He also was charged with an assault and battery charge in Westmoreland County. All warrants were served by the Northumberland County Sheriff’s Office.

Misdemeanors

A Colonial Beach woman, 32, was charged October 26 with assault and battery.

A Colonial Beach man, 35, was charged October 26 with assault and battery.

A Richmond man, 39, was charged October 26 with driving with a revoked license.

A Richmond County man, 44, was charged November 1 with assault and battery of a family member. This was a Northumberland County warrant served by the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office.