News sidebox to sheriff’s report
Coffee with a Cop
The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office will hold Coffee with a Cop from 10-11 a.m. Thursday, November 18, at Front Porch Coffee House, 139 South Main Street, Kilmarnock.
The program was suspended during 2020 because of the pandemic. Sheriff McCranie said he’s “happy to finally start it back up.”
The public is invited to join a county officer in a casual setting to share concerns and questions.
“We are always happy to answer questions but we are okay with making small talk as well,” said Sheriff McCranie.
Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie this week reported charges against two individuals.
Rayquawn Tylik Bali, 22, of Lancaster, was charged November 3 with three counts of malicious shooting with intent to maim, disfigure, disable or kill; five counts of intentionally destroy, deface, or damage property valued at over $1,000; three counts of malicious shooting at an occupied vehicle whereby the life of a person was put in peril; malicious discharge of a firearm within a building occupied by one or more persons in a manner to endanger the life or lives of such person(s); recklessly handle a firearm so as to endanger life, limb or property; and brandishing a firearm as to induce fear in another.
An Abbeville, La. man, 38, was charged November 3 with failure to appear on a traffic summons.
November 1: Staff responded to South Main Street and Magnolia Circle to assist Kilmarnock Police Department (KPD) with a domestic disturbance, to Blueberry Point Road for trespassing to hunt, to the 8800 block of Mary Ball Road for a sexual assault, to the 1000 block of Irvington Road for a child custody dispute, to the 100 block of School Street to assist KPD with two females involved in drug use, to the 200 block of Larkspur Lane for a stolen Hobie Mirage Island Tandem Kayak, to the 200 block of Methodist Church Road to check the welfare of a resident, and to the 600 block of North Main Street for a firearm discharge.
November 2: Staff responded to the 300 block of Avonne Street to assist KPD with a fight in progress involving alcohol, to the 300 block of Harpers Creek Drive for suspicious activity, to Blueberry Point Road for trespassing to hunt, and to the 800 block of Rappahannock Drive for threats made to harm or kill.
November 3: Staff responded to the 100 block of Moran Creek Road for a civil dispute over a vehicle, to the 4400 block of Mary Ball Road for suspicious activity, and to the 11000 block of River Road for a wanted person.
November 4: Staff responded to the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge for debris in the roadway, to the 800 block of Taylors Creek Road for suspicious activity at a vacant residence, to Rappahannock and Chesapeake drives for a possible intoxicated driver, and to North Main Street to assist KPD in locating a reported reckless driver.
November 5: Staff responded to Old Salem and Irvington roads for a two-vehicle traffic crash.
November 6: Staff responded to the 5100 block of Mary Ball Road for a verbal disagreement involving several individuals, to the 300 block of Callis Road for trespassers, to the 3000 block of Merry Point Road for a single-vehicle traffic crash with injuries, and to the 100 block of Riverwood Drive for a person with an altered mental status.
November 7: Staff responded to the Norris Bridge for a disabled vehicle in the roadway, to the 500 block of Lancaster Creek Drive for a verbal disagreement and vandalism, to the White Stone area of Mary Ball Road for a reckless driver, and to the 5100 block of Windmill Point Road to check the welfare of a resident.
Staff also conducted 13 traffic stops, issued six summonses, assisted three motorists, recorded eight deer strike accidents, handled eight calls for traffic control, investigated six building alarms, processed two mental health orders, logged six inmate transports, received seven E911 hang-up calls, and handled four calls for animal control.
Kilmarnock Volunteer Fire Department responded to Remo Road to assist Northumberland units with a structure fire and to South Sioux Road for a fire/smoke alarm.
White Stone and Kilmarnock VFDs responded to a traffic crash at Irvington and Old Salem roads.
Upper Lancaster and Kilmarnock VFDs responded to a traffic crash on Merry Point road.
Northumberland County Sheriff Johnny Beauchamp this week reported charges against nine individuals.
Kailha Tanesha Lee, 21, of Lottsburg, was charged October 30 with obtaining money by false pretenses, valued at $1000 or more. She also was charged November 1 with grand larceny of a vehicle.
Diatre’ O’Neal Jackson, 26, of Lottsburg, was charged November 1 with an extradition warrant issued from the state of New Jersey on charges of failing to appear in their court for a dangerous drug charge.
Ashley Nicole Pendleton, 22, of Callao, was charged November 2 with a capias to show cause issued by the Spotsylvania County Circuit Court for failing to appear on a charge of grand larceny of a motor vehicle.
Rayquawn Tylik Bali, 22, of Lancaster, was charged November 3 with one count of malicious shooting into a building and three counts of malicious shooting into a vehicle. He also was charged with reckless handling of a firearm, three malicious shooting charges and five counts of intentional damage of $1,000 or more. These were Northumberland County charges. He was arrested by the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO).
Brian Thomas Willis, 42, of Marshall, was charged November 7 with felony breaking and entering to commit a certain misdemeanor.
A Kilmarnock man, 41, was charged October 27 with a capias to show cause issued from the Northumberland County Circuit Court for failing to comply with his pre-trial supervision and receiving new charges in Lancaster County. The arrest was made by the LCSO.
A Callao woman, 44, was charged November 1 with stalking and indecent exposure. She was also charged with criminal trespassing.
A Callao woman, 25, was charged November 4 with driving under the influence of alcohol, reckless driving and disregarding law enforcement command.
A Lancaster County woman, 24, was charged November 6 on a capias attachment of the body issued by the Lancaster County General District Court for failing to appear on an underlying charge of damaging property. She was arrested by the Northumberland County Sheriffs Office.