Sheriffs’ Reports 11-23-22

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

Felonies

Brett Charles Sossamon, 32, of Henderson, N.C. was charged November 14 as a fugitive of justice: underlying charge, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

Trevor Antonio Carter, 28, of Kilmarnock was charged November 14 with distributing Schedule I/II/III narcotics, abuse/neglect of a child with reckless disregard for life, and disseminate obscene photos/videos to harass another person.

George Edward Linkenhoker, 59, of Kilmarnock was charged November 19 with making/communicating a threat to bomb, burn, destroy or damage a place of assembly, building or a means of transportation, disorderly conduct, intentionally damaging property valued less than $1000, damage to phone line preventing the summoning of law enforcement, and assault.

Misdemeanors

A White Stone man, 36, was charged November 16 with violating the conditions of pretrial release.

A Waynesboro woman, 37, was charged November 16 with driving while license revoked, third offense within 10 years.

A Heathsville man, 34, was charged November 16 with disseminating obscene photos/videos to harass another person.

A Lancaster man, 28, was charged November 20 with assault and battery of a family member.

A Lancaster man, 64, was charged November 20 with assault.

Activity report

November 14: Staff responded to the 200 block of Irvington Road for a juvenile behavior issue, to the 3100 block of White Chapel Road for a sudden death, to the 100 block of Chesapeake Drive for a stolen U-Haul car hauler, to a stolen oyster cage that occurred at the 2300 block of Mosquito Point Road, to the 7800 block of River Road to assist emergency medical services (EMS) with a patient with an altered mental status, and to the 500 block of Lara Road for a wanted person.

November 15: Staff responded to the 100 block of Wishing Well Lane for suspicious activity, to the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge for a two-vehicle traffic crash, to the 100 block of Dawson Avenue for a noise violation, to the 200 block of Methodist Church Road for a domestic disturbance, to the 4800 block of White Chapel Road to check the welfare of a resident, to the 600 block of Rappahannock Drive for suspicious activity, and to the 400 block of Twin Branch Road for a wanted person.

November 16: Staff responded to the 11100 block of Mary Ball Road to assist Virginia State Police with a multi-vehicle traffic stop, to the 100 block of Turner Lane for a wanted person, and to a walk-in report of a stolen Smith & Wesson Bodyguard handgun.

November 17: Staff responded to the 800 block of Merry Point Road for a utility line down in the roadway, to the 100 block of Old Fairgrounds Way for a person with an altered mental status, to the 200 block of Youcomico Drive for a suspicious vehicle, and to the 400 block of Johns Neck Road for a suspicious person.

November 18: Staff responded to the 300 block of Woods Drive for the reported larceny of a tool box and contents, to the 100 block of Turner Lane for a wanted person, to Iberis and White Plains roads for a single-vehicle traffic crash, to the 3100 block of White Chapel Road for a domestic assault, to the 800 block of Rappahannock Drive to check the welfare of a resident, and to the 600 block of Chestnut Point Road to assist EMS with entry into a residence.

November 19: Staff responded to the 100 block of Tabernacle Lane for a possible boater in distress, to the 100 block of Morattico Road for a burglary including larceny and destruction of property, to a walk-in report of a burglary that occurred at the 400 block of Pinckardsville Road, to the 600 block of Boys Camp Road for a domestic assault; to the Norris Bridge for a suicidal person, to the 700 block of Black Stump Road for a downed tree in the roadway, to the 100 block of Harris Road for a person with an altered mental status, and to the 100 block of East Church Street for a missing person.

November 20: Staff responded to the 100 block of Clover Lane for the report of an assault, to the 1300 block of Iberis Road for gunshots in the area in the early morning hours, to a walk-in report of a violation of a protective order that occurred at the 100 block of Catch Penny Lane, to the 400 block of Bull Creek Drive for the unsafe use of a firearm, to Mary Ball Road in the Kilmarnock area for an intoxicated driver, and to the 3200 block of White Chapel Road for a verbal disagreement.

Staff also conducted 14 traffic stops, issued seven summonses, assisted a motorist, recorded two deer strike accidents, handled six calls for traffic control, investigated seven building alarms, processed two mental health orders, logged three inmate transports, received 17 E911 hang up calls, and fielded a call for animal control service.

Fire calls

White Stone Volunteer Fire Department responded to a traffic crash on the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge, and with Kilmarnock VFD to a structure fire on Dandelion Drive.

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

Felony

Lisa Lynn Rose, 52, of Farnham was charged November 7 with breaking and entering during the day with the intent to commit larceny.

Misdemeanors

A Cobbs Creek man, 39, was charged November 8 on an extradition warrant from Indiana on a non-support issue.

A Heathsville man, 69 was charged November 10 with failing to appear in the Richmond County General District Court on the original charge of disorderly conduct.

A Reedville man, 28, was charged November 13 with assault and battery of a family member.

A Heathsville woman, 24, was charged November 14 with failing to appear in the Northumberland County General District Court for an original charge of criminal trespassing.

A Heathsville man, 40, was charged November 15 with a capias/attachment of the body for failing to appear in the Northumberland County General District Court after signing a form to appear for arraignment. He also was charged with assault and battery.

A Hartfield man, 53, was charged November 17 with driving under the influence of alcohol, first offense.