Sheriffs’ Reports 3-14-19

Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie this week reported charges against 11 individuals. Felony charges against six individuals were the result of investigations by the Chesapeake Bay Drug Task Force. The task force is a joint effort by the Lancaster and Northumberland Sheriff’s Offices and the Virginia State Police.

Felonies

Willie Patrick Keyser, 19, of 718 Johns Neck Road, Weems, was charged March 4 with distributing/selling cocaine for profit, a Schedule I or II controlled substance.

Jason Courtney Hendricks, 32, of 113 Gaskins Road, Weems, was charged March 4 with distributing/selling cocaine for profit, a Schedule I or II controlled substance.

Troy Dejuan Payne, 35, of 1564 Mount Olive Road, Heathsville, was charged March 4 with distributing/selling cocaine for profit, a Schedule I or II controlled substance.

Cynthia Denise Walters, 53, of 228 Ring Farm Road, White Stone, was charged March 4 with two counts of distributing/selling cocaine, a Schedule II controlled substance.

Donte Steffon Sutton, 21, of 281 Weems Road, Weems, was charged March 5 with two counts of distributing/selling cocaine, a Schedule I or II controlled substance.

Raymond Taylor, 27, of 76 Wiggins Avenue, Kilmarnock, was charged March 7 with distributing/selling cocaine, a Schedule II controlled substance.

Misdemeanors

An Irvington man, 38, was charged March 4 with appearing drunk in public.

A Kilmarnock man, 25, was charged March 8 with failure to appear in court.

A Weems woman, 27, was charged March 8 with failure to appear in court.

A Weems man, 35, was charged March 8 with failure to report to jail.

A Weems man, 49, was charged March 9 with failure to stop after receiving a visible and/or audible signal by law enforcement to stop, driving after having been declared a habitual offender, reckless driving-excessive speed and driving while intoxicated.

Activity report

March 4: Staff responded to the 300 block of Meyers Drive for a forged document, and to the River Road area to assist Richmond County Sheriff’s Office with a vehicle pursuit.

March 5: Staff responded to Mary Ball Road in White Stone for a reckless driver, to Shore Drive and Washington Street for a vehicle parked in a traffic lane, to the 1600 block of Harris Road for possible automatic gunfire, and to the 2200 block of Black Stump Road for a domestic disturbance.

March 6: Staff responded to the 1800 block of Davis Mill Road for a single-vehicle traffic crash.

March 7: Staff responded to the 100 block of Lively Oaks Road for the report of a vehicle crash on private property, and to Wiggins Avenue for a foot pursuit of a wanted person.

March 8: Staff responded to 100 Holly Haven Road for a domestic disturbance, and to the 100 block of Forest Hill Road to assist emergency management services (EMS) with entry into the residence.

March 9: Staff responded to the 100 block of Washington Street for loud music, to Mary Ball Road and Whites Lane for a domestic disturbance, to Buzzards Neck Road for gunshots, to Marina Drive for a noise violation/fireworks, and to the 100 block of Virginia Road to check the welfare of a 3-year-old juvenile after receiving a report from a family member.

March 10: Staff responded to the 100 block of Virginia Road to check the welfare of a 3-year-old juvenile after receiving a report from a family member.

Staff also conducted 39 traffic stops, issued 20 summonses, assisted five motorists, recorded two deer strike accidents, handled six calls for traffic control, investigated seven building alarms, logged seven inmate transports, received nine E911 hang-up calls and fielded two calls for animal control service.

Fire calls

Kilmarnock Volunteer Fire Department responded to a carbon monoxide alarm on Natty Point Lane, a traffic crash on Irvington Road, a vehicle fire on Old Fair Grounds and a mutual aid request from Northumberland on Remo Road.

Upper Lancaster VFD responded to a traffic crash on Regina Road and assisted EMS on Crystal Lane.

White Stone VFD responded to a fire/smoke alarm on Clark Point Drive.

Northumberland County Sheriff James R. “Doc” Lyons this week reported misdemeanor charges against five individuals.

A Callao man, 32, was charged March 4 with violating a protective order. This was a King and Queen warrant, served by the Northumberland County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO).

A Tappahannock woman, 23 was charged March 4 with a capias/attachment of the body issued from the Northumberland County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court for failing to pay child support. This was served by the Essex County Sheriff’s Office.

A Heathsville woman, 34, was charged March 5 with driving suspended, third-plus offense.

A Callao man, 45, was charged March 10 with assault and battery.

A Yorktown man, 42, was charged March 10 with a capias/attachment of the body for failing to appear in the York County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court. This warrant was served by the NCSO.

Fire calls

For March 4-11, the Callao VFD responded to a fire and a motor vehicle crash.

The Fairfields VFD responded to two structure fires and two brush/woods fires.

EMS calls

For March 4-11, the Northumberland County Emergency Services, Callao Volunteer Rescue Squad, Mid-County Volunteer Rescue Squad and Northumberland County Volunteer Rescue Squad responded to 25 calls including 16 medical emergencies, four trauma/falls, a motor vehicle crash, two fires and two mutual aid calls.


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