Lancaster County Sheriff Patrick McCranie this week reported charges against six individuals.
Ralph J. Gross, 71, of Queenstown Road, was charged July 31 with felony aggravated sexual battery of an incapacitated person.
A Weems Road man, 46, was charged July 30 with assault and battery of a family member.
A Greentown Road man, 26, was charged July 31with obtaining money by false pretenses and possession of forged bank notes.
A West Point Road man, 49, was charged August 1 with failing to appear in Circuit Court.
A Mosquito Point Road man, 47, was charged August 2 with failing to appear in court.
A Carrolton man, 46, was charged August 3 with driving under the influence of alcohol.
July 30: Staff responded to the 600 block of Senora Road to check the welfare of a resident after being reported by a family member, to Merry Point Road for a possible sex crime of a juvenile; to the 200 block of Benson Road for a domestic dispute in progress; to the Robert O. Norris Jr. Memorial Bridge to assist emergency management services (EMS) on a medical issue, to the 200 block of Gordon Drive for a missing swimmer, and to the 300 block of Church Street for a possible suicidal person.
July 31: Staff responded to the 100 block of Greentown Road for an attempted assault of a juvenile, to Windmill Point Road and Starfish Lane for a two-vehicle traffic crash, to Crawfords Corner and Waddeytown Road for the report of two logging trucks blocking the highway, and with Social Services to the 4200 block of Mary Ball Road for a possible suicidal juvenile.
August 1: Staff responded to the 100 block of Old Bethel Road for vandalism of a vehicle, to Mary Ball and Morattico roads for a large tree blocking the highway, to Jessie duPont Memorial Highway for a vehicle pursuit by Northumberland County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO), to King Carter Drive for a juvenile on a motorcycle without a helmet, to the 100 block of Pembroke Lane for trespassers, to the 1800 block of Morattico Road for a domestic dispute, to the 300 block of White Hall Road for vandalism of a garden, to the 100 block of Gaskins Road for a domestic disturbance, and to the 6000 block of Mary Ball Road to investigate embezzlement.
August 2: Staff responded to Mary Ball Road and Milburn Way to assist Virginia State Police (VSP) with a vehicle search, to the 2800 block of White Chapel Road for vandalism to storefront windows, to the 2900 block of Merry Point Road to assist Social Services, to Mary Ball and Boys Camp roads for a single overturned vehicle traffic crash, and to the 2000 block of Morattico Road for a domestic disturbance.
August 3: Staff responded to the 100 block of Mount Olive Road to assist NCSO with a possible overdose, to the 16500 block of Mary Ball Road for a verbal disagreement, to Mary Ball Road in Lively for a reckless driver, to the 3000 block of Merry Point Road for a stolen auto, to Norris Bridge for a two-vehicle minor traffic crash, to the 400 block of Gaskins Road for stolen vehicle license plates.
August 4: Staff responded to Lively for suspicious activity by two young males, to the 100 block of Coleman Lane to investigate a burglary, to a walk-in report of an assault, to the 100 block of Collin Lane for a stolen vehicle license plate, to Merry Point and Buzzards Neck roads for a single-vehicle traffic crash, to the 500 block of Ottoman Ferry Road for a single overturned vehicle traffic crash, to Tower Point Lane to assist EMS with a self-inflicted stab wound, and to the 11000 block of River Road for a domestic disturbance.
August 5: Staff responded to the 200 block of Kathy Drive for vandalism to a building, to the 200 block of Lancaster Creek Drive for assault of a juvenile by an adult, to the 300 block of Pinckardsville Road for a domestic dispute, to Greentown Road for unsafe shooting, and to the 800 block of Waverly Avenue for a tree limb on a power line.
Staff also conducted 16 traffic stops, issued eight summonses, assisted six motorists, recorded a deer strike accident, handled two calls for traffic control, investigated seven building alarms, logged four inmate transports, received four E911 hang-up calls, and fielded three calls for animal control.
The White Stone Volunteer Fire Department responded to two separate fire/smoke alarms on King Carter Drive and a traffic crash on Windmill Point Road.
The Kilmarnock VFD responded to a utility pole fire on Jessie duPont Memorial Highway and an overturned vehicle on Boys Camp Road.
Upper Lancaster VFD responded to a fire/smoke alarm on Hale Drive and a traffic crash on Ottoman Ferry Road.
Upper Lancaster and Kilmarnock also responded to a fire/smoke alarm on Queenstown Road.
For the week of July 29-August 4, the Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad, Upper Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad and Lancaster County Emergency Services responded to 55 calls for service including 24 medical emergencies, four injuries, four traffic accidents, three fire calls and 20 other calls.
Northumberland County Sheriff James R. “Doc” Lyons this week reported charges against six individuals.
Tirone Jamin Veney, 35, of Heathsville was charged July 31 with possession of a Schedule I or II drug without a valid prescription.
Helen Denise Conaway, 59, of Heathsville was charged July 31 with possession of a Schedule I or II drug and also was issued a summons for obscuring or covering a license plate.
A Reedville man, 44, was charged August 1 with reckless driving.
A Reedville woman, 22 was charged August 1 with possession of marijuana, first offense.
A Burgess woman, 22, was charged August 2 with a capias/attachment of the body issued from the Northumberland County General District Court for failing to appear in their court on July 9, 2018. The woman was arrested by the City of Richmond Police Department.
A Hague man, 44, was charged August 4 with assault and battery of a family member. This was a Northumberland County warrant served by Richmond County Sheriff’s Office.
For the week of July 30-August 6, the Northumberland County Department of Emergency Services reports 29 EMS calls including three heart-related problems, three alarms, four falls, two accidents, 15 medical emergencies, one stand-by and one animal bite.
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