Sheriffs’ Reports 4-11-19

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

Felonies

Sharon Kay Pelkey, 57, of Weems was charged April 3 with assault on a law enforcement officer and abusive language to another.

Johnathan Leslie Easley, 41, of White Stone was charged April 7 with burglary: entering a house to commit larceny/assault.

Misdemeanors

A Tappahannock man, 23, was charged April 2 with disregarding signal by law enforcement to stop and driving while license is suspended or revoked.

A Lancaster man, 49, was charged April 4 with failure to appear on traffic charges.

A Kilmarnock woman, 18, was charged April 4 with contempt of court: failure to appear.

A Wicomico Church man, 23, was charged April 7 with shoplifting/altering price/concealing goods.

Activity report

April 1: Staff responded to the 100 block of High Bank Road for a disturbance from a large crowd.

April 2: Staff responded to the 100 block of Joyful Way for a protective order violation and destruction of property, and to the 200 block of Tammy Drive for a possible overdose of narcotics.

April 3: Staff responded to the 6000 block of Mary Ball Road for shoplifting, and to the 200 block of Lancaster Creek Drive for a trespasser and abusive language.

April 4: Staff responded to the 11600 block of Courthouse Road for a person with mental issues, to the 100 block of Little Bay Road for violation of a protective order, to the 200 block of Greentown Road for a domestic disturbance, to the 100 block of Ronnoc Way for a verbal disagreement, and to the 100 block of Virginia Road for stalking.

April 5: Staff responded to Mary Ball Road in Lively for a two-vehicle traffic crash with injuries, and to the 100 block of Peake Road for a burglary in progress.

April 6: Staff responded to the 300 block of Fleets Bay Road for a domestic disturbance involving alcohol, and to the 5700 block of Mary Ball Road for a possible burglary.

April 7: Staff responded to the 2800 block of Weems Road for vehicles racing on the highway, to a walk-in report of harassment and the need for a protective order, and to the 100 block of Forest Haven Drive to assist the Northumberland County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO) with the apprehension of a person wanted for burglary.

Staff also conducted 18 traffic stops, issued five summonses, assisted five motorists, recorded two deer strike accidents, handled two calls for traffic control, investigated six building alarms, processed a mental health order, logged three inmate transports, received 13 E911 hang-up calls and fielded four calls for animal control service.

Fire calls

The White Stone Volunteer Fire Department responded to a brush fire on High Bank Road, a fire/smoke alarm on Weems Road and to the smell of smoke on Sir Guy Drive.

The Kilmarnock VFD responded to a structure fire on North Main Street and a possible electrical fire on Harris Road.

White Stone and Kilmarnock firemen responded to two separate structure fires on Irvington Road, a brush fire on Currell Cove Lane and a possible electrical fire on Dogwood Lane.

The Upper Lancaster VFD responded to a lift assistance request on Morattico Road, a vehicle fire on Mary Ball Road, two separate traffic crashes on Mary Ball Road and a fuel leak, also on Mary Ball Road.

EMS calls

For the week of March 24-April 6, the Kilmarnock-Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad, Upper Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad and Lancaster County Emergency Services responded to 98 calls for service, including 44 medical emergencies, 16 injuries, three traffic accidents, eight fires and 27 other calls.

Northumberland County Sheriff James R. “Doc” Lyons this week reported charges against 10 individuals.

Felonies

Pearly E. Walters, 41, of Reedville was charged April 1 with forgery, uttering and a misdemeanor charge of petit larceny, first offense. These were Middlesex County warrants served by the NCSO.

Wilbur Rodney Conaway, 51, of Wicomico Church was charged April 2 with a direct indictment issued from the Northumberland County Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury for two felony counts of selling/distribution of a controlled substance, namely a Schedule II drug.

Olivia Retha Yarborough, 31, of Burgess was charged April 2 on a Direct Indictment issued from the Northumberland County Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury for three counts of selling/distribution of a controlled substance, namely a Schedule II drug.

Jermaine Maurice Ball, 24, of Heathsville was charged April 3 on a direct indictment issued from the Northumberland County Multi-jurisdictional Grand Jury for one count of selling/distributing a Schedule I or II drug.

Johnathan Leslie Easley, 41, of White Stone was charged April 7 with breaking and entering. This was a Northumberland County warrant served by the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office.

Misdemeanors

A Reedville man, 44, was charged April 2 on a capias to show cause issued from the Northumberland County Circuit Court. This was to have his bond revoked for failing to comply with pre-trial supervision and failing to report new charges and positive drug screenings.

A Heathsville woman, 58, was charged April 2 with being drunk in public.

A Kilmarnock woman, 46, was charged April 4 with two summonses for failing to vaccinate her animals. She also was issued two summonses for failing to obtain the tags for her animals.

A Hague woman, 21, was charged April 5 with failing to appear in the Northumberland County General District Court on a driving suspended charge. She was arrested by the Westmoreland County Sheriff’s Office.

A Lottsburg man, 21, was charged April 6 with disregard of law enforcement signal to pull over, driving without a driver’s license, and reckless driving. He was also charged with possession of marijuana, first offense and a summons was issued for speeding.

Fire calls

For April 1-8, the Callao VFD responded to a medical call, a motor vehicle crash and a structure fire.

The Fairfields VFD responded to a motor vehicle crash and a fire alarm.

EMS calls

For April 1-8, the Northumberland County Emergency Services, Callao Volunteer Rescue Squad, Mid-County Volunteer Rescue Squad and Northumberland County Volunteer Rescue Squad responded to 37 calls including 27 medical emergencies, seven trauma/falls, two motor vehicle crashes and a standby request.