Sheriffs’ Reports
, 2014

Sheriffs’ Reports

Lancaster County Sheriff Ronnie Crockett this week reported charges against 11 individuals.

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Felonies

France C. Smith, 34, of Mosquito Point Road was charged April 4 on a Greenville County warrant with a crime against nature (felony).

Devon A. Laws, 28, of Forest Lane was charged April 5 with credit card theft and credit card fraud (felonies).

Misdemeanors

A Light Street man, 50, was charged April 2 with failing to comply with support obligations.

A New South Road man, 30, was charged April 3 with contempt of a Newport News court.

A Glen Allen man, 42, was charged April 3 with two counts of failing to collect sales tax and two counts of failing to file a return or pay withholding taxes.

A Gloucester County man, 49, was charged April 3 with assault and battery.

A Kathy Drive man, 27, was charged April 4 with two counts of petit larceny.

A Paynes Creek Road man, 46, was charged April 5 with contempt of court.

An Irvington Road woman, 33, was charged April 5 with contempt of court.

A Shore Drive man, 30, was charged April 5 with contempt of a Westmoreland County court. 

A Twin Branch Road man, 45, was charged April 8 with public drunkenness.

Activity report

April 2: Staff responded to an E911 disconnect call on Yankee Point Road (telephone line problem), to a disturbance/trespass complaint on Nuttsville Road and received an assault by threat complaint from a Cox’s Farm Road resident.

April 3:  Staff received a traffic complaint from a Yankee Point Road resident, a walk-in fraud report from a Bewdley Road resident ($294 loss), and a destruction of property report from a Steamboat Road resident ($200 loss). Staff responded to a gasoline drive-off larceny complaint in the 10000 block of River Road (subject returned and paid amount due), to a disturbance at a Lancaster convenience store (confusion between customer and clerk over pricing), to the Merry Point area on information about the location of William Taylor (wanted for non-support) and to a Campbell Road resident’s complaint about a neighbor chastising her children about mailbox vandalism instead of talking to the children’s parent. 

April 4:  Staff received a complaint of larceny from a vehicle parked in the 1800 block of Windmill Point Road (officer could not make contact with the complainant to take the report), a walk-in report of destruction of property on Windmill Point Road ($15 loss), a larceny report from a Gaskins Road resident ($100 loss), and a larceny report from a Greentown Road resident (handgun, $250 loss). Staff responded to a domestic disturbance on Gaskins Road, with the Kilmarnock Police Department (KPD) to a traffic crash at North Main Street and James Jones Memorial Highway and to Mosquito Point Road on a civil complaint involving ownership of a motor vehicle.  

April 5:  Staff received a larceny complaint from the 15800 block of Mary Ball Road (call cancelled by complainant), responded to a juvenile behavioral complaint on Lumberlost Road and responded to a curse and abusive language complaint on Regina Road. 

April 6: Staff responded to a juvenile behavioral complaint on Sage Hill Road, to an assault by threat complaint from an Irvington Road resident (unable to make contact with the complainant), with KPD to a mental health emergency that originated on Harris Road, to the area of Mary Ball and Harris roads on a motorist’s report of children throwing objects at passing vehicles, and to a domestic disturbance (boyfriend/girlfriend) on Ocran Road. Staff received a larceny complaint from a Mosquito Beach Lane resident (complainant declined to prosecute) and a possible child neglect complaint from the Department of Social Services.

April 7:  Staff responded to a shots fired call in the area of Mary Ball and White Chapel roads and with KPD to an embezzlement complaint from a North Main Street business. Staff made contact with a Black Stump Road resident at the request of Richmond County authorities in reference to a disabled/abandoned vehicle and responded to a noise violation complaint on Johns Neck Road, with KPD to a suspicious activity complaint on East Church Street, to a domestic disturbance call on Twin Branch Road, and with the White Stone Police Department (WSPD) to a suspicious vehicle/person complaint on Sandlin Drive. 

April 8:  Staff responded to the emergency room on a report of an assault victim seeking medical care (victim declined to prosecute), to a prowler complaint on Mosquito Point Road, to a larceny complaint on Belmont Creek Road (property used by neighbor and returned; no criminal incident), to a reported assault with a baseball bat on Twin Branch Road (victim denied being assaulted; arrest for public drunkenness reported above), to a suspicious vehicle complaint on Evergreen Drive (subject road testing vehicle after repairs) and with KPD to an assault by threat complaint involving child custody/visitation on New South Road. Staff received a walk-in complaint of the theft/loss of a Bible with personal identifying information in it, a larceny complaint from a Windmill Point Road resident (call cancelled by complainant who located the property), and a vandalism complaint from a Shalem Place property owner (complainant declined to prosecute, family-related incident).  

April 9:  Staff received a larceny report from a Bayview Lane resident and responded to a juvenile behavioral complaint on Lumberlost Road.

Staff also conducted 17 traffic stops, issued five summonses, assisted three motorists, reported two deer strikes, investigated four building alarms, processed two mental health orders, logged three inmate transports and fielded a call for animal control service.

Fire calls

The Upper Lancaster Volunteer Fire Department, Kilmarnock Volunteer Fire Department, White Stone Volunteer Fire Department and Richmond County Volunteer Fire Department responded to a structure fire on Belmont Drive.

The White Stone VFD responded to a construction debris fire on Rowes Point and with Kilmarnock VFD to a smoke report on Avonne Street.

The Kilmarnock VFD responded to a traffic crash on North Main Street, a fire alarm on Harris Road, a traffic crash at Mary Ball and New South roads, a brush fire on Boys Camp Road and an electric line fire on Waverly Avenue.

Upper Lancaster VFD responded to a kitchen fire on Collin Lane.

Northumberland County Sheriff Charles A. Wilkins this week reported charges against nine individuals.

Felonies

Anthony A. Hooper of Tappahannock was charged April 7 with felony credit card fraud.

Qashone Hudnall, 18, of Lottsburg was charged April 8 with breaking and entering and possessing burglary tools.

Misdemeanors

A Heathsville male, 50, was charged April 2 with failing to pay child support. This was a Lancaster County capias.

A Reedville male, 66, was charged April 4 with DUI, reckless driving and refusal.

A Heathsville man, 37, was charged April 4 with obscene language.

A Callao man, 21, was charged April 6 with a capias for failing to appear. He was arrested by the Westmoreland County Sheriff’s Office.

A Heathsville man, 37, was charged April 6 with drunk in public.

A Burgess man, 31, was charged April 8 with DUI and refusal.

A Lancaster County man, 25, was charged April 8 with possession of marijuana.


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