Sheriff’s Report
, 2014


Sheriff’s Report

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

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Felonies

Troy D. Bullock, 41, of Georgia was charged July 31 with a felony habitual offender violation, giving false identity to law enforcement and speeding.

Vaughn O. Coleman, 22, of Dunnsville was charged July 31 on direct indictments with three counts of burglary, two counts of grand larceny, three counts of conspiracy to commit grand larceny, and one count of distribution of marijuana.

Walter E. Taylor Jr., 27, of Weems Road was charged August 1 on direct indictments with murder, aggravated malicious wounding and felonious assault in connection with the homicide of Joseph M. Waller Jr., 54, of Kilmarnock. 

Karlide A. Harding Jr., 21, of Gunther Lane was charged August 1 on direct indictments with two counts of felonious assault in connection with the homicide of Joseph M. Waller Jr., 54, of Kilmarnock. 

Daniel P. Kelley, 34, of Windmill Point Road was charged August 1 on an indictment with arson.

Steven P. Tilley, 59, of Merry Point Road was charged August 2 with felony failure to appear in court.

Reginald M. Smith, 30, of Shore Drive was charged August 5 with contempt of court.

Tyrell M. Crockett, 30, of River Road was charged August 6 on an indictment for credit card theft.

Misdemeanors

A Heathsville woman, 18, was charged July 31 with domestic assault and battery on July 18 in a Northumberland County case.

A River Road man, 29, was charged August 1 with failure to appear in a Henrico County court.

A Wicomico Church man, 32, was charged August 6 with using profane/threatening language over the telephone.

Activity report

July 30: Staff responded with Emergency Medical Services (EMS) to medical emergencies on Twin Branch Road and on Beanes Road, with EMS to a medical alarm call on White Chapel Road and to a disturbance/trespass call in the 8700 block of Mary Ball Road. 

July 31:   Staff assisted a Wilson Lane resident with a smoke detector problem and checked on the well-being of a Summers Lane resident at the request of a concerned citizen (no emergency services needed). Staff responded to a juvenile behavioral complaint on Lumberlost Road, to a juvenile behavioral complaint on Windmill Point Road and to a suspicious vehicle complaint on Kelley Neck Road. 

August 1: Staff responded to an E911 disconnect call on Oak Point Road (telephone line problem), to a disorderly conduct complaint on River Road, to an E911 disconnect call on Belmont Drive (no emergency services needed) and to a shots fired complaint in the 700 block of Nuttsville Road. 

August 2:  Staff responded with Virginia State Police (VSP) to a single-vehicle traffic crash near Mary Ball and Courthouse roads.  

August 3:  Staff responded to a suspicious person/person in need of assistance on Black Stump Road, to the area of Dreamfields on a man with a gun call, to a gasoline theft complaint at a Lively area convenience store, and with KPD and VSP to a fight call on Waverly Avenue. Staff notified the Coast Guard of a capsized boat near the Robert O. Norris Jr. Bridge (private boater responded and rescued subject).

August 4:  Staff responded to an E911 disconnect call on Gordon Drive (no emergency services needed), to a larceny complaint on Jones Drive, with VSP to a two-vehicle traffic crash on the Norris Bridge, and to a shots fired complaint in the Corrotoman By The Bay subdivision. Staff received a destruction of property report from a Gaskins Road homeowner (storm door, $100 loss), a residential destruction of property report from a Lancaster Shores homeowner ($65 loss) and checked on the well-being of a Windmill Point Road resident at the request of a concerned citizen (no emergency services needed). 

August 5: Staff discovered unlocked doors to two Lancaster area businesses during routine late night building checks (no criminal incidents involved). Staff responded to a fight call at a yard party on Shore Drive, to an assault call in the Lancaster Shores subdivision (no contact with the complainant), to a mental health emergency on Lancaster Drive, with EMS to a medical emergency on Riverview Court, with EMS to a medical emergency on Brown Store Road, and with KPD to a fight call on Roseneath Avenue. Staff assisted a White Stone area resident regain entry into his house after being locked out. 

August 6:  Staff responded with VSP to a single-vehicle traffic crash on East Church Street, to Earl Drive on a complaint of a suspicious package, with VSP to a single-vehicle traffic crash near Mary Ball and Devils Bottom roads, with VSP to a two-vehicle traffic crash near Jesse duPont Memorial Highway and Ditchley Road, and with KPD to a two-vehicle traffic crash on South Main Street. 

Staff also conducted 22 traffic stops, issued six summonses, assisted 13 motorists, reported four deer strikes, handled three calls for traffic control, investigated four building alarms, processed one mental health order, logged four inmate transports and fielded two calls for animal control service.

Fire calls

The Kilmarnock Volunteer Fire Department responded to a traffic crash on North Main Street, a brush fire on Balls Neck, a traffic crash near Mary Ball and Devils Bottom roads, and a traffic crash at Jesse duPont and Ditchley roads.

The Upper Lancaster Volunter Fire Department responded to a traffic crash at Mary Ball and Courthouse roads, established a med-evac landing zone in Litwalton, established a med-evac landing zone on Riverview Court and assisted EMS on Brown’s Store Road.

The White Stone Volunteer Fire Department responded to a traffic crash on the Norris Bridge.


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