• 54°

Prince Edward County Court Dispositions

NOVEMBER 6

• Victor S. Miles, of Dillwyn, DWI, guilty, 12 months jail suspended, 12 months restricted license, fines.

• Osborn Blanton White Jr., of Farmville, public swearing/intoxication, guilty in absentia, fines.

NOVEMBER 7

• Laurie Dawn Parnell, of Farmville, disorderly conduct, guilty, 12 months jail, 10 months jail suspended; public swearing/intoxication, guilty, fines.

• Kimberly Williams Blankenship, of Farmville, petit larceny, not guilty.

• Kristen Nicole Chesley, of South Chesterfield, purchase/possess alcohol, dismissed; false identify self to law enforcement, dismissed.

• John Claude Allen, of Rice, trespass after forbidden, dismissed.

• Brandon D’sa, of Lake Fraderick, underage possession of alcohol, dismissed.

• Ryan Don Filson, of Louisa, destruct property with intent less than $1000, dismissed.

NOVEMBER 9

• Waverly Darrell Johnson, of Farmville, violation probation, dismissed.

• Melvin Sprague, of Farmville, contempt of court, nolle prosequi.

• Jasmine Sharra Hubbard, of Cumberland, drugs: possess schedule I or II, dismissed, six months suspended, license, fines,

• Waltdaro Jarrod Baker, of Dillwyn, violation probation, dismissed.

• Billy Lee Dempsey III, of Randolph, violation probation, revoked, two years jail, one year, six months jail suspended, fines, two years supervised probation.

• Kerrell Latif Hurt, of Kenbridge, purchase/ possess alcohol, dismissed.

NOVEMBER 13

• Lynis Nathaniel Ellerbe, of Temple Hills, Maryland, fugitive, dismissed.

• Dayna Jae Stanley, of Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, DWI, 12 months jail, 11 months, 25 days jail suspended, 12 months suspended license, fines.

• Robert Earl Middlebrook, of Farmville, shoplift/alter merchandise less than $200, 12 months jail, 11 months jail suspended.

• Tracey Lamont Meritte, of Blackstone, possession of drug paraphernalia, six months jail suspended, fines.

• Melvin Carnell Braxton, of Cumberland, failure to appear, nolle prosequi.

• John Kenneth Barnett, of Prattsville, New York, five counts violation probation, nolle prosequi.

• Emanuel Jerome Whiting, of Lynchburg, violation probation, revoked, one year jail, fines.

• Edna Melissa Randolph, of Lynchburg, violation probation, revoked, one year jail suspended, five years supervised probation.

NOVEMBER 14

• Terike Samar Elliot, of Buckingham, possession of marijuana, dismissed.

NOVEMBER 16

• Franklin Royster Jr., of Farmville, violation probation, revoked, three years jail suspended, fines; violation probation, revoked, three years, six months jail suspended; violation probation, revoked, 10 years jail suspended.

• Jaquan James Brooks, of Pamplin, revoked, three years, eight months jail, two years, eight months jail suspended, fines, two years supervised probation.

• Michael Coleman Blackwell, of Jetersville, petit larceny, dismissed.

• Ronell Eppes, of Amelia Court House, petit larceny, dismissed.

• Sharika Ogburn, of Pamplin, shoplift/alter merchandise less than $200, guilty, 20 days jail suspended.

• Christopher Lee Petersheim, of Dillwyn, hwy/ private property: dump trash, dismissed.

• Trentity Nichole Williams, of Farmville, two counts fugitive, felony warrant, dismissed.

NOVEMBER 20

• Tony Brown, of Pamplin, possession of marijuana, dismissed.

• Andrew Bennett Davis, of Farmville, possession of marijuana, dismissed.

• Tireon Camille Gibson, of Tarboro, North Carolina, possession of marijuana, six months suspended license, fines.

• Rashon T. Miller, of Prospect, possess gun with schedule I-II drug, nolle prosequi; sale, distribute marijuana, nolle prosequi; manufacture/etc controlled substance, nolle prosequi.

• Cameron Tyree Moore, of Rice, possession of marijuana, dismissed.

• Dylan James Van Balen, of Annandale, DWI, 12 months jail suspended, 12 months restricted license, fines.

• Matthew Carl Davis, of Green Bay, possession drug paraphernalia, fines.

• Travis Shantel Watson, of Keysville, DWI, 12 months suspended, 12 months suspended license, fines.

• Benjamin Philip Jones, of Fishersville, attempt rape: by force/threat, nolle prosequi; assault, nolle prosequi.

NOVEMBER 21

• Rajeanne S. Berryman, of Richmond, two counts enter property to damage, dismissed.

• Catlin Leigh Turner, of South Hill, DWI, 12 months jail suspended, 12 months suspended license, fines.

• Kelly Christine Hartman, of Buckingham, grand larceny, nolle prosequi; stolen property with intent to sell, dismissed.

• Gregory Darnell Nelson, of Farmville, fugitive from justice, dismissed.

• Patrick Michael Wenzlaff, of Damascus, Maryland, two counts purchase/possess alcohol, dismissed.

• Nikkia C. Fox, of Burkeville, private property: dump trash, dismissed.

• Adelle Lynn Perry, of Prospect, two counts, profane language over public airway, not guilty.

• Otis Wardell Evans, of Farmville, public swearing/intoxication, fines.

• Emily Frances Gabrielson, of Farmville, assault, not guilty.

• Roy Mitchell Hicks III, of Farmville, public/swearing intoxication, guilty, fines.

• Timothy Mark Howlett Jr., of Farmville, malicious wounding, six months jail suspended, 12 months unsupervised probation.

• William Verhappen, of Farmville, assault, dismissed.

NOVEMBER 27

• William Jefferson Cordell Jr., of Farmville, violation probation, revoked, five years jail suspended, ten years supervised probation.

• Michelle Ann Brown, of Farmville, violation probation, revoked, two years, six months jail suspended, fines, 10 years supervised probation; violation probation, revoked, six months jail suspended; two counts violation probation, five years suspended.

• Melanie N. Faircloth, of Meherrin, violation probation, revoked, 12 months jail, one year supervised probation; violation probation, revoked, four years, 10 months jail suspended, fines, one year supervised probation, work release; two counts violation probation, five years jail suspended, one year supervised probation; work release.

NOVEMBER 30

• Robert Donell Brown, of Keysville, violation probation, revoked, four years jail, three years jail suspended, three years supervised probation.