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36 indicted by grand jury

SoVaNow.com / September 23, 2020
A Mecklenburg County grand jury handed down indictments against 36 individuals Monday, including Nicole Rae Whitlow of Nelson for her alleged role in a home invasion that took place on March 16 in the Skipwith area.

Whitlow was indicted by the grand jury on one felony charge of conspiracy to commit robbery. She was previously charged with one felony count of possession of criminal tools, six felony counts of attempted capital murder of law enforcement, one felony count of conspiracy to commit second degree murder, eight felony counts of malicious wounding and one felony count of robbery.

That is in addition to two felony counts of burglary, 11 felony counts of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony (second offense) and one felony count of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony (first offense).

Barry Wendell Edwards of South Hill was charged with one felony count of possession of a dangerous weapon, specifically a sawed off shot gun, while manufacturing, transporting or selling illegal alcoholic beverages. He was further indicted on one felony count for manufacture of illegal alcoholic beverages, one count for malicious wounding, two counts of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, one count of attempted first degree murder, and one count of shooting or stabbing another in the commission of a felony.

Joel Cris Hicks Jr. of Baskerville was charged with one felony count of grand theft auto, one felony count for reckless driving/eluding police, and a misdemeanor charge for altering the serial number on property. He also faces an earlier felony charge of child abuse/disregard of life. He is currently set to go to trial on the child abuse charge on Oct. 5.

Larry Taylor Jr. of Boydton was charged with one felony count of driving under the influence, this being a third offense in less than ten years, and one felony count for involuntary manslaughter. The charges stem from a March 14, 2020 two-car collision on Route 1 near South Hill that resulted in the death of the passenger in the vehicle being driven by Taylor.

Charlotte Kendyll Smith of Boydton was charged with three felony counts of shoplifting.

Craig Randall Purvis of Norlina, N.C. was charged with one felony count of shoplifting, one felony count for conspiracy to commit shoplifting, and one misdemeanor count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Trevis Jafar Lee of Goldsboro, N.C. was charged with one felony count of credit card theft and one felony count of credit card fraud.

John Scott Cameron of Cass, N.C. was charged with one felony count of credit card theft two misdemeanor counts of credit card fraud, and two misdemeanor counts for receipt of stolen goods.

Shaun Antonio Lambert of La Crosse was charged with one felony count of child abuse.

Yusuf Shabazz Jones of Washington, D.C. was charged with one felony count of fraud larceny, and one felony count for eluding police.

Joshua Michael Gump of Buffalo Junction was charged with one felony count of grand larceny, one felony count for destruction of property, and one felony count for larceny of timber.

Jennifer Renae Edmonds of South Hill was charged with one felony count of shoplifting and one felony count of conspiracy to commit shoplifting.

Richard Edward Roach of Green Bay was charged with one felony count for possession of a Schedule I or II drug, one felony count for possession with intent to distribute less than five pounds of marijuana and one misdemeanor count for carrying a concealed weapon.

Charlesette Jacquelynn Clark, aka Charlesette Jacqueline Clark of South Hill was charged with one felony count of burglary and one felony count of abduction with intent to extort money.

William Donald Bottoms of Virgilina was charged with one felony count of breaking and entering with intent to commit larceny or assault and battery.

Chester Ray McCrimmon of Oxon Hill, MD was charged with one count of possession of a Schedule I or II controlled substance, namely ethylpentylone.

Sarah Alexandria Austin of Chesapeake was charged with two felony counts of forgery of public records and two felony counts for uttering. She is already facing a separate felony charge for possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance, namely methamphetamine.

Daniel Brian Wilson of Clarksville was charged with one felony count of assault on a law enforcement officer.

Shelton Alexander Boyter of Baskerville was charged with one felony count of malicious wounding.

William Joseph Newton of Chase City was charged with one felony count of breaking and entering.

Erica Page Vernon of Alton was charged with one felony count of burglary.

Da’Trione Shearin of Clarksville was charged with one felony count of possession with intent to distributed between a half ounce and five pounds of marijuana, one felony count of receipt of a stolen firearm and one misdemeanor count of carrying a concealed weapon.

Marcus Schanewolf of Bracey was charged with one felony count of conspiracy to commit robbery, one felony count of attempted robbery and one felony count of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.

Logan Hunter Lacks of Chase City was charged with one felony count of abduction. He was previously charged with one felony count of possession of a Schedule I or II controlled substance and a misdemeanor charge of driving under suspension.

Ronnie King Jr. of Brodnax was charged with one felony count of attempted robbery and one felony count of conspiracy to commit robbery.

Christy Childes Holcomb of Chase City was charged with one felony count of possession of a Schedule I or II controlled substance.

Brian Keith Hartrum of Chase City was charged with one felony count of obstructing justice/resisting arrest.

Jakai Ahmir Simmons of South Hill was charged with one felony count of possession of a gun by a nonviolent felon.

Calvin Julious Marable of Skipwith was charged with one felony count of burglary, one felony count of grand larceny of a firearm, and one felony count of possession of a weapon by a nonviolent felon.

Ricky Lee Lisbon of Sumter, S.C. was charged with one felony count of grand theft auto, one misdemeanor count of drinking while driving, one misdemeanor count of eluding, one misdemeanor count of driving without a license and one misdemeanor count of possession of marijuana, first offense.

Dashaun Malique Harvey of Victoria was charged with one felony count of possession of a firearm by a violent felon. In April he was charged with one felony count of breaking and entering, one felony count of grand theft of a firearm, one felony count of grand larceny and one felony count of possession of stolen property. Those cases are set to go to trial on October 26.

Bobbie Jean Fuller of Durham, N.C. was charged with four felony counts of grand larceny and one felony count of conspiracy to commit larceny.

Xavier Jamar Dailey of Baskerville was charged with one felony count of failing to stop at an accident.

Carlos Santonio Davis of Chase City was charged with two felony counts of attempted first degree murder, one felony count of aggravated malicious wounding, one felony count of malicious shooting at a vehicle, and one count of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.

Mindy Beth Fink of Boydton was charged with one felony count of driving under the influence after having been previously convicted of the same or similar offense.

Indictments are not findings of guilt, but rather a determination that sufficient evidence exists to bring cases to trial.

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