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Arrests reported over weekend
SoVaNow.com / October 22, 2012South Boston Police have reported several arrests over the weekend for various crimes. Twenty-nine year old Jeremy Deon Medley of South Boston is being held without bond at the Blue Ridge Regional Jail on charges of resisting arrest, obstruction of justice, assault and battery on a law enforcement officer and possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I/II controlled substance. Medley was arrested on Sunday, October 21 by Officer A. Whitmore.
Also arrested on Sunday was19 year old Kevin D. Chappell, Jr. of South Boston who is being held in the Blue Ridge Regional Jail on a $2,500 secured bond. Chappell was charged by Cpl T. White with trespassing and being drunk in public on October 21.
Two other South Boston residents, Gail Whitten, 63, and Jason T. Daniels, 33, were charged by Cpl. M. W. Bowen with assault and battery on Sunday. Both were released on summons.
Earlier on Saturday, Cpl. Bowen arrested 39 year old Quincy Eugene Moore of South Boston, charged with a second DUI within five years, possession of a Schedule I/II narcotic, distribution of marijuana, resisting arrest, obstruction of justice and driving on a revoked DUI related violation. Moore is being held in the Blue Ridge Regional Jail on a $25,000 secured bond
19 year old Shaquill M. Ford of South Boston, who was charged by Officer C. Mann with trespassing on October 12, is being is being held on a $1,000 secured bond in the Blue Ridge Regional Jail.
Nineteen year old Jusquan A. Hutcherson of South Boston was released on a summons after being charged by Cpl. Bowen with driving on a suspended license on Oct. 19. Also 21 year old Arianna N. Dawson of Nathalie was charged by Officer Whitmore on Oct. 20 with shoplifting and was released on a summons.
Also released on a summons was Patrick L. Prophet, 20, of Clover who was charged by Officer Whitmore with driving on a suspended license.
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