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Man indicted on charge of failing to notify sex registry

SoVaNow.com / January 24, 2018
A Mecklenburg County grand jury handed down indictments against 12 suspects on Jan. 16, including one for allegedly failing to register as a sex offender.

For Randy Allen Humple of South Hill, this marks the second time in a year that he has been charged with failing to register. He was accused of the same offense in February 2017 and was found guilty in July. At the time, he received an active sentence of three months in prison and one year of supervised probation, following his release from prison, but that was later modified.

Court records do not show how Humple’s sentence was changed, but news reports from the Richmond area in September suggested he received less time in prison. By then he was the subject of an active manhunt in the Richmond area for a probation violation. Channel 12 News in Richmond featured him in a news segment that produced several leads and, according to Channel 12 reports “assisted the Department of Correction in apprehending him.

Humple was initially convicted in Maryland of a fourth degree sexual offense, which includes sexual abuse of a minor student by a person in a position of authority, such as a teacher, coach, counselor, principal at a preschool, primary or secondary school. That conviction was in December 2012.

In other indictments:

Teresa Card was charged with one felony count of assaulting a law enforcement officer. She also received a misdemeanor charge for driving while intoxicated.

Ibn Hankerson of South Hill was charged with one felony count of malicious wounding.

Patricia Powell Bagbey of Buffalo Junction was charged with one felony count of assault of a family member after having been twice previously convicted of assault and battery against a family or household member within the past 20 years.

She was previously convicted of the charge in 2007 and again in 2008. Both times she received a suspended sentence of five years.

Bagbey was also indicted in June 2017 for possession of a Schedule I or II drug and possession of a weapon — not a gun — or ammunition as a convicted felon. She entered an Alford plea to those charges in September and is awaiting sentencing.

Jameel Daquan Maurice of Boydton was charged with one felony count of possession of ammunition for a firearm after having been convicted of a felony and one felony count with possession with intent to distribute more than half-ounce but less than five pounds of marijuana.

Devon Jamal Smith of Buffalo Junction was charged with one felony count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He is also awaiting trial for a probation violation.

Kevin Austin St. John of Chase City was charged with one felony count of breaking and entering, one felony count of grand larceny and one felony count of possession of stolen property with intent to sell. He is also scheduled to appear in court in February on two separate show cause hearings for probation violations.

Dina Marie Johnson of La Crosse was charged with one felony count of embezzlement.

Jadin Crenshaw of South Hill was charged with one felony count of breaking and entering.

Shawn Kelven Minor of Brodnax was charged with one felony count of shoplifting from Food Lion.

David Leonard Goldberg of South Hill was charged with one felony count of grand larceny from VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital. He was also charged with three misdemeanors: driving under the influence, driving on a suspended or revoked license and possession of marijuana.

Joshua Aaron Watson of Durham was charged with one felony count of eluding and three misdemeanors: driving on a suspended or revoked license, driving under the influence and refusing to take a breath or blood test.

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

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