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Police issue several driving violations over weekend

SoVaNow.com / March 11, 2013
South Boston Police issued a number of citations for driving violations over the weekend.

On Friday, March 8, Officer F. A. Powell charged 20 year old Jonathan R. Short of South Boston with driving on a suspended license. He also charged 27 year old Nenorio G. Valdavinos of South Boston with driving without a license.

On Saturday, March 9 Powell charged 19 year old Blanca C. Reyes of South Boston and Danyelle M. Stanfield, 25, of South Boston, both with driving with no operator’s license.

Officer T. W. Bush on Friday also charged 55 year old Scottie E. Mayo of South Boston with driving on a suspended license. Officer S. Song charged Michael D. Perkins of Halifax with driving without an operator’s license.

Song also charged 33 year old Clifton S. Terry with driving on a suspended license. Cpl. M.W. Bowen charged 21 year old Andrea D. Jones with driving on a suspended license on Sunday, and he charged 45 year old Tracy K. Danenfelser of Halifax with allowing a revoked/suspended driver to operate a vehicle belonging to her.

All of the above were released on summonses.

On Saturday, Officer T. Clay arrested 45 year old Joe L. Morgan Jr. charging him with the assault and battery of a family member and issued a protective order. Morgan was released on a $2,500 unsecured bond.

On Sunday, March 10 Cpl. Bowen and Officer Powell charged 28 year old William P. Wyman II of Halifax with driving under the influence, with having an open container in the vehicle while driving, with possession of marijuana and driving on a suspended license.

Wyman was being held in the Blue Ridge Regional Jail with no bond set at press time.

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