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So Bo police file motor-vehicle related charges

SoVaNow.com / November 19, 2012
Forty-eight year old Sherry Smith Vincent of South Boston was held at Blue Ridge Regional Jail under a $1,000 secured bond after being arrested Sunday on a felony count of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. The alleged offense took place between Nov. 11-12.

She was arrested by Officer T. Bush of the South Boston Police Department.

Several other residents were released on summonses after being charged with various offences. Annie Wells, 26, of Nathalie, was charged with driving on a suspended license by Officer S. Song on Sunday, while 40 year old Achelohlym Jordan of South Boston was also charged with driving on a suspended license on Saturday by Cpl. M.W. Bowen.

Also, Bowen charged 38 year old Tonya T. Oliver of Chase City with driving on a suspended license on Friday, Nov. 16. Also charged with driving on a suspended license was 64 year old Geraldine S. Quin, who pulled over on Friday, Nov. 16 by Officer A. Whitmore

Davonnell L. Terry, 24, of South Boston was charged with assault and battery of a family member and was held on an unsecured $2,500 bond until he was sober. He was charged on Saturday, Nov. 17 by Cpl. M. W. Bowen.

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