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The Halifax County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a 42-year-old child porn offender who walked out of court during the lunch break in his Tuesday jury trial and failed to…

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So Bo Police make weekend arrests

SoVaNow.com / April 07, 2014


South Boston Police arrested two men for shoplifting from Wal-Mart on Friday, April 4. Officer T. W. Bush charged 20 year old William Edgar Worley Jr. of South Boston and 19 year old Timothy Orion Desmond of Nathalie in connection with the thefts.

Also on Friday, Officer T. D. Clay charged Joseph Cleveland Whittington III, 29, of South Boston with driving on a suspended license.

On Saturday, April 5, Clay charged Cecil L. Johnson, 44, of Altavista with public drunkenness. Johnson was detained until he was sober.

Also Saturday, Sgt. S. Warf charged 28 year old Weston Clay Clark of Mississippi with driving without a valid operator’s license.

Cpl. M. W. Bowen charged 27 year old Daniel Wayne Short of Halifax with driving on a suspended license and with the possession of a scanner radio and committing a misdemeanor while being a convicted felon.

On Sunday, Senior Patrol Officer C. Mann arrested 56 year old David Anthony Rose of South Boston, who is being held without bond on charges of driving while intoxicated (first), refusal of blood/breath test, attempted petit larceny, intentional damage of property of less than $1,000 and with the felony possession of burglary tools.

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