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South Boston man jailed on gun-related charges

SoVaNow.com / April 08, 2013
A 26 year old South Boston man, Quinn Theadon Tucker, is being held at Blue Ridge Regional Jail on charges of possession of ammunition by a convicted felon and brandishing and pointing a firearm.

Tucker was arrested on Friday, April 5 by Cpl. T. Bratton.

Also being held in the Blue Ridge Regional Jail on a $5,000 unsecured bond is 33 year old Gregory Jerome Hamlett of South Boston, who has been charged with assault and battery of a family or household member and with the destruction of property valued at less than $1,000.

Hamlett was arrested on Friday, April 5 by Officer C. Mann.

Twenty-one year old Terrence Prunty of South Boston was arrested on Saturday by Officer C. Mann and charged with the embezzlement of more than $200. He is being held on a $2,000 secured bond in the Blue Ridge Regional Jail.

Two other arrests were made on Friday, April 5. In one of the arrests, Joe Louis, Morgan, Jr., 45, of South Boston was charged with the unauthorized possession of a vehicle inspection sticker. He was arrested by Officer A. Whitmore and released on a summons.

Also arrested was 28 year old Jerrica Lashay Kirby of Halifax, who was charged by Officer T. Clay with shoplifting less than $200 in merchandise. Kirby was released on a summons.

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