Free Lance-Star reporter Robyn Sidersky covers Caroline County government and schools. You can reach her at 540/374-5413 or email@example.com. You can follow coverage on Facebook or Twitter as well.
On May 18, 2010, Deputy R. J. Anderson responded to a reported fight at Caroline High School. After investigating, a female juvenile was charged with assault. Petitions were obtained and t he juvenile was released to a parent.
On May 22, 2010, Deputy R. L. Hixson stopped a vehicle in Corbin for a traffic infraction. After investigating, Skyler C. Davis, 20, of Woodford was charged with driving under the influence, possession of marijuana, underage possession of alcohol and refusal to submit to a breath test. He was ordered held without bond and a court date of May 26, 2010 was set.
On May 22, 2010, Deputy S. M. Jessee responded to a construction site in Rappahannock Academy for a reported larceny. After investigating, Scott J. Williams, 37, of Rappahannock Academy was charged with possession of stolen goods. He was released on a personal recognizance bond and a court date of June 2, 2010 was set.
On May 22, 2010, Deputy C. S. Wooldridge responded to a business in Ladysmith for a report of shoplifting. After investigating, John M. Sweeny, 19, of Ruther Glen was charged with 2 counts of petit larceny and one count of underage possession of alcohol. He was ordered held under a $2,000 bond and a court date of June 4, 2010 was set.
On May 23, 2010, Deputy J. O. Cecil responded to a loud party in Ruther Glen. After investigating, Michael L. Jett, 26, of Bumpass was charged with possession of marijuana and being drunk in public. He was released on a personal recognizance bond and a court date of June 2, 2010 was set.
Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Wrap Up
According to Sheriff Tony Lippa, Caroline Deputies made 6 drug arrests, 2 DUI arrests, 6 domestic violence arrests, 74 other criminal arrests and issued 16 animal control summons or arrests during the past week. The deputies served 209 civil papers, issued 170 traffic summonses, handled 5 motor vehicle crashes, responded to 13 alarm calls, and dealt with 7 juvenile offenders. The Sheriff’s Office Communications Center dispatched 606 calls for service and handled 1,758 telephone inquiries. The CCSO also logged 31 calls assisting outside agencies and had 293 self-initiated calls.