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Charges Filed In Virgilina Grocery Burglary

A 41-year-old Virgilina man is facing two felony charges in connection with the January breaking and entering of Virgilina Grocery, according to sheriff’s office records.

Kelvin Ray Pennell of Ninth Street was charged with felony grand larceny and felony burglary-entering a building to commit larceny. The charges follow an investigation by sheriff’s Investigator K. B. Tribble.

The offenses allegedly occurred Jan. 13, and Deputy C. S. Yeatts served the warrants Tuesday.

Tyreik Laquan Lipscomb, 18, Bold Springs Road, South Boston, was charged with felony wearing a mask in a public place or on private property without consent of the owner or tenant.

Lipscomb also was charged with three misdemeanor counts, including assault and battery, pointing or brandishing a firearm and intentionally destroying or damaging property belonging to another.
The offenses allegedly occurred Tuesday, and Sgt. D. H. Barksdale served the warrants the same day.

Clyde Lee Faulkner, 39, Robin Hood Road, South Boston, was charged with misdemeanor assault and battery of a family or household member.

The offense allegedly occurred Sept. 30, and South Boston Officer J. C. Berry served the warrant Wednesday.

Johnny Owen Clay, 18, Lewis Ferrell Road, South Boston, was charged with misdemeanor purchase or possession of an alcoholic beverage by a person under the age of 21.

The offense allegedly occurred Monday, and Deputy C. S. Yeatts served the warrant that night.

Christopher Michael Rutledge, North Main Street, Clover, was charged with misdemeanor driving a motor vehicle after forfeiture of his operator’s license.

The offense allegedly occurred Oct. 7, and Cpl. P. C. Clayton served the warrant Sunday.

Bruce Anthony Nolan, 47, Huell Matthews Highway, South Boston, was charged with misdemeanor DWI-second offense within a period of five to 10 years. He also was charged with misdemeanor refusing to take a blood or breath test-second offense.

The offenses allegedly occurred Sunday, and Deputy W. G. Nunn served the warrants the same day.