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Gretna man faces assault charge

A 40-year-old Gretna man faces a felony charge of assault and battery on a family member, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

Mitchell Allen Waller of Stage Coach Road was charged with the alleged offense that occurred Saturday, and Cpl. P. C. Clayton served the warrant the same day.

Whitney Dawntae Oliver, 22, of High Rock School Road, Blanch N.C. faces a felony charge of violating a good behavior provision.

The alleged offense occurred June 7, and Deputy W. G. Yancey served the warrant Monday.

 Robert Eugene Farrar, 37, of Howard P. Anderson Highway, Halifax faces a misdemeanor charge of violating a juvenile protective order.

The alleged offense occurred June 6, and Deputy T. B. Sargent served the warrant Friday.

 Willie William Stovall Sr., 54, of Oak Level Road, South Boston faces a misdemeanor charge of assault and battery on a family member.

 The alleged offense occurred Friday, and Yancey served the warrant the same day.

 Terene Denise Foster, 22, of Neals Corner Road, Clover faces misdemeanor charges of brandishing a firearm and assault and battery on a family member.

The alleged offenses occurred Friday, and Sargent served the warrants the same day.

 Lisa Kay Franklin, 45, of Howard P. Anderson Highway, Halifax faces a misdemeanor charge of making annoying phone calls.

 The alleged offense occurred June 9, and Cpl. C. S.  Yeatts served the warrant Saturday.

 Herman Lewis Womack, 55, of Lower Liberty Road, Nathalie faces a misdemeanor charge of assault and battery on a family member.

 The alleged offense occurred Saturday, and Deputy J. M. Burton served the warrant the same day.

 Tony Deauntay Richardson, 32, of Rocklawn Avenue, Danville faces misdemeanor charges of driving under the influence, driving on a revoked license and refusing a blood breath test.

 The alleged offenses occurred Sunday, and Deputy T. H. Clarke served the warrants the same day.

 Timothy Brad Puryear, 30, of Link Puryear Road, South Boston faces a misdemeanor charge of contempt of court.

 The alleged offense occurred June 20, and Deputy S. Britton served the warrant Monday.

 Jeremy Andrew Elliott, 29, of Stagecoach Road, Nathalie faces a misdemeanor charge of vandalism.

 The alleged offense occurred Jan. 27, and Sgt. Q. W. Clark served the warrant Monday.

 Anton Edmonds, 30, of South Boston faces a charge of failure to appear in court, according to South Boston Police Office records.

The alleged offense occurred Thursday, and Cpl. S. L. Song served the warrant Monday. 

Edmonds is being held with no bond.

 Geonard Clark, 24, of South Boston faces a misdemeanor charge of being drunk in public.

 The alleged offense occurred Sunday, and Officer R. L. Lawson served the warrant the same day.

  Joshua J. Satterfield, 23, of Oxford N. C. faces a misdemeanor charge of being drunk in public.

The alleged offense occurred Sunday, and Lawson served the warrant the same day.

 Joe Davis Jr., 47, of Chesapeake faces a charge of possession of an open container of an alcoholic beverage.

 The alleged offense occurred Saturday, and Officer J. J. George served the warrant the same day. 

Davis was released on summons.

 Albert T. Poteat, 50, of South Boston faces a misdemeanor charge of possession of an open container of an alcoholic beverage.

The alleged offense occurred Saturday, and George served the warrants the same day. 

Poteat was released on summons.

In other reports:

 The Halifax County Sheriff’s Office is investigating several break-ins that occurred over the past two weeks.

 According to Sheriff Fred Clark, someone broke into a shop located at the home of Jerry Barksdale on Union Church Road and stole a Husqvarna string–trimmer, a Poulan chainsaw and some hand tools.

Dep. Chris Yeatts is investigating the thefts. 

 Clark said during this same time frame, someone entered Mary Davis’ garage on Burton Road in Halifax and stole a window air conditioning unit. 

Inv. C. J. Yeatts is investigating this theft.