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Plea entered in credit card crimes

A 20-year-old South Boston woman pleaded guilty Tuesday in Halifax County Circuit Court to 16 charges related to credit card theft and larceny, with a number of area businesses victimized as a result of her offenses.

 

Andrea Lashea Henry pleaded guilty to five counts of credit card theft, five counts of conspiracy, four counts of grand larceny and two counts of petty larceny, in all 12 felonies and four misdemeanors.

Pursuant to a plea agreement with the commonwealth, 17 related charges against the defendant were nol prossed.

The plea agreement calls for the court to sentence Henry to five years in prison for each of the felonies, with all but two years and six months suspended for each, with each indictment to run concurrently with the other indictments and with all time on each indictment to run concurrently.

The court ordered Henry be placed on probation for two years for the felony convictions.

The court sentenced Henry to 12-month suspended sentences for the misdemeanors, conditioned on her good behavior for 12 months.

Under terms of the plea agreement, Henry must pay $175 restitution to Agnes Murray within 24 months of Henry’s release at a rate of $50 per month; $233 restitution to Deborah Scrivner within 24 months of Henry’s release at a rate of $50 per month; $240 restitution to Ashley Clayton within 24 months of Henry’s release at a rate of $50 per month; $95 restitution to Margaret A. Gordon within 24 months of Henry’s release at a rate of $50 per month; and also make restitution to Shirley Loy.

In addition, the court banned Henry from a number of area businesses as a result of the offenses including Apple Market/Shell Station, Farmers Foods, Hong Kong Restaurant, Subway, Dollar General, Walmart, Belk, Goody’s Shoe Department, Sheetz, the Wilco/Hess station on Highway 58, Family Dollar, Radio Shack, Blue Ridge Tobacco and Sunny Quick Shop.

 

Other Court Cases

w Timothy Lewis Lipscomb, 22, of Yanceyville, N.C. pleaded guilty Tuesday to four counts of statutory burglary, four counts of grand larceny, two counts of conspiracy to commit statutory burglary and two counts of conspiracy to commit grand larceny.

Pursuant to a plea agreement with the commonwealth, the commonwealth moved to nol pros 23 related charges against the defendant.

The agreement calls for the court to sentence Lipscomb to 10 years in prison for each charge, with all but four years and six months suspended, conditioned on the defendant’s good behavior for 30 years.

The court ordered the defendant be placed on probation for five years, with restitution determined within 60 days and with Lipscomb ordered to pay restitution jointly and severally with his co-defendants.

w Charles Gregory Womack, 43, of Halifax pleaded guilty Tuesday to two counts of enhanced petty larceny (felony) and three counts of misdemeanor trespassing.

Pursuant to a plea agreement with the commonwealth, the court sentenced Womack to five years in prison for each felony, with all but three months suspended for each charge and with the three-month terms to run concurrently.

The court sentenced Womack to 12-month suspended jail terms for each of the three misdemeanors, conditioned on Womack’s good behavior for 12 months.

In addition, the court ordered Womack to pay $41.26 restitution to Walmart within six months of his release and $41.13 restitution to Food Lion within six months of his release.

w George Antonio Faulkner Jr., 18 of Halifax pleaded guilty Tuesday to a felony charge for child abuse/neglect with serious injury.

Pursuant to a plea agreement with the commonwealth, the commonwealth moved to nol pros two other felony charges against the defendant, one for child abuse/neglect and one for malicious wounding.

The plea agreement calls for the court to sentence Faulkner to 10 years in prison for the felony conviction, with all time suspended to that already served.

The court ordered the suspended portion of Faulkner’s sentence be conditioned on his good behavior for 20 years, beginning immediately, and it ordered him placed on probation for two years.

The court ordered Faulkner to submit to random drug screens, maintain employment and have no contact with his victim except that authorized by Social Services or as ordered by the court.

The court additionally ordered Faulkner to complete a parenting course and pay medical bills not covered by insurance and/or Medicaid.

w Jaysen Lee Grove, 30, of Nathalie was convicted Tuesday of a probation violation.

The court revoked 60 days of Grove’s previously suspended prison sentence.