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SoBo man charged with being a fugitive

A 38-year-old South Boston man faces a felony charge of being a fugitive, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records. Delwood Michael Allen of Farm Road is charged with the alleged offense that occurred March 30, and Cpl. P. C. Clayton served the warrant Wednesday.

 

 Samuel Heath Fears, 23, of Coles Ferry Road, Nathalie faces a felony charge of possessing a controlled substance.

The alleged offense occurred Feb. 3, and Deputy T. H. Clarke served the warrant Tuesday.

 Robert Wayne Compton, 27, of Clarkton Road, Nathalie faces a felony charge of probation violation.

The alleged offense occurred March 29, and Deputy T. B. Sargent served the warrant Tuesday.

 Derrick Lee Davis, 50, of Dryburg Road, Scottsburg faces a misdemeanor charge of assault and battery on a family member.

The alleged offense occurred March 30, and Deputy C. S. Hudson served the warrant Tuesday.

 Steven Anthony Halloren, 31, of B L S Creek Trail, Nathalie faces misdemeanor charges of driving on a suspended license and assault and battery.

The alleged offenses occurred Monday and Tuesday, and Clayton served a warrant Tuesday, and Sgt. Q. W. Clark served a warrant Wednesday.

 Jennifer Lynn Francisco, 30, of Brad Smith Trail, Nathalie faces a misdemeanor charge of assault and battery of a family member.

The alleged offense occurred Tuesday, and Deputy S. Britton served the warrant Wednesday.

 Raashaun D. Newman, aka Shawn, 25, of South Boston faces misdemeanor charges of petit larceny and trespassing at Sunny’s Quick Shop, according to South Boston Police records.

The alleged offenses occurred Feb. 18 and March 23, and Cpl. S. L. Song served the warrants Tuesday.

 Irvin J. Williams, 62, of South Boston faces a misdemeanor charge of trespassing. The alleged occurred Tuesday, and Sgt. S. W. Warf served the warrant the same day.

 Carl A. Venable, 37, of South Boston faces a misdemeanor charge for destruction of property.

The alleged offense occurred Friday, and Officer R. J. Mead served the warrant Tuesday.