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Woman convicted of unlawful wounding, assault and battery

A 29-year-old Roxboro, N.C., woman, Sherri Anne Raynor, was convicted Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court of  one count of unlawful wounding and two counts of misdemeanor assault and battery, following a bench trial.

Raynor pleaded not guilty to the charges, and a defense motion to strike the prosecution evidence was denied, according to court records.

Sentencing for Raynor was set for a the March court term.


Other court cases

Marvin Leon Cabler, 57, of Halifax was convicted Thursday of a subsequent offense of driving on a revoked operator’s license after having been declared a habitual offender.

Sentencing for Cabler was set for the January court term.

• Leaveil Jamiel Terry, 29, of Halifax pleaded no contest Thursday to perjury.

Sentencing was continued to the March court term.

Terry also was convicted Thursday of a charge for failing to appear in court, with the court sentencing him to a 10-day suspended jail term.

• Jeremy Andrew Elliott, 30, of Nathalie was convicted Thursday of breaking and entering Johnson’s Quick Shop and petty larceny from Johnson’s Quick Shop.

The commonwealth moved to nol pros another charge against the defendant during the trial for misdemeanor destruction of personal property belonging to Johnson’s Quick Shop.

Sentencing for Elliott was continued to the January court term.

• Brian Lamar Tucker, 26, of Halifax pleaded guilty Thursday to three counts of distribution of a Schedule I/II controlled substance.

Pursuant to a plea agreement with the commonwealth, a charge against Tucker for distributing a Schedule I/II controlled substance on the grounds of a public library was nol prossed upon a motion by the commonwealth.

The plea agreement calls for the court to sentence Tucker to 10 years in prison for each of the charges, with all time suspended conditioned on Tucker’s good behavior for 30 years.

The court ordered Tucker placed on probation for six months and ordered him to submit to random drug tests, in addition to ordering him to pay $130 restitution to Virginia State Police.

• Carla Janette Carrington, 32, of South Boston was convicted Wednesday of trespassing and stalking in a misdemeanor appeal case.

The court ordered Carrington to pay a $100 fine for each conviction and ordered her to have no contact with her victim.

• Dick Melvin Walker Jr., 44, of Halifax had a charge against him for violation of a protective order dismissed Wednesday.