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Halifax man faces charge of stalking

A 56-year-old Halifax man faces a misdemeanor charge of stalking, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

Robert Moore of L. P. Bailey Memorial Highway was charged with the offense that allegedly occurred April 24, and Cpl. P. C. Clayton served the warrant.

Clarence R. Tuck II, 24, of South Boston faces a charge of driving on a suspended license, according to South Boston Police reports.

Officer T. W. Bush served the warrant Friday, and Tuck was released on summons.

 Brian D. Hopkins, 25, of South Boston faces a charge of driving on a suspended license.

Bush served the warrant Friday, and Hopkins was released on summons.

 Jerry M. Little, 65, of Alton faces a charge of driving with no operator’s license.

Officer A. E. Whitmore served the warrant Friday, and Little was released on summons.

 Tanzania Norwood, 23, of South Boston faces a charge of driving with no operator’s license.

Officer C. M. Mann served the warrant Friday, and Norwood was released on summons.