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South Boston woman faces forgery charge

A 22-year-old South Boston woman faces a felony charge of forgery by check, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

Tiara Lanae Walker, 22, of Sinai Road was charged with the alleged offense that occurred June 21, and Deputy W. G. Yancey served the warrant Wednesday.

Lisa Ann Newman, 42, of Sinai Road, South Boston faces two felony charges of forgery by check.

The alleged offenses occurred June 21, and Deputy J. L. Franco served the warrants Wednesday.

 Scun Kym Jones, 25, of Grubby Road, Halifax faces two misdemeanor charges of assault and battery.

The alleged offenses occurred Monday, and Sgt. Q. W. Clark served the warrants Tuesday.

 Floyd Logan, 66, of Mallard Lane, South Boston faces two misdemeanor charges of trespassing and a misdemeanor charge of vandalism.

The alleged offenses occurred May 23 and June 7, and Sgt. C. S. Yeatts served the warrants Tuesday.

 Willie Thomas Francis Jr., 47, of Barksdale Drive, Halifax faces a misdemeanor charge of trespassing.

The alleged offense occurred July 14, and Deputy T. B. Sargent served the warrant Tuesday.

 Paris Malik Palmer, 19, of Westside Drive, South Boston faces a misdemeanor charge of attempting to defeat a drug or alcohol test.

The alleged offense occurred Tuesday, and Sargent served the warrant the same day.

 Kendall Scott Sydnor, 25, of North Main Street, South Boston faces a misdemeanor charge of making threats over the telephone. 

The alleged offense occurred July 26, and Clark served the warrant Wednesday.

 Gregory Lee Mills, 42, of Leighwood Trail, Halifax faces misdemeanor charges of assault and battery and breach of peace.

The alleged offenses occurred July 9, and Clark served the warrants Wednesday.

 Amanda Brown Barksdale, 43, of Bane Street, South Boston faces a charge of violating a protective order, according to South Boston Police Department records. 

Officer J. J. George served the warrant Wednesday.