- Last Updated on 07:35 AM 08/14/13
- BY The Gazette-Virginian
A 27-year-old Clover man faces a felony charge of attempted robbery in connection with a recent robbery of the West Main Street Fas Mart in Danville, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.
Terry Dean Barbour Jr. of Hunting Creek Road was charged with the alleged offense that occurred Monday, and Inv. T. A. Mocarsky served the warrant Tuesday.
• Stanley Calvin Francis Jr., 40, of Bold Springs Road, South Boston faces a felony charge of possessing a controlled substance and a misdemeanor charge of being a habitual offender.
The alleged offenses occurred Friday, and Deputy C. S. Hudson served the warrants the same day.
• Rebecca Claytor, 35, of Green Level Road, Scottsburg faces a misdemeanor charge of making false reports to police.
The alleged offense occurred July 15, and Deputy D. K. Francis served the warrant Friday.
• Corey Tremaine Lewis, 26, of Stage Coach Road, Nathalie faces a misdemeanor charge of contempt of court.
The alleged offense occurred Aug. 7, and Deputy W. F. Cross served the warrant Monday.
• Crystal Gayle Crews, 35, of Acorn Road, Nathalie was issued a misdemeanor surety capias.
The alleged offense occurred Monday, and Sgt. D. W. Martin served the warrant the same day.
• Errol Douglass Fulford, 38, of South Main Street, Clover faces a charge of drinking alcohol and driving, according to South Boston Police Department records.
Officer T.W. Bush served the warrant Sunday, and Fulford was released on summons.
• Taniqua Younger, 24, of Sinai Road, South Boston faces a charge of assault and battery of a family member.
Cpl. M. W. Bowen served the warrant Monday.
• Samuel Allen Guy Jr., 28, of Aster Place, South Boston faces a charge of assault and battery of a family member.
Bowen served the warrant Monday.
• James Alan Wilson, 51, of High Street, South Boston faces a charge of being drunk in public.
Officer R. J. Mead served the warrant Monday, and Wilson was released on his own recognizance.
• Da’Naesha Jones Tyler, 19, of Chatham Road, Halifax faces a charge of disorderly conduct.
Officer J. J. George served the warrant Saturday, and Tyler was held on a $2,500 unsecured bond.