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9/25/2013 - Several appear in Northampton Circuit Court - Click here to print this information

By Wesley Edwards

In Northampton Circuit Court Monday Harry Anderson pled guilty to a charge of distributing cocaine. Mr. Anderson is from Cape Charles and will remain out on bond pending a pre-sentencing report.

Theany Thor was charged with possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine. He pled guilty of possession and the intent charge was dropped. Mr. Thor was sentenced to 10 years with all but 90 days suspended. A motion for work release was denied.

Shekia Thomas was charged with illegal obtaining a credit card, illegal use of a credit card, and unauthorized use of a credit card. Shekia and her sister used the credit card in question in charges totaling $866.50. With a guilty plea the case was continued for a pre-sentencing report.

Robin Orsinger was charged with obtaining money by false pretenses and a probation revocation. The probation charge goes back to 2002 for embezzling. The restitution in that case was $74,595 dollars, of which approximately $39,000 has been repaid. Ms. Orsinger has been serving weekends before her sentencing Monday, having seved a total of 56 days. The charge of obtaining money was related to welfare fraud. She filed a false claim for food stamps and free school lunches for her 16 and 18 year old daughters. The total charge was $1,102 dollars with $220 dollars having been paid back. Ms. Orsinger was sentenced to 10 years on each charge to run concurrently with all but 10 months suspended and 3 more months for the probation charge for a total of 13 months to be served. Work release was denied.

Jermaine King was charged with Grand larceny, assault and battery of a family member and assault and battery. These charges were from an incident which occurred in the McDonald's in Cape Charles' ladies room where Mr. King took money from his girlfriend and assaulted his her and her sister. The girlfriend, Ebony Collins, testified on his behalf and told the judge that she and Mr. King were living together and raising two sets of twins, one pair of which he is the father. King had already served two stints in prison, so Judge Revell Lewis III sentenced Mr. King to 5 years on each count with all but 2 months suspended.

Keith Jubilee was charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine. Mr. Jubilee, who was not in court, had been found guilty in May of 2013. It was reported Mr. Jubilee was in a Seaford, Delaware hospital. Mr. Bruce Jones the Northampton Commonwealth's attorney said that Mr. Jubilee was not looking forward to sentencing and this report needed to be verified. Judge Lewis said that they would continue this case until October 21, 2013 and deal with it then.

Dijon Gaskins was charged with probation revocation. Gaskins entered a not guilty plea. He was allowed to transfer his probation to Richmond, Va. in November of 2012 where he was to live with his mother or aunt. His Richmond probation officer went out on a leave of absence and according to Mr. Gaskins, he was told he would be coming to his home for a visit when he got back to work. A new parole officer reported Mr. Gaskins to Northampton County as missing, causing Mr. Gaskins to be arrested on September 11, 2013. He has been in jail ever since. The mother and aunt brought payroll checks going back to sometime in 2012 as evidence he had been employed since returning to Richmond. They also testified that he had lived at one of their houses. Judge Lewis, after hearing all the testimony, found Mr. Gaskins not guilty of probation revocation and gave clear instructions about how to prevent this from ever happening again.

Lawrence Bright was charged with probation revocation. With ongoing reporting problems and a positive cocaine test, Judge Lewis revoked Mr. Bright's probation and reimposed the 6 year 6 month sentence with all but one year six months suspended.

Everado Rosales was charged with a 3rd DUI, eluding, and reckless driving. With a plea agreement to drop all charges except the DUI, this case was continued for a pre-sentencing report. Questions arose as to whether this was the third or fourth DUI, as well as questions about the defendant's name. Judge Lewis felt that it was important to wait for the pre-sentencing report. Mr. Rosales bond was revoked and he was taken away to start whatever sentence is handed down after the pre-sentencing report is received.

Arkiece Montwelle Davis of Exmore pled guilty to providing a cell phone to an incarcerated prisoner. He was sentenced to 12 months in jail.

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