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10/22/2013 - Accomack Circuit Court Thursday - Click here to print this information

By Wesley Edwards

Rodney Nock was charged with two counts of grand larceny. Count one on or about September 9, 2012 larceny of a Habitat for Humanity trailer and on or about January 26, the larceny of Mr. Bobby Sherman's property. County deputy Taylor while serving other papers was told by the defendant that he was also guilty of the current charges. Nock was allowed to remain on bond pending a preliminary sentencing report.

Robert Cherrix was charged with distribution of percocet in July 2012 with a plea agreement of guilty, charges were amended to accommodation with the defendant giving up his fourth amendment rights. The case was continued for the presentence report until February 3, 2013 Mr. Cherrix will remain in custody until February 3, 2013.

Bobbie Lewis was charged with grand larceny-- she was convicted on January 24, 2013 of shoplifting from the Onley Virginia Wal-Mart of $1100 worth of merchandise. Miss April House a longtime friend explained to the court that Ms. Lewis had just gotten married (last Sunday) and with six children had turned her life around in recent months with restitution paid in full it became a credibility issue. When Judge Lewis questioned defendants schooling claims, and told her Salisbury University had no record of her attendance all credibility when out the window.

Commonwealth attorney Mr. Gary Agar explained to the judge that Ms. Lewis had charges from 1996, 2002, 2010, 2011, and 2012 all with no time served and all suspended sentences asking Judge Lewis was he going to allow this to continue. Mr. Agar went on to say she needs to be punished for what she did. Judge Lewis then sentenced Miss Lewis to five years with all but eight months suspended and then unsupervised probation for the remainder of four years and four months. He also denied a work release motion and a request to report four days later so she could make childcare arrangements.

David Nalls was charged with two counts of distribution of cocaine. Nalls turned 21 years old in jail while pending his sentencing. He was convicted on May 30, 2013 of these charges. Nalls had a long juvenile record including being suspended from school 16 times along with a DUI and marijuana issues the Commonwealth asked the judge to make an impression on the defendant. Mr. Nalls was sentenced to five years on each count with all but time served suspended along with being sent to the detention center with a requirement he must complete the detention center program and complete his job training program or return to jail for his 10 year sentence. After the detention center is complete he will be on supervised probation for the balance of the 10 years. His driving privilege was suspended for six months.

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