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11/9/2013 - Accomack Ciruit Court report - Click here to print this information

By Wesley Edwards

In Accomack County Circuit Court Thursday, David Marsh, charged with possession and the transporting obscene items pled guilty to a reduced charge. On or about August 6, 2012 Mr. Marsh's Apple iPod was found with pictures of children and adults in compromising situations. Because of questionable evidence the charges were reduced to a class I misdemeanor. The defendant pleaded guilty under the reduced charges. Judge Revell Lewis III sentenced Mr. Marsh to six months with all but four days suspended for two years. The defendant was told to report by 5 PM Friday for his jail time.

William Nelson was charged with distribution of cocaine. Nelson was arrested on January 3, 2013 at his residence with the help of an informant and the drug task force. He was indicted by a grand jury in June. Judge Lewis continued the case until February pending the preparation of a presentence report.

Noe Escalante Velasquez faced multiple charges, one hit-and-run, charge two unauthorized use of a vehicle, charge three driving with a revoked drivers license, and charge four of driving to close. Valasquez pled guilty to all charges with the help of an interpreter. In addition to the charges pending is a deportation motion. The defendant fled the scene on foot but was tracked after the accident by motor vehicle registration to Dreamland trailer park where he was arrested. Due to questions about the defendants arrest record judge Lewis continued this case until next Thursday so the records could be cleared up.

Asia Woolford was charged with grand larceny and shoplifting in December 2012 at the Walmart in Onley. The defendant and her boyfriend brought their own Walmart bags and filled them pushing their cart outside without going through checkout. Ms. Woolford ran across the street to Shore Lodge where she lived and was subsequently arrested. Ms. Woolford was told that she was going to jail for this event and should make arrangements for child care while this case was pending a presentence report for February 3, 2014.

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