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NEWS ARCHIVE

December 2012

Monday December 31, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Meadows of Dan Home Damaged by Fire.mp3

2012-2014 School Calendar Approved.mp3

Winter Driving Calls for Caution.mp3

 

Friday December 28, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

School Division Seeks to Move Forward.mp3

Emergency Shelter Established After Ice Storm.mp3

Ararat Residence Damaged by Fire.mp3

Drug Arrests Continue.mp3

State Police Respond to Rash of Winter Calls.mp3


3 more of the 84 people indicted on drug charges has been arrested

Fleenor,Joseph Michael

24

212 Woltz Atkins Rd.,Mt. Airy,

NC

Sgt. Eric O’Connell

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-308.4 Possess Sch I Or II W/Firearm

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-308.2:1 Sell Firearm To Felon

Hopkins,Stacy Lee Sr.

40

88 Carries Court, Patrick Springs,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Jason Kruse

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell III

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch III Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-258 Maintain Common Nuisance

McGrady,Henry Arthur III

39

35 Grace Drive, Bassett,

VA

Deputy Daniel Gray

Capias – Fail to Appear

 

 

 

 

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Daniel Gray

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

Thursday December 27, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

37 High-Paying Jobs Coming to Surry County, NC.mp3

Wintry Weather Followed Mild Christmas in Patrick County.mp3

Veterans ID Card Available.mp3

PHCC Food Drive Aids Area Food Banks.mp3

Local Banker Promoted.mp3

Gasoline Prices Up as Year Winds Down.mp3


SHEPHERD TO MANAGE MOUNT AIRY OFFICE



Worth Harris Carter, Jr., Chairman of the Board and President of Carter Bank & Trust, is pleased to announce the following:

Charles T. (Chuck) Shepherd has been elected an Assistant Vice President by the Bank’s Board of Directors and appointed Managing Officer of the Independence Boulevard office, located at 507 Willow Street in Mount Airy, NC. He replaces Darlene H. Akers, who is retiring after more than 38 years in banking.

Shepherd is a native of Meadows of Dan, VA and a graduate of Patrick County High School. He has earned an Associate Degree in Information Systems Technology from Danville Community College, as well as a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from Averett University in Danville, VA.

Shepherd is a member of the Ararat Ruritan Club and attends Stuart United Methodist Church. He is married to the former Stacey Hill.

Shepherd will continue as Managing Officer of the Bank’s Ararat office in Ararat, VA, a position he has held for over 6 years.
 

Wednesday December 26, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

School Corrective Action Plan Submitted to VDOE.mp3

Over $1,200 Raised to Fight Alzheimer's.mp3

Christmas Window Decoration Contest Announced.mp3

Chamber Seeking Executive Director Candidates.mp3


STEM Lab Visits HRMS



Hardin Reynolds Memorial School students were treated by a visit from the STEM Mobile Learning Lab from the Institute of Advanced Learning and Research in Danville, Virginia on December 17 - 19, 2012. The acronym STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. During the three day visit, all 4th -7th grade students had the opportunity to observe several demonstrations and perform hands-on experiments.
Mr. Bruce Waller, STEM Lab instructor, led the students in a variety of activities. He demonstrated "Magic Sand", which is used to clean up oil spills. The sand is treated with a chemical coating so it does not absorb water, but attracts oil. The students were amazed that the sand stays dry when mixed and stirred into water.
He gave a demonstration on a sinking medicine dropper in a 2-liter bottle of water. Mr. Waller demonstrated this by pulling an imaginary string from a student's ear and making the dropper sink to the bottom of the bottle. When the imaginary string was released, the dropper floated back to the top of the bottle. He said the demonstration was not magic, but science, and told them to try it at home. He would not tell them how this worked, but wanted them to research it and discover this for themselves. He said, "These types of simple tricks and experiments are what are so exciting about math and science."
He let each student construct a weather station consisting of a compass, weather vane, anemometer, rain gauge and thermometer. They discussed how the compass and weather vane lets you know which direction the wind is blowing. They talked about the anemometer measuring wind speed in miles per hour. He let the students see how rainfall is measured in centimeters and inches; and temperature is read in degrees of Fahrenheit or Celsius.
All of HRMS students got to see their fingerprints by using a digital scope at 60 times magnification and viewing them on a computer screen. Mr. Waller described the three types of fingerprints as being loop, arch and swirl. All students had to determine which type of fingerprint they had.
They also used a digital pro-scope which magnifies anything up to 400 times. They viewed clothing, jewelry, hair, skin, fingernails, etc. They were amazed at how items appeared different under magnification as compared to just looking at them with your eye. They could see many more details of fibers and colors by using the pro-scope.
There were also discussions on the greenhouse effect of plants. They saw and assisted in demonstrations of alternative energy sources with wind turbines and solar energy. Several toy objects with attached solar panels were powered by lights. The objects were small cars, a frog, grasshoppers and an elephant. The toys did not jump or move until the light hit the solar panels. Students held the grasshoppers and felt them jump in their hands when held under the light source.
All of the students were eager to get to do so many hands-on activities and experiments that they don't have access to in a regular classroom environment. Mr. Waller did an excellent job of relating to the students and getting them more excited about math, science and technology.
The faculty, staff, and students at Hardin Reynolds Memorial School would like to thank Mr. Waller and the Institute of Advanced Learning and Research in Danville, VA for this fun and educational experience.

Student quotes:
Owen Lange - 5th Grade - "I liked using the pro-scope to look at my hair and my shirt. It was cool!"

Elizabeth Milam - 6th Grade - "It was awesome to look at the skin on my finger using the pro-scope!"
 


ANOTHER of the 84 people indicted on drug charges has been arrested

Hatcher,Jeremy Termain

23

504 Worth St.,Mt.Airy,

NC

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Mark Sowder

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs


PATRICK COUNTY

        * BRIDGE REPAIRS VARIOUS ROUTES – Weather permitting, crews will repair bridges on various route during daytime hours. Lane closures may be in place with flaggers

controlling traffic beginning at 7 a.m.  Work is tentatively planned for the following:

·         Route 704 over Smith River

·         Route 58 over Rhody Creek

* MOWING – Weather permitting, crews will be mowing or cutting brush along various primary roads throughout Patrick County during daylight hours on weekdays.  Temporary lane closures may be in place at times.

        * PAVING AND PAVEMENT PATCHING – Weather permitting, crews will patch pavement or potholes on various roads.  Flaggers may control traffic at times during daylight hours.  Drivers should watch for signs and expect possible delays. 

 

 

Tuesday December 25, 2012

Monday December 24, 2012

MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM 1270AM WHEO!

 

Friday December 21, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Waldron Named Interim Principal at PCHS.mp3

Boyce Seeks Dismissal of $10-Million Defamation Suit.mp3

Food Bank Serves Over 570 Families at Christmas.mp3

Stuart Town Council Bids Farewell to Retiring Mayor.mp3

Larceny Suspect Arrested.mp3

 

Thursday December 20, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Dollarhite's Reassignment Part of Major Restructuring Plan.mp3

Patrick County Public School Division Receives $3400 Donation.mp3

Shepherd Traces Origin of Connection to PARC Workshop.mp3

Service of Remembrance Held for Connecticut Shooting Victims.mp3

PHCC HOPE Program Receives $20,000 Grant.mp3

 

Wednesday December 19, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Christmas Cheer Serves Over 250 Families and More than 500 Kids.mp3

Controversy Continues over School Expenditure Reports.mp3

School Board to Hold 5th Called Meeting on VDOE Report.mp3

Stuart Candlelight Service Honors Victims of Connecticut School Massacre.mp3

Lawsonville Woman Faces 15 Patrick Felony Charges.mp3


ANOTHER of the 84 people indicted on drug charges have been arrested

Franklin,Justin Tyler

27

15 Jordan Drive,Bassett,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Jackson Bird

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

Tuesday December 18, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Boyce Proposes More SROs to Make Schools Safer.mp3

Local Service of Remembrance for Connecticut Shooting Victims.mp3

Racer Shepherd Continues 26-Year Association with PARC Workshop.mp3

Sen. Stanley Still Working for State MODE Aid.mp3

Burglary Suspect Arrested.mp3


2 more of the 84 people indicted on drug charges recently have been arrested

Sharp,Mary Sue

54

909 Hazelwood Lane, Martinsville

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy W. D. Haymore

Indictment -  Sale Contr Subs-2Nd Offense (felony)

 

 

 

 

 

Indictment -  Sale Contr Subs-2Nd Offense (felony)

 

 

 

 

 

Indictment -  Sale Contr Subs-2Nd Offense (felony)

Hamm,Richard Dean

37

3221 Cherry Creek Road, Meadows of Dan

VA

Served by Bland Sheriffs Office – for Patrick County

Indictment - Manufacture Sch I Or II Drug – (felony)

 

Monday December 17, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Hanesbrands Job Fair Attracts Over 160 Job Seekers.mp3

School Board to Provide Expenditure Reports Requested by BOS.mp3

Groundbreaking Scheduled for New MODE.mp3

Moment of Silence for CT School Massacre Victims.mp3

JROTC Instructor Dismissed at PCHS.mp3

Burglary Suspect Arrested.mp3


PATRICK COUNTY ANIMAL POUND

1) Beagle-male-white black tan-Found on Hatchers Chapel Rd (has a unregistered microchip)
2) Beagle-female-black tan-Found on Hatchers Chapel Rd
3) Lab. mix-female-chocolate-Found on Moore field Store Rd
4) Lab. mix-female-chocolate-Found on Moore field Store Rd


We have several kittens available for adoption.
Remember to call the pound if you are missing or would like to adopt a furry friend
276-694-6259


PATRICK COUNTY

        * BRIDGE REPAIRS VARIOUS ROUTES – Weather permitting, crews will repair bridges on various route during daytime hours. Lane closures may be in place with flaggers

controlling traffic beginning at 7 a.m.  Work is tentatively planned for the following:

·         Route 704 over Smith River

·         Route 58 over Rhody Creek

###     * ROUTE 58 BRIDGE INSPECTION – On Wednesday, Dec. 19, crews will inspect the Route 58 bridge over Dan River at Meadows of Dan. Flaggers will control traffic on Route 58 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.

* MOWING – Weather permitting, crews will be mowing or cutting brush along various primary roads throughout Patrick County during daylight hours on weekdays.  Temporary lane closures may be in place at times.

        * PAVING AND PAVEMENT PATCHING – Weather permitting, crews will patch pavement or potholes on various roads.  Flaggers may control traffic at times during daylight hours.  Drivers should watch for signs and expect possible delays. 

 

Friday December 14, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Special Ed Monitoring Review Findings Released by VDOE.mp3

Un-Served Narcotics Indictments Unsealed.mp3

Philpott Lake and Tri-County Area to Be Showcased on TV.mp3

$500 Christmas Bonuses Awarded to 10 Employees by Chamber.mp3

 

Thursday December 13, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

School Board to Hear Supervisors' Request for More Financial Information.mp3

Watch for Children Signs Now Local Expense Says VDOT.mp3

Recycling Incentives Offered by Supervisors.mp3

Lock Boyce's Former Attorney Reprimanded by State Bar.mp3

Griffith Named to Health Subcommittee.mp3


OUTSTANDING DRUG INDICTMENTS AS OF 12/13/12
PATRICK COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Timothy Reid Hopkins,

29 

Surry County Jail

NC

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-258 MAINTAIN COMMON NUISANCE

 

Daniel Lee Kendricks

52

(address unknown)

 

18.2-248 SALE OF CONTR SUBS-2ND OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE OF CONTR SUBS-2ND OFFENSE

 

Erik DerelleFarris

28

(address unknown)

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH I OR II

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH I OR II

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

Fernando Quiroz Perivan

31

151 Short Ridge Road, Claudville

VA

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-258 MAINTAIN COMMON NUISANCE

 

James Arthur Hargis

49

3653 Ararat Hwy, Ararat

VA

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH I OR II

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE OF CONTR SUBS-2ND OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-258 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH IV DRUG

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH IV CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY 2ND OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE OF CONTR SUBS-2ND OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE OF CONTR SUBS-2ND OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE OF CONTR SUBS-2ND OFFENSE

 

Jeffery Scott Hargis

46

3653 Ararat Hwy., Ararat

VA

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH IV CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH I OR II

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH I OR II

 

Zachary Shawndell Goodwin

34

781 Long Branch Road, Claudville

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II-3RD OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY-3RD OR SUBSEQUENT

 

Jeremy Termain Hatcher

23

504 Worth St, Mt. Airy

NC

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

Michael Anthony Becker

36

3711 Little Dan River Road, Claudville

VA

18.2-248 SALE SCH IV CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-308.2:1 SELL FIREARM TO FELON

 

 

 

 

18.2-308.2:1 SELL FIREARM TO FELON

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

James Michael Whitt

48

Va Dept of Corrections

VA

18.2-258 MAINTAIN COMMON NUISANCE 2ND OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH I OR II

 

 

 

 

18.2-371 CONTRIBUTE TO DELINQUENCY OF MINOR

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH IV CONTR SUBS

 

Joseph Michael Fleenor

24

212 Woltz Atkins Rd., Mt. Airy

NC

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH I OR II

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-308.4 POSSESS SCH I OR II W/FIREARM

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-308.2:1 SELL FIREARM TO FELON

 

Elizabeth Ann Vandyke

28

6372 Ararat Hwy., Ararat

VA

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH I OR II

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH I OR II

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

Penny Nichole McDaniel

23

2158 Ararat Hwy., Ararat

VA

18.2-258 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH IV DRUG

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH IV CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH I OR II

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE IMITATION CONTR SUBS

 

Mary Sue Sharp

54

2967 County Line Rd., Patrick Sps

VA

18.2-248 SALE OF CONTR SUBS-2ND OFF

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE OF CONTR SUBS-2ND OFF

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE OF CONTR SUBS-2ND OFF

 

Justin Tyler Franklin

27

15 Jordan Dr., Bassett

VA

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH I OR II

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

Crystal Yow Richardson

28

584 Hampton Rd., Eden

NC

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

Matthew Gordon Bowman

32

(Unknown address)

NC

18.2-248 SALE SCH III CONTR SUBS

 

Richard Dean Hamm

37

VA Dept Corrections

VA

18.2-248 POSSESS PRECURSORS/METH

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 MANUFACTURE SCH I OR II DRUG

 

Glenda Kaye George

36

(unknown address)

 

18.2-248 SALE OF CONTR SUBS-2ND OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH I OR II

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE OF CONTR SUBS-2ND OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE OF CONTR SUBS-2ND OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE OF CONTR SUBS-2ND OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE OF CONTR SUBS-2ND OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-258 MAINTAIN COMMON NUISANCE

 

Lavest Michael Whisenton

24

Henry County Jail

 

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH I OR II

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH I OR II

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

William Curtis (B.J.) Griffith

34

US Federal Custody

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II-3RD OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II-3RD OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II-3RD OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II-3RD OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II-3RD OFFENSE

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II-3RD OFFENSE

 

Henry Arthur McGrady III

39

208 Crabtree Lane, Bassett

VA

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

Timothy Joseph King

47

875 Brim Rd., Mt. Airy

NC

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-308.4 POSSESS SCH I OR II W/FIREARM

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-308.2:1 SELL FIREARM TO FELON

 

Sarah Rose Branch

29

3952 Wayside Road, Stuart

VA

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

Benjie Dale Noah

52

NC Dept of Correx

NC

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-258 MAINTAIN COMMON NUISANCE

 

Jason Matthew Stanley

34

1408 Taylor View Dr., Patrick Spgs.

VA

18.2-248 POSSESS PRECURSORS/METH

 

Margaret Gibson

37

88 Carries Court, Patrick Spgs.

VA

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH III CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH I OR II

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH III

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH III CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-258 MAINTAIN COMMON NUISANCE

 

Jimmy Cole  Pike

23

(unknown address)

NC

18.2-108.01 SELL STOLEN PROPERTY

 

Buddy Dewayne Wade

34

212 Moss St, Martinsville

VA

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

Stacy Lee Hopkins, Sr.

40

88 Carries Crt, Pat Spgs.

VA

18.2-248 SALE SCH III CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

18.2-258 MAINTAIN COMMON NUISANCE

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH I OR II

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 CONSPIRACY TO SELL SCH III

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 SALE SCH I OR II CONTR SUBS

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tim Banks Brannock

34

NC Dept Corr

 

18.2-248 SALE IMITATION CONTR SUBS

 

Jesse Curtis. Warner

26

37 Pelham Dr., Landenberg

PA

18.2-250.1 POSSESS MARIJUANA

 

Steven W. Brown

32  

440 Scott Land Rd., Querryville

PA

18.2-250.1 POSSESS MARIJUANA

 

 

 

 

18.2-250 POSSESS CONTR SUBS

 

 


GOVERNOR McDonnell to ask for 2 percent Pay Raise for Virginia Teachers

Gov. Bob McDonnell is proposing 2 percent pay raises for public school teachers conditioned on more strenuous teacher assessment standards and a longer probationary period for new hires.

McDonnell is asking the General Assembly to budget nearly $59 million for the fiscal year beginning July 1

The raises also would apply to principals, librarians, guidance counselors and teachers' aides.

But the raises are tied to passage of an Education Fairness Act that stretches teacher probationary periods from three to five years and makes it easier to define a teacher as incompetent.

The two percent pay raise that McDonnell is asking for will cost $58.7 million. It would be effective July 1.
The last state-funded pay raise for teachers was a three percent increase back in 2007.

Here is the news release from Governor McDonnell’s office:

-Part 1 of Governor’s ALL STUDENTS K-12 Legislative Agenda-

RICHMOND – Today, Governor Bob McDonnell joined Delegate Kirk Cox and former Secretary of Education Jim Dyke, leaders from the Virginia School Boards Association, Virginia Association of School Superintendents, Virginia Association of Elementary School Principals, Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals and key business leaders to announce part one of his 2013 K-12 education reform legislative agenda.

Speaking about the legislative and budget proposals announced today, Governor McDonnell said, “A good teacher makes the single largest difference in instilling a thirst for education in our young people. We must do everything we can to recruit, retain and reward excellent teachers in Virginia. Teachers are the most valuable resources we have to ensure a prosperous future in the Commonwealth. Today, I put forward several important proposals to promote the teaching profession in Virginia. In putting together this proposal, we sought input from teachers, parents, the Virginia School Boards Association, Virginia Education Association, Virginia Association of School Superintendents, Virginia Association of Elementary School Principals, Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals, the Virginia Chamber of Commerce, Virginia Professional Educators, the Virginia PTA and many others.

“Virginia’s teachers are underpaid. Everyone knows a teacher who has stayed after school, worked with students during their lunch break and on weekends, and devoted all of their energy to making sure their students have every possible chance to learn. My sister is one of them. They have not had a pay increase since 2007. I will propose in my budget amendments a 2 percent pay increase for all of Virginia’s teachers. In addition, I will be asking the General Assembly to approve a total of $808,000 in incentive money to recruit and retain teachers in STEM-H subjects in middle and high school. Coupled with proposals to advance professional development and continue our focus on excellent teaching, these measures will further elevate the teaching profession in Virginia and help ensure that all students have the opportunity to learn from the best possible teachers.”

“Governor McDonnell has a great understanding of the importance of providing every child in our Commonwealth with a world-class education,” said Amanda Gibson, teacher at Salem City Schools in Salem, Virginia. “As a teacher that works with children on a daily basis, I see firsthand how children are the greatest resources we have for the future of our great Commonwealth and personally applaud Governor McDonnell’s work to ensure that all children have access to a world-class education in the Commonwealth of Virginia.”

“Today's announcement demonstrates the governor's unwavering passion for rewarding our best teachers,” said Secretary of Education Laura Fornash. “The Educator Fairness Act provides much-needed clarity around the role that the performance evaluation plays when it comes to a teacher’s ability to impact our students. Our most effective teachers should be rewarded, and those teachers experiencing challenges will be provided the necessary feedback with the goal of improving outcomes for all students. These efforts will only enhance our students’ ability to be prepared for the top jobs of the 21st Century.”

“Education is the single most important factor in determining a child’s success. All students deserve access to a quality education and an excellent teacher,” said House Majority Leader and former teacher, Delegate Kirk Cox (R-Colonia Heights). “Today’s agenda advances the professionalism of Virginia’s teachers and recognizes the critical role of educators throughout the Commonwealth.”

Former Virginia Secretary of Education Jim Dyke said, “Every student deserves an excellent teacher. Excellent teachers result from quality preparation, constructive evaluations and continuing professional development. These proposals move us aggressively toward a pathway to success. Students must have our bipartisan support to make that pathway a reality.”

Virginia Association of School Superintendents incoming president Pat Russo said, “Many Virginia teachers have worked without state-supported salary increases for more than four years, watching their paychecks shrink in the face of increasing health insurance costs and higher retirement premiums. This state-funded initiative begins to remedy that problem and we are pleased to hear the announcement.”

Mrs. Deborah Frazier, principal of Harrison Road Elementary School in Spotsylvania County and president of the Virginia Association of Elementary School Principals said, “VAESP is especially delighted to see that mentoring is recognized as a valuable and critical ingredient in the success of principals in their first essential years. We feel that principals typically operate as lone decision makers on many issues in their schools and are often in search of peers who could offer insight and wisdom in solving problems. Mentoring programs are highly effective and cost-effective ways to reinforce and extend the novice principals’ academic preparation, close possible gaps in training, and share best practices between novice and veteran principals.”

Keith Perrigan, principal at Patrick Henry High School in Washington County said, “The Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals stands with the governor in expressing our support for a legislative plan that maintains respect for continuing contract status for instructional personnel, recognizes the need to retain the best teachers for our students and streamlines the procedure for dismissal of ineffective teachers. Our association supports professionals being afforded fair but expedited due process procedures in decisions that affect employment and reputation.

On behalf of the Virginia Association of School Boards, John Lumpkins said, “The governor's proposal allows time for a teacher to demonstrate appropriate student academic progress. This extended period is a huge positive for the teaching profession. It will raise the quality of Virginia’s teachers by ensuring a thorough and rigorous evaluation process based upon a review of a larger and more valid data set before a division makes the decision to grant a teacher a continuing contract or to separate the teacher from employment.”
 

Wednesday December 12, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Hanesbrands Jobs Fair Set for Friday in Stuart.mp3

Contingency Fund Subject of Debate .mp3

BOS In Other Business.mp3

School Board Meets in Executive Session with School Administrators.mp3

Town Promotes Christmas Window Decorating Contest.mp3

Update on Narcotics Arrests.mp3


Continued List of Arrests
PATRICK COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE


84 people were indicted last Monday by a Patrick County Grand Jury on 300 sealed indictments involving narcotics distribution and weapons offenses. The Patrick County Sheriff’s Office along with numerous local, state and federal law enforcement agencies spent most of the day on Wednesday arresting those named in the indictments. The majority of those indicted were Patrick residents and most of the remaining who allegedly sold drugs in the county were from adjoining jurisdictions. The indictments were the result of a two year covert investigation that spanned all parts of the county. Smith added that Monday’s indictments were the first wave of charges to come from what he described as the largest narcotics investigation his office has ever conducted. “For nearly five years I have made my stance on illegal narcotics distribution very clear,” the sheriff stated. The sheriff’s office has indicted more than two hundred individuals on state and federal drug charges since 2008. “This is a good day for Patrick County which is the greatest place to live and raise a family…this office will always be committed to keeping it that way,” Smith said. Sgt Eric O’Connell and Investigator Darrell Rorrer were the lead investigators on all of the cases. The Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), Virginia State Police, Martinsville Police Department, Henry County Sheriff’s Office, Mt. Airy Police Department, Surry County Sheriff’s Office, Virginia Department of ABC and the Stokes County Sheriff’s Office all assisted in the arrest round up. Most of the narcotics involved in the cases were the schedule II drugs methamphetamine, cocaine and oxycodone.

 Anyone with information regarding those involved with illegal drug activity is urged to contact Sheriff Smith or Sgt. O’Connell securely and confidentially at 276-692-7012.

Keith,Jeremy Morris

35

111 Badgett Ave.,Mt.Airy,

NC

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Rhonda Ray

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch IV Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-308.2:1 Sell Firearm To Felon

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

Trent,James Paul

24

33 Berry Hill Ct.,Martinsville,

VA

Deputy Rhonda Ray

 Probation Violation  

Hatcher,Justin Antonio

23

2252 Creasy Chapel Rd.,Stuart,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Brian Hubbard

18.2-248 Sale Sch III Contr Subs

Pack,Julie Marlene

43

111 Badgett Ave.,Mt.Airy,

NC

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Rhonda Ray

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II  Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

Teague,Tina Marie

43

111 Heavenly Lane,Stuart,

VA

Deputy Brian Hubbard

 Breaking & Entering (felony) – Holly Talley,victim

 

 

 

 

 

Petit Larceny: 3Rd+ Offense (felony)  - John Waid, victim

 

 

 

 

 

 Drugs: Possess Sch I Or II (felony)

Vessell,Amanda Christine

28

107 Ronald St.,Patrick Springs,

VA

Deputy Brian Hubbard-for Hen.Co.

Obtaining Drugs By Fraud (felony)

Brown,Martha Silva

34

12482 Jeb Stuart Hwy.,Stuart,

VA

Deputy Winfred Hill-for Henry Co.

 Assault & Battery – Michael Lynn Mashburtn,victim

 

 

FIRST LIST UNDER DECEMBER 6TH NEWS BELOW
 

Tuesday December 11, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

BOS and EDA Meet Jointy on Economic Development Prospect.mp3

Supervisors Discuss VDOE Probe and School Funding Issues.mp3

School Petition Drive Ongoing.mp3

November Term of Patrick County Circuit Court News.mp3

Congressman Griffith's Staff Visits Stuart Today.mp3

 

Monday December 10, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Non-administrative Employees Meet with School Board in Response to State Probe.mp3

Boyce Speaks on School Board Response to VDOE Probe.mp3

Sheriff Reaffirms Touch Stance on Drugs.mp3

BOS to Meet with EDA in Closed Session.mp3

Fatal Accident in Patrick County.mp3

Cut-a-Thon Gives Christmas Cheer Project a Boost.mp3

Wounding Investigated.mp3


PATRICK COUNTY

        * BRIDGE REPAIRS VARIOUS ROUTES - Weather permitting, crews will repair bridges on various route during daytime hours. Lane closures may be in place with flaggers

controlling traffic beginning at 7 a.m.  Work is tentatively planned for the following:

·         Route 704 over Smith River

·         Route 58 over Rhody Creek

* MOWING – Weather permitting, crews will be mowing or cutting brush along various primary roads throughout Patrick County during daylight hours on weekdays.  Temporary lane closures may be in place at times.

        * PAVING AND PAVEMENT PATCHING – Weather permitting, crews will patch pavement or potholes on various roads.  Flaggers may control traffic at times during daylight hours.  Drivers should watch for signs and expect possible delays.

 

Friday December 7, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

84 Indicted in Largest Patrick County Narcotics Operation Ever.mp3

School Board Chairman Addresses VDOE Concerns.mp3

Two Burglar Suspects Indicted.mp3

Christmas Cheer Support Requested.mp3

Free Clinic Fundraiser Tomorrow.mp3

 

Thursday December 6, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Boyce Continues to Push for Restoration of Early Retirement Benefits.mp3

Burglary and Larceny Indictments Handed Down by Grand Jury.mp3

Prep of MODE School Site Underway.mp3

County Tries to Contain Health Insurance Costs.mp3

Stanbury Winery Earns Honors.mp3

Grand Larceny Suspect Arrested.mp3


PRESS RELEASE
PATRICK COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
FROM: SHERIFF DAN SMITH

According to Sheriff Dan Smith, 84 people were indicted Monday by a Patrick County Grand Jury on 300 sealed indictments involving narcotics distribution and weapons offenses. The Patrick County Sheriff’s Office along with numerous local, state and federal law enforcement agencies spent most of the day on Wednesday arresting those named in the indictments. The majority of those indicted were Patrick residents and most of the remaining who allegedly sold drugs in the county were from adjoining jurisdictions. The indictments were the result of a two year covert investigation that spanned all parts of the county. Smith added that Monday’s indictments were the first wave of charges to come from what he described as the largest narcotics investigation his office has ever conducted. “For nearly five years I have made my stance on illegal narcotics distribution very clear,” the sheriff stated. The sheriff’s office has indicted more than two hundred individuals on state and federal drug charges since 2008. “This is a good day for Patrick County which is the greatest place to live and raise a family…this office will always be committed to keeping it that way,” Smith said. Sgt Eric O’Connell and Investigator Darrell Rorrer were the lead investigators on all of the cases. The Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), Virginia State Police, Martinsville Police Department, Henry County Sheriff’s Office, Mt. Airy Police Department, Surry County Sheriff’s Office, Virginia Department of ABC and the Stokes County Sheriff’s Office all assisted in the arrest round up. Most of the narcotics involved in the cases were the schedule II drugs methamphetamine, cocaine and oxycodone.

Smith explained that the amount of work involved in the entire process was enormous and that his staff worked well as a team to investigate, plan and execute the service of the indictments and the subsequent processing of the arrestees. Other constitutional offices contributed as well. “Mrs. Vipperman and Mrs. Gasperini’s offices were instrumental in making this process a success,” the sheriff said. The commonwealth’s attorney’s office was responsible for preparing the indictments for presentation to the grand jury and the circuit court clerk’s office issued the capias for each of the 300 indictments based on the grand jury’s return of true bills. Vipperman also prepared seizure orders for approximately $50,000 in real estate, automobiles and firearms allegedly used to facilitate the drug offenses. “This county is fortunate to have such professional and experienced prosecutor and clerk’s offices,” Smith said.

As of Thursday afternoon, 40 individuals had been arrested while 8 others were currently incarcerated on previous charges. The sheriff stated that Judge Clark has ordered that all un-served indictments remain sealed until next Wednesday. The names of those who have not been arrested will be released at that time and they will be considered fugitives. Sheriff Smith indicated that he and his deputies were going to continue to search for those wanted through the weekend. Anyone with information regarding those involved with illegal drug activity is urged to contact Sheriff Smith or Sgt. O’Connell securely and confidentially at 276-692-7012.

Collins,Walter Rufus

69

5379 NC 89 Hwy. North,Lawsonville

NC

Sgt. Eric O’Connel & Deputy Chad Collins

18.2-248 Sale Sch III Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch III Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch III Contr Subs

Pack,Gary Odell

53

87 Bear Trail Lane, Vesta

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Linda Martin

18.2-85 Possess Explosive Device

Joyce,Judy Kay

55

118 E. Blue Ridge St., Stuart

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Linda Martin

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

Carter,Glenn Dale

48

118 E. Blue Ridge Street, Stuart

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Jason Handy

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II-3Rd Offense

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II-3Rd Offense

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II-3Rd Offense

Bowman,Candace Leann

23

80 Shelton Park Lane, Bassett

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy C. S. Stovall

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch III Contr Subs

Penn,Franklin Delano

65

6474 Salem Hwy., Stuart,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Winfred Hill

18.2-308.1 Sell Firearm To Felon

Reece,Mark Timothy

55

258 Kibler Valley Road, Claudville,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Jason Kruse

18.2-258 Maintain Common Nuisance

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

Reece,Sheila Nunn

53

285 Kibler Valley Road, Claudville,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Jacob Hubbard

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2--248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-258 Maintain Common Nuisance

Hairston,Roosevelt Sanders

30

6474 Salem Hwy.,Stuart,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Winfred Hill

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

Derreberry,Jennifer Yvette

31

1032 Blackberry Road, Bassett,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Inv. Winn, Henry Co

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

Belcher,Willie Dean

50

406 Lee Elgin Rd., Stuart,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Tpr. Robert Dillon

18.2-248.1 Manufacture Marijuana

Hopkins,Edith May

54

9310 Abram Penn Hwy., Pat.Spgs.

VA

St. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Linda Martin

18.2-248 Sale Sch III Contr Subs

Wade,Seth Harmon

23

2615 Woolwine Hwy.,Stuart

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Inv. Nicholas Pendleton

18.2-250 Possess Sch III Drug

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch III Contr Subs

Massey,Thomas David

34

216 Shade Tree Lane, Stuart

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Winfred Hill

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch III Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch III Contr Subs

Vessell,Amanda Christine

28

107 Ronald St., Patrick Spgs.

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Margie Stowe

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch III Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-103 Shoplift: Conceal Goods Valued <$200 3+ Offense

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

Mabe,Dewey Alvin

54

1003 Shorty Farm Road, Germanton,

NC

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Inv. Nicholas Pendleton

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

Butski,Janel Rebecca

37

81 Rattlesnake Lane, Stuart

VA

M464-Martin,Danny

18.2-248.1 Manufacture Marijuana

Rorrer,Robbie Lane (Toby)

40

276 Fish Pond Drive, Stuart

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Ricky Rorrer

18.2-248 Sale Sch II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch III Contr Subs

Martin,Cory Adam

24

241 Serenity Lane,Meadows of Dan

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Linda Martin

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Imitation Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-258 Maintain Common Nuisance

Nunn,Morgan Jacquelin

21

285 Kibler Valley Road, Claudville,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Linda Martin

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

Armstrong,David Ray Jr.

37

1595 Dan Valley Farm Rd.,Claudville

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Sgt. Roger Wilson

18.2-258 Maintain Common Nuisance

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

Armstrong,Anna Frances

36

1595 Dan Valley Farm Rd.,Claudville

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Tyler Wilson

18.2-258 Maintain Common Nuisance

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

Branch,Tanya Leahann

32

789 Taylor View Dr.,Patrick Spgs.

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Linda Martin

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Imitation Contr Subs

Bennett,Joshua Michael

24

1991 Jeb Stuart Hwy., Meadows Of Dan

VA

M464-Martin,Danny

18.2-248 Sale Imitation Controlled Subs

Bowman,Crystal Gayle

30

71 Twin Oak Rd.,Ararat,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Jason Kruse

18.2-258 Maintain Common Nuisance

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

Dalton,Crystal Dawn

22

5752 Willis Gap Rd.,Ararat

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Inv. Nick Pendleton

18.2-308.2:1 Sell Firearm To Felon

Sawyers,Brandon Matthew

23

5756 Willis Gap Road,Ararat

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Inv. Nick Pendleton

18.2-308.2:1 Sell Firearm To Felon

King,Christopher Lee

33

174 Niten Hollow Lane,Ararat,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Winfred Hill

18.2-258 Maintain Common Nuisance

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch IV Contr Subs

King,Phillip Allen

48

133 Fence Post Lane,Ararat

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Sgt. Roger Wilson

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch III

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch III Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

Bartley,Dexter Duane

23

635 Homeplace Road,Ararat

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Tyler Wilson

18.2-308.2:1 Sale Firearm To Felon

Manning,Sherry Lynn

32

133 Fence Post Rd.,Ararat,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Winfred Hill

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch III

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch III Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy-2Nd Offense

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Contr Subs-2Nd Offense

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch III Contrl Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-308.2 Felon Possess Firearm

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch III Contr Subs

Martin,Darren Lee

37

1827 Hardin Reynolds Rd.,Critz

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Inv. Nicholas Pendleton

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch IV Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch IV Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

Hill,Sarah Ashley

28

1012 Spring Branch Rd.,Ararat

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Inv. Nicholas Pendleton

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

Slate,Mitchell Steve

37

409 E. Blue Ridge St., Stuart

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Sgt. Barry Vipperrman

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

Quesinberry,Vance Edward

55

4237 Mountain View Rd.,Meadows of Dan,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Tpr. R. E. Dillon

18.2-248 Possess Precursors/Meth

Mcgrady,Joshua Tadd

28

2158 Ararat Hwy.,Ararat,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Sgt. Barry Vipperman

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch IV

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch IV Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-308.4 Possess Sch I Or II W/Firearm

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-308.2:1 Sale Firearm To Felon

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-108.01 Sale Stolen Property

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-258 Maintain Common Nuisance

Nowlin,Joan Blondale

29

592 Providence Drive, Stuart,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Inv. Darrell Rorrer

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Imitation Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-388 Profane Swearing Or Intoxication In Public

Montgomery,Courtney A

24

1029 Spring Branch Road,Ararat,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Rhonda Ray

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Of Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

Mcneil,Taskia Shanette

37

781 Long Branch Road, Claudville,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Jason Kruse

18.2-258 Maintain Common Nuisance

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Drug-3Rd Offense

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Drug-3Rd Offense

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Drug-3Rd Offense

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Drug-3Rd Offense

Hill,Timothy Norman

48

Mears Road,Claudville,

VA

Sgt. Eric O’Connell & Deputy Dustin Foley

18.2-256 Conspiracy To Sell Sch I Or II

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch I Or II Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-248 Sale Sch IV Contr Subs

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-308.2:1 Sell Firarm To Felon

 

 

 

 

 

18.2-258 Maintain Commom Nuisance

 

 

Wednesday December 5, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Today Is Patrick County Tax Payment Deadline.mp3

Pick-up Donated to Food Bank.mp3

Grand Jury Indicts 32 on 46 Charges.mp3

Chamber Executive Announces Retirement Plans.mp3

Ribbon-Cutting for New Pizza Restaurant.mp3

Limited Supply of Flu Vaccine Available.mp3

Burglary Suspect Arrested.mp3

Poindexter Meets Bill Filing Deadline.mp3

 

 

Tuesday December 4, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

Embattled Superintendent Calls for Forgiveness and Love.mp3

VDOE Releases Final Report on Patrick Probe.mp3

Fall Fire Season Extended to December 10.mp3

Armstrong Won't Run.mp3

Fieldale Man Arrested in Patrick Burglary.mp3

Winter Preparedness Week Encourages Preparation.mp3

 

Monday December 3, 2012

1270AM WHEO LOCAL NEWS AUDIO

School Board Continues VDOE Investigation Review.mp3

Stuart Christmas Parade Draws Several Thousand.mp3

Return of Textile Jobs Predicted.mp3

Theft Suspects Arrested.mp3


LADY COUGARS

The Girls Varsity team lost to Carroll 49-46. Gracen Witt and Hannah Helbert had 11 points, Ebony Reynolds had 12 points. The Cougars are now 2 and 1.

The JV team lost 46-17. Jessica Radford scored 5 points for the young lady cougars.
 


PATRICK COUNTY

        * BRIDGE REPAIRS VARIOUS ROUTES - Weather permitting, crews will repair bridges on various route during daytime hours. Lane closures may be in place with flaggers

controlling traffic beginning at 7 a.m.  Work is tentatively planned for the following:

·         Route 704 over Smith River

·         Route 58 over Rhody Creek

* MOWING – Weather permitting, crews will be mowing or cutting brush along various primary roads throughout Patrick County during daylight hours on weekdays.  Temporary lane closures may be in place at times.

        * PAVING AND PAVEMENT PATCHING – Weather permitting, crews will patch pavement or potholes on various roads.  Flaggers may control traffic at times during daylight hours.  Drivers should watch for signs and expect possible delays.    


HILLSVILLE CHRISTMAS PARADE
PHOTOS BY DAVID YOUNG

 

           

        

           


 

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