Several criminal cases were heard recently in Accomack County Circuit Court.
According to Commonwealth’s Attorney Gary Agar, Lawrence Ivey, 51, of Parksley was found guilty of attempted burglary and grand larceny and sentenced to 10 years on each count, all suspended except for three years and two months.
Derek Hairston, 38, of Parksley was found guilty of driving after having been named an habitual offender and was sentenced to two years, with one year suspended.
Rosa Justice, 49, of Mappsville was found guilty of possession of cocaine and sentenced to 10 years, with all but 45 days suspended.
Sentencing was deferred until presentence reports are prepared for Nas Askia, 34, of Boston, Mass., found guilty of armed burglary and the use of a firearm during the crime; James Mongelli, 19, of Delaware, found guilty of burglary; and Marcus Henderson, 24, of New Church, found guilty of possessing marijuana with the intent to distribute it.
Brian Brown, 30, of Horntown, charged with possession of cocaine and marijuana, was given First Offender Status, by which the charges will be dismissed if he maintains a clean record.
Sentencing was handed down for Phillip Rogers, 57, of Painter, previously found guilty of three counts of rape. He was sentenced to 15 years on each count, to run concurrently, plus three years of post-release probation.
Jarvis Scarborough, 19, of Painter, previously found guilty of robbery and use of a firearm during the robbery, was sentenced for the robbery to 10 years, with all but three years suspended, and for the firearms charge to three years, for a total of six years to serve.
Reginald Handy Jr., 21, of Atlantic was sentenced for burglary and grand larceny to three years on each count, all suspended except for three months on each count.