Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Accomack County Circuit Court
Accomack County Commonwealths Attorney Gary Agar reports that as of Thursday March 25, the following trials and sentences took place in the Accomack County Circuit Court:
Cody Hutton, 18 of Accomac, was found guilty of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
Anthony Johnson, 31 of Atlantic, and Justin Scarborough, 23 of Painter, were found guilty of distribution of cocaine.
Rory Tomlin, 18 of Melfa, was found guilty of robbery, use of a firearm in commission of a robbery and maliciously shooting at an occupied vehicle.
Leshawn Davis, 21 of Accomac, was sentenced to 4 years imprisonment with all but 3 months suspended for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
Anthony Duffy, 33 of Onley, was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment with all but 1 year and 11 months suspended and Duffy must pay restitution for distribution of cocaine.
Ellin Early-McFord, 42 of Snow Hill, MD, was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment with all but 3 months suspended for leaving the scene of an accident.
Markiece Harmon, 24 of Parksley, was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment with all but 1 year suspended and Harmon must pay restitution for burglary and grand larceny.
Melissa Kellam, 30 of Onley, was sentenced to 3 years imprisonment with all suspended and community service for possession with intent to distribute marijuana.
Andrew McDonald, Jr, 33 of Chincoteague, was sentenced to 6 years imprisonment with all but 2 years and 3 months suspended for eluding, assault on an officer and 3rd offense of assaulting a family member.