Gloucester:In the 6200 block of Professional Drive
On July 28, James Edward Harrell, 22, of Gloucester, was charged with assault and battery of a police officer, destroy property, and obstructing justice.
In the 5800 block of Hall Town Road
A report of an intoxicated male was received in July 27 around 1:30 a.m. Thomas James Thein, 24, of Hayes, was charged with public swearing or intoxication.
In the 8300 block of Thomas Jefferson Way
A report was received on July 27 of a breaking and entering at a residence, which occurred sometime between 1:30 p.m. and 3: 30 p.m. Entry was made at a back door. Jewelry items valued over $200 were taken.
In the 4400 block of Canvasback Drive
A report was received on July 27 of damaged property at a residence involving a mailbox that had been removed and destroyed overnight, valued a $100.
In the 3400 block of Cappahosic Road
A report was received on July 24 of a larceny from a residence between 2 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Jewelry items were taken valued at over $200. No sign of forced entry.
On Justice Drive
A report of credit card fraud was received on July 16 involving a victim from York County. The victims Shell Master Card was stolen and used at several locations in Gloucester in July 1, including $120 in purchases from convenience stores. Additional transactions took place in York County. The card may have been stolen from a parked vehicle at Yorktown Beach on July 1. The case is under investigation.
In the 1500 block of George Washington Memorial Highway
The Sheriff's Office is investigating an armed robbery on July 25 at 9:14 p.m. at the Stop and Go gas station. A male suspect, described as light skinned black or Hispanic, 5 feet 5 inches or 5 feet 6 inches, 140 pounds, displayed a firearm to the clerk and demanded cash. There were no injuries and the male suspected departed on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash. The case is under investigation.
In the 9400 block of John Clayton Memorial Highway
A report was received on July 26 at 9:29 p.m. of an intoxicated female in the roadway near Waverly Road. Joanne Reed, 47, of Gloucester, was charged with public swearing or intoxication.
In the 6000 block of George Washington Memorial Highway
On July 21, Amanda Kathryn Epps, 19, of Hayes, was charged with driving on a suspended license.
In the 9100 block of Dutton Road
A report was received on July 22 of a larceny from an unoccupied trailer, between July 19 and July 22. Items stored in a closet were reportedly taken, including 10-11 porcelain dolls dated from 1987 to 2007 and valued over $200. Windows were broken out of the residence.
In the 2600 block of Carmines Island Road
A report was received on July 23 of a domestic assault between a husband and wife. Shawn Patrice Shelton, 39, of Hayes, was charged with assault and battery of a family member.
In the 1800 block of George Washington Memorial Highway
On July 23, Rita Marie Gibson, 39, of Newport News, was charged with DWI, second offense in five years, and refuse to take blood/breath test.
In the 1300 block of Greate Road
A report was received on July 24 at 4:17 a.m. from VIMS security officers of a burglary involving a male inside Waterman's Hall. The unidentified male fled when confronted by security. No signs of forced entry and no items missing. The case is under investigation.
Mathews:On Buckley Hall Road
A report was received on July 23 of an attempted burglary at the Mathews High School concession stand. Witnesses described a vehicle that had been in the parking lot earlier in the evening. This is the second time in two months the concession stand has been burglarized. In June, someone forced open the door and removed items valued at over $30. Investigators are trying to determine if the cases are related. Suspected have been identified and the cases remain under investigation.
If anyone has information regarding these crimes or any other crimes in Mathews, please call Crime Solvers at 804-725-7001. All calls are anonymous. Callers do not have to give their name or telephone number and do not have to appear in court. If information leads to the arrest, recovery of stolen property or the seizure of illegal drugs, callers may receive a cash reward.