More Indictments from Accomack Grand Jury

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By Linda Cicoira  — A 75-year-old Bloxom man was indicted Monday by an Accomack grand jury on eight counts of sex crimes including the rape and sodomy of a juvenile. 

Samuel Nock, of Hinman Street, who is also an Accomac business owner, was indicted on three counts of aggravated sexual battery, two counts of object sexual penetration by force, two counts of forcible sodomy, and forcible rape. The incidents occurred on Sept. 30, 2018, between Nov. 30 and Dec. 9, 2018, and on March 24, 2019. 

A juvenile and domestic relations court judge found probable cause to certify the charges to the jury earlier this month. The name of the victim is not being disclosed by the Eastern Shore Post because of the nature of the offenses. Investigator Meghann Patterson, of the Accomack County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO), investigated the case.

Abner Hernandez, 21, of Shoremain Drive in Bloxom, was indicted on a count of raping a 12-year-old child between May 1 and 199. He was arrested on May 20. A judge found probable cause to certify the charge in August. Patterson gave information about the case to the jury.

Doretha King, 50, of Fleming Road in Horntown, a farmworker from Florida, was indicted on a count of maliciously wounding Loreka Holloman on July 7. Holloman was stabbed six times with wounds to the back, chest, arms, and behind an ear. Deputy C. Hodgson, of ACSO, investigated.

Jerry Antoine Satchell Jr., 21, of Fleming Road in Horntown, was indicted on counts of attempting to wound Monae Odom and destruction of property valued at $1,000 or more belonging to Doanne Gayle. The incidents occurred on June 12. 

Satchell was also initially charged with the abduction of his girlfriend Vermelle Tontrese Moore, 18. Moore told a judge that Satchell did not force her into his vehicle and that he rescued her from friends who wanted to take her to Maryland for her birthday. A report stated after Satchell got Moore in his pickup, he intentionally backed into another vehicle and left the scene.

Moore’s disappearance was reported by state police as a Virginia Critically Missing Adult Alert at around noon on June 12. Moore learned of this and contacted police at around 4 p.m. Special Agent Scott Wade, of the state police, who is also the director of the Eastern Shore Drug Task Force (ESDTF), investigated the incidents.

Kiamestric L. Anderson, 38, of May Drive in Salisbury, Md., was indicted on a count of DUI. It is a felony because he has been convicted of the offense at least twice in the last decade. He was arrested July 5, by Deputy K.A. Reese, of ACSO, after the officer observed him “driving in the middle of Route 13 and swerving between the median and shoulder.” His blood-alcohol level was .32 grams per 210 liters of breath. The legal limit is .08. The court file stated that during a hearing, Anderson told an officer “he sold weed and crack.”

Jason Alan Keyes, 37, of Hopeland Road in Bloxom, was indicted on a count of possessing cocaine on Jan. 24. Trooper Zachary Beaver investigated

Rayshawn Harmon, 21, of Airport Drive in Melfa, was indicted on a count of possession of cocaine on Jan. 27. Deputy B.K. Misener, of ACSO, investigated. 

Deavon Dwight Davis, 26, of Boggs Road in Painter, was indicted on counts of possession with the intent to distribute cocaine and possession of a firearm while in possession of cocaine. The incidents occurred on April 27. Hodgson investigated. 

Christine Laverne Johnson, 69, of Toms Lane in Eastville, was indicted on a felony count of shoplifting on June 16. Deputy N. Kugler, of ACSO, investigated

Kimberly Ann Collins, 33, of Seaside Drive in Cheriton, was indicted on a count of stealing a phone charger belonging to Derion Reid on May 14. The charge is a felony because Collins has been convicted two or more times of a similar larceny. Officer K. McGregor, of the Onancock Police Department, investigated. 

Brooks R. Mariner Sr., 42, of Savannah Road in Hallwood, was indicted on two counts of a third or subsequent offense of assault and battery of a family member, Kelly Mariner. The incidents occurred on June 8 and 10. It was unclear from the records how the two Mariners are related. The suspect was also indicted on a count of possession of cocaine on June 10. Reese investigated.

Ashley Alaniz, 31, of Boundary Avenue in Onancock, was indicted on a count of possession of cocaine on March 16. Josh Marsh, of the ESDTF, investigated.

Kelly Waneta Fowler, 39, of Chancetown Road near Melfa, was indicted on two counts of distribution of cocaine on June 14, 2017. Marsh investigated.

Leeshawn Lamar Davis, 30, of Matthews Street in Bloxom, was indicted on a count of possessing cocaine on April 9. Deputy G. Lewis, of ACSO, investigated.

Karl Williamson, of Exton, Pa., was indicted on a count of possession with intent to distribute fentanyl on May 11. Beaver investigated.

Darren Phillip Walker, 30, of Harborton, was indicted on a count of a fourth offense of DUI on June 10. Records show his alcohol level was between .15 and .20. Officer K. McGregor, of the Onancock Police Department, investigated

Michael Ryan Miller, 40, of Tasley, and Amber Dawn Putman, 31, of Movilla Drive in Berlin, Pa., were indicted on counts of possession of heroin and cocaine on July 7. Reese investigated.

Elwood Edward Miles, 42, of Church Street in Onancock, was indicted on a count of conspiring on March 16 to sell cocaine. Marsh gave information to the jury.

Robert Michael Selby Jr., 22, of Center Street in Onancock, was indicted on a count of possessing cocaine on March 8. Trooper B. Tripp investigated.

Walter Pierre Thomas, 20, of Roxburn Place in Willingboro, N.J., was indicted on a count of felony eluding on June 16. Sgt. George Bennett, of the Onley Police Department, investigated.

Jacqueline Juarez-Perez, no age or address available, was indicted on a third offense of DUI in five years. Officer C. Cobb, of Parksley Police Department, investigated.

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