By Linda Cicoira
A teenager will spend 10 days in jail for 21 misdemeanor counts of stealing property from Walmart in Onley.
Aliyah Nicole Morris, 19, of South Fork Road in Parksley, pleaded guilty to the charges in October 2018. A felony charge of theft was not prosecuted. The incident occurred in September, October, and November 2017.
Last week, Judge Burke F. McCahill, of Accomack Circuit Court, sentenced Morris to 60 days for each of the charges with all but 10 days suspended.
In another case, Eliezer Nunez Rosado, 61, of Savage Neck Drive in Eastville, was sentenced to a total of five years in prison and ordered to pay back $336.36 to Walmart for two counts of stealing property in September 2016. He was ordered to be on supervised probation for three years and on unsupervised probation for another two years.
Oskie Lee Frazier Jr., 40, of Wessells Farm Road in Temperanceville, was sentenced to five years with all but two suspended for possession with intent to distribute cocaine and five years and three months with all but three suspended for transporting an ounce or more of cocaine into Virginia. The terms were set to run consecutively. Frazier’s driver’s license was suspended for six months. After release, he will be on supervised probation for five years and unsupervised probation for two years. The incidents occurred in October 2017.
Jeffrey Klutts, 42, of Belle Haven Road in Belle Haven, was convicted of burglary in connection with a July 2, 2018, incident. He pleaded not guilty to the charge. A presentence report was ordered. The case was continued until March 22.
Tina Marie Cole, 59, of Hopkins Road in Parksley, was sentenced to 12 months each for seven counts of forgery involving $1,100 worth of checks that belonged to Nora Turcol in 2017. All but a year of the terms were suspended. She could have been sentenced to up to 80 years in prison and fined more than $17,000.