Northampton County Indictments

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By Stefanie Jackson —

Kevin Lawrence Clark, 42, of Lankford Highway, Nassawadox, was indicted July 11 on three felony charges of assault and battery of a law enforcement officer.

Clark is accused of the assault and battery of Deputy D. Cobb and Deputy J.L. Smith, Northampton County Sheriff’s Office, and Officer C. Little, Exmore Police Department, on April 7.

Clark was arrested the following day by the Accomack County Sheriff ’s Office and was held without bail.

His prior criminal record includes disorderly conduct, making a threatening phone call, assault, domestic assault and battery, resisting arrest, obstruction, violating a protective order, and theft.

Clark was released May 26 on $2,500 unsecured bond.

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Derek Joseph Davis, 34, of Rogers Drive, Nassawadox, was indicted July 11 on a felony charge of maliciously causing bodily injury to Jessica Charlton on Feb. 19.

He was arrested and held without bail Feb. 24 by Deputy J.W. Foisey, NCSO, who also investigated. A protective order was later filed against Davis.

His prior criminal record included a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Davis was released Feb. 25 on $2,500 bail or bond.

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Robert Keith Dillard Jr., 37, of Plantation Drive, Cape Charles, was indicted July 11 on two felony charges: forgery of a draft, check, or other writing, and uttering a check belonging to the Cornish Funeral Home, both between May 5 and May 9.

He was arrested and held with bail May 9 by Deputy M. Johnson, NCSO, who also investigated.

Dillard also faces two misdemeanor charges of obtaining money by a false pretense, one at El Ranchito Mexican Store and one at Cheriton Quick Mart, also between May 5 and May 9.

Dillard was released May 10 on $2,000 secured bond.

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Dashawn Lamont Holloway, 18, of Mill Run, Belle Haven, was indicted July 11 on two felony charges: malicious shooting of Qurnesha Davis while he was part of a mob, and using a firearm while committing malicious wounding, both on Feb. 14.

Holloway was 17 when the alleged offenses occurred, and he was taken into police custody by Deputy Michelle Hallett, NCSO. Holloway was later transported to the Norfolk Juvenile Detention Center.

According to Northampton County court records, Holloway first became involved in the juvenile justice system at age 11, when he was charged and found guilty of assault and battery of a family member.

He was offered participation in a diversion program but then was charged and found guilty of shoplifting, and the diversion closed unsuccessfully.

Holloway later was found guilty of a probation violation, and he was taken into police custody twice on runaway charges.

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Malik Javon Johnson, 24, of Adron Street, Exmore, was indicted July 11 on three felony charges: possession of a firearm by a violent felon who had been convicted within the last 10 years, malicious wounding by a mob, and use of a firearm while committing malicious wounding, all on Feb. 14.

He was arrested the same day by Sergeant A. Lewis, NCSO. Johnson was held without bail.

His prior criminal record includes felony charges of possession of a weapon and/or ammunition and malicious wounding in 2020 in Accomack County, but there has been no disposition in that court case.

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Soufiana Kaba, 21, of Glen Myrtle Avenue, Norfolk, was indicted July 11 on a felony charge of eluding police and causing the endangerment of a person on May 16.

He was arrested May 17 by Deputy J.W. Foisey, NCSO, who also investigated.

Kaba faces five related misdemeanor charges: driving without a license, reckless driving and endangerment, reckless driving by speeds exceeding 85 mph, failure to maintain control of a vehicle, and carrying a concealed weapon.

He received two traffic infractions: driving without headlights and failing to signal.

At the time of his arrest, Kaba also had charges pending against him for having no vehicle insurance or registration and having mismatched license plates.

He was released the same day on $5,000 secured bond.

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Jeffrey Cameron Rickard, 74, of Junction Lane, Cape Charles, was indicted July 11 on a felony charge of making a false statement on a form to obtain a firearm on April 7.

He was arrested the same day by Trooper G.L. Gillimore, Virginia State Police, who also investigated.

Rickard was released later that day on $1,500 secured bail.

He also faces a misdemeanor charge of possession of a firearm after involuntary commitment to an outpatient treatment facility.

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