A South Boston man, Kevin L. Stevens, was sentenced Jan. 22 in Halifax County Circuit Court to 11 months and 20 days in prison for a felony drug charge of possession of a I or II controlled substance, a felony charge of eluding police, a felony charge of violating good behavior terms, a misdemeanor charge of possession of marijuana and a misdemeanor charge of driving while intoxicated after entering into a plea agreement with the Commonwealth.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, Judge Kimberley S. White sentenced Stevens to 10 years and 24 months, but suspended all but 11 months and 20 days conditioned on his good behavior for 10 years.

Judge White also ordered a year of supervised probation upon his release; ordered he pay $50 to the trauma fund, complete VASAP and to pay another $500 fine; suspended Stevens’ driver’s license for three years; and ordered the defendant to pay court costs within three years.

• Aundra Rodney Faulkner was found guilty Jan. 22 for a felony charge of eluding police and a misdemeanor charge each of driving while intoxicated, obstruction of justice/resisting arrest and driving while license is revoked.

Sentencing was continued to a date in the April court term.

The Commonwealth also nol prossed a charge of refusing a blood/breathalyzer test.

Faulkner of East Hyco Road faced these charges after a police pursuit in January of 2020 ended with a crash on East Hyco Road, according to South Boston Police.

Officer B. R. McGuire spotted the 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer near the intersection of Hodges Street and John Randolph Boulevard driving in a reckless manner and attempted to initiate a traffic stop.

The vehicle continued on John Randolph Boulevard and disregarded the signal to stop, police reported.

The vehicle continued west onto Bill Tuck Highway and went through the parking lot of Riverdale Plaza before proceeding south onto Huell Matthews Highway.

The driver of the vehicle then turned left onto East Hyco Road, traveling approximately 2 miles before running into a ditch and disabling his vehicle.

Faulkner was taken into custody and taken before a magistrate.

• Tracey Shanika Chappell of South Boston was sentenced to a year of supervised probation for a felony drug charge of possession of schedule I or II controlled substance after entering into a plea agreement with the Commonwealth.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, Judge White sentenced Chappell to five years in prison but suspended all time conditioned on her good behavior for five years.

Judge White also ordered a year of supervised probation to begin immediately; ordered Chappell to remain free of drugs, alcohol and nonprescription medicine; and ordered the defendant to pay court costs within two years.

• Jason David Godwin of Roxboro, North Carolina was found guilty Jan. 22 after pleading guilty to two felony charges of shoplifting/altering price of merchandise.

The Commonwealth also nol prossed a misdemeanor charge of failure to appear.

Sentencing was continued to a date in the May court term.

• Todd Jefferson Lake was sentenced Jan. 22 to a year of supervised probation upon his release for a felony charge of being a felon in possession of a weapon or ammo.

Judge White sentenced Lake to five years in prison but suspended all but time served conditioned on his good behavior for five years.

She also ordered a year of supervised probation upon his release and ordered him to pay court costs within two years.

• James Sherman Wilson had his case taken under advisement Jan. 22 after entering into a plea agreement with the Commonwealth.

He is facing a felon charge of advance pay, no construction.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, the court found evidence sufficient for a guilty finding but withheld its finding of guilt, taking the case under advisement until a date in the January court term of 2022.

w Katrinda Lavoria Staley of Eutawville, South Carolina was given no jail time Jan. 22 for a felony charge of entering a house to commit assault and battery, etc, a misdemeanor charge of petit larceny and a misdemeanor charge of destruction of property with intent after entering to a plea agreement with the Commonwealth.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, Judge White sentenced Staley to 36 months in prison, but suspended all time conditioned on her good behavior for 12 months.

Judge White also ordered Staley pay restitution of $220.

• Stephanie Michelle Snead of Halifax was sentenced Jan. 22 to 12 months in prison for a felony charge of violating probation.

Judge White revoked Snead’s previous sentence but re-suspended all but 12 months.

Judge White also referred Snead to drug court; and ordered Snead to pay court costs in two years.

• Albert Benjamin Owen III of Nathalie was found guilty Jan. 22 after pleading not guilty to a felony charge of not reporting an accident and a misdemeanor charge of driving while intoxicated.

Sentencing was continued to a date in the April court term.

• Quincy Eugene Moore of South Boston was sentenced Jan. 22 to two years of supervised probation for a felony charge of possession of schedule I or II controlled substance, a misdemeanor charge of fleeing from law enforcement and a misdemeanor charge of driving while intoxicated, after entering into a plea agreement with the Commonwealth.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, Judge White sentenced Moore to 10 years and 36 months in prison, but suspended all but time conditioned on his good behavior for 10 years.

Judge White also ordered two years of supervised probation; ordered a $500 fine; suspended Moore’s driver’s license for 12 months; ordered the defendant to complete VASAP; and ordered the defendant to pay court costs within five years.

The court also nol prossed a charge of refusing a blood/breathalyzer test.