A Virgilina woman was sentenced Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court to a year and 12 months in jail for drug and gun charges.

Rachael Jean Davis faced two felony charges of possession of schedule I or II controlled substance, a felony probation violation charge and a misdemeanor charge each of carrying a concealed weapon and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Judge Kimberley S. White sentenced Davis to 39 years and 34 months in jail, but suspended all but a year and 12 months conditioned on her good behavior for 20 years.

White also ordered three years of supervised probation upon her release, and she extended her supervised probation for the probation violation charge by three years.

Davis also was ordered to remain free of drugs, marijuana and non-prescribed medicine and to submit to random screenings.

She also was ordered to pay court costs within five years.

w Jordan Gage Wagstaff of Halifax pleaded nolo contendere Thursday to a felony drug charge of possession of a schedule I or II controlled substance.

Court documents indicate the courts had sufficient evidence, but withheld its findings in this deferred disposition case.

Wagstaff also had additional felony drug charge of possession of a schedule I or II controlled substance nol prossed.

Judge White ordered 12 months of good behavior and ordered Wagstaff to remain free of alcohol, drugs, marijuana and non-prescribed medicine and to submit to random screenings.

Wagstaff also was ordered to maintain employment and to complete 100 hours of community service.

• Kadeem Lamar Washington of Danville was found guilty Thursday to a felony drug charge of possession of schedule I or II controlled substance.

The courts also chose to take a misdemeanor charge of driving with a revoked or suspended license under advisement as part of a deferred disposition case.

Court documents indicate the courts had sufficient evidence, but withheld its findings.

Judge White ordered Washington to be of good behavior and ordered the defendant to seek and maintain employment or education.

Washington also was ordered to remain free of drugs, marijuana and non-prescribed medicine and to submit to random screenings.

He is due back in court on April 22, 2022.

• Paxton Lamont Crawley of Danville had his case taken under advisement Thursday after pleading guilty.

Court documents indicate the courts had sufficient evidence, but withheld its findings.

Crawley faces two felony charges of making a false statement on a criminal history consent form.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, Judge White ordered Crawley to be of good behavior and ordered him to not purchase, possess or transfer a firearm.

Court documents also say if he complies, his charges will be reduced to a misdemeanor.

• Davey Gene Comer of South Boston was found guilty Thursday to two felony drug charges of possession of schedule I or II controlled substance.

One of those charges had been part of a deferred disposition case.

Sentencing was continued until July 29.

• Aaron Michael Baker of Alton was found guilty Thursday to a felony charge of violating probation and a felony drug charge of possession of schedule I or II controlled substance.

He also had a felony charge of unauthorized use of a vehicle removed from the docket after paying in full. He also had a misdemeanor charge of failure to appear dismissed.

Sentencing for the drug charge and probation charge was continued until July 29.

• Trevor Ryan Hutchins of Nathalie was found guilty Thursday for a felony charge of not reporting an accident and a misdemeanor charge each of driving while intoxicated, public swearing/intoxication and assault and battery.

Hutchins originally faced a felony charge of assault of a law enforcement officer but that charge was reduced to a misdemeanor.

Sentencing was continued to Aug. 12.