Courts and Crime for May 23

Stolen prescription drugs

On May 10, Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Deputy C. Koglin began an investigation of a theft from an unidentified residence in Rappahannock County and discovered that prescription medication, including oxycodone and percocet, had been stolen. Subsequently, 27-year-old Lisa Michelle Spencer, of Front Royal, was charged with three felonies: One count of stealing oxycodone and percocet and two counts of possessing a schedule I or II controlled substance with the intent to manufacture or distribute it. According to court documents, Spencer traded the oxycodone pills for car parts. A hearing is scheduled for June 18.

In District Court

Jobe Wood, 51, of Washington, was taken into custody Tuesday morning after he was charged with driving while intoxicated for the third time (a class 6 felony). In Rappahannock County District Court Tuesday morning (May 21), Judge J. Gregory Ashwell certified Wood’s case to go before a grand jury.

Otis Wilford Jordan, 57, of Amissville, was found guilty of DWI, his second such offense in five years. Ashwell sentenced Jordan to 90 days in jail (80 days suspended), suspended his license for three years, ordered him to attend VASAP classes and pay a $500 fine.

Luray resident Donald Scott McQuillan, 31, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of driving with a revoked or suspended license and was sentenced to 90 days in jail (all of it suspended) and 12 months of probation. Ashwell also suspended McQuillan’s license for 90 days and added a $100 fine.

Flint Hill resident Dawn Schimke, 43, was found guilty of one count of DWI, her first offense, and was sentenced to 90 days in jail (all suspended) and had her license suspended for 12 months. Schimke, who pleaded not guilty at her initial hearing, appealed the decision to circuit court.