Pair accused in NK daytime home burglaries indicted
A New Kent Circuit Court grand jury has indicted 16 people on at least one felony charge each, including a Henrico County pair accused in a recent string of daytime home burglaries in the county.
A joint investigation by authorities in New Kent, Goochland, Henrico, and Hanover counties led to the arrest of Laura Anne Yonon, 22, and Derrick Brandon Graham, 27, both of 2320 Kenwood Avenue, in connection with a rash of burglaries occurring since July in the four localities, including three in New Kent.
On Monday, a New Kent grand jury indicted the pair on three counts each of burglary and grand larceny stemming from Aug. 24 break-ins at houses owned by William Christian and Carl W. Layne and a Sept. 3 break-in at a house owned by Thomas P. Bolt. The alleged thieves targeted jewelry, cash, and checks at the locations.
Both Yonon and Graham are being held without bond in Pamunkey Regional Jail. They face other charges in connection with five burglaries in other jurisdictions, and authorities say more charges could be pending.
Also on Monday, the grand jury indicted:
–Terence Lee Tarrer, 43, of 11351 Brickshire Lane, Providence Forge, on three counts each of forgery and uttering. The charges stem from last November and involve a lease application and agreement along with three checks.
–Timothy Shawn Ragland, 50, of 13956 James Drive, Lanexa, on one count each of driving under the influence (third offense in the past 10 years) and felony driving on a revoked license on June 15.
–Heraclio Santos Agustin, 41, of 1415 Tifton Court, Richmond, on one count of aggravated sexual battery involving a child under age 13.
–Andrea Lynn Taylor-Ralston, 44, of 415 Sandston Avenue, Sandston, on one count of obtaining a prescription drug under false pretenses. She allegedly obtained Ambien from a Rite Aid pharmacy between May 24 and July 7.
–James Lamont Tyler, 28, of 8806 Cumberland Road, New Kent, on two counts of cocaine distribution stemming from April 1 and 13.
–Ronnie Gasparac, 50, of 3915 Moore’s Lane, Lanexa, on one count of felony destruction of property. He allegedly damaged the air-conditioning system at Liberty Baptist Church on May 12.
–Corey Wendell Brown, 27, of 123 Apple Avenue, Hampton, on one count of cocaine distribution stemming from May 1.
–Kevin Lee Barton, 41, of 502 Huntsman Road, Sandston, on one count of forgery. On March 18, he allegedly signed the name of Patricia Mattox on a check for $2,800.
–Pamela Yvette Canty, 43, of 13 Langston Boulevard, Hampton, on two counts of child endangerment stemming from July 2.
–Jonathan Mondale Crump, 38, of 6821 Courthouse Road, Providence Forge, on one count of felony third offense petty larceny stemming from merchandise allegedly taken from a Rite Aid pharmacy.
–Ladamien Dion Dickens, 31, of 128 Jacob Street, Jackson, N.C., on one count of grand larceny stemming from a 2004 Pace tandem axle box trailer allegedly stolen Aug. 7 from Wood’s Body Shop.
–Clayton Douglas Musselman, 22, of 7249 Airport Road, Quinton, on two counts each of possession of a controlled substance and misdemeanor narcotics theft. The charges stem from the alleged theft last May 3 and 12 of narcotics from New Kent Fire/Rescue Station 2 in Quinton. Also, Musselman was indicted on one count each of burglary and grand larceny stemming from a June 14-15 incident in which electronics were allegedly stolen from the home of Shane Matthews.
–Ljiljana Djukanovic, 20, of 8505 Ridge Road, Richmond, on one count of burglary. The charge stems from an alleged June 15 break-in at the home of Shane Matthews.
–Jason Christopher Hicks, 28, of 14408 Winding Grove Road, Lanexa, on two counts of grand larceny. He allegedly stole a Stihl chain saw from Jonathan Clark on April 26 and an air compressor, carburetor, and electric welder belonging to John Yakshe on April 30.