Quinton man indicted for allegedly assaulting four New Kent deputies
A convicted felon who was allegedly seen carrying a firearm and allegedly attacked four law enforcement officers has been indicted by a New Kent grand jury.
Da’At Sagoyewatha Olam, a.k.a. David Wingfield Williams, 58, of the 5100 block of New Kent Highway, Quinton, received indictments on four counts of felony assault on a law enforcement officer, and one count each of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and misdemeanor brandishing a firearm as part of Monday morning proceedings in New Kent Circuit Court. According to the police report, the incident took place near Sun’s Café in Quinton on June 15 after concerned individuals noticed a person carrying a firearm in a dangerous manner down the road.
In other indictments certified by the grand jury:
–Katherine Ann Baldwin, 43, of the 200 block of W. McClellan Street, Sandston, one a lone charge of embezzlement. The defendant allegedly stole money from 7-Eleven while she was employed there on Dec. 15, 2021.
–Kevin Alonza Braxton Jr., 32, of the 8600 block of Church Lane, Charles City, on a single count of carrying a concealed weapon (second offense). Braxton allegedly committed the offense on Mar. 22.
–Regina Jackson Brown, 38, of the 4000 block of N. Courthouse Road, Providence Forge, on one count each of possession of a Schedule I/II drug and driving while intoxicated (third offense within five years). Brown allegedly operated a vehicle in an inebriated state on Feb. 17, and also was discovered to have Fentanyl in her possession on Mar. 31.
–Shawn A. Cameron, 37, of the 300 block of Allen Avenue, Hopewell, on one count each of malicious wounding, misdemeanor simple assault, and misdemeanor trespassing. Cameron allegedly went onto the victim’s property without permission and injured them on Sept. 18.
–Michael Lee Cooke, 69, of the 100 block of Ashby Road, Mattaponi, on a lone charge of credit card larceny. The defendant allegedly committed the offense on Sept. 7.
–Derrick Devonte Dillard, 26, of the 7900 block of Simons Drive, Norfolk, on a single count of possession of a weapon by a violent convicted felon. The offense allegedly took place on Aug. 13.
–Garrido Fredy Flores, 20, of the 6800 block of N. Strathmore Road, Richmond, on one count each of felony eluding of police, felony child neglect, and misdemeanor reckless driving. The defendant allegedly drove at a high rate of speed with a juvenile in their vehicle while trying to avoid the police on June 5.
–Kevyn Tyree Hurst, 28, of the 3900 block of Palomino Drive, Newport News, on one count each of felony eluding of police and misdemeanor having improper brakes. The defendant allegedly committed the offenses while driving on Interstate 64 on Aug. 12.
–Dennis Fernando Molina, 41, of the 5800 block of S. 5th Street, Arlington, on one charge each of uttering, forgery, and misdemeanor identification theft (second offense). The offenses allegedly took place on July 10.
–Heather Marie Payne, 38, of the 8600 block of Old Plank Road, Fredericksburg, on one count each of being a fugitive from the law, possession of a gun by a nonviolent felon, and misdemeanor providing a false identification to a law enforcement officer. Payne allegedly has been a fugitive from the law since Aug. 19, 2019, and was later arrested on charges on July 29 of this year.
–Angela Marie Prater, 41, of the 3000 block of West Grace Street, Richmond, on a single count of possession of a Schedule I/II drug. Prater allegedly was in possession of heroin on Oct. 4.
–Gregory Allen Pritt, 35, of the 12000 block of Mayfield Drive, Saluda, on a solo charge of felony hit and run. The offense allegedly took place on July 19.