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Southampton County

22336 Main Street

Courtland, VA  23837

County History:   

Virginia divided into eight shires in 1634 and Southampton county was a portion of Warrosquyoake Shire.  In 1749, everything west of Blackwater River in Isle of Wight county became Southampton county.  

County Population:  18,128

Area Code(s):  434, 757

Jail Website:  

County Sheriff:  J.B. Stutts

Southampton County Sheriff’s Office
22336 Main Street
Courtland, VA 23837
Non-Emergency

Deputy Sheriff:  Unknown

Crime Stats for Franklin:  Franklin’s violent crime rate has been above the national average for ten of the last years. 

Per 1,000 residents, Franklin has 3.06 or 26 officers, which is above Virginia’s average of 2.24

County Clerk:  Unknown:

Inmate Search Instructions:  No information available

Visiting Hours:  No information available

Sending mail to Inmates:  No information available

Sending funds to inmates:  No information available

Working at Southampton County:  

Sex Offender Search:  No information available

Bail and Bail Bondsmen:  No information available

Southampton County Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined 95
Avg Daily Population 108
Name of new facility not applicable
Full time payroll 35
Full time total employees 35
Total salaries and wages not applicable
Other operating expenditures not applicable
Total construction costs not applicable
Equipment, furnishings, etc not applicable
Year of original construction not applicable
Year of major renovation not applicable
Name of new facility SOUTHAMPTON COUNTY JAIL

Address: 22336 MAIN STREET COURTLAND VA 23837


shared Southampton Dispatch's post.2 months ago
2 months ago
PRESS RELEASE
SEPTEMBER 23, 2017 UPDATED
On Sept. 23, 2017 at approximately 11:15am deputies were called to the 4000 Block of Ennisdale Dr. for a residential burglary. Upon deputies arrival two individuals were found deceased. Investigators from the Isle of Wight County Sheriff's Office as well as the Medical Examiners office are currently investigating this as a home invasion and double homicide.
UPDATE 9/24/17 11:00am
Investigators with the Isle of Wight County Sheriff’s Office continue to investigate the home invasion and double homicide that occurred in the 4000 block of Ennisdale Drive in the Rushmere section of Isle of Wight County. Family members became concerned when they had not heard from 80-year-old Nancy Starnes and her son, 58-year-old Kenneth Starnes. Additional family members contacted the Sheriff’s office after going to the home and seeing what appeared to be signs of forced entry into the residence. Uniform patrol deputies responded and upon going further into the home discovered the bodies of both individuals. Both appear to have died as a result of gunshot wounds. The bodies have been transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Norfolk for an autopsy.
Investigators continue to look for two vehicles owned by the Starnes family that were not present at the home during the initial response and cannot be accounted for at this time. These vehicles are identified as:
Virginia License Plate: KFJ-6882, 2010 Ford F150 Truck Gray in color
Virginia License Plate: M4354 (Handi-cap) 2001 Chrysler Van Beige or Gold in color.
The gold or beige Chrysler minivan may have damage to the driver’s side mirror and have been attempted to repair with Duct tape.
Investigators are asking anyone with information into this crime to please call the Isle of Wight/Smithfield/Windsor Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP℠ (). You can also text your tip to the word CRIMES (274637) and then begin the message with the letters IOWCL and then send your anonymous tip to the Crime Line. As always, callers are never asked to give their name or required to testify in court. If a caller’s tip leads to an arrest, the recovery of drugs or stolen property, they could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1000.
3 months ago
HOW TO HELP DISASTER SURVIVORS IN TEXAS

Release date:
August 29, 2017
Release Number:
HQ-17-072
WASHINGTON – The compassion and generosity of the American people is never more evident than during and after a disaster. It is individuals, non-profits, faith- and community-based organizations, private sector partners, and governmental agencies working together that will most effectively and efficiently help survivors cope with the impacts of Tropical Storm Harvey.

Please follow a few important guidelines below to ensure your support can be the most helpful for Tropical Storm Harvey disaster survivors.

TO DONATE TO RELIEF EFFORTS

The most effective way to support disaster survivors in their recovery is to donate money and time to trusted, reputable, voluntary or charitable organizations.

Cash donations offer voluntary agencies and faith-based organizations the most flexibility to address urgently developing needs. With cash in hand, these organizations can obtain needed resources nearer to the disaster location. This inflow of cash also pumps money back into the local economy and helps local businesses recover faster.

Please do not donate unsolicited goods such as used clothing, miscellaneous household items, medicine, or perishable foodstuffs at this time. When used personal items are donated, the helping agencies must redirect their staff away from providing direct services to survivors in order to sort, package, transport, warehouse, and distribute items that may not meet the needs of disaster survivors.

Donate through a trusted organization. At the national level, many voluntary-, faith- and community-based organizations are active in disasters, and are trusted ways to donate to disaster survivors. Individuals, corporations, and volunteers, can learn more about how to help on the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (NVOAD) website.

In addition to the national members, The Texas Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (Texas VOAD) has a list of vetted disaster relief organizations providing services to survivors. Texas VOAD represents more than three dozen faith-based, community, nonprofit and non-governmental organizations.

TO PERSONALLY VOLUNTEER IN THE DISASTER AREAS

The State of Texas is asking volunteers to not self-deploy, as unexpectedly showing up to any of the communities that have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey will create an additional burden for first responders.

The National VOAD has also noted the situation may not be conducive to volunteers entering the impacted zone and individuals may find themselves turned away by law enforcement.

To ensure volunteer safety, as well as the safety of disaster survivors, volunteers should only go into affected areas with a specific volunteer assignment, proper safety gear, and valid identification.

At this time, potential volunteers are asked to register with a voluntary or charitable organization of their choice, many of which are already in Texas and supporting survivors on the ground.

The National and Texas VOAD websites are offering links to those who wish to register to volunteer with community- and faith-based organizations working in the field.

Most importantly, please be patient. Although the need is great, and desire to help strong, it is important to avoid donating material goods or self-deploying to help until communities are safe and public officials and disaster relief organizations have had an opportunity to assess the damage and identify what the specific unmet needs are.

Volunteer generosity helps impacted communities heal from the tragic consequences of disasters, but recovery lasts much longer than today. There will be volunteer needs for many months, and years, after the disaster, so sign up now.

Tropical Storm Harvey is still dangerous, with the potential to impact additional areas of Texas and Louisiana. As the situation changes, needs may also change in these areas. Continue monitoring traditional and social media channels to learn more.



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3 months ago
The Sheriff's Office placed flowers to day at the final resting place of Deputy Christopher D. Ray. Deputy Ray was killed in an automobile accident August 29,2009 responding to a call for service. Chris, you left us too soon. RIP 116
4 months ago
**** PRESS RELEASE ****

COURTLAND,VA – On 7/22/2017 around 6:32 pm, the Southampton County Sheriff’s Office received a call in reference to an attempted armed robbery in the 28000 block of Southampton Parkway. Cpl. E. L. Parsons, while responding to the call, observed an individual matching the description of the suspect and stopped him to investigate. Cpl. Parsons found the individual to be Derick Brashears, 22, Portsmouth. Cpl. Parsons, as part of his investigation located a shirt that had been described by the victim as being used as a mask and a large “bowie” type knife. Brashears admitted to Cpl. Parsons he had gone to the Sunoco to commit a robbery.
Brashears was arrested for Robbery, wearing a mask in public and carrying a concealed weapon. Brashears is in Southampton County Jail with no bond. Arraignment is 7/25/2017 at 1:00pm.
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