Lamont Lendell Bagley, no residence given, was sentenced to serve one year and seven months on two felony probation violations.

The active sentence is accompanied by two additional years suspended based on conditions of good behavior and two years of supervised probation. 

Court record show that Bagley was sentenced in 2009 on felony possession of a controlled substance and felony marijuana possession with intent to distribute charges. Since that time, records show that Bagley had been convicted of violating probation twice, in 2012 and 2016.


Daniel Gordon Hedrick, of Harrisonburg, was sentenced to serve nine months total on seven felony probation violations.

In addition to the time given for incarceration, Hedrick had 12.3 months of a prior suspended sentence resuspended. He must also adhere to conditions of good behavior and two years of supervised probation. 

Court records show that in 2002, Hedrick was convicted on several felony breaking and entering and grand larceny charges at Freedom Word Church, Shadowwood Greenhouse, Able Tire Company and DC’s Minimart.  

Records also show prior probation violations in 2016 and 2019. 


Christopher Jairus Henderson, of Appomattox, received a six-month sentence on a felony probation violation.

Along with the incarceration period, Henderson also was convicted of two felony failure to appear charges, one misdemeanor failure to appear charge, an additional felony probation violation and a misdemeanor probation violation. The total suspended sentence on all charges equals eight years. 

Good behavior and two years of supervised probation are conditions of the suspended portion.

Court records show that Henderson was convicted of assault and battery, unlawful wounding and destruction of property in 2011 along with probation violations in 2015 and 2019.

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