Lieutenant M.M. Wilson

Lieutenant Wilson is a graduate of King and Queen Central High School and a college graduate of Virginia Wesleyan College. He started working at the King & Queen County Sheriff's Office in 2014 as an Intern. He then worked his way to a Part-time Dispatcher before becoming a Sheriff's Deputy.

In March of 2018, he was promoted to Criminal Investigator. He has continued his training in Criminal Investigations by attending specialized classes. 

In June of 2019, Lieutenant Wilson graduated from the Virginia Forensic Science Academy. 

​Lieutenant Wilson can be reached at (804) 785-5495 or by clicking his email address below. 

Criminal & Narcotics Investigations

Investigator P. Cusick

Phillip Cusick is a native of Virginia and grew up in the Northern Neck. Upon graduating high school Phillip joined the US Navy and became a Search and Rescue Swimmer and Deep Sea Diver. He was honorably discharged after nine years of service and, on a whim, moved to the mountains of Colorado. While in Colorado, Phillip began his law enforcement career, having a deep passion for high-tech and sexual assault crimes.

In 2017 were he was hired by the Westmoreland County Sheriff's Office and attended the Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy. He was quickly promoted to Detective and took over violent domestic and sexual assault crimes as well as being the primary investigator for financial crimes. While at Westmoreland County, Phillip also created and implemented the small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (sUAV) Program and had several successful missions he has been credited for.

Investigator Cusick can be reached at (804) 785-7400.

Investigator B.S. Burr

Investigator Burr is a US Navy veteran. He has previously served with the Virginia Beach Police Department in their Animal Control Division. Burr was also a Motor Carrier Compliance Agent with Virginia DMV just prior to coming to King and Queen County Sheriff’s Office. Burr is looking forward to continuing his service to King and Queen County in his new position. Burr has been with the King and Queen County Sheriff’s Office since 2017. He started as a Part-time Animal Control Officer. During Burr’s first year of service with the Sheriff’s Office, Burr was voted as Rookie of the Year. Burr progressed from the Part-time ACO position to a Full-time Deputy after graduating from the Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy in 2018.

Burr has attended numerous trainings including; Animal Cruelty and Fighting Investigations, Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy – Basic, Court Security, Civil Process, Cognitive Interviewing, School Resource Officer, Crime Scene Management, Field Techniques, General Instructor, Field Training Officer, LIDAR, Radar instructor and Commercial Motor Vehicle inspector.

Investigator Burr can be reached at (804) 785-7400 or by clicking email link below.

242 Allen's Circle
P.O. Box 38
​ King and Queen Courthouse, VA 23085
 Phone: (804) 785-7400
​   Fax: (804) 785-5489
​  All Emergencies Dial: 9-1-1

​​​ King and Queen County Sheriff's Office

Sheriff William R. Balderson