Crime Stoppers’ Crime of the Week – June 26, 2017


Richmond detectives need the public’s help to identify the vehicle and suspects in the shooting incident of a 7-year-old boy and an adult male. Can you help Crime Stoppers solve this latest shooting?

The shooting occurred in the 1500 block of North 22nd Street in the Fairmount neighborhood of the city. Officers arrived and found the two victims near a bus stop.
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Neil Burton, the founder of Strangeways Brewing in Henrico, will serve on the 2017-18 Leadership Council of The Virginia Craft Brewers Guild (VCBG). Burton will share the chairmanship of the Marketing & Tourism Committee with Kevin Erskine of Coelacanth Brewing. Other local brewers in leadership positions include Eric McKay of Hardywood Park Craft Brewery (VCBG chair), Hunter Smith of Champion Brewing Company (co-chair of the Government Affairs Committee) and Kate Lee of Hardywood (co-chair of the Quality Committee).
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James River Juvenile Detention Center to graduate its largest class

James River Juvenile Detention Center will celebrate its largest class of high school graduates June 27, as 13 residents receive their high school diploma or GED certificate.

The ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. at the detention center, 3650 Beaumont Road in Powhatan County. The graduates will mark their academic milestone by walking across a stage in a cap and gown before an audience of family members. A reception will follow.
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Milestones

Christian Snowden, of Richmond, recently was named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2011 semester at Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Ga. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or above. Snowden is seeking a bachelor of fine arts degree in architecture.
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Henrico Extension to offer free seminars about reviving lawns Aug. 9-11

The Henrico County Extension Office will continue its free, year-round seminar series Aug. 9-11 with a program on summer lawn care. The seminars are scheduled for 7 to 8:30 p.m. each night at the following locations (each seminar will feature the same program): Tuesday, Aug. 9, Sandston Branch Library, 23 E. Williamsburg Road; Wednesday, Aug. 10, Tuckahoe Area Library, 1901 Starling Drive; and Thursday, Aug. 11, Twin Hickory Area Library, 5001 Twin Hickory Road.
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Virginia to observe ‘School Readiness Month’ in August

In recognition of the Commonwealth’s commitment to early childhood initiatives as the foundation for success in school and in life, Gov. Bob McDonnell has proclaimed August as “School Readiness Month” in Virginia.

Children who are 5 years old by Sept. 30 can start kindergarten this fall. During “School Readiness Month,” parents of all children ages birth to five are reminded that early childhood, or the first five years of life, create the foundation for school readiness.
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James River Air Conditioning and Owner Hugh Joyce recently announced the installation of its Level 2 electric vehicle charger and the delivery of its first all-electric vehicle, the 2011 Nissan Leaf. The Nissan Leaf is used as a corporate vehicle and to establish trends and operational data for deployment of electric vehicles in the larger James River fleet. The Level 2 charger, listed on the nationwide register of publicly available electric car charging stations, will be available to the public when not being used by James River corporate vehicles. Much of the energy used by the GE watt station electric charger is generated by the 10kW solar system installed at the James River Air Conditioning company headquarters, 1905 Westmoreland St. For details, visit http://www.jamesriverair.com.
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Technology police

In today's business environment, many companies struggle to respond when former employees steal or delete information, because they lack computer forensics knowledge.

However, a growing and unique company located in Henrico specializes in computer forensics by aiding businesses in legal matters through the gathering of evidence and the recovery of lost or hidden data.
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Milestones

Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell recently appointed the following local residents to state boards and commissions: Capitol Square Preservation Council – G. William Greer, of Richmond; Center for Rural Virginia – Dr. Keith Miller, President of Virginia State University; E-911 Services Board – Chief Douglas A. Middleton, Chief of Police, Henrico County; State Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board – Dr. Robin Foster, Division Chairman of Pediatric Emergency Services, Virginia Commonwealth University Health System; and Virginia Port Authority Board of Commissioners – Frank E. Laughon, Jr., Chairman Emeritus, Richmond Cold Storage, John N. Pullen – President and Chief Growth Officer, Luck Stone Corporation, and Robert M. Stanton, Chairman, Stanton Partners, Inc.
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Maxwell Preston Chance recently was named senior project manager for the Richmond office of Dewberry, a privately held professional services firm headquartered in Fairfax, Va. In his new role, Chance will manage engineering disciplines in the water and energy infrastructure design practices and assist in business development efforts throughout the firm’s Southeast region. He is a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute and is a registered professional engineer in the state.
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Sandston Youth Association receives new equipment

On June 20, the Sandston Youth Association and the Sandston Babe Ruth Association officially dedicated brand new equipment for their youth baseball facilities. Among the new pieces of equipment are a batting cage, three dozen new baseballs and a multi-speed pitching machine.

Donations to pay for the equipment were made by several sponsors, including the Sandston Memorial Recreation Center, the Sandston Masonic Lodge #216 and the Sandston branch of the C&F Bank. In total, $2,853 in donations were made to the Batting Cage and Equipment Fund Drive founded by Timothy Evans, a local citizen and past chairman of the Sandston Memorial Day Parade in 2009 and 2010.
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‘Belly-button’ surgical training at HDH

In an 85-foot tractor trailer parked at Henrico Doctors Hospital, Richmond- area medical professionals had the opportunity to learn and practice the new “belly-button” surgical method earlier this month.

Inside of this mobile training unit were several workstations where local surgeons trained on this new method that is more aesthetically pleasing and less invasive than previous techniques. With this belly-button procedure, known as single-incision laparoscopy, surgeons can now make one small cut right below a patient’s belly-button instead of multiple small cuts on the abdomen to perform gallbladder and kidney removal, hysterectomies and hernia repairs, in addition to other abdominal procedures.
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Henrico Business Council names new officers

The Henrico Business Council Cabinet of the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce recently announced its new officers for the 2011-2012 term.

Troy Bell of the Capital Region Airport Commission will serve as chair, succeeding immediate past chair John C. Zeheb of Ukrop’s Homestyle Foods, Inc. Jim Wilson of the The Wilson Law Group is chair-elect.
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Milestones

Phil Harvatine, Marcia Swenck and Ratha Ramasamy, members of Toastmasters International Power Lunch Expressions Club No. 1024785, recently earned communication and leadership awards within the last educational program year. Harvatine and Swenck qualified as Competent Communicators; Swenck also achieved Competent Leader recognition. Ramasamy earned the Advanced Communicator Bronze Award. The club also recently achieved Select Distinguished Club status for Toastmasters International calendar year ending June 30. This is the second highest honor bestowed to clubs by the national office and is the highest achievement by Power Lunch Expressions since its charter in April 2007. Newly installed officers include: President – Phil Harvatine, AECOM; VP Education – Marcia Swenk, Coventry Health Care; VP Membership – John Goldhamer, AECOM;
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Henrico wins 22 national awards for programs

Henrico County recently received 22 Achievement awards from the National Association of Counties (NACo), more than any Virginia county and sixth-most nationally. The awards were announced at the 2011 NACo annual conference, held July 15-19 in Portland, Ore.

The NACo Achievement Award Program recognizes groundbreaking county government programs annually in a broad range of service areas, including education, administration, parks and recreation, health and human services.

Henrico now has led Virginia counties in NACo Achievement awards for six straight years. The county trailed only major metropolitan areas such as Los Angeles, San Diego and Miami Dade counties in the 2011 competition. Henrico programs have received 171 NACo awards since 2000.
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