Henrico Police make second arrest in homicide investigation

Henrico Police have arrested a second man in connection with the shooting death of a juvenile April 11.

Police arrested 20-year-old James Edwin McLaughlin III, age 20, of Chesterfield and charged him with first-degree murder, shooting from a vehicle and use of a firearm in commission of a felony.
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State trooper shot in Henrico cul-de-sac

SEPT. 20, 11:30 A.M. – A North Carolina woman who Virginia State Police say shot a state trooper in Henrico last night has been charged with attempted capital murder of a police officer and the use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.

The woman, Karisa Shyanne Daniels, 23, of Durham, N.C., allegedly fired at Senior Trooper C. A. Putnam on Lakeway Court, a Henrico cul-de-sac near September Drive shortly before midnight, following a chase.
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Henrico Police seek robbery suspect

Henrico Police are seeking a man who robber a bank on Staples Mill Road Sept. 5.

At approximately 12:35 p.m. that day, Henrico Police responded to the Wells Fargo Bank in the 10100 block of Staples Mill Road for reports of a robbery. The suspect, a black male between 40 and 50 years old, had entered the bank, approached the victim and presented a note.
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Police seek two women on grand larceny, other charges

Henrico Police are seeking information about the location of two women wanted for grand larceny, forgery/uttering and obtaining money under false pretenses. Stephanie Lynn Boothe and Aimee Denise Ames are wanted in connection with several incidents in July during which they presented counterfeit checks and/or pay stubs at Cash Advance locations in Eastern Henrico County. Boothe and Ames were last known to reside in Henrico County; however, they have ties to Rockville, Va., and Petersburg.
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Henrico man pleads guilty to production of child pornography

Robert Daniel Rice, 28, of Henrico County pled guilty in Henrico County Circuit Court July 30 to three counts of production of child pornography and one count of aggravated sexual battery and was sentenced to 50 years in prison with 25 years suspended. He was sentenced by Henrico County Circuit Court Judge Lee A. Harris, Jr.

Through an undercover investigation, a Richmond Police Department officer assigned to the Southern Virginia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force found the defendant trading child pornography over peer-to-peer networks on the Internet.
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Police seek Henrico man’s killer

A Henrico man is the county's latest homicide victim, and Henrico Police are seeking information abut his killer or killers.

This morning at approximately 1:10 a.m., family members called Henrico Communications to report finding 28-year-old Knighton Timothy Hill, Jr. suffering from a gunshot wound in the yard of a residence in the 3000 block of Broadgate Drive. Henrico Police and Fire responded and pronounced Hill, who resided on Broadgate Drive, dead at the scene.
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Virginia woman stopped at RIC with loaded gun

A Virginia woman was stopped by TSA officers at Richmond International Airport on July 18 at 7 a.m. after the officer who was staffing the checkpoint X-ray machine detected a loaded gun in the woman’s carry-on bag. The incident marks the second time this year that TSA detected a gun in a passenger’s carry-on at the RIC checkpoint.

TSA contacted the Richmond International Airport Police Department who responded and confiscated the .38 caliber handgun, loaded with 6 rounds. The woman, who was originally ticketed to fly to Philadelphia was arrested on a state charge. There was no impact to airport operations.
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Police seek suspect in ABC thefts

Henrico Police are seeking a man who is believed to have stolen items from the ABC store in the 4000 block of Glenside Drive on as many as five separate occasions during the past six months. The suspect is described as a white male, 35-45 years old, 6 feet tall and 200 pounds, with brown hair and a goatee.
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Texas man stopped at RIC with loaded gun

A Texas man was stopped by TSA officers at Richmond International Airport May 24 after the officer who was staffing the checkpoint X-ray machine spotted a loaded gun in the man’s carry-on bag.

TSA contacted the Richmond International Airport Police Department who responded, confiscated the .32 caliber handgun, loaded with 5 rounds, and cited the man on a state weapons charge. The passenger indicated that he forgot the firearm was in his bag. There was no impact to airport operations.
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Bank robbery suspect sought

Henrico County Police is seeking the public's assistance in identifying and locating a suspect in a bank robbery this morning in the Willow Lawn area.

At approximately 9 a.m., a man described as a black male, 20-35 years old, 5 foot 8, wearing a blue hooded sweat shirt and sunglasses, entered the Suntrust Bank located in the 1600 block of Willow Lawn Drive and passed a note to the teller demanding money.
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Fragrance thief sought

On three separate occasions in April and May of 2013, several hundred dollars’ worth of men’s and women’s fragrances were stolen from a beauty salon store in the 9900 block of Brook Road. In the surveillance photos shown, the suspect can be seen on two separate occasions.

The suspect is described as a black female, possibly in her 40s, approximately 6 feet feet tall, weighing approximately 180 pounds. She may be operating a light colored Mercury Sedan.
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Suspect(s) sought in larceny of checks

Henrico Police are seeking a suspect or suspects in connection with a case of stolen checks.

Sometime between April 5-6, numerous checks that had been deposited in drop boxes at several apartment complexes in the 9300-9500 block of West Broad Street and the 400 block of North Airport Drive were stolen. The checks were written as payment for rent. Two people (possibly males) of interest in these thefts are pictured above (at right), while the image to the left shows a possible third male subject of interest.
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Police find body in Sandston hotel

Henrico Police found a 32-year-old man dead from a gunshot wound at the Legacy Inn in the 5200 block of Airport Square Lane in Sandston May 9 at 1:10 a.m. The man was identified Friday as Thomas Randall of Roanoke.

Detectives are following up on leads as they continue their investigation. Police have not released information about suspects.
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Robbery suspects sought

Henrico Police are seeking two men who approached a woman at a Bank of America ATM and demanded money from her during an early morning robbery March 23.

At about 12:05 a.m. that day, the woman was depositing money to the ATM in the 8000 block of Villa Park Drive in northern Henrico when the two suspects approached her, demanding money. One displayed a handgun. The victim threw her deposit and drove off, unharmed. The armed suspect picked up the cash, and both suspects fled on foot.
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Police charge two in string of auto break-ins

Thomas Newby (left) and Cody Haun
Henrico police have arrested and charged two men with multiple counts or larceny and vandalism to vehicles in connection with larcenies from automobiles in western Henrico in recent weeks.

Police arreted 32-year-old Thomas Brian Newby of the 5200 block of Whetstone Road in Richmond and charged him with eight counts of larceny and seven counts of vandalism to a vehicle. Twenty-three year-old Cody Sebastian Haun of the 11000 block of Merganser Terrace in Chesterfield was arrested and charged with five counts of larceny and five counts of vandalism to a vehicle.
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