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Police seek new person of interest in Food Lion shooting

UPDATE: JUL. 16, 5:02 P.M. – Henrico Police are seeking a new person of interest in connection with the shooting of a security guard at a Food Lion store in northern Henrico earlier this week. Police released a surveillance image of a black male (pictured) who was in the store and said that they want to contact him.

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.

Police promote 5

Five Henrico Police officials recently were promoted to new positions, effective July 13.

Major Fred E. Bolling was appointed to the rank of lieutenant colonel and will command the Criminal Investigations and Special Services Bureau.

Major James B. Fitzgerald was appointed to the rank of lieutenant colonel and will command the Patrol and Animal Protection Bureau.

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.

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.

7 Police officials with 223 total years of service retire


Seven high-ranking Henrico Police officials are retiring today, concluding careers that total 223 years of service to the division.

The seven are Major Steve Alloway (36 years), Captain Denny Williams (33 years), Lieutenant Steve Sparagna (32 years), Lieutenant Mark Thompson (29 years), Sergeant Kenny Ragland (20 years), Detective Gary Conner (35 years) and Corporal Mike Lewis (38 years).

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.

2013 Henrico Police Memorial

Kim Maham and Barry Maham Jr., (pictured with a painting of their late father, Office Barry Maham Sr.) were among those in attendance at the 2013 Henrico Police Memorial service May 17 at the Henrico Public Safety Training Center.

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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