Crime Stoppers’ Crime of the Week: Oct. 16, 2017


This week, Metro Richmond Crime Stoppers is asking for the public to assist the Richmond Police Department in the identification of wayward artists that were using buildings as their canvas.

In the early morning hours of Sept. 14, four people were recorded on security cameras vandalizing multiple properties in the area of the 2500 blocks of West Main Street and Floyd Avenue. The suspects (pictured) were walking north on Robinson Street and spray painting the properties as they meandered along.
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Cat that attacked Varina homeowner tests positive for rabies


OCT. 11, 11:15 A.M. – A cat that attacked a Varina resisdent Oct. 9 has tested positive for rabies, Henrico Police officials confirmed today. It is the county's fourth confirmed rabies case this year.

While the homeowner was entering the home in the 9000 block of Battlefield Park Road, a stray cat tried to run inside. When the homeowner attempted to scare the cat off the porch, the cat bit the homeowner on the hand and ran inside.
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Henrico firefighters control blaze at Fareva plant


OCT. 9, 11:25 A.M. – Henrico firefighters extinguished an early-morning fire at the Fareva manufacturing facility on Darbytown Road in Varina today. None of the 25 employees in the facility at the time were injured.

Firefighters were called to the site, in the 2300 block of Darbytown Road, at about 4:20 a.m.
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Rabies case reported in Henrico

A raccoon that may have scratched a dog in the West End last week has tested positive for rabies. The dog's owners noticed a scratch on the animal Oct. 24, and the remains of the raccoon were located that same day in the 10000 block of Idlebrook Drive, just off Ridgefield Parkway near Gaskins Road. The raccoon was submitted to the state lab for testing, which came back positive Oct. 28.

The dog exposed to the raccoon had a current rabies vaccination and will be quarantined for 45 days. There were no other animal or human exposures reported.
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Fire officials to promote 24

The Henrico Division of Fire will promote 23 firefighters and one of its civilian staff members tonight during a ceremony at Hermitage High School at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium.

The scheduled promotions include two district chief officers (Kevin P. Bartal and David L. Nuckols); six battalion chief officers (Christopher H. Buehren, Eugene Gerald, George W. Lane, Alec W. Oughton, Douglas E. Reynolds, Gary W. Samuels); seven captains (Vernon L. Crumpler, Taylor C. Goodman, W. Joseph Green, Gregory A. Nuckols, Kenneth Ray Stone, William R. Tucker, John E. Walls) and eight lieutenants (Agee F. Bryant, William N. Cheeley, James R. Heller, Gregory T. McKee, Robert C. Owens, G. Robert Rowley, Patrick M. Sheehan, Zachary J. Zellner).
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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.
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Arrest made in connection to Devers Road fire

Henrico County Fire Marshals have arrested and charged Andre Poulin with setting fire to an occupied dwelling.

Poulin, 22, is accused of setting fire to the second floor bedroom at 1321 Devers Road on April 12. No motive was released.
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Henrico Police wins state, national awards

The Henrico County Division of Police recently won first place for the seventh consecutive year in the 2011 Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police Law Enforcement Challenge Awards as the agency with the best traffic safety programs in its size statewide.

Henrico’s division included agencies with 451 to 700 officers. The division also won first place in the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s national competition among agencies with 501 to 1,000 officers – the first time it had won at the national level.
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Police Charge Man in Bank Robbery Case

Henrico Police yesterday arrested and charged 26-year-old Joshua P. Dunkelberger with robbery in connection with an incident on Monday at the BB&T Bank at 11704 West Broad Street.
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Crime Stoppers’ Crime of the Week

Crime Stoppers needs your help to identify the two men captured on surveillance footage robbing a Richmond Convenience Store. Last Sunday around 7:45 p.m., two armed masked men entered the Town Market at 250 E. Ladies Mile Road and robbed the clerk of money and cigarettes.
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Crime Stoppers’ Crime of the Week: Nov. 4-17, 2010 Issue

Your Metro Richmond Crime Stoppers Program needs your help to identify several suspects in a series of commercial robberies that have occurred in the City of Richmond.
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