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Within 62 days of becoming Richmond’s new police chief, Col. Alfred Durham has lead walking tours of neighborhoods, popped up at major crime scenes and headlined 18 community events.
Hopewell police responded to call for an incident involving a shooting into an occupied apartment in the 100 block of Ruth Harris Street early Sunday morning at approximately 12:30 a.m.
A missionary who interacted with Alexander Hill said he was staying in a homeless shelter under an assumed name since undergoing hernia surgery.
An anonymous call about a dead man led to a seven-year prison term Friday for a Mechanicsville resident who purchased his roommate heroin and pizza.
Alexander Hill Jr., the man sought for more than a year in the 2014 Easter Weekend slayings of four members of a Petersburg family, was captured today in Buffalo, N.Y.
Chesterfield County police are searching for three suspects in a double-shooting last night.
A judge sentenced Matthew K. Gorski to 111 years in prison but suspended all but 10 years after apparently heeding arguments by the defense that a prison term above sentencing guidelines would be punishing Gorski for being mentally ill.
An alleged major cigarette trafficker was doing $2 million to $7 million a month in sales from his small business in Henrico County, an IRS agent testified Wednesday.
Shots were fired after four masked men entered the Valero Food Mart gas station and convenience store at 1740 Boydton Plank Road, Petersburg police spokeswoman Esther Hyatt said.
Four men are on the run after robbing a Shell gas station in Midlothian early this morning while wearing ski masks, according to Chesterfield County police.
Jay Q. Wood Sr. dealt $25 hits of heroin in the vacant weed-filled lot behind the Mosby Express Market & Deli near the city’s Mosby Court Public Housing complex. On June 24 last year, Richmond police discovered Wood’s body a short distance from his outdoor lair, shot to death.
A young Petersburg mother charged with killing her newborn baby is alleged to have placed the infant’s body in a trash bag and left it in her bedroom, the defendant’s lawyer said.
When you visit your probation office, it's best to leave narcotics and firearms at home and not under the seat of the car you drive there.
Henrico County police are searching for a person suspected of shooting a 20-year-old pedestrian in the arm Tuesday morning.
One of the victims in a series of high-dollar armed robberies of area "cigarette distributors" has been charged with cigarette smuggling-related crimes.
It’s official: Petersburg police have obtained four first-degree murder warrants against fugitive Alexander R. Hill Jr., one year after he was unofficially implicated in the 2014 Easter weekend slayings of four Petersburg family members.
An eight-month investigation has resulted in the arrests of 15 people for their alleged roles in fraudulently obtaining, selling and using oxycodone pills valued at $625,000.
A week after a fatal collision on Grove Avenue, about 70 mourners gathered to remember former U.S. State Department negotiator and historian Elizabeth Brown Pryor, who had adopted Richmond as her home after retirement.
Rolan Angaroo, 29, of the 600 block of East Brookland Park Boulevard was shot to death outside his home early Sunday.
One person was shot in the back, two were shot in the leg and the fourth had been grazed by a bullet, said Richmond police Lt. Faith Flippo.
A 24-year-old Chesterfield County man was shot in the foot during an attempted robbery on Saturday morning.
Prosecutors said Robert Stevens Gentil told police that he thought he was in an airplane and was trying to take off before he hit the car of Richmond historian Elizabeth Brown Pryor.
A Glen Allen man pleaded guilty to firearms charges in federal court Thursday, the fourth person to be convicted in a series of robberies of area cigarette distributors.
A retired Westmoreland County deputy sheriff was in federal court Thursday for allegedly selling firearms seized in criminal cases that he was supposed to be destroying.
Chong Kyu Han, owner of 88 Garden Restaurant, died from a bullet to his chest Aug. 9 last year, reaching for the $40 he carried in his pocket.