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Suspect shot by cop during Chesterfield chase charged in second bank robbery

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — The bank robbery suspect wounded by an officer during a chase in Chesterfield County Wednesday afternoon is facing a number of charges, including holding up a second bank back in September.

Officials said officers were dispatched for a report of an armed robbery at the Argent Federal Credit Union at 1901 Walmart Way around 2:30 p.m.

Chesterfield police spokeswoman Elizabeth Caroon said the suspect, 45-year-old Allen E. Piner of the 7900 block of Provincetown Drive in Chesterfield, pulled out a gun and demanded cash before running off with an undisclosed amount of money.

Police gave chase after spotting a vehicle with a driver matching the description of the suspect. That pursuit came to an end about four miles away along the 9400 block of Midlothian Turnpike in a field near Pearson Hyundai.

Video taken outside Pearson Hyundai showed police speeding through the car dealership’s parking lot.

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Suspect shot by cop during Chesterfield chase charged in second …

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — The bank robbery suspect wounded by an officer during a chase in Chesterfield County Wednesday afternoon is facing a number of charges, including holding up a second bank back in September.

Officials said officers were dispatched for a report of an armed robbery at the Argent Federal Credit Union at 1901 Walmart Way around 2:30 p.m.

Chesterfield police spokeswoman Elizabeth Caroon said the suspect, 45-year-old Allen E. Piner of the 7900 block of Provincetown Drive in Chesterfield, pulled out a gun and demanded cash before running off with an undisclosed amount of money.

Police gave chase after spotting a vehicle with a driver matching the description of the suspect. That pursuit came to an end about four miles away along the 9400 block of Midlothian Turnpike in a field near Pearson Hyundai.

Video taken outside Pearson Hyundai showed police speeding through the car dealership’s parking lot.

READ MORE: Chase ran

Read more at: http://wtvr.com/2017/10/12/allen-e-piner-arrested-bank-robbery-suspect-chesterfield/

15 people wanted after ‘mob attack’ at Chesterfield party | WTVR.com

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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — A group of about 15 people are wanted for their roles in a mob-type attack at a Chesterfield house party. Police just released photos of some of the suspects in the August 10 crime.

It was on August 10 that a man arrived at an address on Hamlin Creek Place in Chester to pick up a friend from a party. As he waited for his friend, he was approached by a group of approximately 15 men and women, according to a Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers spokesperson.

“That encounter eventually turned

Read more at: http://wtvr.com/2017/10/09/hamlin-creek-place-assault/

Chesterfield police identify man found in James River

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Chesterfield police identify man found in James River | Chesterfield …

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Man’s body found in James River near Dutch Gap | Chesterfield …

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Chesterfield crime spree prompts police warning

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — Chesterfield Police have issued a warning to neighbors after thieves broke into around 20 unlocked vehicles parked in and around the Michaux Creek subdivision this week.

Items taken from the car include money, computers, jewelry, and even guns. In one instance, police said, an entire car was stolen because someone left their keys inside the unlocked vehicle.

“There is a sense of violation. I’ve had my car broken into before and you do lose a sense of security,” neighbor Greg Brown said.

Another neighbor – who asked not to be identified – noticed her husband’s truck and their garage were broken into Friday morning.

She immediately texted other neighbors with a warning.

“It raised everybody’s awareness level,” neighbor Mark Beck said. “But I am very surprised about that happening here. Need to lock your cars in your driveway.”

In a message posted on the department’s Facebook page, Chesterfield Police offered

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Chesterfield theft victim has warning for others: ‘They’re around. They’re watching’

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — In a busy Chesterfield park, right under the noses of unsuspecting victims, criminals worked fast smashing windows, grabbing purses, cash and other valuables.

Now, as police try to track them down, victims are trying to piece their lives back together.

Jaqueena Hines is among them. She is still trying to grasp how quickly criminals bashed in her window, stole her purse that was hidden under her seat and poured bleach inside the car she just purchased two weeks ago.

While the criminals worked, Hines and her two daughters sat in some nearby football bleachers, cheering on her nephew who was playing in a game at R. Garland Dodd Park at Point of Rocks.

Jaqueena Hines

“I think it’s sad. People have no morals and no consideration for anything. They’re just trying to get what they want then and there,” Hines said, frustrated.

The Chester

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Police arrest barricaded man

County police this weekend arrested a man who barricaded himself inside a residence and brandished a weapon at officers.

At about 11:15 p.m. on Sept. 23, officers were called to a residence in the 7000 block of Velvet Antler Drive to check on the welfare of a community member. Police were able to make contact with an adult male resident, John Michael Loslo III, 49, who was inside the home.

Loslo brandished a firearm at the responding officers. One officer fired at Loslo. Neither the officer nor Loslo sustained injuries as a result of the incident.

Additional police resources, including the SWAT and Negotiations teams, were called to the scene. Loslo surrendered a short time later, at approximately 4:54 a.m. on Sept. 24. He has been charged with brandishing a firearm.

Police continue their investigation into the incident. Anyone with information is asked to contact county police at 748-1251 or

Read more at: http://www.chesterfieldobserver.com/news/2017-09-27/News_Briefs

Bandits break car windows during busy weekend at Chesterfield park

CHESTERFIELD, Va – Chesterfield County Police are investigating a string of daytime break-ins at a busy Chesterfield park over the weekend.  Officials said thieves busted windows to several cars at Harry Daniel Park on Ironbridge Road and stole items.

“The investigation indicates that five vehicles had windows broken out; items were taken from 4 of those vehicles. The window of another vehicle was damaged, but entry to the vehicle was not gained. The incidents occurred at some point between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.,” a Chesterfield Police spokesperson said.

On Saturdays, Harry Daniel Park is packed with families and kids playing youth sports like football, soccer, and softball.

“Saturday was super busy. Saturday all the parking lots were filled up. I think they had three different games going on,” said Natoya Johnson, who regularly rides her bike at the park and was there Saturday.  “You don’t get the sense that this is someplace

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