DANVILLE — As of 2016, more than 450,000 children have been reported missing throughout the United States. In Indiana, there are currently more than 900 children who have been reported missing and who have yet to be found.
According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, a child ID kit is one of the most important tools that law enforcement can have at its disposal in case of an emergency along with an up-to-date photo of good quality.
This past Tuesday afternoon, members of the Calvary Chapel of Danville went to Sheriff Brett Clark’s office to donate 500 child ID kits.
“They reached out to use this fall wanting to make a donation that might help children and families in our community,” Capt. Amanda Goings said. “These kits can be given to parents and families at community events to record vital information and DNA samples from their children.”
The kits are then
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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — Chesterfield County Crime Solvers needs your help finding the man who they say stole money intended for a charitable donation at a North Chesterfield Walmart.
On Saturday, Oct. 21, around 1:30 p.m., a man walked into the Walmart at 5700 Hopkins Road. Surveillance cameras captured images of him as he walked straight to a table in the center of the store.
Police said on that table was a jar containing cash donations intended for the Children’s Hospital of Richmond. He took the jar off the table, walked from the store and got into a burgundy or maroon sedan.
The suspect is described as a black male who appears to be in his 20’s. He has facial hair on his chin, and wore brown boots, blue denim jeans, a dark-colored, three-quarter-length coat and a tan hat.
If you can help identify this man, or have information about any unsolved crime in,
Read more at: http://wric.com/2017/11/27/police-man-steals-donation-jar-for-childrens-hospital-at-chesterfield-walmart/
Court documents show Christopher Gattis has had past run-ins with police. In 2010, he was charged with public intoxication, but the charge was waived. Then in 2012, he was charged with assault and battery.
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The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help in identifying the individuals and suspect pictured.
The Chick-fil-A restaurant located at 45150 First Colony Way, California, Maryland was collecting donations in a large water jug to help the employees of a Texas Chick-fil-A damaged by Hurricane Harvey.
On Wednesday, September 6, 2017 between 5:36PM and 5:54PM, the pictured subjects were interacting together inside of the Chick-Fil-A located in California, Maryland. As 4 of the 5 subjects exited the business, the SUSPECT wearing, what appears to be a stripped hooded sweatshirt and glasses, grabbed the donation jar and fled the business. The subjects were last seen leaving the parking lot; one of the vehicles being a light colored SUV possibly a Toyota Rav 4.
Anyone with information about the identity of the suspect, any of the other subjects, or about this crime in general
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LEONARDTOWN, Md. (Sept. 25, 2017)— The Chick-fil-A restaurant located at 45150 First Colony Way in California was collecting donations in a large water jug to help the employees of a Texas Chick-fil-A damaged by Hurricane Harvey. As of Wednesday, September 6, those donations are gone.
Between 5:36 p.m. and 5:54 p.m., the pictured individuals were interacting among themselves inside of the restaurant. As 4 of the 5 people exited the business, the suspect, wearing what appears to be a stripped hooded sweatshirt and glasses, grabbed the donation jar and fled the business. The group was last seen leaving the parking lot; one of the vehicles being a light colored SUV, possibly a Toyota Rav 4.
Anyone with information about the identity of the suspect, any of the other subjects, or about this crime in general is asked to call DFC S. Terpak at 301-475-4200 ext. *8051 or by email at
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