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Police: Chesterfield gunman failed to rob store, so he stole clerk’s purse


CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — One of two men believed to be involved in the robbery of a Chesterfield businesses Sunday night was arrested and charged with the crime.

While one man waited outside, another man entered the La Miguelena Store, at 6701 Jefferson Davis Highway, pulled out a gun, and tried to rob the place, according to Chesterfield Police.

“When the suspect was unsuccessful in acquiring money from the store he walked behind the register looking for cash,” a Chesterfield Police Lieutenant Edward Pierpont wrote in a media release. “The suspect stole the purse belonging to the cashier, which contained a small amount of cash and other items. Both suspects fled the scene.”

During their investigation, police developed a suspect and on Monday, January 8, made an arrest.

Luis Angel Granados-Ascencio, 20, of

Read more at: http://wtvr.com/2018/01/08/luis-angel-granados-ascencio-arrest/

Police: Chesterfield gunman failed to rob store, so he stole clerk’s …


CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — One of two men believed to be involved in the robbery of a Chesterfield businesses Sunday night was arrested and charged with the crime.

While one man waited outside, another man entered the La Miguelena Store, at 6701 Jefferson Davis Highway, pulled out a gun, and tried to rob the place, according to Chesterfield Police.

“When the suspect was unsuccessful in acquiring money from the store he walked behind the register looking for cash,” a Chesterfield Police Lieutenant Edward Pierpont wrote in a media release. “The suspect stole the purse belonging to the cashier, which contained a small amount of cash and other items. Both suspects fled the scene.”

During their investigation, police developed a suspect and on Monday, January 8, made an arrest.

Luis Angel Granados-Ascencio, 20, of

Read more at: http://wtvr.com/2018/01/08/luis-angel-granados-ascencio-arrest/

Deputies: Suspects stole more than $3K of goods from Louisa Walmart

LOUISA COUNTY, Va. — Deputies are asking for the public’s help to identify three suspects caught on surveillance cameras stealing from a big-box store in Louisa County last weekend.

Officials posted on Facebook that the three people pictured may have information about a felony larcenies from the Walmart on Camp Creek Parkway in Zion Crossroads.

Officials said the white male and female allegedly made off with more than $550 worth of merchandise from the store last Saturday. The attached photos were taken at the Walmart and a nearby Sheetz gas station, according to deputies.

Additionally, another photo showing a black male walking through the store’s tools section is time stamped 4:51 p.m. Sunday. Deputies said that suspect stole $2500 worth of activated gift cards as well as sporting goods.

If you have information about these crimes that could help deputies, call the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office at 540-967-1234 or Crime Solvers

Read more at: http://wtvr.com/2017/11/25/louisa-big-box-felony-larceny-suspects/

Burglar Stole Cash from Bradley Party & Variety Store in Bethesda

Police released surveillance video of an August incident on Wednesday

A man walks into an employee area in Bradley Party  Variety.

A man walks into an employee area in Bradley Party Variety.

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A man walked into Bradley Party Variety during business hours, broke into a locked room and walked out of the store with wads of stolen cash, police said.

The burglary occurred in August, but Montgomery County police released the surveillance video and asked for help identifying the man on Wednesday.

The man entered the 6922 Arlington Road business “posing as a customer” at about 1:30 p.m. Aug. 26, according to a press release. In a surveillance video, the man can be seen walking to the back of the store into an employees-only area. He appears to force open a locked door to a room that police say contained business proceeds.

Police have

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Victim says group of teens stole video games, electronics from home

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — Police are investigating a bizarre chain of events in a Chesterfield subdivision Saturday morning involving two suspects in a home break-in that ended with one of them accidentally shot.

At around 8:45 a.m., officers were investigating a break-in at a home in the 6500 block of Creekrun Drive.  A neighbor had told police that a group of teens broke into her friend’s home. The woman who lives in that home told WTVR CBS 6 that she and her children weren’t home at the time. She said the suspects got away with video games and electronics.

6500 block of Creekrun Drive

6500 block of Creekrun Drive

While investigating the break-in, officers received a call about a person shot in the 4500 block of Watchrun Drive. When police apprehended a break-in suspect trying to get away, they discovered the

Read more at: http://wtvr.com/2017/09/17/teen-break-in-suspect-arrested-another-accidentally-shot-in-chesterfield-neighborhood/

Hopewell PD seeks burglary suspect who stole money, drugs from local pharmacy

HOPEWELL, Va. (WRIC) — The Hopewell Police Department is looking for a suspect who broke into a local pharmacy this week and stole prescription drugs and money.

Police say they were called at 12:45 a.m. to the Hometown Drug pharmacy located in the 2500 block of Gray Street after the alarm activated. They arrived to find the business had been burglarized.

Their preliminary investigation determined that a lone male suspect forced entry into the business through a rear door and stole money and prescription medication before fleeing the scene.

The suspect is described as a 5’8″ to 5’11” white male with a thin build and short-styled haircut, possibly between 20-25 years old. He was wearing a multi-colored hooded sweatshirt over an orange-colored t-shirt, blue jeans and dark sneakers. He was also wearing a single, dark-colored glove on his right hand and had a blue bandana concealing the lower part of his face.

The Hopewell Police Department’s

Read more at: http://wric.com/2017/09/12/hopewell-pd-seeks-burglary-suspect-who-stole-money-drugs-from-local-pharmacy/

Police: Man on bike stole Dominion Energy truck

COLONIAL HEIGHTS, Va. — Police have asked for help finding the man who stole a Dominion Energy truck.

The truck was stolen while a Dominion Energy worker checked the power meter behind Time2Learn child care center on Jefferson Davis Highway near the Colonial Heights/Chesterfield County line on August 11, police said.

“As investigators reviewed security footage, they discovered that a black male wearing a white, long-sleeved shirt and a ballcap rode a bicycle to the area behind the same business,” a Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers spokesperson said. “Minutes later, the suspect could be seen behind the wheel of the stolen truck.”

The truck was later recovered in the 16000 block of Woods Edge Road in Chesterfield.

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Anyone with information was asked to call Chesterfield

Read more at: http://wtvr.com/2017/08/28/dominion-energy-truck-stolen/

Cop finds 2 Ohio teens in NYC after they stole car for 5-day trip – NY …

Two Ohio teenagers took a five-day road trip in a stolen car and turned up safe in Times Square, police said Saturday.

The pair was found after an NYPD cop messaged one of them on Facebook and convinced her to go home, police said.

Haley Flowers and Trinity Goodwin, both 16, ran away from Lancaster, Ohio, in a 2008 Pontiac that belongs to Goodwin’s mom on Monday, cops said.

Flowers' mom saw the girls posted a photo of Times Square billboards on Facebook.

Flowers’ mom saw the girls posted a photo of Times Square billboards on Facebook.

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After Haley’s mom, April Flowers, noticed her daughter posted a photo of Times Square billboards on Facebook, she pinpointed where the pic was taken — in a McDonalds at the Crossroads of the World.

So

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