What you missed this week in notable Richmond crimes and court cases
This week's local crime and court updates from Richmond Times-Dispatch.
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Virginia woman who fled US to keep child custody more than a decade ago says her lawyer encouraged flight
The filing is the latest chapter in a more than two-decade-long legal saga that began in 2000 when Lisa Miller and Janet Jenkins were joined in a Vermont civil union, the first statewide legal recognition of same-sex couples.
The Norfolk Police Department has installed 172 license plate reading cameras throughout the city, new Chief of Police Mark Talbot told City Council during a Tuesday work session.
McLEAN, Va. (AP) — A Florida man who police say had an AK-47 rifle in his car was arrested outside a northern Virginia preschool after he told…
Privately made guns can be assembled from kits available online and lack a serial number that could trace them to a crime.
Statute of limitations creates roadblock in Susan Negersmith case | Late Edition: Crime Beat Chronicles podcast
Listen to the final chapter of Late Edition: Crime Beat Chronicles that examines the circumstances surrounding a death in a New Jersey resort town.
The vandalism included graffiti, none of which was related to race or ethnicity, according to the sheriff's office.
A special investigation by Lee Enterprises showed that of 105 agencies serving communities identified as diverse, 76 underrepresented the percentages of people of color by 10 points or more.
Richmond dignitaries, police officers and higher-ups honor the memory of its officers who made the ultimate sacrifice.
RPD and other Richmond safety officials host monthly walks where they go door to door to speak with local residents.
Roanoke Fire-EMS said that two city residential fires were connecte and the person of interest was 62-year-old Lewis James Lambert Jr., who was also one of the persons found fatally shot.
How well do police forces represent racial makeup of their communities? | Behind the Headlines podcast
🎧 Reporter Karen Robinson-Jacobs discusses the racial makeup of police departments in relation to the communities they serve.