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A scammer is impersonating a Richmond Police detective. Richmond police officer would never use the phone to advise an individual of a warrant.

An investigation is underway after a ten-month-old baby was left in a car during extreme heat conditions. On Tuesday, temperatures rose well into the 90’s, a Richmond mother says the death of her ten-month-old daughter was an accident. Richmond Police are still investigating the details surrounding the baby’s death. The child died after reportedly being […]

The Richmond Police Department is identifying the man who was shot and killed on I-95 on Monday night. Police say Marcus-David Peters of Henrico County charged officers after hitting multiple cars, led police on a pursuit and roll around naked on the highway. Peters was a science teacher at Essex High School. He graduated with […]

Richmond, VA- Two Richmond teens are being charged with first-degree murder in connection to a shooting from last week. Richmond police say 17-year-old Octavis Green is charged with first-degree murder and 20-year-old Nicholas Thomas is charged with conspiracy to commit murder. Officers responded to a shooting on Friday on Alvis Avenue and found a victim, […]

Richmond police are looking for a group of teens that allegedly stole a dirt bike at gunpoint earlier this week. Christie Thigpen says her teenaged son was walking his bike home Wednesday when the group fired several shots at him from behind a tree. The teen said he laid down next to his mom’s SUV, […]

A Virginia State Police Special Agent has died from injuries sustained during a “consensual conversation” in the 1900 block of Redd Street in Richmond’s Mosby Court on Friday night (May 26). The suspect is now in custody. According to NBC12, Special Agent Micheal T. Walter is a father of three and has served on the […]

The 33rd annual “National Night Out” was a huge success with over 80 parties across the city of Richmond. Miss Community Clovia and the Richmond Police Department rolled out by police caravan visiting more than a dozen cookouts and pool parties across the city of Richmond. It was the people and police together. We should […]

Virginia use of force police training was updated last September to prevent a Baltimore, Ferguson or Sanford shooting or attack here. Now, let’s add a Minnesota, Dallas and Baton Rouge deadly shootings. #MakeItHomeRVA Virginia Attorney Begins Regional Trainings on Safe, Fair 21st Century Policing VA Attorney General Mark Herring Offers Training Initiative On Police Bias, […]

Community it is time to have a conversation about your rights and responsiblities during a routine police traffic stop or on foot. You are invited to the Peeps and Police Community Conversation on Tuesday, February 10, 2015, 6:3opm-8:00pm at the Richmond Police Academy located 1202 West Graham Road. Moderator is Clovia Lawrence. Please bring your questions, comments and suggestions […]

Clovia “Miss Community” Lawrence and Richmond Councilwoman Michelle R. Mosby, 9th Voter District, are  hosting a Community Public Safety Forum to start the healing process in our communities between’people’ and ‘police’. ” Team work makes the dream work” said Councilwoman Mosby during our interview. Play audio here….

  UPDATE!  The Richmond Police Department has arrested two people in connection with the shooting of a three-year old boy Friday. Antwoine Mealey, 21, of the 1500 block of North 20th Street, the father of the victim, was arrested and charged with felony child neglect resulting in injury.  Tyrell Mealey, 19, of the 1500 block of […]

    Cops and Doughnuts Cliché Becomes Benefit for Law Enforcement Torch Run, Special Olympics   Aug. 19, 2011 If you’re looking for Richmond Police officers on Saturday, Aug. 27, they’ll be at the Krispy Kreme. But it’s for a good cause. Richmond Police and Krispy Kreme have joined forces for a fun fundraiser – […]