Crime of the Week 1619 (Shooting of Brendon Mackey)
Crime Solvers revisits a 2013 shooting that stunned Chesterfield County. Shortly before 9 p.m. on July 4, 2013, 7-year-old Brendon Mackey was struck by a bullet just prior to the fireworks display at Sunday Park. Ballistics tests revealed the bullet that stole this young child's life to be a .40 caliber class, full metal jacket.
Chesterfield detectives continue to ask for the public's help with information on this heartbreaking case. The bullet appears to have been fired randomly into the air as a result of celebratory gunfire. We would like to remind the public that as of July 1, 2014, Brendon's Law was put into effect, making celebratory gunfire resulting in injury a felony.
Family and friends of Brendon Mackey have established an additional reward fund for information that will lead to the successful resolution of this case.
Crime of the Week 1618 (Drive-by Shooting / West Road Area)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program is asking for your help this week to solve a shooting case:
On June 11, 2015 at approximately 11:30 p.m., police responded to West Road due to shots being fired in the area. While on scene, additional calls for service came in from the area of the Stevens Hollow and Rolling Wood apartment complexes, also referencing shots fired. Throughout the course of the investigation, police discovered a moving vehicle was struck by a bullet. The driver of the vehicle was grazed by that bullet, but, thankfully, not seriously injured. Homes were also struck by bullets in Ashley Village on Sexton Drive and Kim Drive.
Police are now turning to the public for assistance with this case. If you saw anything in the area at the time in question, please help police clear this case.
06-17-2015 Crime of the Week 1617 (Shooting by Party Crashers)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program is asking for your help this week to solve a shooting case.
On the evening of Friday, March 13, a resident in the 5600 block of Handel Court threw a party that lasted into the early morning hours. As the party was winding down, a small group of males came to the party and caused problems for the rest of the party-goers. Eventually, just before 3 a.m. on Saturday, March 14, one of the home's residents told everyone to leave. The small group of males who had crashed the party instigated a fight, and, during the fight, shots were fired. Two people inside the residence were struck. Though gunfire continued outside the home, no one else was injured.
The shooter was a black male, approximately 5 feet 10 inches tall, wearing all dark-colored clothing and a baseball cap.
06-08-2015 Crime of the Week 1616 (Robbery/Dollar General)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program is asking for your help this week to solve a robbery
On March 16, 2015, at approximately 9:45 p.m., a man entered the Dollar General at 14501 Spruce Ave. After briefly walking through the store, he approached the clerk, displayed a pistol and demanded money. The thief then fled the area on foot. Luckily, no one was injured during the robbery.
The suspect was described to detectives as a black male standing about 6 feet tall and weighing about 250 pounds. He made off with an undisclosed amount of money.
06-01-2015 Crime of the Week 1615 (Break-Ins/Southcreek)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program is asking for your help this week to solve a series of break-ins.
Between Friday, April 17, and Monday, April 20, two homes were broken into in the Southcreek subdivision in southern Chesterfield County. One home was on Southcreek Drive and the other was on Majestic Creek Drive. Many electronic items, such as PlayStation and Xbox gaming systems, jewelry, gift cards and cash were taken from the homes. Two handguns, a special edition Colt revolver and a Model 19 Glock semi-automatic pistol, were also stolen. At least one additional victim reported that their car had been broken into within the same neighborhood during the same time frame.
05-25-2015 Crime of the Week 1614 (Attempt Homicide/Sheriff's Deputy)
Shortly before 9 p.m. on Monday, May 11, 2015, an off-duty Chesterfield County Deputy Sheriff was working security at the Addison at Swift Creek Apartments on Lonas Parkway in Chesterfield County. Suddenly and without warning, a vehicle made a quick maneuver in front of the parked deputy. An occupant in the vehicle opened fire on the deputy’s vehicle. Thankfully, the deputy was not struck. The suspect vehicle immediately fled the scene. The suspect vehicle is described as a gold or possibly tan Chevrolet sedan.
Due to the nature of this case, and based on the formula Crime Solvers uses to determine cash rewards, a single tip coming in that helps solve this case would make the tipster eligible for a cash reward of $1,000.
Family and friends of the Deputy have created an additional reward fund for information leading to the arrest AND conviction of the suspects involved in this case.
05-18-2015 Crime of the Week 1613 (Credit Card Frauds)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program is asking for your help to solve a credit card fraud.
On Monday, April 20, a man received a call from his credit card company about possible fraudulent activity on his card. As they researched together, they discovered that someone had used his credit card to make more than $900 in purchases. Those purchases were split between the Target and the Martin’s located in the 11300 block of Midlothian Turnpike. The victim still had his card in his possession. As investigators looked deeper into the fraud, they discovered that the same suspect tried to use several cards, all with different numbers, until the one card belonging to the victim was successful.
05-04-2015 Crime of the Week 1611 (McDaniel Homicide)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program is asking for your help this week to solve a cold case homicide.
Just before 1 a.m. on Saturday, May 11, 2013, officers responded to the 5300 block of Pembroke Street for a report of shots fired. Upon arrival, officers saw a young white male lying in the middle of Pembroke Street as a white female performed CPR on him. Officers identified the victim as Matthew Warren McDaniel, 19, of the 2800 block of Brampton Way. McDaniel had sustained a single gunshot wound and was pronounced dead at the scene.
Family and friends of Matthew are offering an additional reward for information which will help solve this homicide.
04-27-2015 Crime of the Week 1610 (MDA Donation Jar Theft)
On March 18 at about 2 a.m., a man entered the 7-Eleven in the 9700 block of Jefferson Davis Highway. After walking through the store, the man approached the clerk at the cash register. He made conversation with the clerk and waited for her to turn around. Once she did so, the thief cut the cable connecting the Muscular Dystrophy Association donation box to the counter. He then stuffed it under his shirt and exited the store.
The suspect is described as a black male with a light complexion who was about 6 feet 2 inches tall with a medium build. He was last seen wearing a white T-shirt and black pants.
04-20-2015 Crime of the Week 1609 (Drive-By Shooting/Milfax Rd.)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program is asking for your help this week to solve a drive-by shooting. During the overnight hours of Dec. 31, 2014, Chesterfield County Police officers responded to a shots-fired call in the area of 4700 Milfax Rd. Upon their arrival, officers discovered that several townhomes and vehicles had been struck by bullets. Thankfully, there were no injuries.
Chesterfield detectives are now reaching out to the public for any help they may be able to provide. If you were in the area that night and witnessed anything, please come forward and assist with this case.
04-13-2015 Crime of the Week 1608 (Arsons in Meadowbrook)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program needs your help this week to solve a series of arsons and vandalisms.
Between the late night hours of Sunday, March 29, and the early morning hours of Monday, March 30, three incidents occurred in the Meadowbrook area of Chesterfield County that investigators believe are related. A lawn chair glider was set on fire on Monza Drive, fires were set in two bathrooms along Meadowbrook Country Club's golf course and a small fire was set beside a house on Carafe Drive. In addition to the fires at each location, further damage was done through acts of vandalism.
04-06-2015 Crime of the Week 1607 (Homicide - Higgs)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program needs your help this week to solve a homicide.
At approximately 11:45 a.m. on Thursday, March 5, 2015, Wilbur Rashad Higgs was shot in front of his residence in the 5200 block of Castlewood Road. Wilbur, or "Will" as he was known to friends and family, was pronounced dead at the scene. This incident occurred at the Treetop Condominiums in South Chesterfield.
The suspect in this case is described as a black male, approximately 20-30 years old and 5 feet 10 inches tall. He was last seen wearing all black clothing and a black stocking cap. According to witnesses, he fled the area in a mid-size, dark-colored sedan.
03-23-2015 Crime of the Week 1605 (TV Thefts From Walmart)
Crime Solvers is asking for your help to solve a grand larceny case.
During the evening hours of Thursday, Feb. 26, two male suspects worked together to steal two large televisions from the Walmart at 900 Walmart Way in Midlothian. At approximately 6 p.m., they selected a 55-inch television, disabled the security tag and were able to walk out one of the exits undetected. Two hours later, the same two males stole a second television in the same manner from the same store.
During their investigation, officers learned that these two suspects also struck the Walmart in Powhatan.
03-09-2015 Crime of the Week 1603 (Credit Card Theft and Fraud)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program is asking for your help to solve a credit card fraud case out of Colonial Heights.
On Sunday, Jan. 18, around 6:30 p.m., a woman was waiting for a table at the Texas Roadhouse on Conduit Road in Colonial Heights. While in the foyer, a woman sat next to her for a few seconds, stood back up and walked out of the restaurant. When she was being escorted to her table, she noticed that her purse felt light. She looked inside and saw that her wallet was missing. Shortly after coming to this realization, she received a call from one of her credit card companies letting her know that a charge on one of her credit cards was attempted at the Target near Southpark Mall. Several transactions were attempted at other stores in Colonial Heights with different cards. One transaction, at the local Home Depot, was actually processed.
Surveillance cameras captured images of the female suspect who made the attempt at Target. She appeared to be a white female in her late 30s or early 40s. She had long blond hair that was pulled back on the top. She wore black pants, a low-cut gray top and a black sweater. She left the lot in a full-size, king- or crew-cab pickup truck.
03-02-2015 Crime of the Week 1602 (Telephone Scam)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program is taking this opportunity to notify the public of a telephone scam plaguing our area.
Throughout the past year, many residents have notified area police departments about a phone call they have received from someone claiming to be a supervisor with the IRS or another federal law enforcement agency. The caller quickly and convincingly explains to the victim they are delinquent on their taxes and have warrants on file. The scammer will know the victim’s name and possibly their address or employer.
The victim is told unless they immediately rectify the situation by paying for their delinquency via gift cards they will be arrested by "local police."
We would like to remind the public that this is an ongoing scam. Law enforcement and federal agencies will never ask you to use gift cards to pay bills or fines, or contact you over the telephone. The FBI and police departments are aware of this and are actively investigating.
02-23-2015 Crime of the Week 1601 (Hit and Run/WaWa)
During the early morning hours of Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014, two cars were parked side-by-side in the south lot of the Wawa at 6001 Iron Bridge Road. A late-model Jeep Cherokee pulled from its parking spot in the west lot and violently struck the two parked vehicles as it circled the store. One of the parked vehicles was struck so hard that it was moved approximately 5 feet from its original parked location. The Jeep then sped away onto Cogbill Road, heading east toward Meadowbrook High School.
Surveillance cameras captured images of the driver and passenger of the Jeep. The driver was a black male in his late 20s. He was approximately 6 feet tall and 200 pounds. He had a mustache and tall, thick hair on top of his head with shorter hair on the sides. He wore a blue denim coat with dark sleeves. The passenger was approximately 6 feet tall with a thin build. He had a mustache and goatee, and he was wearing tan shoes, blue jeans, a long, light-colored shirt, a brown jacket and a white and dark-colored cap.
02-16-2015 Crime of the Week 1600 (Robberies at CVS)
Crime Solvers is asking for your help to identify and locate a man who robbed two CVS stores in Chesterfield.
In the early morning hours of Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014, a white male wearing a bright colored fisherman's cap walked to the pharmacy area of CVS at 151 Pike View Drive in Westchester Commons. He showed the pharmacist a gun and demanded painkillers. He threatened the clerk not to call police and he fled.
Then, in the afternoon of Tuesday, Jan. 20, the same white male went to the CVS at 2537 Weir Road in Chester and robbed the pharmacist in the same manner.
He was a heavy-set white male, approximately 40-50 years old, 5'9" with a light-colored beard. In the Jan. 20 robbery, he was seen driving a small SUV.
02-09-2015 Crime of the Week 1599 (Cold Case- Bruce Jones Homicide)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program is asking for your help to solve a cold case homicide.
In 1990, Bruce Jones worked for Plantation Pipeline overseeing the maintenance of substations in the area of Chesterfield County. At those substations, there were man-made drainage areas that had floating alarms; if the drainage pool filled with liquid, an alarm was triggered. On the night of Feb. 10, he was called to a substation off of Genito Road where the floating alarm was triggered. There had been thunderstorms earlier in the evening, so the alarm did not seem unusual.
The next morning, Jones' wife realized her husband wasn't home. A few hours passed, and she called his work; they hadn't heard from Jones either. Someone was sent to the substation Jones was dispatched to the night before; they found Jones dead on the floor. He had been beaten and shot. An employee pointed out to investigators that the floating alarm had been tampered with, and it appeared that someone with inside knowledge had lured Jones to the location.
02-02-2015 Crime of the Week 1598 (Homicide at Three Amigos)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program is asking for your help to solve a homicide. Just before 7 p.m. on Jan. 24, 2015, Adel M. Elmadany, was found dead at Three Amigos Auto Sales, located at 108 Turner Rd. Elmadany was the owner of the business and a well-known member of the local community.
As the investigation of this case continues, Chesterfield police are turning to the public for assistance. If you were in the area that night and can think of any detail that may help investigators, please contact us. Remember, your tip could bring a family and community much-needed closure.
01-26-2015 Crime of the Week 1597 (Robbery at Circle K)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program is asking for your help to identify and locate an armed robbery suspect.
Just prior to 11 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 2, a clerk was working in the Circle K at 7400 Woodpecker Road. A dark-complexioned black male entered wearing a dark, hooded sweatshirt, a knit cap and dark sunglasses. He grabbed the female clerk by the arm, pointed a small semi-automatic handgun at her and ordered her to give him money. She complied and the robber left the store. The clerk immediately called police, but the suspect was gone before they arrived. Thankfully, the clerk was not injured, as her child was actually in the store at the time of the robbery.
01-19-2015 Crime of the Week 1596 (Vandalisms in Enon)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program needs your help this week to find those responsible for an outbreak of vandalism in Enon.
On the morning of Jan. 11, 2015, some residents in the Enon area of Chesterfield County awoke to find that their homes and vehicles had been spray painted at some point in the night. Several area street signs and fences were also targeted by the vandals. Additionally, property belonging to Chesterfield County Public Schools — Enon Elementary School and a school bus — was also damaged.
Altogether, the damage cost residents and taxpayers over $3,000. Now, Crime Solvers is turning to the public, especially our area students, for assistance with this case!
01-12-2015 Crime of the Week 1595 (VSU Robberies)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program is asking for your help to solve two related robberies.
On Oct. 16, 2014, two robberies occurred on the campus of Virginia State University. The first was in parking lot 36. A man was reaching into the trunk of his car when he was approached by several hooded suspects. He was ordered to his knees and robbed at gunpoint of his wallet and electronic devices. One of the suspects struck the victim in the face with a gun before all three fled the area.
Shortly thereafter, a second robbery occurred in the parking lot of the Monroe Hall dorm building. As the victim was walking from the parking lot into the dorm, he saw a newer, champagne-colored, four-door Honda Civic approach. A black male got out of the Civic, pointed a gun in the victim's face and ordered the victim to his knees. The victim heard a gunshot, but was not struck, and the suspects drove away quickly.
There were at least three black male suspects involved.
12-29-2014 Crime of the Week 1593 (Counterfeit Money)
This week, the Crime Solvers is asking for your help to catch several suspects using counterfeit money.
Since November 28, 2014, Chesterfield police officers have taken reports of suspects passing counterfeit bills. The counterfeit bills were passed at the CVS and Target stores on Weir Place in Chester, and were also passed at the Target on Midlothian Turnpike across from Chesterfield Towne Center. The suspects have been successful at purchasing approximately $2,000 worth of merchandise with the bogus bills. Most of the items were electronics, including a breast pump and a Tom-Tom GPS unit.
12-15-2014 Crime of the Week 1591 (Burglary to Jersey Mikes)
This week, Crime Solvers is asking for your help to solve a commercial burglary.
Between the late evening of Friday, Nov. 21, and the early morning hours of Saturday, Nov. 22, someone used a large rock to break into Jersey Mikes at 100 Heaths Way Road in Midlothian. Two suspects went inside and stole cash from the restaurant before leaving.
The suspects were black males, one of whom looked right at the surveillance camera before leaving the store.
12-08-2014 Crime of the Week 1590 (Burglary at Tienda Joana)
Crime Solvers needs your help this week to solve a commercial burglary. On Nov. 16, 2014, an unknown subject forced open the front door of the Tienda Joana located at 5746 Hopkins Road. Once inside the business, the man searched for cash by forcing open the cash registers and going into the office. The thief also caused a significant amount of damage to the store.
The suspect is described as a white male standing about 5 feet 9 inches tall with a stocky build. He was last seen wearing a dark blue jacket and a mask covering his face.
12-01-2014 Crime of the Week 1589 (Robbery at New York Asian Café)
Crime Solvers needs your help this week with solving a commercial robbery. On October 21, 2014, just after 9pm, three masked men stormed the New York Asian Café located at 13555 Midlothian Tnpk. According to the business owner, the men entered through the back door of the restaurant and robbed the workers at gunpoint. The thieves made off with over $350 in cash and the owners' cell phones.
The robbers are described as three black males each standing about 6 feet tall. They had a slender build and brandished small gray handguns at the owners.
11-24-2014 Crime of the Week 1588 (Home Break-In)
This week, Crime Solvers is asking for your help to solve a residential burglary.
On Oct. 17 during the daytime hours, a home in the 6300 block of Old Zion Hill Road was broken into. Upon returning home from work, the homeowner found the rear basement door to the residence broken and discovered that several electronic items were missing.
Surveillance footage reveals two possible suspects and their vehicle. Chesterfield detectives believe the suspects may have been dropped off and picked up after the burglary.
11-17-2014 Crime of the Week 1587 (Sexual Assault/Huguenot Park)
Crime Solvers is asking for the public's help this week with solving several different assault cases. In the early autumn of 2014, female joggers have reported being assaulted by a male subject in Huguenot Park on the north end of Chesterfield County. While jogging through the park the suspect rides his bicycle up to the victims and sexually assaults them before fleeing the area.
He is described as a black male about 6 ft tall with a medium build in his twenties. He has short hair and was last seen wearing a hoodie in each of these incidents.
11-10-2014 Crime of the Week 1586 (Attempt Sexual Assault)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program wants to help police solve an attempted sexual assault case.
Investigators have released a composite photo of a man they are hoping to identify in connection with an attempted sexual assault in Chesterfield County. On New Year's Day, just after midnight, a female was walking in the 13000 block of Jefferson Davis Highway toward her home. Two males were walking in the opposite direction and asked her to go partying with them. When she refused, they pushed her to the ground and began strangling her. A citizen driving by saw what was happening and pulled over, scaring the suspects away.
The victim in that New Year's Day case was watching television recently and saw a Crime Solvers spot from Prince William County highlighting a rape in their area. The victim from Chesterfield immediately recognized the composite sketch, stating it appeared to be one of the same males who assaulted her.
The suspect was a black male with a light complexion, possibly of European decent, with short black hair. The victim remembers that he spoke with a foreign accent.
On July 13, 2014, a black male entered the Circle K located at 2421 West Hundred Rd. The clerk working behind the counter noticed the subject walk directly to the men's bathroom. Moments later, he emerged and walked up to the counter. At that point, the man pointed a large steak knife at the worker and demanded cash. He then fled the store on foot.
The suspect is described as a black male standing about 5 feet, 8 inches tall. He was wearing a white t-shirt, jeans and had a camouflage shirt covering his face like a mask.
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program wants to help police solve a robbery-turned-auto-theft case.
Police are searching for two suspects who robbed employees of the Pizza Hut at 111 Wadsworth Drive on Saturday, Sept. 6. At approximately 10:30 p.m., a delivery driver was heading out of the back door when he was stopped in his tracks by a gun pointed in his face. The gun-wielding suspect demanded the victim's car keys and money, while the second suspect charged inside store and demanded money from the safe. After receiving all the money they could get, both suspects fled in the first victim's vehicle, a blue 2002 Toyota Camry. The Camry was later recovered behind the CJW building at 200 Wadsworth Drive, just east of Route 76 off of Midlothian Turnpike.
Both suspects were black males who were about 6 feet tall. Both were wearing bandanas covering their faces and black skull caps on their heads. One was armed with a silver, semi-automatic handgun.
Crime Solvers needs your help to solve grand larcenies at area churches. On Sept. 28, 2014, an unknown suspect entered the St. Barnabas Episcopal Church at 5155 Iron Bridge Road. It was soon discovered that several items were stolen from the sanctuary, including a bishop's chair and several church pews.
Similarly, on Oct. 3, 2014, an unknown suspect entered the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, located at 2341 Winterfield Road. According to church officials, the thief stole several pieces of the church's furniture, including an altar and a candle-holder.
While it remains unclear whether these cases are related, Chesterfield detectives are asking for the public's help with locating the stolen items and identifying the suspect or suspects in these cases.
09-22-2014 Crime of the Week 1579 (Robbery/Exxon)
Crime Solvers needs your help this week to solve an attempted commercial robbery. In the early morning hours of Sept. 11, 2014, an unknown male entered the Exxon at 15740 Woods Edge Road. He immediately pointed a handgun at the clerk and demanded money. The clerk attempted to protect himself and the business by fighting back against the robber. A struggle ensued before the fleeing thief struck the clerk with the handgun.
During the fight, the clerk was able to rip the mask off the suspect's head. He is described as a white male, approximately 5 feet 10 inches tall and about 19-25 years old. He was wearing dark gray jeans, a long-sleeved black shirt and black sneakers.
09-15-2014 Crime of the Week 1578 (Larcenies from Churches)
Crime Solvers needs your help to solve a string of larcenies from churches. Beginning on July 27, 2014, an unknown male has been entering several churches throughout Chesterfield County. Surveillance footage revealed the man taking unattended purses.
The suspect is described as a black male between 25 and 35 years old. He was last seen wearing khaki shorts, a white T-shirt and a white baseball cap. Exterior cameras show the man leaving the area in a white Hyundai Sonata.
This week, the Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program is asking for your help to bring closure to another credit card fraud case.
At approximately 1 p.m. on Thursday, June 19, an 89-year-old woman and her daughter were shopping at T.J. Maxx, 4851 Commonwealth Center Parkway. During the shopping trip, the mother left her shopping cart for a moment to look at something with her daughter. Her purse was left in the cart, and when she returned to collect the cart, both the cart and the purse were gone. Less than one hour later, the victim discovered that two of her stolen credit cards were used at the Best Buy on Koger Center Boulevard. The purchases exceeded $7,600.
Surveillance images from the Best Buy revealed a white male and a white female using the stolen cards. The white male suspect appeared to be between 25 and 35 years of age. He had short dark hair and sunglasses on his head, and was wearing a blue short-sleeved shirt with blue denim jeans. The female appeared to be in her 40s or 50s, with short hair pulled into a ponytail and sunglasses on her head. She was wearing a dark-colored blouse and pants.
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program needs your help to locate persons missing from Chesterfield County.
Most people are aware that Crime Solvers pays cash rewards for information leading to the solution of criminal cases and the capture of wanted persons. In light of several high-profile missing person cases, Crime Solvers wants to remind citizens that the program is available for tips leading to the discovery of their locations, as well.
Zulma Pabon, a Hispanic female, was last seen on Friday, June 6. Zulma's car was found on Drumvale Drive in Chester on Monday, June 16.
Layla Namiranian is a white female who was last seen leaving her place of business on April 4, 2012. The next day, her car was found at her home on Normandstone Drive in Chesterfield, yet she was not. There were no indications that she had planned to go anywhere.
Information about these three and other people missing from Chesterfield County can be found by visiting the "Missing Persons" page of the Crime Solvers website,
This week, Crime Solvers revisits a 2013 shooting that stunned Chesterfield County. Shortly before 9 p.m. on July 4, 2013, 7-year-old Brendon Mackey was struck by a bullet just prior to the fireworks display at Sunday Park. Ballistics tests revealed the bullet that stole this young child's life to be a .40 caliber class, full metal jacket.
Chesterfield detectives continue to ask for the public's help with information on this heartbreaking case. The bullet appears to have been fired randomly into the air as a result of celebratory gunfire. We would like to remind the public that as of July 1, 2014, Brendon's Law is in effect, making celebratory gunfire resulting in injury a felony.
Family and friends of Brendon Mackey have established an additional reward fund for information that will lead to the successful resolution of this case.
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program needs your help to close an unsolved homicide case.
Just after midnight on Thursday, June 27, 2013, a woman was at a storage unit off of Jahnke Road in Richmond City. She was approached by three males who abducted her and forced her to drive to her apartment on Bristol Village Drive. While at the apartment, the suspects began to ransack the interior while the woman pleaded with them for her daughter's safety. Upon hearing the commotion, the husband woke up, physically challenged the suspects and was shot at about 4 a.m. Abdelmagied Elsayed Hussein died as a result of the gunfire. The suspects ran out of the house, stole the family's vehicle and drove away in an unknown direction. The vehicle was later found in the Byrd Park area of Richmond, where it had been set on fire.
Crime Solvers needs your help this week to solve a homicide. Just after 3 a.m. on Monday, March 17, Chesterfield police were dispatched to a report of a breaking and entering at 12500 Little Pond Lane in Midlothian. Before they arrived on scene, officers were updated about a possible home invasion and shooting that had occurred at the residence.
When officers arrived, they found 27-year-old Farzad Sultani in the residence. Sultani had been shot several times, and he later died as a result of those injuries.
11-22-2013 Crime of the Week 1536 (J. Coomer Homicide)
At approximately 11:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012, a woman living on Ennismore Court was awakened by a noise outside her bedroom. When she got up to investigate, she found her 36-year-old son, Joshua Coomer, suffering from a gunshot wound. She performed CPR until police and rescue units arrived. Despite efforts to revive him, Joshua Coomer succumbed to his injuries.
Detectives are asking the public to come forward with any additional information that might be of value to this investigation.
On Friday, Nov. 12, 2010, at about 11:40 p.m, officers were called for shots being fired in the area in the 3900 block of Bridget Court. While checking the area, officers found James Patrick Mosley in the parking lot of his townhouse. Mosley had been shot several times. Officers and rescue personnel attempted to resuscitate Mosley, but were unsuccessful. Witnesses described seeing a black male wearing a dark-colored hooded sweatshirt in the area at the time of the shooting. A dark-colored vehicle was also seen leaving the area at a high rate of speed shortly after the shooting.
If you have any information that could help solve this homicide, please call, click or text your tip through our program. We will get it to the right folks in the police department, and if your tip helps, you could receive a cash reward of up to $1,000.
Family members of James Patrick Mosley are offering an additional reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for his homicide.
May 11, 2012 (COW 1456 - Farooq Anwar Homicide)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program needs your help to catch the person or people who shot and killed store owner Farooq Anwar at his Fast and Friendly convenience store at 6249 Jefferson Davis Highway on Wednesday, July 18, 2007.
A customer discovered Anwar’s body at about and dialed 911. Investigators believe robbery may have been the motive.
This case was featured as a Crime of the Week case on May 1, 2009. Anwar’s family and friends continue to maintain contact with investigators, and are still offering an additional reward up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for this crime.
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program needs your help to identify a cold case double homicide suspect.
On Thursday, Nov. 7, 1996, Charlita Singleton and Cheryl Edwards were working at the All For One store at Cloverleaf Mall. The next day, Charlita's family contacted police when she did not return home from work. Police discovered the bodies of both women inside the store's office.
At the time of the murders, both women had small children. These children have had to grow up without their mothers. These families need answers. Please help them by helping police to solve these murders and bring those responsible to justice.
August 5, 2011 (COW 1416 - Ettrick Supermarket Shooting)
The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program is asking for your help to solve a shooting that occurred in 1991.
On Oct. 4, 1991, Walter H. Eley was locking up the former Ettrick Supermarket at 3615 E. River Road in Chesterfield at approximately As he walked to his car with the store's deposit bag, a white or cream colored Cadillac pulled into the lot and blocked his car. A man got out of the passenger side, approached Eley and demanded the money. The suspect shot Eley three times with a small-caliber handgun and fled the scene. Thankfully, Eley survived the wounds.
The suspect was a heavyset black male, 20-30 years old.
If you have information about any unsolved crime or wanted person in the communities or schools of Chesterfield County or the city of Colonial Heights, you may call Crime Solvers at 804-748-0660, submit a tip online at crimesolvers.net, or Text-A-Tip by texting “WATSON” plus your tip to 274637 (CRIMES). All three methods will keep you anonymous. If your tip helps solve a crime or catch a fugitive, you could receive a cash reward of up to $1,000.
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