Lieutenant Victor A. Greene’s Sector 113 November report (PDF) is now available for all points north of Carrington and Nine Mile. Lieutenant Cynthia Riley’s Sector 111 report for November (PDF) encompasses Church Hill, Chimborazo, Church Hill North, Fulton, Oakwood, and Union Hill.
First Precinct – Sector 111 NOVEMBER 2011
During the month of November, Sector 111 has experienced an increase in major crimes and a reduction in property crime. Our major crime numbers spiked with an increase in individual robberies. In the month of November, six individual robberies were reported. Due to the great work of First Precinct Detectives we were able to arrest two individuals who committed one of those robberies. First Precinct detectives are fervently working on solving the existing robberies.
Due to the vigilant work of citizens calling the police when they observe suspicious activity in their neighborhood as well as the officers’ response, we were able to achieve a 25% reduction in property crimes. This could not have occurred without the partnership between the community and the Richmond Police Department.
Earlier in the month of November, we called on you (The Sector 111 community) to assist in solving the “Front Porch Larcenies” throughout Sector 111, and not only did you answer the call; but was instrumental in developing the first suspect, Shelia Taylor (pictured below). In addition to arrest of Sheila Taylor for the “Front Porch Larcenies,” FMT detectives and tactical officers were also able to arrest Ronald Powers and obtain a warrant for Jazmine Taylor, who are all offenders in the “Front Porch Larcenies.”
First Precinct – Sector 113 NOVEMBER 2011
RE-OCCURRING CRIME ISSUES
Whitcomb Court Community
B&E’s, robberies, theft from motor vehicles are most re-occurring crimes.
Fairfield Court Community
B&E’s, robberies, and theft from buildings are the most re-occurring crimes.
Mosby Court Community
Theft from building is the most re-occurring crime. Also be mindful of random gun fire in the area.
Robberies and unreported vandalism are the most re-occurring crimes.
Creighton Court Community
B&E, all other larceny, and motor vehicle theft are the most re-occurring crimes.
Theft from building is the most re-occurring crime.
Peter Paul Community
?B&E is the most re-occurring crime
Theft from building is the most re-occurring crime
Upper Shockoe Valley Community
Robberies are the most re-occurring crime.
Robberies are the most re-occurring crime
David Gainyard – B/M, born in 1989
Mack Hopkins – B/M, born in 1982
Dwight Wright – B/M, born in 1992