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Police are investigating a robbery that occurred in the 2000 block of Timbers Hill Road at about 12 a.m. on Wednesday.
The victims, an adult male and an adult female, awoke to find three armed men in their residence. The suspects assaulted the male victim, inappropriately touched the female victim and stole property from the residence. The suspects also took the victims’ vehicle, a silver, 2011 Hyundai Sonata bearing Virginia tag KDS8065. The male victim sustained non-life threatening injuries; the female victim was not injured.
A short time later, two of the suspects were located in a vehicle nearby. Those suspects, Carl A. Johnson, 21, and Faheem A. Jordan, 21, were arrested and charged with robbery, use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, breaking and entering, conspiracy to commit a felony, aggravated sexual battery, grand larceny and vandalism. Johnson, of the 4000 block of Stowe Road, and Jordan, of the 2000 block of Timbers Hill Road, are being held at the Chesterfield County Jail without bond pending a hearing in Chesterfield
Neighborhoods and Chesterfield County Police are gearing up for the 29th Annual National Night Out celebration, which will take place Tuesday, Aug. 7, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. There are 115 registered Chesterfield County block parties.
Neighbors annually celebrate the fight against crime by hosting and attending neighborhood block parties that bring residents, communities and police together. McGruff the Crime Dog and members of the Chesterfield County Police Department will meet neighbors throughout the evening. To see a complete list of parties, please visit http://www.chesterfield.gov/police/.
National Night Out and Neighborhood Watch programs play significant roles in Chesterfield County communities. National Night Out heightens crime and drug-prevention awareness, develops and strengthens partnerships between police and residents, and generates support for anti-crime programs such as Neighborhood Watch, Business Watch and Crime Solvers.
Chesterfield police issued a warning about a new designer drug, 25i, which has recently surfaced on the market.
In Chesterfield County in recent weeks, several young people have gone to area hospitals with symptoms consistent with an overdose of 25i, a hallucinogen.
The effects of a hallucinogenic drug can last up to 15 hours and someone under the influence may exhibit some of these side effects: blurred vision; increased breathing rate; euphoria; hallucinations and distorted sensory processing, including visual, auditory, body, time and space; disorganized thoughts, confusion; anxiety, agitation, paranoia and feelings of panic; dizziness, impaired coordination; increased heart rate and blood pressure; increased body temperature and sweating, which may alternate with chills and shivering; and numbness.
During January, area residents can support Crime Solvers Chesterfield program while they get gas, grab a snack or wash their cars.
Residents can donate $1 or more to Crime Solvers and have their names posted on supporter cards at a handful of businesses within Chesterfield County and the city of Colonial Heights. Currently, these donation cards are available at five local Sheetz locations, three Flagstop Car Wash and Quick Lube locations, His and Her Catering Café and Pannill Insurance. More businesses may join the effort. A complete list of the businesses can be found by clicking HERE.
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Do YOU believe in Crime Solvers and what it does for the community? Are YOU thankful that there is a program that has helped investigators solve more than 6,000 crimes? Would YOU like to know that Crime Solvers will be there to help if you were ever the victim of an unsolved crime? Did you know that CC/CH Crime Solvers has approved more than $460,000 in CASH rewards? Did you know that NOT ONE PENNY of the money used to pay rewards comes from taxes or the government?
On Thursday, April 21, The Country Club at the Highlands will be hosting the Crime Solvers 18th Annual Fundraising golf tournament. Proceeds from the golf tournament make up the majority of the CC/CH Crime Solvers budget, and we NEED your help. If you are a golfer, you can sign up to play as an individual or a team and you will get a GREAT value for your donation. If you are not a golfer, you can help with a monetary donation of any size and you will receive gratitude and recognition. Please visit the Golf Tournament information page to learn more about the tournament and to find a downloadable .pdf version of the tournament brochure, which includes forms for players and sponsors (you can even watch the promotional video on this page). You can also call our business office at 804-748-1278 to ask questions about the tournament. Do YOU believe? If so…will you help?
Chesterfield Crime Solvers has added a new page called “Sheriff’s Office Most Wanted” on their site. This page will highlight men and women who are wanted by the Sheriff’s Offices of both Chesterfield and Colonial Heights on court ordered charges. This will mostly include parents who owe large amounts of child support payments. Please visit the page and as always, if you know the whereabouts of any of these wanted men and women, you can call, click or text your tip to us.
If you see any of these subjects, or you have information regarding any of these subjects, call Crime Solvers at 804-748-0660 or send your tip via text message by typing “tip699″ plus your message, sending it to the number “274637” (CRIMES) from your cell phone, or click here to submit your tip securely and anonymously via the internet. You will not be asked for your name, and no one will try to identify you.
If your information leads to the arrest of one of these subjects, you can receive a cash reward of up to $1,000. Click on any of the pictures below to see what the person is wanted for.
Message from Crime Solvers:
While our program appreciates the incredible support of Comcast, Verizon and Fox 35 Richmond for their continuous playing of our Crime of the Week and Fugitives of the Week segments, we understand that the segments may not always play at a time that is convenient for you. As a result, we have opened an account on YouTube and will post the Crime of the Week video clips, as well as perhaps other videos that are related to our program.
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