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July 19, 2014 - 10:00am
September 27, 2014 - 7:00pm

Agnes drenches Chesterfield

“Hurricane Agnes was the first tropical storm and first hurricane of the 1972 Atlantic hurricane season. A rare June hurricane, it made landfall on the Florida Panhandle before moving northeastward and ravaging the Mid-Atlantic region as a tropical storm.

Police investigate domestic related shooting

Chesterfield County Police are investigating a shooting in a home in the 11200 block Heathstead Rd. Police say that an apparent domestic dispute led to the death of a male at this residence and the life-threatening injury to a female. The female was transported to VCU Medical Center.

Larcenists wanted

Crime Solvers needs your help this week to catch the following two fugitives.

Police Blotter

ALCOTT RD  6/13  Huntwood Apartments.  Unknown suspect/s pushed in the air-conditioning unit to gain entry to the victim’s residence.  The listed property was reported stolen.

BRANDERS BRIDGE RD  1/1  Victim reported the listed property was stolen from his open shed and his barn.

LIVERPOOL CR  6/14  Rivers Bend Apartments.  Victim reported the listed property was stolen from his unlocked gray 1993 Toyota Camry.

Relax...its summer

To start off the summer, consider the following choices in looking for exciting ways to spend your Independence Day.

Weekly events for the rest of the summer

SUNDAY, JUNE 26 - SATURDAY, JULY 3
July 1, Family Nights event on the Village Green, 6 p.m.
 
SUNDAY, JULY 3 - SATURDAY, JULY 9
Fourth of July celebration / holiday weekend 

Be a Hometown Tourist

If your summer is getting off to a slow start or you don’t have enough time or money for a getaway, there is no reason your family can’t have a memorable vacation. Everything you need is right here. Staying close to home means you not only save money, but you avoid the hassels of travel and help support the local economy.

Drive to Arrive campaign began Memorial Day

The Memorial Day holiday marked the official start of the Chesterfield County Police Department’s high-intensity summer traffic safety enforcement campaign, Drive to Arrive.