Friday, June 5, 2020

Crime

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Three shot while barbecuing in Richmond

Three shot while barbecuing in Richmond

Three men were shot and injured while having a barbecue in Richmond Wednesday evening, police said. At 7:13 p.m., Richmond police responded to a Shotspotter gunshot detection activation in the 400 block of Marina Way...
Richmond's homicide victim was respected youth football coach

Richmond homicide victim was respected youth football coach

By Mike Kinney Anthony Ramsey Jr., 43, a Richmond resident and respected youth football coach, has been identified as the victim of a fatal shooting in Richmond on Thursday, the city's first homicide of 2020. At...
Three shot while barbecuing in Richmond

Richmond: fatal shooting victim crashes car into lightpole

A 43-year-old man was fatally shot before he crashed into a light pole at 45th Street and Cutting Boulevard Thursday, marking the city's first homicide of 2020, police said. At about 6:20 p.m., police responded...
Arrest in Richmond related to Berkeley homicide

Arrest in Richmond connected to Berkeley homicide

A Richmond man was arrested Saturday in connection with a homicide in Berkeley, police said. A Standard reader sent over photos from the scene of the arrest Saturday. The reader said a heavily armed SWAT...
Three shot while barbecuing in Richmond

El Cerrito police investigate shooting on Ohlone Greenway

El Cerrito police are investigating a shooting that injured a man on the Ohlone Greenway on Friday. Just after 3 p.m., police were called to a shooting on the pathway just north of Blake Street...
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Richmond: Man’s death after violent police encounter under investigation

A man's death two days after he was involved in a violent encounter with Richmond police officers is being jointly investigated by the Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office and the Richmond Police Department. At...
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Contra Costa DA says coronavirus price gougers will be prosecuted

The Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office is encouraging community members to report any incident of price gouging, which is illegal under the current State of Emergency stemming from the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19,...
Richmond traffic stop leads to seizure of guns, ammunition and body armor

Richmond traffic stop leads to seizure of guns, bullets and body armor

A police traffic stop in Richmond on Sunday resulted in the seizure of the firearms, ammunition and illegal body armor. Richmond police K-9 Officer Brandon Hodges and Officer Alyssa Alvarado conducted the traffic stop for...
Three shot while barbecuing in Richmond

El Cerrito police: Resident on Cutting Blvd. fatally shoots intruder

The resident of a home on Cutting Boulevard fatally shot a suspected burglar early Saturday, according to the El Cerrito Police Department. Police responded to the home at 1:13 a.m. after a female resident reported...
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Richmond: former P.E. teacher sentenced to 3 years in prison

A former Richmond High physical education teacher and soccer coach was sentenced to three years in state prison and will register as a sex offender for the rest of his life after he pleaded...

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Amid social unrest, diversity celebrated in Richmond

Amid social unrest, diversity celebrated in Richmond

An annual pledge to diversity and inclusion is taking place in Richmond this month with the raising of the Juneteenth and LGBT Pride flags...
FBI seeks help to ID van involved in shooting of federal officers

FBI seeks help to ID van involved in shooting of federal officers

The FBI San Francisco Division is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a white van used in the shooting of two federal officers...
Richmond librarians to rally against possible cuts

Richmond librarians to rally against possible cuts

By Kathy Chouteau A collective of local librarians, activists and community members are protesting possible cuts to Richmond Public Libraries’ services as it considers how...