Saturday, August 8, 2020

Crime

View the latest crime news from Richmond, California including breaking news and updates to any older crime news stories.

Toddler discovered walking alone on Ohio Avenue in Richmond

Richmond police provide tips to prevent home break-ins

Crime in Richmond might be down, but the Richmond Police Department are cautioning residents to continue protecting themselves from home break-ins and other property crimes. “Property crimes still occur all over the city at all...

74-year-old man dies after being struck by car on Rheem Avenue in Richmond

A 74-year-old man died after being struck by a car on the 3500 block of Rheem Avenue in Richmond Sunday night, police said. The man, identified as Richmond resident Richard Miner, suffered critical head injuries...
One dead, two injured in Richmond shooting that followed argument

Keven Hall, 20, identified as victim of fatal Richmond shooting that injured two others

Keven Hall, 20, of Richmond has been identified as the man who was fatally wounded in Richmond on Sunday afternoon in a shooting that injured two others, police said. Also, the suspect who was arrested...

RPD seizes gun from a DUI driver

The Richmond Police Department pulled another weapon off the streets this week – this time a .40 caliber, semi-automatic pistol from a suspected DUI driver, police said. Around 12:40 am Friday, police saw a man...

RPD seizes loaded gun with 30-round magazine

The streets of Richmond are a little safer this week after the Richmond Police Department seized a loaded gun with a 30-round magazine, authorities said. On Monday night, Richmond police were attempting to contact a...

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Proposed Richmond business tax change faces pushback

Richmond council places business tax change on November ballot

Richmond City Council on Tuesday voted to place a measure on the November ballot to change the city's business tax structure despite vehement opposition...
Kennedy teacher’s art works set for de Young exhibition

Kennedy High teacher’s artworks set for de Young exhibition

By Kathy Chouteau A Richmond teacher is “on the edge” of fulfilling his lifelong dream. Steve Mainini, who has worked as a visual arts teacher...
County no longer eyeing purchase of Hilltop Marriott to serve homeless

County no longer eyeing purchase of Hilltop Marriott to serve homeless

By Mike Kinney Contra Costa County is no longer looking to purchase the 190-unit Hilltop Courtyard by Marriott in Richmond for the purpose of developing...