HENRICO COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — Henrico Police need the public’s help identifying two people wanted for assault after they were caught on camera attacking a drive-thru employee at a local McDonald’s.
Police have released few details at this time, but said the incident occurred on Saturday, November 9 at the McDonald’s in the 2300 block of Mechanicsville Turnpike.
A massive crash sent 19 people to hospitals as thick fog and ice covered a Virginia highway Sunday.The crash happened around 4:30 a.m. on the eastbound lanes of Interstate 64 near the Nelson-Augusta county lines, Virginia State Police spokeswoman Corrine Geller said.“Heavy fog and icy road conditions are to blame,” Geller said.The driver of a tractor-trailer lost control, and the semi truck filled with mail overturned, state police said.A nearby charter bus wasn’t able to avoided the overturned semi and struck it.“The impact of the crash split the tractor-trailer in half,” Geller said. “The bus ran off the right side of the highway and came to rest against the guardrail.”
FARMVILLE, Va. — Dramatic video shows a car exploding moments after police pulled an unconscious woman from its driver’s seat Friday.
Officers Dalton Foley and Olivia Martin were called to the scene after a single-car crash in Farmville, Virginia, around 4 a.m.
Body camera footage shows the woman trapped in the burning car before an officer pulls out his knife to cut her seatbelt.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Traffic on Lynnhaven Parkway last week came to an abrupt stop when one car nearly hit another when getting into the right lane.
Michael Taylor was directly behind the near-miss. His dash camera was rolling as both cars stopped and the drivers started punching one another.
“My first thought was, ‘What is going on? Why is this happening?'” said Taylor told WTKR on Wednesday.
ROANOKE, Va. (AP) – The Transportation Security Administration says a California man has been cited for having a gun loaded with three bullets in a carry-on bag at an airport in Virginia.
A news release from the TSA says the gun was found at the Roanoke-Blacksburg Regional Airport checkpoint Tuesday morning. Airport police confiscated the gun and cited the man on a weapons charge. His name wasn’t given.
HAMPTON, Va. – In a news conference on Thursday, Hampton Commonwealth’s Attorney Anton Bell said he is charging Julia Tomlin with murder and disposal of a deceased person, setting forth a new direction in the case of 2-year-old Noah Tomlin’s death.
Bell said that the medical examiner reported that two fractures to Noah’s skull were the ultimate cause of the toddler’s death, adding that the injuries were as if a child were to have fallen from a multiple-story building.
“These injuries were not only severe, but horrific, to say the very least,” said Bell.
The Hampton Coroner’s Office also saw signs of blunt force trauma and battered child syndrome when examining Noah’s body, according to Bell. The medical examiner, who was working with an anthropologist, only had a fully recognizable left leg and liver when first examining the toddler.
They were able to find abuse to his body through the work conducted on partial parts and pieces of his remains, added Bell. These abuse signs included “the types of injuries that you would find that would literally stop the growth of bones…due to either some severe disease, such as cancer, or some type of abuse — or even malnutrition.”