Showing posts with label Robbery. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Robbery. Show all posts

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Public Notice: Attorney Verbena M Askew Being Sued

Filed in King William County, Virginia yesterday, January 22nd, 2019 is a suit that names Verbena M Askew of the Verbena M Askew law firm of Hampton, Virginia.  The charges are as follows, Premeditated Extortion, Grand Larceny, Conspiracy Against rights, robbery, intimidation and Continuing Financial Crimes of Enterprise are just a few of the crimes named in the suit.  A commercial lean has been placed on her and her law firm.  We have a copy of this suit and have verified it's claims.

(By:  Liberty Law)

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Gloucester Pawn Shop Theft Video From WAVY 10 News

Gloucester Pawn Shop located at the 4900 block of route 17, George Washington Memorial Highway was robbed a few nights ago by a group of at least 3.  Above is the video from WAVY TV 10 that shows some of the surveillance video of the robbery while it was in progress.

  The Sheriff's department is not claiming to have any leads on this at the present time and is asking for help in solving this crime.  You can report any information yo have on this to the Sheriff's department here in Gloucester or if you are one of the culprits, you are free to turn yourself in.

  If you are not comfortable with reporting any leads to the Sheriff's department, you may contact us with any information and we will act as a go between while not revealing your private information at any time.  You can contact us through our email that is linked above in the contact us section of the site.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

How To Legally Refuse A Speeding Ticket

From YouTube;

DISCLAIMER: The opinions, thoughts, beliefs and claims made by the participant are not my own and do not necessarily reflect my own just as any video I author is not representative of their thoughts, beliefs, opinions or claims.

What Rodney's case proves is that department such as your local police department are private contractors but more correctly, corporations. They are not part of the state government and therefore no delegation of authority has been issued to them.

They are private contractors out to collect a bounty and generate revenue for the local courts which are also private contractors.
They have neither legal or lawful authority. 

It's the same as Taco Bell being hired under contract by the city to send out employees to create claims against you for speeding or littering, arming them with guns so you are afraid and then consent into signing a contract which results in a hearing to be arbitrated by a judge who isn't actually acting as a judge at these hearings.

His case ruling serves as Case Law AKA Common Law and can be introduced into your case filed against any of these fictitious departments posing as state offices authorized departments and agencies.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Two wanted for attempted robbery of Gloucester tobacco shop

February 4, 2014, by Holly Henry

Gloucester, Va. – Two men are wanted in the attempted robbery of a local tobacco shop, according to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office.
On February 2, 2014 at 10:08 p.m., the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 2000 block of George Washington Memorial Highway in reference to an attempted robbery of High Tyde Trading & Tobacco.
The victim, who works at the store, indicated that two males entered the business and demanded money. One of the suspects implied that he had a weapon, however, officials say there was no weapon produced.
The suspects in this case are described as a white male approximately 5’7 with a heavier build, wearing a ski mask and black or dark clothing, and shoulder length hair. The other suspect is described as a black male with a slender build, approximately 5’10, wearing a ski mask and black or dark clothing.
A struggle ensued between one of the suspects and the clerk, while the other suspect attempted to remove the cash register from the store.
The clerk was able to successfully retain the cash register and no property was said to have been removed by the suspects, officials say.
The suspects ran away towards a nearby 7-Eleven store, and were no longer in the area once law enforcement arrived.
The Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office is asking for assistance in identifying the two suspects in this case. Anyone with information about this case is asked to call the Peninsula Crime Stoppers at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP or the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office.

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Saturday, June 22, 2013


English: The state seal of Virginia. Српски / ...
English: The state seal of Virginia. Српски / Srpski: Застава америчке савезне државе Вирџиније. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
RICHMONDVirginia’s official and only comprehensive report on local and statewide crime figures for 2012 is now available online at the Virginia State Police Web site at, under “Forms & Publications.” The detailed document, titled Crime in Virginia, provides precise rates and occurrences of crimes committed in towns, cities and counties across the Commonwealth. The report breaks down criminal offenses by the reporting agency as well as arrests by jurisdiction.

The following 2012 crime trends within Virginia are presented in the report:
ü   Virginia experienced a decline in violent crime (murder, rape, robbery and aggravated assault) of 3.0 percent compared to 2011; the FBI figures for the same period of time are not yet available.
ü   Property crime such as burglary, larceny and motor vehicle theft decreased 3.3 percent; the FBI figures for the same period of time are not yet available.
ü   The homicide rate increased slightly for 2012 (3.86) compared to 2011 (3.77) per 100,000 population. Based on the ages reported, victims tended to be older than offenders; 23 percent of homicide victims were 50 years of age or older, while only 6 percent of offenders were in the same age group.
ü   Motor vehicle thefts and attempted thefts decreased 8.0 percent.  Of the 8,988 motor vehicles stolen, 4,729 or slightly over one-half were recovered (52.6%). Automobiles and trucks stolen had the highest percent recovered (62.4 percent, 62.9 percent), while recreational and “other” motor vehicles (motorcycles, mopeds, snowmobiles, etc.) had the lowest percent recovered (35.6 percent, 32.5 percent). Four out-of-ten (40.3 percent) of all motor vehicle offenses were reported stolen from the location of residence or home. The value of all motor vehicles stolen was $59,806,194, while the value recovered was $33,021,149 (52.2 percent).
ü   Drug and narcotic offenses showed slight decreases in 2009 (-2.5%) and 2008 (-3.5%). For the past three years drug offenses have increased compared to the previous year (5.3 percent in 2010, 7.1 percent in 2011 and 9.4 percent for 2012).
ü   Fraud offenses increased by 7.5 percent when compared to 2011.
ü   Robbery decreased 13.2 percent. Of the 4,729 robberies and attempted robberies, 37 percent took place between 8 pm. and midnight. The days of the week showed little variability with the most robberies occurring on Saturdays (16 percent) and the fewest on Thursdays (13 percent).
ü   Of the weapons reported, firearms were the most frequently used in homicides (71 percent) and robberies (57 percent). 
There were 143 hate crimes reported in 2012. Nearly two-thirds (63 percent) were racially or ethnically motivated. Bias toward sexual orientation was next highest (19 percent) while bias toward religion comprised 16 percent. The remaining 2 percent reported was attributed to a bias against a victim’s physical or mental disability. The offense of destruction/damage/vandalism of property was associated in just over half of all reported bias motivated crimes (51 percent).

The report employs an Incident Based Reporting (IBR) method for calculating offenses, thus allowing for greater accuracy. IBR divides crimes into two categories: Group A for serious offenses including violent crimes (murder, forcible rape, robbery and aggravated assault), property crimes and drug offenses, and Group B for what are considered less serious offenses such as trespassing, disorderly conduct, bad checks and liquor law violations where an arrest has occurred.

For Group A offenses, between 2011 and 2012, adult arrests in Virginia decreased less than one percent (-0.88 percent). Juvenile arrests for Group A offenses decreased 11.8 percent statewide during the same period of time. Crime in Virginia reports that Group B arrests decreased 5.1 percent for adults, and decreased 5.8 percent for juveniles between 2011 and 2012. For both Group A and Group B offenses, there were a total of 355,595 arrests in 2011 compared to 341,557 arrests in 2012, representing a decrease of 3.9 percent.

Per state mandate, the Department of Virginia State Police serves as the primary collector of crime data from participating Virginia state and local police departments and sheriffs’ offices. The data are collected by the Virginia State Police Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division via an automated system, and then compiled into Crime in Virginia, an annual report for use by law enforcement, elected officials, media and the general public. These data become the official crime statistics for the Commonwealth and are sent to the FBI which modifies and incorporates them in their annual report, Crime in the United States.
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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Gloucester, VA Man Arrested In 7-Eleven Robbery

GLOUCESTER — A Gloucester man was arrested early Monday morning following an armed robbery at a 7-Eleven in the Wicomico area.
A clerk called the Gloucester Sheriff's Office at about 12:30 a.m. Monday to say that a man armed with a handgun and with distinctive large black eye glasses and wearing a black hooded jacket, black pants and gloves and with a red bandanna covering the lower portion of his face entered the store and demanded money, said Maj. Ryan Cookson. After receiving an undisclosed amount of cash, the suspect fled the store on foot, Cookson said.
Within two hours investigators arrested Stephen Thomas Reaves, of the 2400 block of Winfred Road.

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Thursday, September 6, 2012

Gloucester, VA - Three in custody following Gloucester armed robbery

10:00 a.m. EDTSeptember 4, 2012

GLOUCESTER — A Hampton teen, a Gloucester man and a New York man are in custody on armed robbery charges after they allegedly brandished handguns early Saturday morning before taking cash and other items from victims sitting in a vehicle at Damon's Sports Bar & Grill.
The Gloucester County Sheriff's Office received the report of the armed robbery at 2:49 a.m., said Lt. Scott Little. The victims said three perpetrators ran up to their vehicle with bandannas covering faces while flashing handguns.
After obtaining cash and other items, the three suspects left in a dark Nissan Sentra. A short time later on Hickory Fork Road, Gloucester Sheriff's deputies saw a vehicle matching that description traveling east and attempted to stop it. A short pursuit followed until the vehicle stopped on Ashley Street.  
One suspect fled from the vehicle while the other three were taken into custody, Little said. Arrested on charges of robbery, grand larceny, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony were Morris Kristen Persaud, 25, of Queens, N.Y., and Malcolm William Minerve, 24, of Sherwood Drive in Gloucester

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