The police chief of Boynton Beach, Fla., a city in Palm Beach County on Florida's eastern coast, has been tapped as Chesterfield County's new police chief, according to sources.The selection of Jeffrey S. Katz, 45, who was appointed Boynton Beach police chief in September 2013, is to be announced at a 2 p.m. press conference Tuesday on the steps of Chesterfield's Historic 1917 Courthouse at 10011 Iron Bridge Road.Katz will succeed Col. Thierry G. Dupuis, who retired Sept. 1 after a 40-year...
A pre-dawn fire that destroyed Centenary United Methodist Church in far western Chesterfield County last week has been ruled accidental, although investigators could not determine the exact cause.“After completing their investigation, fire investigators have ruled out anything suspicious,” said Lt. Jason Elmore, a spokesman for Chesterfield Fire & EMS.Although the precise cause could not be determined, Elmore said investigators believe the fire started near the front of the church because of...
Murder, firearm and gang participation charges were withdrawn Wednesday against a fourth alleged gang member whom authorities linked to last year's illegal "mansion party" that ended with the fatal shootings of two young partygoers.Tevon J. Todd, 19, is the fourth of the seven defendants to have all charges dropped in connection with the deadly, Sept. 4, 2016, party at a home still under construction in the upscale community of Chesdin Landing.
Life-saving actions of four Chesterfield deputies, who prevented inmate from killing himself, is good news story amid scrutiny of controversial prisoner deaths in other Virginia jails. https://t.co/yI04uGTE4F
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Selecting a term
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