The Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program needs help to identify a man who robbed the BP Gas Station at 4224 Beulah Road on June 4. The masked suspect entered the store at about 9:25 p.m., walked past customers, went behind the counter and pointed a gun at the clerk. He pushed the clerk from the register, stole money and fled the area in a dark sedan that was waiting at the corner of Beulah Road and Fuqua Avenue.
MEADOWDALE BL 9/01 Walgreens. The victim and witness were sitting in a vehicle in the parking lot when an unknown suspect approached the vehicle, opened the door and got inside. The suspect displayed a gun and demanded the victim’s money. After receiving the money, the suspect exited the vehicle and left on foot.
Weekly calendar of events beginning September 8, 2010 through September 16, 2010.
They’re not police officers, rescue workers or firefighters, but, usually behind the scenes and often after hours, they work to keep life running smoothly in Chesterfield. Wilbert Boyd, Jr., a senior labor crew chief in the water distribution’s operations and maintenance section, helps maintain Chesterfield County’s water system. He’s been with the county 13 years.
Three neighbors huddled over a map showing a third rail being added along the CSX rail line in Chester. The Chester Station subdivision residents focused on a thin green line that ran adjacent to the existing rail line and through their backyards.
After a lengthy public hearing last week, the Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to deny a request from Shoosmith Bros. Inc. that would have allowed the company to bring out-of-state waste into the section of the landfill permitted in 1997.
Local ground metal artist Steven Lloyd will be exhibiting at the Chester Library this month. His works will be on display throughout the month of September. An opening reception for Lloyd will be held from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 4. The event will be sponsored by the Chesterfield Center for the Arts Foundation.
Area students Caitlin Schoemmell and Alia Fagerburg recently competed at the Southern Regional 4-H Horse Championships in Clemson, S.C., according to information from Julie Grimes. The two represented Classic Equestrians 4-H, led by Gaynor Hay and Andrea Gerhard.