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KINTAIL DR (8300 block) 03/27/2014 10:00 p.m. - Unknown suspect/s attempted to gain entry into the crawlspace. Suspect/s removed gas cans from storage bin in the victim’s backyard.

Chester Lions celebrate 75 years of operation

The Chester Lions Club celebrates its 75th year of operation and service to this community. The club was originally organized on January 16, 1939 at Chester High School. The Chester Lions became part of the largest service organization in the world.

SPORTS FAMILIES: The Johnsons’ speed, agility garner attention from college scouts

When Robert Johnson Sr. and Tamara Johnson learned they were having a son, it was a celebration. Now the couple has three sons, all of which attended or currently attend L.C. Bird High School. Johnson is living a dream as, beginning in fall 2015, there’s a very good chance he’ll have three sons playing Division-I sports.

SPORTS FAMILIES: Nguyen, lose or draw

It wasn’t until Sunlee and Helen Nguyen’s oldest daughter started playing on the Meadowbrook tennis team as a freshman that tennis exploded with popularity in the Nguyen household. Now, it’s a way of life.

Kibiloski name Curtis Elementary’s teacher of the year

Judy Kibiloski was selected to represent Curtis Elementary School as their Teacher of the Year for the 2014-2015 school year. Mrs. Kibiloski has been teaching Exceptional Education classes at Curtis for seven years, and has been working in Chesterfield County for the past eleven years.

Author shares work with Ettrick students

On Tuesday, March 25, 2014, author, Betty Shepard, visited the fourth and fifth grade students of Ettrick Elementary School. Mrs. Shepard wrote a book called, “Virginia: An Alphabetical Journey Through History.”

Deaths

BENSON, David C., 89, of Chesterfield, husband of Virginia W. Benson.
CAVENAUGH, Virginia Wyatt “Mae,” 92, of Chesterfield, widow of Raymond W. Cavenaugh Sr.

Items lifted from vehicle park at a Jeff Davis 7-Eleven

Crime Solvers needs your help this week to solve a larceny from auto. On Nov. 18, 2013, at approximately 3 a.m., a couple was shopping in the 7-Eleven at 15901 Jefferson Davis Hwy. Upon returning to their vehicle, they noticed several items had been stolen. These items include a cell phone and a Bluetooth device.