Tire slashing suspects arrested

Chesterfield County Police have arrested five people, including two juveniles, in connection with tire slashings that occurred in the Stoney Glen, Ashley Forest and Chester Village Green subdivisions last month.

Danny L. Bucy, 19, Javon U. Anthony, 19, and Tiffany L. Berry, 19, along with a 17-year-old male and a 16-year old female, were recently arrested in relation to the incidents.

Bucy, of the 25000 block of James Avenue in Dinwiddie, and the 17-year-old male have also been charged in relation to a burglary that occurred on Nov. 14 in the 2500 block of Mistwood Forest Drive.

The tire slashings occurred in the Stoney Glen subdivision on Tuesday, Nov. 8, in the Ashley Forest subdivision on Wednesday, Nov. 9, and in Chester Village Green on Sunday, Nov. 20. Together, these incidents involved 39 victims and approximately $32,500 in property damage.

Bucy faces a total of 27 charges, including conspiracy to commit a felony, breaking and entering, grand larceny and both misdemeanor and felony vandalism. Anthony, of the 2700 block of Mistwood Forest Drive, faces a total of 14 charges, including conspiracy to commit a felony and both misdemeanor and felony vandalism. Berry, of the 3500 block of Chesdin Boulevard in Dinwiddie, faces three charges, including conspiracy to commit a felony and misdemeanor vandalism. The 17-year-old male faces a total of 20 charges, including conspiracy to commit a felony, breaking and entering, grand larceny and both misdemeanor and felony vandalism. The 16-year-old female faces four charges, including conspiracy to commit a felony and misdemeanor vandalism.

These suspects are also believed to be involved in a tire slashing that occurred in Colonial Heights last month.

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