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Last Updated: 2010-01-20

Major Crimes Detectives

The Major Crimes Division is comprised of one captain, three lieutenants, 10 sergeants, 67 detectives, two forensic technicians and one photo lab technician.

It includes the units of Homicide, Aggravated Assault, Forensics, Arson and Youth and Family crimes.

Investigators from the Major Crimes unit continually provide information to the victim’s family throughout the course of the case. These investigators are integral to the process of the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office during the presentation and prosecution of the cases.

If you need to reach one of our detectives, please contact them at their phone numbers or e-mail addresses listed here on the website. If you have difficulty reaching a detective or are not sure which detective you need to speak with, please call the Major Crimes main number (804) 646-6741.

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As of April 4, 2020: 14 lives have been lost this year. At this date in 2019, 11 lives were lost.

Name

Date

Location

Angela M. Rector

4/4/2020

3200 block of P Street

Antonio L. Brown Jr.

3/30/2020

1300 block of St. Paul Street

Javon A. Tuck

3/20/2020

1900 block of Mechanicsville Turnpike

Juvenile Victim

3/19/2020

3000 block of Nine Mile Road

Rushard O. Grant

3/16/2020

2200 block of Creighton Road

Keandre N. Robinson

3/7/2020

2200 block of Creighton Road

Ronald D. Cosby

3/4/2020

3200 block of Cliff Avenue

Katrez T. Bryant

2/17/2020

200 block of West Charity Street

Kieshell L. Walker

2/17/2020

Corner of Redd and Coalter Streets

Leon T. Robinson

2/5/2020

1600 block of Mechanicsville Turnpike

Sharmar Hill, Jr.

2/1/2020

1700 block of Southlawn Avenue

Robert M. Willoughby

1/16/2020

1700 block of Bellevue Avenue

William O. Hurt

1/3/2020

2600 block of Chamberlayne Avenue

Amir F. Suluki, II

1/3/2020

900 block of St. Paul Street

** BOLD indicates case has been cleared **


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