Authorities believe they have successfully tracked down one of two individuals accused of stealing four books from the campus bookstore of the University of Richmond.
Four Virginia teenagers residing at a nonsecure housing facility designed for juvenile status offenders have additional charges to fight after police say they left the home in the middle of the night, stole a pick-up truck and ended up crashing the vehicle through the front of a home in Woodbridge.
Authorities are trying to pin the blame for an entire string of robberies on a recently arrested man from Farmville, Va. The man, who police think might have worked with an accomplice, is already facing theft charges in connection with a stolen vehicle.
A man from Richmond, Virginia, decided that he would not try to fight his criminal charges, instead, pleading guilty in a federal court. The 49-year-old man was recently accused of stealing a truck. However, this was not just any ordinary auto theft.
A 28-year-old Virginia man has been charged with five counts of grand larceny and other charges for allegedly stealing copper from power substations.
A 45-year-old woman who had worked as a parking lot attendant in Northern Virginia has admitted to the theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars in parking revenues.
Five Virginia residents are facingcriminal charges after allegedly taking part in burglaries that netted cigarettes.
A Staunton, Virginia, man has pleaded guilty to a variety of theft charges. The man, 21, entered his plea to two counts of grand larceny, as well as a count of credit-card theft and another of selling stolen property. Under Virginia law, he could have received as long as six months in jail, but the judge gave him credit for time served.
The juvenile theft crime of choice in Manassas, Virginia, these days appears to be the pilfering of running shoes. Police in Manassas have received numerous reports recently of teenagers meeting up with people who want to sell shoes, finishing the transaction by running off with them instead of paying for them.
Two men convicted as part of a Virginia theft ring are the latest and final people to have been sentenced for their role in a string of burglaries at a variety of businesses and residences.