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Revolver wielding Man Robs Bank
March 12, 1999
A man armed with a small revolver held up the Peninsula Trust Bank on Richmond Road, Williamsburg police said. Thursday. He walked up to teller, handed her a plastic bag and demanded that she fill it up with $100 and $50 bills, said Lt. Robert Smith. At one point, as she was complying, he grabbed her wrist, causing a bracelet she was wearing to cut her skin slightly. Smith said police believe the man was in a hurry to go, not deliberately trying to hurt the woman.
Pair Rob Chanello’s Employee
By Daily Press March 4, 1999
Two armed men burst into Chanello’s Pizza through the unlocked back door just after midnight Wednesday, Williamsburg police said. While one waited by the door, the other pointed a silver revolver at an employee’s face. He ordered the employee to open the cash register and get on the floor, then helped himself to money out of the drawer. He ripped the phones out of the walls at the Richmond Road carryout before the two fled out the back door, said Deputy Police Chief Dave Sloggie.2 Teens Suspected In Heists
By DAVID CHERNICKY Daily Press September 19, 1998
Two teen aged boys who helped themselves to a pair of $130 Timberland boots at an A N store Thursday may be the duo who used a revolver in stealing four pairs at another A N three days earlier. The pair is also suspected of robbing a convenience store Wednesday afternoon. Police estimated the two are between 14 and 16 years old. One of the juveniles carried a black revolver in two of the robberies, police said. In the most recent incident, two teen agers browsed the boots at the A N at Coliseum Crossing in Hampton before selecting a pair of Timberlands to try on, acting store manager Debbie Hice said Friday.
In the past six years in the Newport News and Hampton school districts, three out of every four schools have had at least one new principal. Jenkins Elementary School in Newport News is an extreme case. There have been three principals in three years, Daily Press reporter Kimberly Miller noted Wednesday in a story on principal turnover rates. Many public schools and school systems need to be shaken up. Nor is it anything Gillen will have framed. After investigating the April 6 incident, a detective on Tuesday charged Patricia Harding Davis, 32, with two counts of felony child endangerment. The incident began with a 911 call from a neighbor saying Davis was firing a gun in her back yard in the 1900 block of Beall Drive. Police discovered the armed woman had moved inside with her children, ages 7 and 11, Cpl. Officers who investigated the incident found “no criminal intent” on Charlie Brennaman’s part when he fired two shots from a .38 caliber revolver as he chased a suspected purse snatcher through the Circle Mobile Homes trailer park at Jefferson Avenue and Mercury Boulevard, police spokesman Pete Edgette said.