At 1:39 a.m. Saturday, officers responded to a report of multiple shots fired at 313 Second St. SE., where the Bluegrass Grill and Bakery is located.
In my entire career, I never witnessed a single incident of racism by a Charlottesville police officer. Much to the contrary, I witnessed countless acts of courage, compassion, and selflessness in service without consideration of race.
Charlottesville police said an officer witnessed a verbal disorder Saturday in the 1000 block of West Main Street.
The announcement did little to clarify the reasons for either employment decision, but followed months of behind the scenes struggles that were recently brought to public attention.
August 2017 was also the catalyst for the Charlottesville Police Department to remove our blinders and confront systemic racism in our own institution and the systems of criminal justice.
In response, the city said the survey and the release of its results occurred during “a difficult reorganization and the recent terminations of employment of members of the city’s SWAT Team.”
Police said the department has received 185 calls for shots fired since Jan. 1
No one was injured by the shots and no damage to property was reported.
Charlottesville police responded to reports of gunshots fired in the area of the 700 block of Prospect Avenue at 11:35 p.m. Tuesday. The firin…
In one of the instances, witnesses said a rap video was being made on a playground at Westhaven when multiple subjects opened fire on the group.
The suspect held a handgun and was last seen running eastbound on Bolling Avenue. No injuries were reported.
Charlottesville police arrested Justin Kyle Sadacca, 38, of Charlottesville, on Tuesday on charges of object sexual penetration by force relat…
Tuesday's incident marked the 87th confirmed case of gunfire in the city this year, according to police.
Alexander Antonio Rogers, 32, is being sought after a man was found with a gunshot wound to the chest in the 700 block of Prospect Avenue.
The lawsuit alleges former Officer Joseph Wood and five unidentified officers violated LaQuinn Gilmore's First, Fourth and 14th Amendment rights during a January unlawful detention.
The Charlottesville Police Department is investigating three separate shots fired incidents.
The homicide is the second around South First Street public housing in the past two months.
Lenny Ricardo Dortch, 41, of Portsmouth was arrested on Wednesday and charged with rape and abduction with the intent to defile.
CPD asked for those who live near where the crime occurred to share any video footage from doorbell cameras, Ring cameras or other home security systems.
Tanya Renee Wheeler is the third homicide victim in Charlottesville this month.