The incident began with a ShotSpotter activiation in the area of 4th St and Macdonald Ave shortly before noon.
The three victims were standing outside of a liquor store.
William Eberly had just gotten off work as a correctional sergeant at San Quentin Prison and came across a crash on eastbound Interstate 80 near Macdonald Avenue in Richmond.
The family of a Richmond man killed by a hit and run driver is appealing to the public for help in finding the person responsible.
The department announced Thursday that Sgt. Virgil Thomas had died due to COVID-19 after serving as a police officer for 24 years in Richmond, as well as time with the Albany and Novato police departments before that.
Richmond Police Sgt. Virgil Thomas has died due to complications from the COVID-19 coronavirus, the department said Thursday.
The warning was level one, the lowest on the scale, and was issued because the smoke was visible.
The city of Richmond is breaking barriers. Bisa French is becoming the first female police chief in the 110-year history of the Richmond Police Department. French spoke to KTVU for her first sit-down interview since her promotion was announced.
Bisa French becomes the first Black woman to lead the department, seven years after she became its first Black woman captain.
Police Chief Bisa French a 22-year veteran of the Richmond Police Department, has held several positions in the department, including detective, sergeant, lieutenant, captain and assistant chief.
Oakland City Council members approved a settlement Tuesday with Richmond resident Najari Smith, who was stopped by police in 2018 for allegedly playing music too loud from a trailer attached to a bicycle he was on.
An award-winning Bay Area author is advancing the conversation about racism and offering opportunity for dialogue, following incidents during which she was targeted for the color of her skin.
Chris Magnus first gained nationwide attention in 2014 for holding a sign reading “Black Lives Matter” at a peaceful protest. He was criticized by his department’s rank-and-file for doing so in uniform.
The mural says, “REPARATIONS NOW #THEBLACKBAYAREA.”
Sara Zendehnam reports.
The San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority resumed service Monday on its Richmond route for the first time since closing in mid-March due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Police received a report around 2:10 p.m. Monday of a woman on the ground bleeding and a man standing near her at a residence on the 1200 block of Club Court, according to Richmond police spokesman Sgt. Aaron Pomeroy.
A Richmond Police Department sergeant describes the shocking scene of a man caught by police cannibalizing his grandmother. The suspect was tased by police before a struggle ensued where he was arrested.
Police said they responded to a Richmond residence after a report of a disturbance. When officers arrived, they said they caught the man in the act of cannibalizing the victim.
According to CHP, a White GMC SUV was traveling on westbound 580 at Regatta just after 1 p.m. when the vehicle was struck by multiple bullets.