The Richmond Register

July 1, 2013

Home invasion, robbery reported on Summit Street


Register Staff Report

RICHMOND — On Friday, residents of an apartment in the 300 block of Summit Street reported that two men forcibly entered their home and robbed them.

Officers responded to the robbery report at approximately 11:28 p.m. They met with the two residents who reported that a knock was heard at their door, and when they asked who it was, the door was forced open and two men entered.

The intruders pushed one of the residents against the wall while the other fled out a rear window. The resident who was unable to escape told the officers he was punched, kicked and a wallet was forcibly removed from his person.

The long, black leather wallet was attached to a chain on the victim’s belt which was broken. The wallet contained $450 in cash, a $100 Kroger gift card, and personal identification documents.

While this was occurring, the other intruder removed a black Dynex 32-inch LCD television from the residence. The intruders then fled in a vehicle.

The victims could offer no description of the vehicle and could describe the suspects only as black males wearing all-black clothing, one slender and one heavier. Estimated loss: $810.

Shots fired, woman cited

An Irvine View woman was charged with second-degree wanton endangerment early Saturday after she fired nine rounds from a pistol, according to a Richmond police report.

Belinda L. Livingston, 41, Irvine View, was cited and released, the report stated.

Police responded to Livingston’s residence at 3:30 a.m. to investigate a report that shots were being fired. Upon arrival, officers encountered Livingston and three other individuals and found nine expended shell casings at the front of the home.

They determined that Livingston had fired a handgun in the air several times, the police report stated.  

Anyone with information regarding the above listed cases is asked to contact the Richmond Police Department at 859-623-1162.