A Richmond teenager was jailed Thursday on first-degree robbery charges after police discovered her connection to a Nov. 19 incident.
A complainant told Richmond police she met her friend Josie Eversole on Nov. 19 in the parking lot of the BP gas station on N. Killarney Lane
She got into a vehicle occupied by Eversole and two men the complainant did not know, according to Richmond Police Chief Larry Brock.
“At the time, the complainant reported that she was holding $90 cash in her hand,” Brock said. “Shortly after the complainant entered the vehicle, one of the male occupants pointed a handgun at her.”
The complainant told police Eversole grabbed the $90 from her hand and pushed her from the vehicle, he said.
The vehicle then fled the scene, and a warrant for Eversole’s arrest was issued Nov. 21.
Eversole was located Thursday at her residence and taken into custody without incident, Brock said.
The two male suspects are still being sought by police. Eversole remains in the Madison County Detention Center on a $25,000 cash bond.
• A complainant reported Dec. 8 she had lost her wallet in the parking lot of Madison Bank on Gibson Bay Drive during the afternoon of Dec. 6.
Upon checking her bank accounts the following day, the victim learned that several unauthorized charges had been placed against her credit cards at businesses in both Richmond and Lexington.
The charges made at Richmond stores totaled more than $830. The charges in Lexington are undetermined, according to police.
• A resident of an apartment in the 100 block of Northland Drive reported Dec. 8 a package left at her residence by the U.S. Postal Service on Dec. 2 had been stolen. The package contained a Mickey Mouse Clubhouse rocket from Amazon.com valued at $40.
• A resident of an apartment in the 200 block of Wayne Drive reported Dec. 7 her parked and unlocked vehicle was unlawfully entered overnight and her purse was stolen. The “Thirty-One” brand satchel purse (brown with multi-colored dots) contained a “Thirty-One” brand wallet, brown in color with flower designs; an iPod Nano 4GB with a green cover; $4 in cash; a House on Haunted Hill book; a book about Tarot; and numerous personal identification documents. The estimated loss is $166.
• A resident in the 1000 block of Brandy Lane reported Dec. 7 her debit card had been missing for approximately three days.
“When the resident inquired about obtaining a new card, she learned that three unauthorized charges had been made at businesses in the Richmond area,” Brock said.
The estimated loss is $447.50.
• A complainant reported Dec. 6 a number of items had been stolen from his vehicle while it was parked overnight on Breck Avenue. There were no signs of forced entry into the vehicle, according to police.
The following items were reported missing: a blue Columbia jacket; a gray and black High Sierra backpack; a Texas Instrument calculator; a Five Star five-subject notebook; a Terrorism textbook; and a Moral Problems and Terrorism textbook. The estimated loss is $246.
Anyone with information about these crimes should call the Richmond Police Department at 623-1162.
Ronica Shannon can be reached at email@example.com or 624-6608.