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UPDATE – Hanover County Sheriff’s Office investigators have arrested and charged two suspects in connection to the robbery that took place on June 14, 2018, in Mechanicsville.
On the evening of June 21, 2018, investigators arrested Kenequa T. Allmond, 23, and Courtney E. Fultz, 31, both from Newport News, VA. Both individuals have been charged with Robbery, Grand Larceny and Illegal Use of Tear Gas, all of which are felonies.
Both suspects are currently incarcerated at Pamunkey Regional Jail and are being held without bond. Images of the suspects are attached.
“We are extremely proud of the teamwork displayed by our investigators and law enforcement partners from the Newport News and Hampton Police Departments in quickly bringing these two individuals to justice. We would also like to extend our sincere appreciation to our media partners for communicating this information to the public which ultimately led to their arrests. Together, as partners, we continue to protect and serve our community,” said Colonel David R. Hines, sheriff.
Kenequa Allmond Courtney Fultz
Hanover, VA – The Hanover County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the pictured individuals.
On the evening of June 14, 2018, deputies responded to the 7200 block of Battle Hill Drive for a reported robbery. The two female suspects (photographs attached) entered the business and proceeded directly to the electronics section. Once there, the suspects selected merchandise, concealed it in an empty stroller and then proceeded to leave the business.
As the suspects were exiting the business, a loss prevention associate confronted the suspects about the concealed merchandise. Suspect 2 then sprayed the loss prevention associate in the face with what is believed to be mace and both fled from the store with the stolen merchandise.
Both suspects were seen fleeing the area in a black vehicle with no front license plate.
Anyone with additional information about this incident, or who can help identify the suspects, is asked to contact the Hanover County Sheriff’s Office at (804) 365-6140 or the Metro Richmond Crime Stoppers at (804) 780-1000. Citizens can also download the “P3 Tips” app for their mobile device to submit their tip. Both Crime Stoppers methods are anonymous.