Information Sought in Robbery

HANOVER, Va. – Investigators are seeking the public’s help with any information in connection to a robbery that was reported on April 29 at approximately 12 p.m. at a residence in the 8300 block of Whippoorwill Road.

Here, the victim reported that she was approached by three black males wearing masks outside of her residence who displayed handguns.  They forced the victim back into the residence, stole valuables, and then fled on foot in an unknown direction.  The victim sustained minor injuries, which did not require medical treatment.

Anyone who has any information about this incident 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 text Crime Stoppers at 274637 (CRIMES), using the keyword “iTip” followed by their tip. Both Crime Stoppers methods are anonymous.

*** Posted 8/26/2013 *** Vehicle Security


Recently there have been several vehicles that have been rummaged through and items stolen from these vehicles. The vehicles in this incident were not broken into, because they were unlocked. Please be pro-active and remove your valuables from your vehicle and then lock your vehicles. Also, please keep your garage door shut if you are not in it or working out of it and please lock your pedestrian door to your garage as well as the door leading from your garage into your home. If you have any information about these larcenies please call 365-6140.

If you see suspicious people, vehicles or activity at any time please call the Sheriff’s Office at 365-6140 or if it an emergency dial 911.

 

*** Posted 9/9/2013 *** Hanover County Sheriff’s Office – News Release

 For Immediate Release – September 9, 2013

UPDATE: This afternoon, Hanover investigators arrested Mark F. Vaden, 53, of the 9100 block of Fetlock Drive in Mechanicsville, in connection to one of these break-ins, which occurred this past weekend in the Fox Head subdivision. The investigation is ongoing and it is not yet clear if Vaden is responsible for two similar break-ins in the Milestone and Royal Glen neighborhoods.

Vaden has been charged with one count of burglary, which is a felony. He is being held at Pamunkey Regional Jail in Hanover County without bond and is scheduled to appear for an arraignment in Hanover General District Court at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow.

Kevin and Tracy LeStourgeon

Congratulations to Kevin and Tracy LeStourgeon for being our latest Home of the Month and gift card recipient. As you can see from the pictures, Kevin and Tracy have put a lot of care, time and planning into the landscaping of their home over the years. I’ve been told that Tracy is the designer and Kevin does the back work. Drive by their home on Lesfield Ct. and you will get a better look.!!

Be on the look out for who will be next months winner, it could be you!!!!

Fox Head September Home of the Month 001

PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the Hanover County Board of Supervisors has set Tuesday, November 26, 2013, at 7:00 P.M., in the Board Room of the Hanover County Government Building at Hanover Courthouse, Hanover, Virginia, as the date, date, time and place for a public hearing to consider the following cases, at which public comments will be accepted:

COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT
CPA-13-01

REZONINGS
C-22-92(c) AM.1-13
C-29-03(c) AM. 3-13
C-46-04(c) AM. 1-13
C-11-12(c)

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT
CUP-4-13

ORDINANCE AMENDMENT
13-13

See attached file below for the details.

Public Notice 11-15-13

Fox Head News Letter Update: 11/01/2013

Foxtober Pig Roast Event

Our first annual Pig Roast cookout was held this past Saturday. If you were unable to make it, you missed a great community event. We had the largest turnout of any event at Fox Head. Everyone that attended, even with a little rain, had a great time. The food was excellent ,and we had plenty for everyone. Thanks to the many homeowners that brought dishes to share with all. We have a few baking dishes and a pie server that was left. Please let us know if they are yours. We are also looking for a red and white cooler that belongs to Jim Benjamin that was pick up by mistake during the clean up.

For entertainment,we had a GIANT 21′ outdoor move screen and sound system to watch a fun move, Hocus Pocus. It looked like the adults were enjoying the move as much as the children. The fresh popped popcorn was also a big hit. Overall it was a great time to enjoy good food and spend some time with your family and get to know your neighbores.

We hope to build on this event next year. If anyone has suggestions for next year, let us know.

Fox Head News Letter Update: 10/01/2013

Thanks to everyone that signed up to receive emails from the Fox Head Board. We will keep emails limited to current events or important topics. Additional information will continue to be posted on our web site, so please check that out as well, www.foxhead.org.

#1 -Community Yard Sale – October 5, 2013 from 8am – 1pm
Signs are up as well as ad posted in Richmond Times
Great time to clean out some of that old stuff in the garage or attic and earn a little cash!!!

#2 – Foxtober Pig Roast
This is the first time we have tried this type of community event. The response has been outstanding. This will be the largest function ever here in Fox Head. We hope this will become an annual event and we will build on it for the future .
Listed below is an outline:
Location – Jump Circle
Time – October 19th, 5pm – 8pm or longer – rain or shine
Food – Pig Roast w/ baked beans, cole slaw and corn bread
hot dogs, snacks, drinks & ice cream
If you would like to bring a side dish or your favorite dessert to share with your neighbores, that would be great !!!!
****BYOB****
Entertainment – 16′ Giant movie screen to show a feature film for the children, G rated – Starting at dusk 6:30 pm est.
Music – Ipod with a wide variety of music,connected to an outdoor speaker. If you have any tunes you want to hear, bring them with you.. The dance floor will be open.
We will have some canopies set up as well as tables for the food and drinks.
Bring chairs as well as blankets for the kids to watch the movie.

#3 – Home of the Month
Congratulations to Kevin and Tracy LeStourgeon for being our latest Home of the Month and gift card recipient. Kevin and Tracy have put a lot of care, time and planning into the landscaping of their home over the years. I’ve been told that Tracy is the designer and Kevin does the back work. Drive by their home on Lesfield Ct. and you will get a better look.!!

Thanks,
Your Fox Head Board