Here’s what we know so far.
We’re calling this a homicide because it has been officially termed as such by the Richmond Police Department. Before you tell us we’ve missed one–was it actually a death investigation (often self-defense)? Was it within city limits? Did the person die of wounds received in a different year? All of those deaths do not get officially counted as Richmond homicides for this year.
Herbert L. Brown, age 32 of the 6000 block of Claypoint Road, Chesterfield.
His obituary reads:
Herbert Leroy Brown, Jr. of Chesterfield, departed this life April 10, 2016. He is survived by his parents, Deborah and Herbert L. Brown Sr.; two sisters, Nichelle Jones (Larry) and Mia Horne (Levell); brother, Bruce Branch; and a host of other relatives and friends.
- Friday, April 15th • 2:00 PM
- Spring Creek Baptist Church, 5130 Woolridge Road
- Dr. Micah L. McCreary, officiating
- Interment private
- Where: 200 block of N. 8th Street, Downtown
- When: Sunday, April 10th at or around 2:44 AM.
- Weapon: Police were called by bystanders and arrived to find Mr. Brown’s body in the driver’s seat of a car parked at the curb.
So far, nothing to report.
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