DAILYKENN.com -- A 51-year-old man was fatally shot during a home invasion. The crimes occurred in Chesterfield, Virginia.
Three have been arrested.
"On Aug. 27, with the assistance of the U.S. Marshals Service Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force, police arrested Dayomic J. Smith, 41, Kanavis C. Davis, 26, and Joshua M. Cousins, 55," reported nbc12.com.
The crime apparently occurred at about noon on January 15, 2020. It underscores the reason white Americans move out when blacks move into their neighborhoods. It also challenges the prevailing gestalt in which blacks are oppressed and whites are their oppressors.
In reality, whites and sane blacks have suffered incessantly from black violence and crime for generations.
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Police say three men who were involved in a home invasion and homicide in Chesterfield have been arrested.
Police responded to the 14900 block of Rowlett Road at about 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 15 for the report of a man who had been shot during a robbery at a home.
It was reported to police that two suspects forced their way inside the home of 51-year-old David W. Crostic and demanded money.
After receiving the money, the suspects shot Crostic and left the scene.
Crostic was transported to an area hospital with life-threatening injuries, where he later died.
On Aug. 27, with the assistance of the U.S. Marshals Service Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force, police arrested Dayomic J. Smith, 41, Kanavis C. Davis, 26, and Joshua M. Cousins, 55.
Police say all three men have been charged with burglary with intent to commit abduction with a deadly weapon and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
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