Oops! Richmond City Jail’s Computer System Down for Weeks

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NBC12’s Kelly Avellino reported the computer system for the Richmond City Jail was down for several weeks. The Inventory Management and Tracking System (IMATS) is used by the Richmond Sheriff’s Office. It tracks the details of the housed inmates. Among many other specifics, these details include court appearances, the cell number where the inmate is […]

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Five Questions for Richmond’s Commonwealth Attorney Michael N. Herring

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Last updated on June 4th, 2018 at 09:14 amLast month, Richmond’s Commonwealth Attorney Michael N. Herring came out with a new policy to end cash bonds for criminal offenses in the city of Richmond. His reasoning is that it is unfair, and since the 10% bond premium paid to the bail bondsman does not deter […]

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$50,000 Bond on a Richmond Manslaughter Charge

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Last updated on May 11th, 2018 at 06:20 pmA Richmond Circuit Court Judge granted a $50,000 bond on a Richmond manslaughter charge. A tragic event occurred on Monday, April 13, 2015 on Grove Avenue in Richmond, Virginia at approximately 2:45 PM. According to a Richmond Times Article, Robert Stevens Gentil, was traveling eastbound on Grove […]

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