From Richmond Police:
THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE
11/20/12 10:30 a.m. – 1:20 p.m.
100 block of South Laurel Street
An unknown person(s) stole a stereo from a vehicle.
Also, in a different incident, from the Times Dispatch:
A man appeared to escape injury early today when he flipped his car multiple times down a steep hill near the James River in downtown Richmond several minutes after police had terminated a brief pursuit.
Richmond police Capt. Angela Greene said the man, whose identity was not immediately released, was taken to VCU Medical Center for observation but was not complaining of any pain and did not appear to be injured following the incident.
Greene said the incident began at 2:09 a.m. when a Richmond police officer at Oliver Hill Way and Hospital Street observed the man driving the wrong way at a high speed down a one-way street. Greene said the officer activated his blue lights and siren and tried to follow the man but terminated the pursuit after 26 seconds when it became apparent the man was not going to stop.
Roughly three minutes later, Greene said, the vehicle was found, wrecked, in a large field along Second Street that serves as a main performing stage for the Richmond Folk Festival.