Northwest Virginia woman arrested in connection to South Richmond homicide
RICHMOND, Va. – U.S. Marshals arrested a woman in connection to a South Richmond homicide.
Kimberley R. Thompson, 41, of Stephenson, was charged with grand larceny and credit card fraud, according to Richmond Police. She was arrested in possession of property belonging to Terry Mullins, police said without going into detail about the nature of those belongings. Marshals found Thompson in Chesapeake.
Mullins, 46, was found dead in his Rosemont Road home Sunday afternoon. Police ruled his death a homicide. Detectives said they did not believe the crime was random.
Following Mullins’ death detectives said they were searching for his gold, 2007 Toyota Tacoma SR5 two-wheel drive pickup truck with an extended cab. It had a temporary license plate with “13316X” tags.
Anyone with any information about the crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 804-780-1000 or text Crime Stoppers at 274637, using the key word “ITip” followed by your tip.