Suspicious death investigation in Hopewell

Apr 18, 2008 Full story: WWBT 66

A suspicious death investigation is underway in Hopewell. Police have now identified the two people found dead Wednesday afternoon in a trailer on North 21st Avenue. via WWBT

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Deborah

Houston, TX

#1 Apr 24, 2008
I knew of the young lady found dead in trailer park. She had been suffering from cancer of the breast and was also going into her liver and bones. Did not know of the man there. but she supposedly was dating a guy named Randy!!!!!!!!!
Sara Rideout

Richmond, VA

#2 May 2, 2008
My mom friend Rusty knew them for 12 years and he thinks it was a homicide or drugs.
pete

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#3 Jun 16, 2008
Sara Rideout wrote:
My mom friend Rusty knew them for 12 years and he thinks it was a homicide or drugs.
i just wanted to know if rusty heard something about it shouldn't he tell the crimesolvers unit?
ann

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#4 Jul 11, 2008
toni daniels was the last to see them and the one who found them by crawling in the window for patsy grisse who was waiting to take valerie to court that morning
Kathie

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#5 Jul 13, 2008
I don't understand that when this guy named Vince Grice found the two dead subjects, he was instructed to stay there until police arrived. He flat refused. Isn't this leaving a crime scene which is illegal?
Also, if this was an open and shut case as believed by so-called detectives, then why is it still open? This is the middle of July. This occured in the middle of April -three months ago!!
Why are the police dragging their feet on this one? And what, no more press releases from the Hopewell Police Dept.-What gives????
Smartguy

Petersburg, VA

#6 Jul 14, 2008
Oh, they're wrapped up in the stolen house plants caper.
Kathie

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#7 Jul 26, 2008
If this is being treated as a two person domestic murder-suicide, then why are Randy's keys,wallet and shoes missing? Wouldn't a third person have to remove these?
ann

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#8 Aug 12, 2008
the family seems to have more info than the detectives and 360 might have to solve this case
mikey

Charles Town, WV

#9 Aug 16, 2008
ann wrote:
toni daniels was the last to see them and the one who found them by crawling in the window for patsy grisse who was waiting to take valerie to court that morning
how do u know about him crawling in the window
mikey

Charles Town, WV

#10 Aug 16, 2008
ann wrote:
the family seems to have more info than the detectives and 360 might have to solve this case
what is ur last name
mikey

Charles Town, WV

#11 Aug 16, 2008
what is ur last name
ann

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#12 Aug 17, 2008
mikey wrote:
<quoted text> how do u know about him crawling in the window
it is not he it is she and the detectives said she crawled in the window 2x before 911 was called
pete

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#13 Aug 20, 2008
y r u asking for someones last name? sounds a little personal to me. what is ur last name?
ann

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#14 Sep 20, 2008
everyone is quiet now that the daughter found 2 bloody towels and turned them in to det howard who continued to let them destroy the crime scene. guess eventually he will have to tell the truth and admit he did not do any kind of investigation and now its in someone elses hands.
Thomas

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#15 Oct 26, 2008
I have known Randy for years-he never hit anyone or threatened to hit anyone. If a fight broke out, he would leave quietly. Alot of us know that Randy didn't do this and he didn't do anything to Valerie. Even Valerie's family knows that. I think the Hopewell Police Dept. need to start answering some questions instead of lies to the press.
Julie

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#16 Oct 26, 2008
What is so scarey about this cas is that the person or persons who are responsible for this double murder are still out there! What gives? Aren't the police supposed to protect the citizens of Hopewell? Why aren't they? Taxpayers deserve more than what they are currently getting-don't ya' think????
richmond

Richmond, VA

#17 Nov 2, 2008
Julie wrote:
What is so scarey about this cas is that the person or persons who are responsible for this double murder are still out there! What gives? Aren't the police supposed to protect the citizens of Hopewell? Why aren't they? Taxpayers deserve more than what they are currently getting-don't ya' think????
the HPD are to busy covering their a** for the aclu/and it did not involve drug money..
Steve

AOL

#18 Nov 2, 2008
I don't understand why there haven't been arrests in this case. Info has leaked into the community that the evidence doesn't support the police department's theory. What gives?
Judy

AOL

#19 Nov 5, 2008
I've heard from the "grapevine" that there are people getting nervous over this investigation. I think there is alot more to this case than the community realizes. Scary!!!
Ann

AOL

#20 Nov 5, 2008
Strange-
I've heard the same thing. Some of the ones "involved" keep changing their stories. What does that tell you? I think something stinks in Hopewell and it's not the chemical plants!

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