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‘Yo dog, that’s me’ — Man sees photo on news website, shows police and is promptly arrested

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RICHMOND, Virginia — A Virginia man walked into Richmond Police Headquarters on Monday, October 19th, and proceeded to hold up the WTVR news app — telling officers: “Yo dog, that’s me.” Soon after he made that statement, he was arrested.

Earlier Monday, Richmond police released photos of a man wanted in connection with a theft at a fire station.

Photos released by police showed a man on a bicycle. Officers said he rode up to a South Richmond fire station, walked in through an unlocked door and stole an electronic device on October 12th.

Firehouse theft suspect

Credit: Richmond Police

“At approximately 3:05 p.m., the man in the photos rode his bicycle up to Fire Station #17, located at 2211 Semmes Ave., just after firefighters had left on a call for service,” a police spokesman said about the crime. “The suspect entered through an unlocked rear door and stole an electronic device belonging to a city employee. The suspect left through the same door, mounted the bicycle in the photo and rode away.”

Edward Faggins is now charged with grand larceny.