Police: Crash Kills Suspect Shortly After Theft

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Updated: 11/12/2012 6:16 am

Police in Richmond said a suspect was killed in a crash shortly after committing a theft.

Police said it started Saturday morning at a vacant factory on South Keeneland Drive.

According to police, someone spotted a man in a truck that had a large amount of copper in it.

The person told the man he was calling police.

Police said that’s when the suspect sped off.

Shortly after the call, police learned that the suspect, James Ward, 40, was killed in a single-vehicle crash on I-75 near mile marker 85.

They said the stolen copper was still in the vehicle.

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JamesDaughter - 11/14/2012 8:18 PM
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U all are really startin to piss me off. Read ur stupid story. He wasnt drivin a truck u dumb asses. Get ur fckn story straight. Read the Sht u say before u post it. James ward was not a criminal and I have had enough of this Sht. I have people lookin into u stupid asses too. James didnt do anythin. All u sorry son of a btches will get caught for what ur doin. Its sad u will let someone die just to cover ur own sorry asses. KARMA IS ALL I GOT TO SAY!
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