Chartway Credit Union’s CEO is too cheap to provide modern cameras to protect customers and employees – worst bank robber photos of the year!

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Norfolk Police Beat

Three Thugs Mugged Chanello’s delivery driver; carjacked at gunpoint

NORFOLK, Va. – Some folks work for a living, others rob, rampage and rape until they are shot dead in a drug deal or are captured and go to prison. This is a story of three thugs who are on the path to one of the destinations described above.

 Norfolk Police report that there were no injuries were reported in a robbery and carjacking of a Chanello’s delivery driver Tuesday evening.

The lack of injuries can be attributed to the lack of a gun on the pizza delivery driver who, instead of being a victim, could have blasted his attackers to Kingdom Come and let their Maker deal with their lame, dead, and bullet-ridden carcasses.

Police say that around 8:15 p.m., on Jan. 26, 2016, police were notified of a robbery and carjacking that just occurred to a Chanello’s pizza delivery driver near Mission Street and Henry Street.

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The 20-year-old man told police that while he was delivering a pizza, three suspects approached him and displayed a gun. They demanded money, personal property and the man’s car keys.

All three suspects fled in the delivery driver’s 2-door Honda.

Shortly after 2 a.m. Wednesday morning, police found the Honda, unoccupied in the 900 block of E. Princess Anne Road.

All three carjacking suspects are described as being in their late teens or early twenties wearing dark clothing.

Norfolk Police failed to identify the gunmen by race even though there was no mention in the police report as to whether or not the armed robbers were wearing masks. The lack of a full description makes it less likely that tips will show up on the doorstep of the cops.

 

Norfolk man recovering at local hospital after being shot Tuesday evening

NORFOLK, Va. – A man is recovering at the hospital today after he was reportedly robbed and shot Tuesday evening in the Lindenwood section of Norfolk.

Shortly before 6:45 p.m., police received a 9-1-1 call for a man who had been shot.

Once police arrived they found a 22-year-old man suffering from a gunshot wound. Paramedics transported the man to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital with a non-life threatening injury.

The man told police that while he was driving in the 700 block of Lindenwood Avenue, two unknown men approached his car and all three men began to argue.

During the verbal argument, the men took money from the man and shot him before fleeing the area on foot.

Both suspects are described as black men in their late teens to their early twenties.

Burglar Decides to Carry Out Chinese Cash at 2 am

Chen Kitchen RobberyNORFOLK, Va. – Do you know this spooky guy?

Norfolk detectives are hoping someone can identify this burglary suspect who was caught in the act on surveillance video.

Burglary detectives say the break-in occurred on January 22, 2016, around 2 am at Chen’s Kitchen located at 3538 Tidewater Drive.

The man caught on surveillance video broke into the restaurant by smashing out a glass window. He stole money before leaving the business.

 

Chartway Credit Union Customers Should Either Bank Online or Switch Banks until Brian Schools Ponies UP for Effective Security Cameras

Chartway Bank Robbery

Brian Schools, CEO of Chartway, with $2 billion in assests, was able to have a great photo of himself posted on his company website; but too cheap to install decent cameras to protect his customers and employees.

Brian Schools, CEO of Chartway, with $2 billion in assets, was able to have a great photo of himself posted on his company website; but too cheap to install decent cameras to protect his customers and employees.

NORFOLK, VA. – Few banks bother with up-to-date digital cameras positioned so decent photos can be obtained of bank robbers.

Chartway Credit union provided these photos to police.

Customers should skip this branch or any bank that has such lousy equipment as these photos only advertise to criminals that this is a great place to dash for cash, thereby endangering both clerks, tellers and customers.

Banks run by executives who can’t figure out how to provide security shouldn’t be trusted with your money.

Almost all banks who have old camera equipment manage to have great photos of the CEO and other honchos of the bank on their website, demonstrating that they are not uneducated but simply cheap.

Police have confirmed a man entered the Farm Fresh located at 730 W. 21st Street at 3:30 p.m. on January 22, 2016. The man, seen bundled in winter clothing, approached a clerk at the Chartway Federal Credit Union, which is located inside the Farm Fresh.

The man then demanded money from the Credit Union clerk. He fled from the area on foot after obtaining an undisclosed amount of money.

No injuries were reported during the incident.

The man has been described as a middle-aged black male with a dark beard. Police believe he is approximately 6’0” in height with a slender build. He was last seen wearing a tan beanie hat, navy blue hooded jacket, dark-colored pants and dark-colored gloves.

Detectives ask anyone with information to contact the Norfolk Crime Line at either:

CALL: 1-888-LOCK-U-UP (1-888-562-5887)

TEXT: Text “NORFOLK” and your tip information to 274637 (CRIMES)

WEB: Submit a web tip at www.norfolkcrimeline.com

Your tip could earn you a cash reward.

No other information is available for release at this time.

Virginia Beach, VA (September 16, 2015) – The Chartway Federal Credit Union Board of Directors has announced the appointment of Brian Schools as the company’s president and chief executive officer effective September 21, 2015. Chartway Federal Credit Union and its divisions of HeritageWest and SouthWest Community is a $2 billion organization headquartered in Virginia Beach, VA.

Schools was appointed to the position following more than 20 years of successful financial and business leadership experience at organizations including JP Morgan Chase, Capital One, and Crestar Financial (now SunTrust). Since that time, Schools has held positions of increasing responsibility within the Chartway family of credit unions, including vice president of lending, corporate strategy officer, corporate divisional president, and most recently as president.

 

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