‘Lil Wac’ charged in triple shooting
HEATHESVILLE, VA. — According to the Northumberland County Sheriff’s Office, the man sought in a triple shooting was apprehended on August 4, 2015.
At approximately 7:00 p.m. on August 2, 2015 the Northumberland County Sheriff’s Office received information that a shooting had occurred in the 1000 block of Light Street. The victims were identified as Darvell Kelly and Kendrick Diggs, both residents of Northumberland County.
Stanford Cintaz Bromley, also known as “Lil Wac”, is being sought as a person of interest in this case. Bromley is a black
male with a date of birth of July 12, 1994. He is approximately 6’4″ tall and weighs between 165 and 175 pounds. He was last seen wearing a black shirt and tan shorts. He has brown eyes and black hair worn in short dreadlocks. He may be driving or riding in a white Cadillac sedan or green SUV (unknown make/model) with black push bumper. Anyone making contact with this individual is asked to contact your local law enforcement agency immediately. Bromley is considered armed and dangerous and no attempt should be made to apprehend the subject.
At 3:39 a/m/ on August 3, 2015 another shooting call was reported at the same address in the 1000 block of Light Street. The victim of this shooting was Laquita/Laqueeta Palmer. Palmer was asleep on her couch when a person in an unknown vehicle fired into the residence wounding her.
All three victims were flown to VCU Medical Center for treatment of their injuries and their conditions are unknown at this time.
To provide an ANONYMOUS tip to Northumberland Sheriff’s Office you may do so by calling 804-580-5221.