NORFOLK POLICE BEAT NEWS: Shooting Yahoos Suspects Isaiah A. Glover and Shy’Quan A. Dodson in custody following late-night shooting and police pursuit
NORFOLK, Va. – When the Norfolk Police saw a group of rocket scientists shooting at each other, instead of calling for the dispatch of social workers, as many of Virginia’s mind-numbingly stupid Democrat politicians believe should happen, they instead went after one of the cars that participants had used to flee the scene.
Norfolk Police report that they have arrested and charged two men responsible for the resulting pursuit that ended in the City of Portsmouth.
On July 17, 2021, around 10:30 p.m., officers were in the area of the 900 block of Tunstall Avenue when they saw several people shooting at one another. While the Officers were approaching the scene, the suspects got into a vehicle and started to drive away.
The Officers attempted to pull one of the suspect’s vehicles over when the driver refused to stop.
The Officers continued to pursue the vehicle as it went into Portsmouth, where the driver ran a stop sign and hit another vehicle. After a short foot pursuit, two men were taken into custody, and a firearm was recovered.
The driver of the other vehicle suffered minor injuries and was transported to the hospital for treatment.
- use of a firearm,
- felony hit and run,
- use of a machine gun,
- and carrying a loaded firearm
As a result of the investigation, Detectives have charged 18-year-old Isaiah A. Glover and 24-year-old Shy’Quan A. Dodson, both of Norfolk, with the following: conspiracy, use of a firearm, felony hit and run, use of a machine gun, and carrying a loaded firearm. Additional charges are pending as the investigation continues.
After a short foot pursuit, two men were taken into custody, and a firearm was recovered.
Both Glover and Dodson are being held in the Norfolk City Jail without bond.
Anyone with information about this shooting is encouraged to contact the Norfolk Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP or submit a tip through the P3Tips mobile app.
Dodson has a record of being found guilty of receiving stolen property in Norfolk Circuit Court and was sentenced to one year in jail on December 12, 2017. Dodson pleaded guilty to reckless driving and driving without a permit in 2018.