Saturday, March 23rd, 2019

G Gathering Chesapeake Deputies volunteer to deliver Christmas baskets to families in need.

Chesapeake Deputies volunteer to deliver Christmas baskets to families in need.



Chesapeake Sheriff John R. Newhart's Elderly and Indigent Victim's Assistance Program once again delivered over 100 holiday food baskets to needy families throughout Chesapeake. This is the 24th year of this tradition, which was started by Sheriff Newhart to benefit elderly and indigent victims of crime.


From left: Deputy S. Gillette, D. Stone and S. Overton from Chesapeake Sheriff's Office Victim Witness Program

From left: Sheriff John R. Newhart, Rose Kight, Grassfield Wal-Mart Manager Chadd Going and North Battlefield Wal-Mart Manager Tim Allison

From left: S. Overton from Chesapeake Sheriff's Office Victim Witness Program, D. Cowell and Deputy S. Gillette

From left: Deputy S. Gillette, I. Benson, and J. Padilla from Chesapeake Sheriff's Office Victim Witness Program

Chesapeake Sheriff Office employees and Wal-Mart Managers

From left: Sheriff John R. Newhart, Wal-Mart Store Manager North Battlefield Tim Allison, Wal-Mart Store Manager Grassfield Chadd Going, and Undersheriff Jim O'Sullivan

Sheriff John R. Newhart, left, and Undersheriff Jim O'Sullivan

Sheriff John R. Newhart and Rose Kight