There is no inappropriate apostrophe use there.
"Richmond has..." = "Richmond's..."
Check it yourself:
"AD_Don has alleged inappropriate apostrophe use."
"AD_Don's alleged inappropriate apostrophe use."
In this case, for the reader there is the ambiguity between the possessive (not intended) vs the missing letter (intended). But in normal speech, there would be no problem for the listener to understand the meaning.
OTOH: If the apostrophe was not there, it would indicate multiple cases of Richmond, which not only does not make sense but would be intolerable,
There is a missing apostrophe on "Tigers" though.
So, you complained about an apostrophe that was correctly used but missed the incorrect elision.
Take home message: Jimmy is right, so don't pick on him.