Zone A Weekly Crime Report

Neighborhood Crime Watch
March 18, 2015


Counterfeit Currency;     1902 Empire Blvd;     15-042267

Walmart reports that on 3/9, two black females used $1020 in counterfeit twenty dollar bills to purchase (2) $500 gift cards and some candy.  Secret Service notified and has the follow up.

Stolen Vehicle/Grand Larceny Follow Up;      1749 Empire Blvd;     15-036510

In a follow up to an incident on 2/28/15, deputies identified and been seeking suspect Brian D. Korts.  Korts is known to the victim and stole multiple items, including a 2011 Honda Accord.  The vehicle has since been recovered and returned to the victim, but Korts has been fleeing prosecution since the incident.  A warrant for GL 3rd is being sought from Penfield Court.

Larceny from residence;     85 Willow Pond Way;     15-046127

Victim states that on 3/15 between 1500 and 1900 hours an unknown person stole $1000 in cash, a Toshiba laptop, and an IBM Think Pad from the home. 

Robbery 1st/GL 4th;      Empire Blvd;     15-047528

On 3/17 at around 2038 hours, two victims reported to 911 that they were robbed at gunpoint after pulling into the above location to make a phone call.  Victim states that 2 teenaged white males approached the vehicle, opened the door, and pressed a handgun against the victim’s head.  Victim was robbed of $200 cash.  Details of the incidents continue to evolve.  Major crimes is handling the follow up.

Larceny from Residence;      Hickory Ridge;      15-047383

Victim is a collector of antique and rare corkscrews with a room set aside to display same.  He states that at some point between 1/10/15 and 2/25/15 an unknown person removed an 1850 French ‘Dordet Patent Corkscrew’ valued at $8,000.  He noted no forced entry and claimed that several people had access to the home during that time. 


Grand Larceny from Residence;          Neuchatel Lane;       15-046728

Victim states that at some point between 3/11 and 3/13 an unknown person stole approx. $47,000 from a location within the victim’s home.   The stolen items included  Gucci, Movado, and Frederique watches plus a large assortment of other high-end jewelry.

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