Zone A Weekly Crime Report

Neighborhood Crime Watch
November 12, 2015


Larceny & Criminal Impersonation (Arrest) 1567 Penfield Rd (Rite-Aid) 15-198232, 198388

(S) F/W Amanda Fields (04-05-81) stole several multi-packs of Dust-Off and ran out the store, setting off the door alarm. She was located hiding in the bushes nearby actively huffing some of the cans. She was charged with PL and Criminal Impersonation after giving a false name. 

Stolen Auto Recovered Empire Blvd 15-198312

The business owner noted that a black Chevrolet Cruz had been parked outside since 11/2. Dep. T. Perkins responded and found it to have been stolen out of Rochester on 10/23 (15-280872). Vehicle returned to owner. The vehicle had some damage on its passenger side.

Suspicious Person Hillary Ln

Two teenage females noticed a suspicious person in their neighborhood at about the time they get home from school, between 1445 and 1500 hours. This person is a white male, bald, in his mid-40s. He is driving a dark-gray 4-door sedan. On 10/23, and again on 11/5, he was seen driving through the neighborhood without a rear license plate and using what appeared to be recording device at his passenger window. For the October incident he was driving up and down the street waving to a female middle-school student. 

Vehicle Larceny Devonshire Dr 15-201465

Between 1830 on 11/6 and 1400 on 11/8, someone stole electronics out of the victim’s unlocked vehicle in the driveway. 

Criminal Mischief Oakbriar Ct 15-200112

Someone slashed a rear tire on his vehicle between 1500 on 10/5 and 0700 on 11/5. 

Vehicle Larceny Five Mile Line 15-202014

Between 11/6 and 11/9, someone entered the unlocked vehicle in the driveway and stole electronics.

Larceny 2200 Penfield Rd (Subway) 15-202105

The manager reports the cash drawer was short on 11/6. Dep. Saieva’s report.

Medical Call Jackson Rd 15-202456

A male was found by parishioners to have fallen while helping clear the yard of leaves. He had no pulse and was not breathing. Dep. Thurston began CPR and administered a shock from an AED. He regained an independent pulse before EMS arrived. He was transported to the hospital.


Larceny Swan Trl 15-198941

The victim moved out of her home in June. She went back on 11/1 to retrieve clothing and discovered it had been stolen. 

Larceny Fernly Park 15-198328

The victim had kept jewelry in her closet and discovered the theft in June of 2014 but did not choose to report it until 11/6/15. During the theft timeframe, multiple parties were held in the home. 

Larceny 199 Woodcliff Dr (Woodcliff Hotel) 15-200804

The front desk attendant had two credit cards and cash stolen out of her purse. It had been left on the desk in the employee office, near the front desk area. Video surveillance pending. 


Larceny 3349 Monroe Ave (Snow, Ski, & Board) 15-200409

Store staff observed a M/W (blue hoodie / tan pants) and a F/W (black hoodie / blue sweatpants) steal assorted coats and sweatshirts and flee on foot after being confronted. They dropped all the stolen property as they were being chased on foot and it was recovered outside the store. Staff has requested prosecution. p.

Larceny 3418 Monroe Ave (Oak Hill CC Maint. Bldg) 15-200808

The victim left his unlocked Grey Trek bicycle outside the maintenance building at 1600 on 11/6. At 1715, it was gone. No video. 

Vehicle Larcenies (2) 111 E. Jefferson Rd (YMCA) 15-201564 & 201576

On Sunday 11/8, between 1715 and 1745, someone smashed the windows of two parked and unoccupied vehicles and stole a purse from each vehicle.

Larceny 111 E. Jefferson Rd (YMCA) 15-202505

On 11/10 between 0820 and 0840 hours, the victim’s cell phone was stolen from a lane-stand next to the pool she was swimming in. Video surveillance has not yet been reviewed.

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