Neighborhood Crime Watch
April 21, 2017
Burglary 2200 Penfield Road (Little Caesars) 17-063082
On 4/15/17 at approximately 0708 hours patrol responded to Little Caesars, located at 2200 Penfield Rd, for the report of a shattered front door. Upon arrival patrol found the front door to the location shattered from a rock and the rear door ajar. Nothing appeared to be missing from inside the location, but the business was ransacked and damaged throughout the entire interior.
Grand Larceny / Falsifying Business Records (Arrest) 1990 Brandt Point Dr (Walmart) 17-061859
(R), a loss prevention employee with Walmart, states that between 3/23/17 and 4/13/17 a cashier, (S) Carlos Rivera (11/9/86), made several fraudulent returns and kept the cash from the transaction. The total amount stolen during the time frame was $1,263.76. (S) was issued an appearance ticket and is to appear in Penfield town court on 5/16/17.
Vehicle Larceny Monroe Avenue 17-060476
(V) reports that between 4/10/17 and 4/11/17 (1800-0845) an unknown person entered her unlocked vehicle and stole her wallet which contained personal items.
Burglary Hidden Springs Drive 17-060644
(V) states that he and his wife spend the winter in Florida. (V) said that between 3/25/17 and 4/11/17 an unknown person threw a rock through his kitchen window and entered the residence after propping patio furniture under it. The house has an alarm system, but it was not activated at the time of the burglary. While inside the suspect ransacked several bedrooms before leaving with approximately $100 worth of costume jewelry.
Burglary 1st / CM / GL 3 (Stolen handgun) (Arrest) Mahogany Run 17-062443
(V) returned from a week-long vacation to find their house had been burglarized in the same fashion as the recent rash of high-end home burglaries. In addition to approximately $24,000 worth of jewelry, a **loaded Seecamp .32 pistol** was stolen. (S) Julio Castillo (9/23/67) was arrested on 4/14/17 for CPSP 3rd as part of the ongoing investigation but denied committing the actual burglaries and didn’t have any weapons in his possession.
Burglary / PL (Arrest) 3195 Monroe Avenue (Wegmans) 17-063350
(R), a loss prevention employee with Wegmans, states on 4/15/17 at approximately 1831 hours he observed (S) Leonard Tompkins (1/28/84) order multiple prepared food items. (R) said he then observed (S) go through the checkout line and not pay for the selected items. (S) was previously banned by Wegmans on 6/15/15 for a larceny. (S) was also found to be in possession of a small amount of suboxone which he was also arrested for (17-063364). (S) was remanded to MCJ on $500/$1,000 by Judge Shaddock.
Larceny 3195 Monroe Avenue (Wegmans) 17-062767
(R), a loss prevention employee with Wegmans, states that on 4/14/17 at approximately 1234 hours a W/M, approximately 35 years old, 5’9”, and 170 lbs entered the store and selected (4) 20.5 ounce containers of Enfamil. The (S) then placed the containers in a reusable Wegmans bag and walked out of the store without paying for the items.
Vehicle Larceny Courtenay Circle 17-064667
(V) reports that between 4/17/17 and 4/18/17 (2100-0400) an unknown person entered his vehicle by an unknown means and stole $2,000 from the glove box of his vehicle.