Neighborhood Crime Watch
September 26, 2014
Commercial Burglary; 1411 Empire Blvd; 14-180189
At some point from 1900 hours on 9/16 to 1000 hours on 9/17 an unknown person entered Atlantic Auto Brokers by removing the A/C Unit and climbing through the 2’x2’ hole. Once inside, the suspect stole an Emerson TV off the wall and a small floor safe containing $4,000 cash.
Criminal Mischief; 125 Panorama Creek (Camp Haccamo); 14-180223
Due to the recent vandalism at the camp a majority of the windows and doors have been boarded up to keep criminal mischief incidents down to a minimum. At some point between 8/22/ and 9/17 an unknown person removed several boards from windows and broke the glass out of doors at the caretakers home.
Harassment following Driving Complaint; 1761 Jackson Rd; 14-14-181727
Victim states he was cut off by a suspect who stopped his car and began to get in his face over a driving incident. The male threatened the victim and spit in his face 3 times during the encounter.
Larceny; 1601 Penfield Rd; 14-181686
On 9/19 at 1405 hours suspects Kimberly Hutton and Molly Warner were stopped and arrested after they stole more than $318 worth of soda from Tops.
Larceny from Vehicle; 1985 Baird Rd (Penfield Library); 14-181661
On 9/19 between 1140 and 1240 hours an unknown person broke the passenger rear window out and gained entry, stealing her purse and contents. Multiple credit cards were used in and around Rochester.
Larceny from Vehicle; 28 Mountain Rise; 14-180100
At some point between the overnight hours from 9/16 into 9/17 an unknown person entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and stole his EZ Pass and approx. $10 in cash.
Larceny from Vehicle; 31 Mountain Rise; 14-180109
At some point between the overnight hours from 9/16 into 9/17 an unknown person entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and stole his Canon EOS 6D Camera and a 24-105 lens.
Falsely Reporting an Incident; 1552 Ayrault Rd; 14-180810
On 9/18/14 at about 0432 hours MCSO received a 911 call for a person shot at the above address. Deputies arrived and made contact with Sean Spencer who states that he made the report to get help there quicker because his grandmother was having a heart attack (14-180801). He claimed the medical response was too slow and that he felt that a person shot would get a better response. He was arrested an issued an appearance ticket. It should be noted that Perinton Ambulance was on scene for the heart attack patient at the exact time that he made the 911 call to report the person shot. Due to that call Perinton Ambulance moved to a position of cover, thereby delaying medical response for an additional 7 to 8 minutes until Deputies were able to clear the scene.
Criminal Mischief: 4245 East Ave (Nazareth College); 14-183777
Victim was at work at Nazareth College on 9/22 between 1600 and 2145 hours. He returned to his car in parking lot J and found that his vehicle had been keyed extensively and 3 of his tires were slashed. Investigation to continue.