Neighborhood Crime Watch
April 10, 2014
120 Beacon Hills Drive, Criminal Mischief 3rd, 14-067122
Victim reports that during the overnight hours, someone or some people broke out several windows of his car. There are no suspects, victims did not hear the incident although they were home, and the canvass was negative.
Attempted Burg **Arrest**; 1628 Penfield Rd; 14-055320
In a follow up to a previous investigation Deputy Shannon reports the identification and arrest of Justin Wightman for attempting to burglarize “All Star Pizza” at the above address. Wightman was identified in surveillance video by the staff ( he is a relative and former employee). Deputy Shannon followed up with an arrest of Wightman on 04/02 and he was remanded to MCJ by Judge Lomenzo.
Grand Larceny; 3690 East Ave; 14-063700
On 04/02/14 between 0830 and 1730 an unknown person stole a purse from a cubicle within the IT office at St John Fisher College
Criminal Mischief; 75 Winchester Dr; 14-063311
During the overnight from 03/31 to 04/01 an unknown person damaged the victim’s Subaru Legacy which was parked in the driveway.
UPM/Suspicious Males; 130 Perinton Pkwy; 14-066099
On 04/06 at around 1700 hours Deputy Williams was on patrol at the above address and noted multiple suspicious males in a vehicle. Upon approaching he noted a glass ‘bong’ near the back door of the vehicle on the ground. Upon speaking with the occupants, three males all admitted to, and were found with, quantities of marijuana on their person and in the vehicle. All were given appearance tickets for Perinton Court.
2 Butternut Drive, Burglary 2nd & GL4th, 14-067230
A contractor reports that he is missing a Hitachi framing nailer and a Hilti concrete nail gun model DX460, ser#96249 from his attached garage. Victim keeps tools meticulously and the garage was locked. It appears tools were taken between late Jan, early Feb when he returned from an out of town trip and found an unlocked door. Tech work declined, Dep. Meisch to follow up on canvass.
Attempted Burglary; 14 Lochnavar; 14-066102
On 04/06 around 1630 hours the homeowner of the above address left to run an errand. She returned around 1700 hours and to find someone had broken out her back sliding glass window. A suspicious male white in a light blue car was seen in the area by neighbors around the same time.
Grand Larceny 4th; 851 Fairport Rd; 14-065567
On 04/05 at around 1600 hours victim was shopping at Wegmans. She left her purse in her cart and noticed a few moments later that the purse was gone. After calling her phone it was located stuffed on a shelf in the pet food aisle. She later learned that several CC’s were missing from her wallet and had been used at multiple locations within Monroe County. Deputy Coco has the follow up.
Larceny from Vehicle; Powder Mills Park; 14-065371
On 04/05 between 1430 and 1500 hours victim left his vehicle at the park while he went for a walk. When he returned he discovered his wallet was missing. Victim states he must have left the doors unlocked, as there were no apparent signs of forced entry. At least one card was used at a gas station in Spenceport. CIS will follow up