Zone A Weekly Crime Report

Neighborhood Crime Watch
January 3 2015


Criminal Mischief to Vehicle;     229 Willow Pond Way;     14-237870

Overnight from 12/16 to 12/17 an unknown person broke out two back windows to the victim’s van while parked in front of his apartment.  Entry to the vehicle was not gained and this is the second time this has happened in the past two weeks, leading him to believe it is not an attempted theft.

Commercial Burglary Arrest;     1784 Jackson Rd;     14-240709

At 0125 hrs on Monday morning Zone A 1st Platoon Deputies responded to the Penfield Country Club at 1784 Jackson Rd in the town of Penfield for the burglar alarm. This location is the Penfield Country Club Golf Course Club House and it had been burglarized twice in the past 4 weeks prior to this night. Upon arrival a smashed out and shattered glass door was found on the north side (2 side) of the building. This door leads from the outdoor patio into the bar area inside the club house. Once inside it was discovered that bottles of alcohol had been stolen from behind the bar. A perimeter was set up and RPD car 8911 ,Officer Adorante , responded with his K9. A subsequent track with Officer Adorante, Deputy Carpino and Deputy Moore, led to the front yard of 1732 Jackson Rd. Further investigation at that residence produced three (3) individuals: Ryan Wynne 2/3/94, Andres Kessler 4/28/94 and Walter Bateman 5/25/94. All three (3) were transported back to A-Zone, mirandized and all gave voluntary statements admitting to the burglary. In addition, all three (3) admitted to several prior, same MO, burglaries at the Penfield Country Club in the recent past.  The bottles of alcohol were recovered at the residence and collected as evidence. Deputy S. Williams responded to the country club and the suspect residence for tech work. All three suspects were arraigned and remanded to MCJ.


Commercial Burglary (Monroe Muffler);     7275 Pitts-Palmyra Rd;     14-239787

Overnight from 12/19 to 12/20 an unknown person kicked in a lower garage panel on an overhead door at the above location, entering the shop, then stealing catalytic converter scrap material.

Attempted Residential Burglary- Occupied Dwelling;     48 Aldwick Rise;     14-240299

On 12/21 at around 0530 hours the homeowner heard a crash downstairs.  The homeowner immediately went downstairs and found his rear sliding glass door had been smashed in with a paver block that was brought from another yard.  It is unknown if the suspect made entry and nothing was taken.  Footprints show that the suspect looked in multiple windows before climbing the stairs up the back deck where the sliding door was located.  A K9 track ended in the street nearby.

Residential Burglary – Vacant Home;     54 Aldwick Rise;     14-240310

At some point between 0500 and 0530 an unknown person broke the basement window out of a vacant home, gaining entry.  Nothing appeared to have been taken. 

Attempted Residential Burglary- Occupied Dwelling;     2 Walnut Run;     14-240308

While checking the area after the above burglaries, MCSO patrols located a shattered rear entry door glass at the above address.  The homeowners were awoken by MCSO Deputies who announced their presence while making entry.  The homeowners had apparently slept through the home being broken into .  A 2ct. Solitaire diamond worth $23,000 was determined to have been stolen, along with an iphone.  A ring was taken from the master bedroom while the victim’s slept in the same room.  Multiple dresser drawers and closets in that room were gone through while they slept a few feet away.


Larceny from Vehicle;     111 East Jefferson (YMCA);     14-239936

On 12/20 between noon and 1pm an unknown person broke out the window of the victim’s vehicle and stole her purse which had been secreted under the front seat. 

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