Zone A Weekly Crime Report

Neighborhood Crime Watch
July 8, 2015


OGA Arrest;     115 North Lincoln Rd (E. Roc);      15-107594

Subsequent to a traffic stop the driver exited the vehicle, began walking away, and refused to comply with commands to stop, re-enter the vehicle, or otherwise submit to Deputy'ss lawful commands.  The male was stopped prior to entering the door of his home and acted in a loud and aggressive manner when being taken into custody.  The male, James T. Newton, was placed under arrest for OGA. 

Flim-Flam;     2157 Penfield Rd;      15-116880

On 7/2 at 1550 hours a male black purchased bananas at Wegmans and paid with a $50 bill.  After the initial payment the male began asking for various amounts of change.  The cashier quickly caught on that she had inadvertently given the male too much money and asked for the money back.  The male quickly left the store, leaving in an older model tan Chevy Impala.  The suspect is described as a tall, heavy set male black wearing jeans and a black t shirt.  

Larceny and CPCS 7th arrests;     2157 Penfield Rd (Wegmans);    15-118639, 15-118687, 15-118663

On 7/4 at approx. 2311 hours Deputy Forster took a turnover arrest of Kevin J. Pye (12/14/85) and Jessie J. Hankee (5/24/86) for stealing approx.  $42 worth of groceries from Wegmans.  Subsequent to the arrest both males were found to be in possession of small amounts of heroin.  Arrests by Forster and Charvat. 


Criminal Mischief to Vehicle;     96 Ranney Dr;     15-119462

Between 7/3 and 7/6 an unknown person appears to have intentionally broken out the passenger front window to a “Sattora Siding” vehicle as it was parked at the above location.   The incident appears to be criminal mischief and not a larceny or attempted larceny.

Domestic Burglary;     18 Landmark Lane;     15-119775

At some point between 6/30 and 7/6 estranged daughter was suspected of entering her parents’ home, stealing property, then pawning it in the City of Rochester.   Upon telephone interview the daughter admitted entering her parents’ home and taking property. 


Stolen Bicycle;     3660 Monroe Ave;      15-116339

On 6/30 an unknown person stole a Schwinn woman’s bicycle from a carport at the above location.  Stolen was a ‘Acadia Cruiser’

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