Zone B Weekly Crime Report

Neighborhood Crime Watch
February 22, 2015


Larceny from Vehicle                 525 Marketplace Dr.                 15-026200

On 2/11/15 from 1930 hours to 2030 hours, an unknown suspect entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle which was parked in the Parking lot at the above location.  The suspect took an iPhone, iPod, and personal checks which were left in a backpack.  Deputy Kawski conducted the investigation.

Larceny from Vehicle     770 Jefferson Rd.                                  15-025841

On 2/11/14 from 1131 hours to 1140 hours, an unknown suspect took a Makita 8in table saw out of the bed of the victim’s pickup truck.  The truck was parked in the parking lot of the Home Depot.  Deputy Diaz conducted the investigation.

Reckless Endangerment (Arrest)  E. Henrietta Rd.                     15-027710

On 2/14/14 at approximately 0150 hours, deputies responded to 2013 E. Henrietta Road for the neighbor trouble. The resident in an apartment reported that her window was broken by her upstairs neighbor stomping on the floor. Subsequent investigation determined that the damage to the window was from a projectile being shot into the window.  The victim reported that prior to the shooting; an unknown number of suspects came to his door and knocked. The victim did not recognize the suspects when he looked out the peephole. The victim reportedly asked the suspects their identity and what they wanted. The victim would not open the door for the suspects and they left. Once the suspects were outside and in front of the building, the victim yelled down to them through his bedroom window. One of the suspects responded by shooting at least 4 rounds towards the window. No one was struck by the rounds. Three of the suspects fled in a vehicle from the apartment complex parking lot, one reportedly fled on foot to the rear of the building.  At least one round (one was recovered) penetrated the glass of a bedroom window of another resident.

The suspect’s vehicle was located and stopped in the area of Michel Dr. and Clooney Dr.  The vehicle and number of occupants (3) fit the description provided by the victim and all three suspects were detained.  During the investigation two handguns were located inside of a garage on Clooney Dr.  The three suspects are: Latrell Parson 19 years old of Henrietta, Terrance Rainey 29 years old of Rochester, and a juvenile.  The suspects were arrested for Reckless Endangerment in the 1st Degree.  Latrell Parson and Terrance Rainey were remanded to MCJ. 

Larceny from Vehicle     120 Pinnacle Rd.                                    15-030001

On 2/17/15 from 1910 to 2030 hours, an unknown suspect broke the front passenger side window to the victim’s vehicle.  The suspect took the victim’s purse which was kept under the passenger seat.  Inside of the purse was the victim’s IPhone and credit cards.  Deputy Baker will continue the investigation.

Larceny from Vehicle       3010 S. Winton Rd.                             15-029781

On 2/17/15 from 1400 hours to 1503 hours, an unknown suspect entered the victim’s vehicle by an unknown means.  The suspect took tools from inside of the vehicle.   The missing tools consisted of a Bosch hammer drill, DeWalt cordless saw, Mikita cordless drill, and a Porter electric sawzall.  Deputy MacBride will continue the investigation.


Larceny from Vehicle        3314 North Rd.                                   15-027539

On 2/13/15 from 1800 hours to 2115 hours, an unknown suspect broke the passenger side window of the victim’s vehicle which was parked in the parking lot of Wheatland-Chili High School.  The suspect took the victim’s purse which was on the floor behind the driver seat.  Deputy Toscano will continue the investigation.

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