Zone B Weekly Crime Report

Neighborhood Crime Watch
August 29, 2014

Larceny                         3301 S. Winton Rd                         14-159730

On 8/18/14 at approximately 1700 hours, deputies responded to the First Niagara Bank for the report of a larceny.  The victim, who owns a dental practice, said that he is missing approximately $200,000 from his business account.  After a review of his business account it showed that his office manager was issuing checks to herself.  The last deposit into the office assistant’s personal bank account on 8/15/14 was in the amount of $113,000.  ECU will be continuing the investigation.

CPSP (Arrest)        1635 E. Henrietta Rd.                           14-158913

On 8/17/14 at approximately 1230 hours, Deputy Diaz assisted the Irondequoit Police Department with a burglary investigation where Cheryl Baker 7/9/83 of 14 Mill Rd. and her mother Valerie Baker 10/23/59 of 41 Winloft Cir. Fairport were suspects.  Valerie Baker on 8/13/14 at approximately 1300 entered the Gold and Diamond exchange and sold a stolen Kindle for $35.  The Kindle was stolen from a Burglary in Irondequoit.  Baker was arraigned in Henrietta Town court and remanded to MCJ.

Burglary (Arrest)           33 Bowerman                               14-111874

On August 20, 2014 Zone B CIS arrested Jonathan M. R. Millard 11/21/84 of 683 North Rd. for the burglary occurring on June 11, 2014. Investigation revealed that Millard, who was a former maintenance man at the Scottsville Hollow Apartments, broke into the complex office and stole change from the laundry machines. Millard was arraigned before Wheatland Town Judge Litteer and remanded to M.C.J. on $1,000 cash bail.  Millard posted bail immediately and was processed and released. Millard has a serious alcohol issue and his activities have resulted in numerous police contacts recently. M.C.S.O Personnel should be cognizant of his unpredictable behavior.

Burglary                 7676 W. Henrietta Rd.                         14-161554

From 8/20/14 at 1700 hours to 8/21/14 0730 hours, an unknown suspect pried the shed door open which was located on the lot at Snyder’s Garage.  The suspect took a Reddy heat salamander which is valued at $300.  The unknown suspect also cut off a muffler from a vehicle which was stored on the lot.  The suspect also cut off a catalytic converter from a different vehicle from the lot.  During the time frame of the burglary a suspicious person call came in for two males wearing black sweatshirts and black pants.  The males were running to a gray or silver Pontiac which was parked on West Henrietta Rd.  One of the males was wearing a backpack and the caller believed that the males were white. 

Grand Larceny       1200 Marketplace Drive                       14-162336

R-, Walmart L.P. Manager, reported that S- was seen by a L.P. officer loading (3) 60” Vizio TV’s into a minivan.  L.P. was suspicious because S was using the Lawn & Garden entrance and that he was not on duty at the time. R reviewed security footage and found that S had loaded up the TV’s in the warehouse area and exited through Lawn & Garden, which should have been closed & secured at the time.  R discovered a similar incident that had occurred on 8/19/14. An inventory of the TV’s shows numerous others missing as well, which R will be looking into.

Grand Larceny   3955 W, Henrietta Road (Garber Audi)    14-162452

R- Garber Audi Service Manager reports that customer V- dropped his blue 2010 Audi A6 for service at the above location on 8/17/14 at approximately 1040 hours. The following day V called to check on his vehicle and the service department had no record of it being dropped off. There are no cameras covering the area where V claims to have parked the vehicle. 

Robbery, Assault & P.L.       2061 E. Henrietta Road          14-164385

V- reports that on August 24, 2014 around 2150 hours he was riding his blue/grey mountain bike in the area of the Guardian Angels Church when he was surrounded by three black males when one of the males said “gimme your bike”. V refused and was punched by one of the three causing him to fall off his bike. V fought back and the three started punching and kicking him. Once they were done the males took his bike and V went home and eventually to Strong E.D. for X-rays. work. M.F.U. has the follow-up.

Burglary    Grangerford Heights                                          14-164788

V- reports that between 0300 hours and 1100 hours on 08/23/14 unknown suspect(s) entered the unlocked garage and stole his silver Apple Laptop. V states he was listening to music in the garage until 0300 hours at which time he went to bed. Upon waking at 1100 hours he went to retrieve his laptop and it was missing. A neighborhood canvas and a check of Leadsonline both had negative results.

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