Zone B Weekly Crime Report

Neighborhood Crime Watch
September 20, 2014
 

Henrietta

Stolen Vehicle               3817 W. Henrietta Rd.                           14-174854

From 9/6/14 at approximately 1830 to 9/8/14 at 0600, an unknown suspect stole keys that were placed in the lock box at Dorschel Automotive.  The suspect then stole a vehicle parked in the lot.  .

Criminal Mischief          3543 Winton Place                                 14-176212

The Manager at ABJ Fire, reports that sometime between 09/07/14 and 09/11/14 at 1000 hours unknown suspect(s) cut off two catalytic converters from company vehicles while parked behind the above location. There was a similar incident at Brighton Mower over Labor Day weekend (CR#14-169987). 

Petit Larceny                  376 Jefferson Road                               14-175994

The victim reports that while he was at work at Subway on 09/10/14 between 1000-1600 hours unknown suspect(s) stole his false gold fronts, which he had left on a shelf while working. 

Larceny from Motor Vehicle      Furnace Rd.                                14-178018

From 9/13/14 at 2330 hours to 9/14/14 at 0430 hours, an unknown suspect entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle which was parked at the above location.  The suspect took a set of keys that were inside of the vehicle.  Nothing else was taken. 

Larceny from Motor Vehicle      290 Jefferson Rd.                       14-177474

From 9/9/14 at 1000 hours to 9/13/14 at 1033 hours, an unknown suspect cut the catalytic converter of two U-Haul trucks that were parked in the parking lot at the above location. 

Mendon

Burglary              6 Semmel Road                                                 14-176227

The victim reports that between 1400-1600 hours he was mowing his lawn at the above location. While mowing he noticed a red Ford pick-up w/ a ladder rack holding a wooden ladder parked in his driveway. He approached the white male (no further description) and the male stated he was in the neighborhood asking residents if they were interested in his roofing services. Barrett told him he was not interested and went back to mowing. Upon completion of his lawn maintenance Barrett entered his garage to store his mower when he noticed his 14” Homelite chainsaw missing. The following day he found that his Stanley “Fat Max” tool box containing miscellaneous hand tools was also missing. 

Wheatland

Larceny from Motor Vehicle      Scottsville Rd.                           14-175929

From 9/10/14 at 2000 hours to 9/11/14 at 0757 hours, an unknown suspect opened the tool storage compartment of a 2013 Freightliner which was parked in the parking lot by an unknown means.  The suspect took a Ingersol Rand 1” air impact gun, a Ingersol Rand ¾ “air impact gun, 1”impact socket set, ¾ “ impact socket set, CH5 bead blaster, 20 ton Tall Hydraulic jack,  20 ton short Hydraulic jack, 50’ 5/8 air hose. 

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