Zone B Weekly Crime Report

Neighborhood Crime Watch
December7, 2014

Burglary            607 Pine Trail                                          14-225359

From 11/26/14 at approximately 1800 hours to 11/27/14 at around 0200 hours, an unknown suspect entered the victim’s home by an unknown means.  The suspect took $30.00 in dimes and a twenty dollar bill which was kept in an old pill bottle.  Deputies checked the exterior of the home which did not show fresh foot prints but there was damage to a screen which was still attached to a window.  Deputy Montagno will continue the investigation.

Larceny from Vehicle       525 Marketplace Dr.                 14-226767

On 11/29/14 from 1925 hours to 1952 hours, an unknown suspect broke the back driver side window of the victim’s vehicle which was parked in the parking lot of the movie theater.  The suspect took a backpack which was in the back seat.  The backpack contained a Mac Book Air Laptop and his passport.  A Garmin GPS was also taken from the glove box.  Deputy Beh will continue the investigation.

Larceny from Vehicle             100 Marketplace Dr.           14-226777

On 11/29/14 from 1530 hours to 2000 hours, an unknown suspect broke the driver side window of the victim’s vehicle which was parked on the east side of the parking lot of Joe’s Crab Shack.  The suspect took the victim’s purse which was sitting on the back seat under a sweater.  The purse contained credit cards and $20.  Deputy Cellura will continue the investigation.

Burglary             667 Scottsville-Mumford Rd.                  14-227167

From 11/22/14 to 11/30/14, an unknown suspect forced open the man door to the garage and entered the home where the victim is not currently living at.  While inside the suspect took copper wiring, (2) Xbox 360 game console, and a air-conditioning stand-alone unit.  It appears that the suspect pulled a vehicle onto the lawn on the east side of the house to facilitate the above crime.  Deputy Boss will continue the investigation.

M.V.A.            Jefferson Road/Southtown Plaza                14-227757

On Monday December 1, 2014 at approximately 1230 hours, Deputies responded to the area of Jefferson Road and Southtown Plaza for the report of an MVA where a vehicle flipped and came to rest upside down in a creek (2’-3’ of water). The driver of the vehicle, Gilbert Pfleger 08/23/1928, was extricated by passersby and taken to the hospital. It appears that Pfleger may have had some type of health incident which possibly caused the accident. Pfleger later died at the hospital. No other vehicles were involved. Deputy DiDomenico has the follow-up.

Detail        905 Lehigh Station Road (Microtel)                  14-227778

On December 1, 2014 the MCSO Tactical Unit conducted a Prostitution detail and arrested the following for Prostitution:

Angelina J. Killanowski, 09/18/1996  and Shakiesha A. Ellis, 07/18/1982

Robbery 3rd/P.L.                                               3340 W. Henrietta Road                                                                        14-227982

On December 1, 2014 at approximately 2029 hours employees of Carrabba’s Restaurant observed a male going through the employee’s vehicles in the parking lot. The male was approached by the employees and pushed one employee while walking away from the scene. Deputies arrived and were able to take the male into custody, who was identified as Alexander Ortiz 10/10/1982.  Several employees discovered property missing from their vehicles. That same property was discovered in Ortiz’s possession. All employees refused to press charges citing that they did not want to be involved in the court process. Ortiz was arrested for an earlier larceny from Spencer Gifts in the mall. Patrols should consider Ortiz for any vehicle larcenies they are working on.


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