January 30, 2015
CPFI Chili Ave. Cr# 15-012843
On 01/21/15, an unknown suspect went to the drive-up window of the Canandaigua National Bank and attempted to cash a check belonging to the victim. The bank flagged the victim’s account due to the suspect attempting to cash a check earlier in the day at a Henrietta branch location. The male was operating a silver colored Ford Mustang. The suspect fled prior to the deputies’ arrival and left behind the forged check. CIS to follow-up.
Grand Larceny Scottsville Rd. Cr# 15-015942
On 01/26/15 at 1735hrs, (2) F/B’s and (4) M/B’s entered the Father and Son Wine and Spirits store and stole approximately $1500 worth of liquor. The suspects loitered around the store while loading bottles of liquor into bags that they brought into the store. The suspects then left the area in (2) unknown type sedans. All of the suspects appear to be 25-35 years old. The incident was captured on the security systems and images of the suspects are forthcoming.
Petit Larceny Chili Ave. Cr# 15-015249
On 01/25/15, a M/W suspect entered Wegmans and stole several cans of Enfamil baby formula. Security observed the male place the items into a plastic bag that he brought into the store with him. The male then exited the store and fled the area in a white Hyundai Sonata. Deputy Smith will be following up with the registered owner.
Burglary Church Rd. Cr# 15-016383
On 01/27/15, between 1330hrs and 1415hrs, an unknown suspect entered the victim’s home and stole jewelry. Victim reports that he left for work and was contacted by his alarm company. Victim returned home to check on the alarm and when he arrived home, he discovered a set of footprints in the snow that went to the rear of his house. Deputies responded and cleared the home. It was discovered that a suspect entered the home through a rear door and stole jewelry from the home. Tech work and a neighborhood canvass were completed.
Criminal Mischief Allen St. Cr# 15-001859
Sometime between 01/15/15 and 01/20/15 an unknown suspect damaged (2) widows to the Fred Hill Elementary School. The teacher of the classroom noticed that (2) of the window screen frames were bent from the outside of the building. No entry was made into the building and it appears that the frames were bent by an unknown object.