May 20, 2015
Identity Theft Southampton Sq. Cr# 15-082263
Victim reports that on 05/13/15, he was contacted by ESL Fraud department and was advised about some suspicious transactions to his ESL card. Victim was advised of (3) transactions totaling $1500 dollars that were made at a Dollar General in Oxford, NY. Later that evening, victim was contacted by Binghamton PD, who advised that they had (4) suspects in custody relative to additional fraudulent charges that were attempted on the victim’s credit card in their jurisdiction. (S) Aaron Simmons Dob: 10/14/76, Syracuse, NY. (S) Bay Rosario Dob: 08/20/95, Syracuse, NY, (S) Joshua Perez Dob: 04/11/93 Middletown, PA and (S) Christopher Rose Dob: 08/19/89, Bronx, NY face charges for both the Oxford and Binghamton incidents. ECU will follow up with local charges.
Petit Larceny Archer Rd. Cr# 15-083707
Victim reports that on 05/14/15, an unknown M/W suspect stole a Craftsman air compressor from his driveway. Victim reports that he was outside mowing his yard and when he came around to the front of a house, he observed a M/W carrying his compressor. The victim states that when the male saw him, the male ran to his vehicle and fled the area at a high rate of speed. The vehicle is described as silver Chevrolet Trailblazer. Deputy Tschorke’s report.
CPFI Rt. 260/Gilmore Rd. Cr# 15-086596
On 05/19/15, Deputy Hendel performed a traffic stop on a 2005 Nissan Sentra for V&T violations. During the stop the operator (S) Bekhzod Fayziev Dob: 04/28/84 produced a photo ID card labeled “International Driving Document”. Deputy Hendel inspected the document and had suspicions that it was fake due inconsistencies he observed. Upon further inquiry, the suspect admitted that it was forged. The suspect was arrested on the above charge and was arraigned at Clarkson Town Court. The suspect was remanded to MCJ.
Vehicle Larceny Huntington Pk. Cr# 15-084907
Victim reports that on 05/16/15 at 0200 hrs, an unknown person entered his unlocked vehicle and stole various CD’s. The incident was captured on the victim’s home surveillance system and shows a person wearing a hoody over their head, enter the victim’s vehicle.
Note: There were (2) other vehicle larcenies in the Huntington Pk. neighborhood that occurred during the above timeframe. Close Hollow Dr., an Expro tablet was taken from the unlocked vehicle. Hannibal Pl., a Ruger .22 Cal pistol and a Remington 12ga shotgun were removed from an unlocked vehicle.
Exposure of a Person Sandy Harbor Dr. Cr# 15-085703
On 05/17/15, deputies responded to the above location for the report of a male exposing himself to people passing by. Two witnesses reported that the male suspect had no pants on and was exposing himself to people who were at the beach. Deputy Southcott responded and located the male. The male (S) Gary Dixon Dob: 05/01/64 did make admissions that he had no pants on earlier and may have been exposing himself. The suspect was processed and released on an APT.
Criminal Trespass Marple Ln. Cr# 15-084378
On 05/18/15, management at Marple Ln Townhomes received a complaint that several individuals were seen inside of a vacant townhouse. Management went to the townhouse and saw several juveniles inside. When the juveniles saw management, they exited the house and fled through the yards. A worker at the location took a cell phone video of the incident and turned it over to Deputy Mazzenga. After reviewing the video, Deputy Mazzenga was able to ID one of the suspects as Bradley Folwell Dob: 12/05/98. Folwell was picked up and during an interview, implicated suspect Zachary Lapointe Dob: 11/16/98 and a juvenile as being involved. Folwell and Lapointe were processed and released on APT. The juvenile was released on a juvenile APT to her parents.
Burglary N. Sanford Rd. Cr# 15-084681
Management at Camping World reports that sometime during the overnight hours of 05/15/15- 05/16/15, an unknown suspect entered a RV on their lot and removed a Sony 42” flat screen TV. There were no signs of forced entry and it appears that the door lock was not secured properly. Tech work was completed and Deputy Richards to follow-up.