October 17, 2014
Burglary Sheffer Road Cr# 14-195011
Victim Reports that between 10-8-14 and 10-9-14 an unknown suspect opened the rear window to his pole barn and cut the screen out of it. Victim reports that a $100 dollar aluminum jack was stolen from the barn. The barn is located in an isolated area. Tech work was performed,
Burglary Berry Ln. Cr# 14-196439
Victim reports that on 10/11/14, between 1600hrs and 2030hrs, an unknown suspect entered his unlocked house and removed a Playstation 4 game system. No other items were disturbed in the residence. Tech work and a neighborhood canvass were completed.
PL Paul Rd. Cr# 14-197454
On 10/10/14, (S) Jessica Soto Dob: 05/03/88 and (S) David Greenblatt Dob: 09/23/64 entered Kmart and stole $120 dollars’ worth of Enfamil baby formula. The suspects concealed the items on their person and exited the store. The suspects were subsequently arrested at the Greece Kmart for a separate shoplifting incident later that day. The suspects were remanded to MCJ on the Greece charges and charges related to the Chili larceny were lodged by Deputy Coco.
Vehicle Larceny/GL Chili Ave. Cr# 14-198004/198025
On 10/14/14 between 0800 and 1400, an unknown suspect broke into (2) vehicles that were parked at the Chestnut Ridge Elementary School. Both vehicles had the passenger windows broken out and had purses removed. In one of the jobs, the victim’s credit card was used at an unknown gas station on Buffalo Rd. CIS to follow-up.
Grand Larceny W. Ridge Rd. Cr# 14-196532
On 10/12/14 at 0300hrs, Deputy Blackburn observed a 4-wheeler traveling down Rt. 104 in the Town of Clarkson with no lights on. Deputy Blackburn found this suspicious and did a u-turn. The operator of the 4-wheeler then attempted to turn down a driveway, but crashed into a large landscaping rock. The 4-wheeler was found overturned and the operator fled on foot. A K9 track was completed with negative results. The 4-wheeler had no key and the ignition wires were tied together. The registered owner was contacted and it was learned that the 4-wheeler had just been stolen.
Burglary Lake Rd. Cr# 14-197333
The above location is a vacant home that is owned by Wells Fargo and is currently in the process of being closed on. Sometime between 10/06/14 and 10/13/14, an unknown suspect broke into the location through a rear window and stole copper pipes. Tech work and a neighborhood canvass were completed.
Burglary Raintree Lane Cr# 14-195047
Victim Reports that on 10/09/14 (1340-1540) she and her husband were away from their home for about two hours. Victim reported that upon returning home she found that the front door to her residence was forced in and the door frame was damaged. She also stated that an interior office door was also forced in and damaged. Nothing appears missing from the residence.
Grand Larceny Lake Road Cr# 14-193841
Victim Reports that on 10-07-14 (2030-2300) she was at Bill Gray’s Tap Room Located above. After leaving the tap room she discovered that someone had stolen her purse out of her car. The purse contained various personal property and a Citi Credit Card. Victim is not sure if she locked her vehicle or not.
Grand Larceny Brockport Spencerport Rd. Cr# 14-196040
Two Brothers Family Restaurant reports that on 10/10/14, between 2030hrs and 2100 hrs, a 6ft ice cream freezer was stolen from rear of the business. The freezer was moved to the outside of the location when it was stolen. The business does not have a surveillance system in place.
Burglary Sweden Walker Rd. Cr# 14-195651
Victim reports that between 10/09/14 1400hrs and 10/10/14 1600hrs, an unknown suspect broke into her home and stole property. The suspect entered the home by breaking a rear glass window. Blood was found at the point of entry and on different items throughout the house. Taken from the house were the victim’s LG 48” TV and (2) necklaces. Tech work and a neighborhood canvass were completed.
PL/CM Stearns Rd. Cr# 14-197199
National Grid reports that on 10/13/14, they discovered that someone had removed 200ft of copper ground wire from approximately (20) utility poles in the area. The exact timeframe of the theft is unknown and the value of the wire is approximately $200 dollars.