Zone C Weekly Crime Report

Neighborhood Crime Watch
August 19, 2016
 

Chili

Grand Larceny Orange Tree Ln. 16-146336

Victim reports that between 1600 on the 11th to 1133 on the 12th, someone took her wallet containing multiple credit cards and $300 cash while she was at a house party. The purse was kept in an unlocked office room of the house while the party was going on outside at the pool.

Hamlin

Assault 2nd Brick Schoolhouse Rd/Lake Rd CR#16-138336

Victim Michael Hill (9/16/87) reported that he was walking down the road when 3 white males came from the woods and blocked his path. Victim stated that one suspect punched him in the face and then all three punched and kicked him while he was on the ground. Victim states that one suspect pulled out a pocket knife and slashed his arm. Victim was uncooperative with deputies, as he was not the one who called 911. Victim told deputies he wanted to refuse a report. Suspects are unknown.

Clarkson

CPCS 7th UPM W Ridge Rd. at Sugar Tree 16-146824

During a single car MVA investigation, a strong odor of marijuana was observed coming from the inside of the car. The driver, Kelly Hagberg 3/06/80, admitted to having a small amount of marijuana in her purse. During the search of the purse, an unlabeled pill bottle was also found containing Alprazolam pills. A backpack was also found in the car that contained baggies with heroin and drug paraphernalia. The bag belonged to Anthony Rossi, 3/24/80, a passenger in the car. Both Rossi and Hagberg were arrested and released on an appearance ticket for Clarkson Town Court.

Riga

Burglary 2nd/ G.L. 4th______________________________ Green Rd__________________________________ 16-145229

On 8/10/16 deputies responded to 90 Green Rd. in Riga for a burglary report. The suspect appeared to enter the home during the night while the victim and his wife were in bed and took a 50” Samsung T.V. and $250.00 cash. Deputies learned that Daniel Cobb was in possession of a pill bottle belonging to the victim’s wife. Cobb also had a large Samsung T.V. in his vehicle. It was later determined that the T.V. was the one stolen during the burglary. While deputies were taking the report, a female came to the location and had a T.V. with her that she said her son stole. Her son was identified as Daniel Cobb. Deputies then went to the suspect's home to speak with Cobb but he had fled the location. A perimeter was set up and K-9 responded. During the search it was learned that Cobb had entered several vehicles in the area as deputies were looking for him. Cobb was eventually located in the area of 90 Green Rd. He was brought back to C-Zone and interviewed by Invvestigators. During the interview Cobb admitted to the burglary and stated that he was attempting to break into the same home when deputies located him. He also admitted to going through area vehicles prior to being caught. He further stated that he has been breaking into vehicles in the Churchville area over the past few weeks and identified himself in a still photo obtained from security video taken on Hutton Cir. in Churchville on 8/8/16. Cobb was remanded to MCJ $2,500/ $5,000.

Criminal Mischief Green Rd. 16-146599

Victim reports that on the night of the 10th he heard banging noises outside of his house, and noticed deputies outside investigating another incident. Later, the victim noticed that his basement window had been damaged by an unknown suspect.

Sweden

Vehicle Larceny Lake Rd. 16-146753

The victim reports that, while working at Bill Grays on 8/13, someone entered his unlocked car and took a pair of Ray Ban aviator sunglasses valued at $130. No leads at this time. 

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