Zone C Weekly Crime Report

Neighborhood Crime Watch
September 30, 2016


Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument 1st 3152 Chili Ave (Mobil) CR#16-170486

On 9-19-16 at approximately 1159 hours a counterfeit $10 bill was used for the payment on a gasoline purchase. No suspect information at this time. Bill taken into property, and Secret Service notified.

Stolen Car, GL4 White Birch Circle 16-172938

On 9-24-16 at approximately 0048 hours deputies responded for the MVA, vehicle into a tree, at White Birch Circle in Chili. The driver left the scene. The victim was contacted and it was determined that the vehicle had been stolen from her driveway on White Birch Circle.


Grand Larceny 4th Shumway Road 16-171724

Ogden Police department found David W. Newbould (4-22-71) in possession of stolen property (2 chainsaws and a leaf blower) while investigating a suspicious vehicle. The property was determined to belong to Vandervort Tree Services located above. Ogden PD will be following up with CPSP charges. Newbould is now in custody on a Parole Violation.

Larceny to Vehicle, GL4 Shumway Road 16-171720

On 9-22-16 between 0030 and 0100 hours approximately $1200 in tools were stolen from a work van in the driveway of a residence. 


Burglary 3rd, GL3rd (Stolen Vehicles) Parma Center Road 16-171770

Sometime between 9-21-16 (1910) and 9-22-16 (0801) an unknown suspect entered an unlocked barn at the above location and stole two all-terrain vehicles, 1996 Polaris 500 and a green 2005 Arctic Cat 400. The 1996 Polaris was located at the Rochester Police Department impound.

Grand Larceny 4th Peck Road 16-172666

On 9-23-16 at approximately 1556 hours deputies responded to the above location for the report of two males actively stealing an ATV (2004 Polaris 400) from the above location. The suspects fled the location on the ATV, but were only able to make it a short distance before the ATV broke down. The suspects then fled on foot. Both suspects were eventually captured. The suspects were a 16 and 15 year old male. Both suspects were charged with the theft at Peck Road . One of the suspects also admitted to stealing the 2005 Artic Cat from Parma Center Road on the previous day.

Burglary 3rd PL Peck Road 16-172800

The victim reported that sometime between 1600 and 1700 on 9-23-16 someone entered his shed and removed two ATVs. The victim found the ATVs outside of his shed and pushed them back inside but did not call 911. Sometime later a suspect was taken into custody on another burglary (see above). The suspect was found in possession of the key to a Polaris 350 ATV. This key was determined to have been stolen out of the shed at Peck Road.

Burglary 3rd, Grand Larceny 4 (Vehicle/ATV) Lighthouse Drive 16-174256

The victim reported that sometime between 9-21-16 (1800) and 9-26-16 (1000) an unknown suspect(s) entered his unlocked barn and stole his 1984 Suzuki ATV. The ATV was red in color and had the number “125” written in white on the each side of the seat.

Parma CPW 4th Manitou Rd CR#16-172795

During a DWI arrest Nicholas Candia was found to be in possession of two unregistered handguns.

GL4th Edward Lane CR#16-174371

Victim that approximately $1970.00 of tools were stolen from the rear of his residence sometime between Sept 16 and Sept 20. Taken was a plate compactor, power washer, weed wacker, drills, helmet and other items.


Attempted Burglary Roosevelt Highway 16-171472

The victim reported that sometime between 9-20-16 (1930) and 9-21-16 (1000) an unknown (suspect) damage a screen to an entry door of the residence. The damage on the screen was right by the doorknob. The door was locked, no entry reported. 

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