Zone C Weekly Crime Report

Neighborhood Crime Watch
August 15, 2014


 Burglary 3rd, Petit Larceny    Chili Ave                                 CR# 14-151561

On 8-6-14 an in progress larceny was called into the MCSO via 911. The larceny was occurring at the Target located above. A suspect description was given to 911 and broadcast. The male black suspect was reported to have left the store carrying green boxes containing Xbox accessories. The suspect was then said to have driven away in a black Mitsubishi with yellow license plates.

Deputy Cubiotti stopped a 2003 Mitsubishi Montero that was being driven by a black male as it tried to leave the Wegman’s parking lot. The driver was identified as Benjamin L. Mattiex DOB 11/11/79. The Target security employee positively identify Mattiex as the male who committed the larceny.  Mattiex was previously trespassed from all Target stores in Rochester on 12/10/13. The DA’s Office was contacted and a bail recommendation of $2500 cash, $5000 bond was given. Chili Court Judge Evangelista remanded Mattiex to MCJ on $250 cash, $1500 bond. Case closed by arrest by Deputy Cubiotti.

Burglary                             Beahan Rd.                                  Cr# 14-152957

Victim reports that between 08/06/14 1900hrs and 08/08/14 1900hrs, an unknown suspect entered her detached garage and stole property. The garage was unsecured and removed from it were (6) bicycles, a Troy built roto-tiller and a Snapper lawn mower. A neighbor reported seeing a small red truck with a trailer at the home during the night of the 7th. Deputy Mazzenga and CIS to follow-up.

Grand Larceny              Wellesey Knoll                                  Cr# 14-153429

Victim reports that between May 2014 and August 2014, she noticed that she is missing over $20,000 in jewelry. The victim states that she noticed the jewelry missing after her granddaughter  moved out of the house. The victim confronted her granddaughter and she admitted to taking some of the jewelry, but not all of it. The victim filed a report with Deputy McGowan and after a check of Leads online, it was confirmed that the granddaughter sold multiple pieces of jewelry during the May-August timeframe. CIS to follow-up

Attempted Burglary          Westside Dr.                                Cr# 14-155078

Robert Wesleyan College reports that between 08/11/14 1700hrs and 08/12/14 0005hrs, an unknown suspect pried open an office door and went through several desks. An employee at the school reports finding the office door pried open. The employee then contacted security, who checked the office building. Several desk drawers were gone through and it was unknown at the time what taken. Deputy Priolo to follow-up


Burglary                   Downs Meadow Crt.                               Cr# 14-152726

Victim reports that between 08/07/14 1900hrs and 08/08/14 1200hrs, an unknown suspect broke into the above vacant property and stole copper piping. Victim states that he is in the process of renovating the home and noticed the front door lock damaged. Upon further inspection, the victim discovered copper piping missing. A neighbor reported seeing a red Jeep Cherokee parked outside of the location with the lights off. The neighbor also saw a M/W in his twenties exit the location and get into the passenger side of the jeep. The neighbor had no further information. Tech work was completed and Deputy Buttles to follow-up.

Assault                  Rose Circle                                                 Cr# 14-153181

On 08/09/14, the victim went to the above location to confront (S) Lee Johnston Dob: 10/13/77 about selling drugs to her son. The suspect became angry about being accused of selling drugs and pushed the victim to the ground. The suspect then began to punch and kick the victim until being pulled off by family members. The suspect was processed and released on an APT.

Burglary                 Orchard Ave.                                             Cr# 14-155351

Victim reports that between 08/03/14 and 08/12/14, an unknown suspect broke into the vacant house and stole copper piping. The suspect entered the residence by forcing open a rear door. Once inside the suspect removed drywall and cut the copper piping from the basement. A neighborhood canvass and tech work was completed. Deputy Green to follow-up.


Grand Larceny             West Ave.                                             Cr# 14-152666

Elmer Davis Roofing Company reports that between 08/07/14 1600hrs and 08/08/14 0600hrs, unknown suspects stole a pallet of roofing adhesive valued at $4400 dollars. The location is the Quest Elementary School and the material was there for a summer construction project. The pallet was left unsecured in the parking lot and consisted of (36) 5 gallon buckets. The suspect cut the shrink wrap off of the pallet and loaded up the buckets individually, leaving the wooden pallet behind. The school security system was checked with negative results. Deputy Buttles to follow-up.

Grand Larceny               West Ave                                            Cr# 14-154450

Elmer Davis Construction Co. reports that between 08/09/14 1500hrs and 08/11/14 0700hrs, an unknown suspect stole (26) buckets of roofing adhesive from a construction project at Quest Elementary School. The material was unsecured on a pallet in the parking lot of the location. This is the second theft at the location and the construction company will secure their materials until the end of the project. Deputy Prate to follow-up.


Burglary 3rd Petit Larceny    Spotts Cir                                     Cr# 14-152050

Northridge Crossing LLC owns the town homes under construction at the above location. Sometime between 8-6-14 (1630hours) and 8-7-14 (0700) an unknown suspect pried open the front door and stole two rolls of electrical wire (250ft&500ft).  An employee of Northridge Crossing reports seeing a suspicious male white parked in an older model Volkswagon Jetta TDI, color red, on 06/06/14. The vehicle eventually left the area. Tech work performed. Deputy Schnars to follow up.

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