Zone B Weekly Crime Report

Neighborhood Crime Watch
July 29, 2016

Henrietta

MHA (Overdose) Rt. 390S at Erie Station Road 16-132482

On July 20th, B Zone deputies responded to the above location for the report of an unresponsive male in a vehicle. Upon arrival, they found a male who was unconscious on the side of the roadway. Patrol administered Narcan without effect. EMS responded and was able to revive him. The male admitted to doing heroin “someplace” in the City of Rochester. He was placed under MHA and transported to Strong Memorial Hospital. 

Criminal Mischief 2nd 3100 South Winton Road (Valley Cadillac) 16-132005

An employee at the above location reports that during the overnight hours of July 19th, an unknown suspect damaged three sedans parked in the lot. 

Burglary 3rd 4255 East River Road 16-132547

An employee of Crosby Brownlie Inc., which is working on a construction project at the above location, reports that during the overnight hours of July 20th an unknown suspect stole a generator and tools from a work trailer. 

Burglary 2nd 4255 East River Road, Apartment 26 16-132561

An employee of Statewide Construction, which is working on a construction project at the above location, reports that during the overnight hours of July 20th, an unknown suspect entered the above apartment and stole a generator. 

Petit Larceny (stolen license plate) Stone Road 16-133326

The victim, who resides on the above street, reports that during the overnight hours of July 21st,an unknown suspect stole the front registration plate off of his vehicle. 

MHA (overdose) 940 Jefferson Road (Best Western) 16-135367

On July 25th, B Zone deputies responded to the above location for the unconscious male. Upon arrival, deputies located a male who was unresponsive and had labored breathing. MCSO and Henrietta EMS each administered one dose of Narcan which eventually revived him. The male was placed under MHA and transported to Strong Memorial Hospital. During a later interview, he admitted to using heroin that night. 

Criminal Trespass 4255 East River Road 16-135365

During the evening hours of July 25th, B Zone deputies responded to the alarm call at the above location. Aware of previous burglaries at the location, deputies set up a perimeter and took three males into custody as they exited the site. They were identified as Steven M. Thorne, Charles W. Causyn and Brandon W. Lee. A fourth male was found sitting in a nearby vehicle but was not charged. Thorne, Causyn and Lee were all arrested for the above charges. Zone B CIS responded and is continuing the investigation.

Burglary 3rd 4255 East River Road 16-135504

An employee of Crosby Brownlie Inc., which is working on a construction project at the above location, reports that during the overnight hours of July 25th, an unknown suspect stole a drill from a work trailer. B Zone CIS is investigating.

Mendon

Grand Larceny 4th (vehicle larceny) Buggywhip Trail 16-135226

The victim, who resides on the above street, reports that during the overnight hours of July 24th, an unknown suspect cut open the soft Tonneau cover on the bed of his pickup truck and stole his golf bag containing assorted golf clubs. 

Rush

Burglary 2nd (Stolen firearm) Rush-Scottsville Road 16-134103

The victim, who resides on the above street, reports that between July 16th and July 23rd an unknown suspect entered his home while he was away and stole firearms. The house was completely ransacked. Also taken was a 60” television, two Dell computers, Amazon voice control hub and an HP netbook. Deputy S. Murphy investigated. B Zone CIS to continue the investigation.  

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