Zone A Weekly Crime Report

Neighborhood Crime Watch
December 8, 2017

Penfield

CPFI 480 Plank Road (Sunoco) 17-216117

(R), an employee for Sunoco gas station, states that on 12/2/17 at approximately 1538 hours a black female with a black hat and yellow t-shirt entered the location and attempted to pay for $20 in gas with a counterfeit $100 bill. (R) confronted (S) about the bill being fake and (S) ran out the door and fled in a burgundy colored Nissan 4ds with tinted windows. 

Vehicle Larceny 667 Panorama Trail (Penfield Fitness) 17-217296

(V) states that on 12/4/17 between 1230 & 1254 hours an unknown person broke her passenger side window and stole her tan purse that contained credit cards from her passenger seat. A neighborhood canvas yielded negative results and no exterior cameras were found in the area. 

Vehicle Larceny 2051 Fairport nine Mile Point Road (Gymnastics Center) 17-217527

(V) said on 12/4/17 between 1830 & 1915 hours an unknown person broke her passenger side window and stole a purse that contained multiple credit cards, an IPhone 6 and a checkbook. A neighborhood canvas yielded negative results and there were no cameras in the area. I

Perinton

Burglary Skelbymoor Lane 17-214116

(V) states on 11/28/17 between 1915 hours and 2100 hours an unknown person entered his open and attached garage and stole 2 black and silver Trek bikes valued at $200 each. A neighborhood canvas yielded negative results.

Vehicle Larceny Manorshire Drive 17-214806

(V) said that on 11/30/17 between 0600 & 0615 an unknown person entered his unlocked vehicle and stole 2 Chili’s gift cards that had an aggregate value of $22 from his center console. A neighborhood canvas yielded negative results. 

Vehicle Larceny Manorshire Drive 17-214727

(V) states that on 11/30/17 between 1030 & 1400 hours an unknown person broke the rear passenger window to his work van and stole DeWalt Power Miler Saw (Value of $500), a DeWalt sander in a gray case (Value of $100), a red Porter Cable air compressor (Value of $500), and a Porter Cable framing gun (Value of $250). A neighborhood canvas yielded negative results. Deputy Colon to follow up.

Larceny (Arrest) Locust Lane 17-216171

(V) reports that on 12/2/17 at approximately 1630 hours he was speaking with (S) Joshua Robinson-Milligan (3/14/00) on Snap Chat and agreed to sell his Smok Vape Pen for $280 to (S). (V) said that he knows (S) through mutual friends and the two met up in front of Locust Lane to conduct the transaction. When (V) handed (S) the Vape Pen (S) ran off without paying. (S) was located at his residence on Honeysuckle Terrace and taken into custody. After a positive show up (S) was processed and issued an appearance ticket.

Burglary (Attempt) Balsam Lane 17-215463

(V) reports that between 11/30/17 &12/1/17 (2000-0830) an unknown person cut her screen and that a chair was placed underneath her window. (V) went on to say that entry was not made, but that her apartment was broken into on 9/24/17 by the same means.

Burglary / Vehicle Larceny Skelby Moor Lane 17-215506

(V) reports that between 11/28/17 & 12/1/17 (1300-0800) an unknown person entered her attached and open garage and stole a black Garmin GPS and a case of assorted CDs from her unlocked vehicle. A neighborhood canvas yielded negative results and no cameras were observed in the area. 

Vehicle Larceny 131 Sullys Trail (Goddard School) 17-217104

(V) reports that on 12/4/17 between 0745 & 0747 hours an unknown person broke her front passenger window and stole her purse that contained numerous credit cards and was sitting on the front seat. The suspect also stole a Dell laptop. There were no cameras in the area, but a witness did see a grey/silver Cadillac SUV with Pennsylvania plates leave the area abruptly. Ontario County also had several break ins with the same vehicle description. 

Pittsford

Vehicle Larceny Caversham Woods 17-213752 (V) reports that between 11/28/17 & 11/29/17 (2000-0800) an unknown person entered his unlocked vehicle and stole $400 from the center console. A neighborhood canvas revealed that another vehicle may have been rummaged through at 23 Caversham Woods, but nothing was taken.
 

Burglary Fairport Road 17-214730

(V) states that between 11/28/17 and 11/30/17 (1400-1300) an unknown person entered her garage and stole Ryobi tools which included a reciprocating saw, drill, fan, and leaf blower along with their batteries. The total value of the tools was approximately $335. Given the time frame it is unknown if the garage was open at the time of the theft, but there were no signs of forced entry. A neighborhood canvas yielded negative results. 

Larceny Van Voorhis Road 17-213896

(V) said she left her residence at 0930 hours and upon returning at approximately 1415 hours she noticed that a pair of gold earrings (Value of $2,000) that she left under her pillow were missing. (V) said she hired Patriot Construction to install carpet in her bedroom that day and they were the only ones in the house according to a witness who was at the location. Patrol contacted Patriot Construction who stated they contracted the job out to Todd Mottler and Scott Thomas. Deputy Mayo to follow up.

Larceny 3100 Monroe Avenue (Cornell’s Jewelers) 17-212442

(R) David Cornell, the owner of Cornell’s Jewelers, states that on 11/24/17 at approximately 1534 hours a M/W, 30-35 years old, with a neatly trimmed beard entered the store to look at diamonds. (R) said the male looked at diamonds for over an hour, but left the store without purchasing anything. The next day while checking inventory it was found that one of the diamonds, that being a 1.03 carat diamond valued at $5,000, was a cubic zirconia. Video footage was reviewed which showed the male suspect switching out the diamond with the cubic zirconia while the employee was not paying attention. 

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