Zone A Weekly Crime Report

A- Zone Neighborhood Crime Watch

January 10, 2018 to January 16, 2019


Larceny / Elderwood Court / 19-005991

(R), the daughter of the 96 y/o victim, said that between 12/25/18 & 1/6/19 an unknown person stole a pair of sapphire earrings, some old coins, and a Mother’s Ring with 2 emerald stones and one sapphire (Total value of $250).  (R) said the items were located in her mother’s nightstand located next to her bed.  A list of cleaners with access to the room was provided and patrol will be following up.

Vehicle Larcenies / Various Locations         

There were several reported vehicle larcenies during the overnight hours of the 1/14/19 into 1/15/19.  All of the vehicles were unlocked at the time and items such as change, cash, and credit cards were taken.  The larcenies took place on Live Oak Court, Willow Pond Way, Hillary Lane, Empress Court and Brentwood Drive.  None of the credit cards were reported to have been used and neighborhood canvas’s yielded negative results.  Patrol officers will be following up.  

Unlawful Fleeing of a Police Officer / Five Mile Line Road / Route 441 / 19-004867

On 1/9/19 at approximately 1305 hours Deputy Kather made a traffic stop on a 2009 Kia Sorrento (JEX6709) and identified the driver as Scott Pernesky (48 y/o) through a NYS DL.  A DMV check revealed the car being reported stolen on 1/7/19 out of the town of Gates.  When asked to step out of the vehicle Pernesky drove off and refused to pull over again.  Patrol was unable to locate Pernesky to date and requested a warrant advised for Unlawful Fleeing of a Police Officer 3rd.  More charges could be forthcoming.


Grand Larceny /  Honeysuckle Terrace / 19-004246

(V) reports that on 1/8/19 at approximately 1320 he allowed his friends Christopher Williams (24 y/o) and Chester Roscoe (23 y/o) into his home. Williams asked to borrow Butler’s phone and left the apartment with it. Roscoe then grabbed several pieces of gold jewelry from the TV stand near the front door and left with it. The suspects then left in a black Mazda pick up. A short time later Williams returned the phone to Butler’s father in the city. Williams is currently on Parole for Robbery 1st. Roscoe is currently on Probation for Robbery 1st. Patrol is working with Probation and Parole to locate Williams and Roscoe.

UPDATE:  Patrol obtained a signed arrest warrant for Kristopher Williams and located him, with the assistance of the MCSO warrant unit, at his residence on Burning Bush Drive in Gates.  Williams was subsequently arraigned and remanded to MCJ on $3,000/$6,000.  Chester Roscoe was located on Pennsylvania Avenue in the city of Rochester on 1/10/19.  Roscoe was subsequently remanded to MCJ on a felony VOP warrant and the Grand Larceny 4th warrant was later lodged. 

Criminal Mischief /  Ayrault Road / 19-005889

An employee of the Town of Perinton observed a Snap which showed damage to soccer fields at a town park. The field at the above location was checked and it was observed that donuts had been done in the field, causing approximately $1,000.00 in damage. Patrol met with a suspect who said he knew what happened at the fields and would meet with her the next day as he was at work at the time.  Patrol to follow up.

Larceny /  Whittlers Ridge / 19-007912

(V), 69 y/o, states that on 1/14/19 she received a suspicious call from a male named “Christopher” who said that the (V)’s debit card had a fraudulent charge on it.  The male instructed (V) to go to multiple stores to purchase Target and Google Play gift cards in order to reverse the fraudulent transaction.  (V) complied and purchased $7,100 worth of gift cards, which she later gave the numbers and codes to the male over the phone.  When the suspect asked for more money the (V) realized it was a scam and hung up.  Patrol attempted to call Target to put a hold on the gift cards, but they had already been spent in New Jersey.  Patrol to follow up. 


Vehicle Larcenies / Various Locations / See Below for CR #’s

There were several reported vehicle larcenies during the overnight hours of the 1/8/19 into 1/9/19.  Most vehicles were unlocked. One victim had surveillance footage showing two suspects. Brighton PD stopped and arrested Tyler J. Strickland (17 y/o) and 2 juveniles. During the interview the suspects admitted to being dropped off Route 31 & Marsh Road and made their way westbound. The suspects estimate they went through approximately 120 cars. A backpack full of property was recovered. 

A-Zone CIS will be following up.

Vehicle Larceny /Alpine Drive / 19-004663

(V) reports that between 1/8/19 at 2000 HRS and 1/9/19 at 0730 HRS unknown suspect(s) stole 2 pairs of Rossignol skis and some ski poles out of his unlocked Nissan in his driveway (total value $2,176.15). Patrol to follow up.

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