Zone B Weekly Crime Report

B-Zone Neighborhood Crime Watch

March 22, 2018


PL / 430 Miracle Mile Dr / 18-046702

On 03/13/18, a male suspect entered the Sunglass Hut store and began trying on several pairs of sunglasses.  Store surveillance video shows the male suspect place a pair of Gucci sunglasses up his right jacket sleeve.  The suspect then exchanged a pair of Versace sunglasses for a different pair of sunglasses before leaving the store with the Gucci sunglasses still secreted in his jacket sleeve. 

GL 3rd (Vehicle Larceny) / 4840 West Henrietta Rd /18-046047

On 03/12/18, the callers report that they had loaded their luggage into their vehicle at the Buffalo Airport. While unloading the car at home, they noticed that a black bag containing prescription medications and jewelry valued at $19,000 was missing. Upon further investigation, the callers located the bag and all of its contents at the Buffalo Airport. 

Falsifying Business Documents 1st, GL 3rd / 1200 Jefferson Rd / 18-041788

Representatives from the New York Chiropractic College report that a former employee has been stealing cash from the business for approximately 2.5 years. An Investigator met with Raquel Miller (33, Rochester) at her home.  Miller admitted to taking the cash.  On 03/15/18 Miller turned herself in on the charges.  Miller was arraigned in Henrietta Town Court and released ROR.

PL (Vehicle Larceny) / Peakview Dr / 18-049182

PL (Vehicle Larceny) / Peakview Dr / 18-048970

PL (Vehicle Larceny) / Staglen Dr   /  18-049087

During the overnight hours between 03/16/18 and 03/17/18, an unknown suspect entered multiple unlocked vehicles at the above locations.  Loose change, wireless headphones and a backpack containing swim gear were taken from inside the vehicles.

PL / Sedgley Park / 18-050531

The victim reports that on 03/11/18 and 03/18/18, an unknown suspect stole the Sunday edition of the Democrat and Chronicle from her mailbox.  The victim contacted the D&C and verified with the delivery person that the papers were delivered on the dates in question. 

GL 4th/PL (Vehicle Larceny) / High Manor Dr / 18-050340

Between 03/17/18 and 03/19/18, an unknown suspect entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle. The suspect stole a debit card, a tablet computer and a cell phone from the interior of the car. 

GL 4th (Vehicle Larceny) / Peakview Drive / 18-050901

On 03/19/18, deputies responded to the above location for the report of a vehicle larceny in progress. Upon arrival, the victim stated that he had intercepted the suspect attempting to steal two large duffle bags filled with hockey equipment from his vehicle. After a brief interaction between the victim and suspect, the suspect fled from the location into the woods.

GL 4th (Vehicle Larceny) / Peakview Drive / 18-050957

Victim reports that her black 2004 Jeep Cherokee was stolen. The victim stated that on 03/19/18, she heard a vehicle start at 2300 hours but did not investigate. The victim’s husband reports that his wallet and keys to the stolen Jeep Cherokee were missing from his vehicle. Contained within the wallet were various credit cards.

GL 4th / John St / 18-050801

On 03/19/18, the victim reports she last had her Chase credit card on 03/16/2018 at her place of employment. On 03/17/2018, she realized that her card was used to make fraudulent purchases at Greece Ridge Mall.

GL 3rd / 2350 Marketplace Dr (Lowes) / 18-050855

On 03/19/18, deputies arrested Andre A. Bonilla (20, Rochester) for Grand Larceny. An investigation revealed that Bonilla, while employed by Lowes, stole cash from the cash register in addition to 2 Kit Kat bars.

EWOC / 300 Park Point Dr / 18-051585

On 03/20/18 at 2105 hours, Security for Park Point was alerted to a child left unattended inside a vehicle parked outside the above location. Henrietta Fire responded, unlocked the vehicle and removed the child.  At 2135 hours, Dominique Simmonds (30, Rochester) approached the scene and identified herself as the mother of the child. Simmonds reports leaving the child because he was sleeping. Simmonds was processed and released on an appearance ticket.

PL / 2325 Marketplace Dr / 18-051374

On 03/20/18, Loss Prevention for Target observed three  females enter the store and conceal merchandise in a bag before leaving the store.  All three suspects were seen leaving the location in a blue Ford Fusion. Deputies located and stopped the vehicle.  The occupants of the vehicle were identified as Quamaine Robinson (21, Rochester), Kwantaejah Turner (19, Rochester) and an individual under the age of 18.  All three suspects were returned to Target where loss prevention positively identified them as those taking the merchandise.  The stolen items were located inside the vehicle and returned to Target.  All three suspects were released on appearance tickets.

GL 3rd (Vehicle Larceny) / 178 Peakview Dr / 18-051420

During the overnight hours between 03/19/18 and 03/20/18, an unknown suspect entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and removed a black bag from the interior of the vehicle. The bag contained a diamond ring and cologne.


GL 3rd / Honeoye Falls Five Points Rd / 18-047174

The victim reports that an unknown suspect accessed his ESL Bank account on 03/07/18 and transferred a large amount of money to a account. Neither the victim nor his wife authorized the transfer. 

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