Zone B Weekly Crime Report

B-Zone Neighborhood Crime Watch

September 6, 2018 to September 12, 2018


CPCS 5th / 2499 East Henrietta Rd / 18-159584

On 09/05/18 B-Zone first platoon deputies responded to the A Plus Sunoco for the report of a male smoking Marijuana in a green Chevrolet Avalanche.  Upon arrival Deputy Murphy located Nick Johnroe and Jordan Ladiges standing outside the vehicle.  Johnroe was nervous and made statements about being in possession of a small amount of marijuana and that he is on parole.  Johnroe gave MCSO permission to search the vehicle. 

While deputies were on-scene Brandon Russo approached them and informed deputies that the vehicle belonged to him and that anything inside the vehicle belongs to him.  Russo gave MCSO consent to search the vehicle.  While searching the bed of the truck a deputy located a drawstring backpack that contained several vials of cannabis based Vape Cartridges.  MCSO took possession of the cartridges and will be submitting them to the Monroe County Lab for analysis. 

Russo and Johnroe have significant criminal histories with arrests for burglary and vehicle larcenies.

Burg 2nd/PL / Colony Manor / 18-160139

The victims report on 09/05/18 they left their apartment to attend class.  When they returned they discovered an unknown suspect had entered their apartment by unknown means and stolen cash from two rooms inside the apartment.


PL / 650 Hylan Dr / 18-160492

On 09/06/18 Wegmans loss prevention observed a white male suspect enter the store then conceal a bottle of salad dressing and a New York Post newspaper on his person before leaving the store without paying for the items.  The suspect was identified as Steven Ristuccia.  Ristuccia was released on an appearance ticket.

CM 2nd / 1335 Jefferson Rd / 18-162860

The manager for the US Post Office reports between 09/07/18 and 09/08/18 an unknown suspect attempted to gain access to 2 blue mail boxes located in the driveway in front of the building.  Both mailboxes displayed pry marks where the suspect attempted to gain entry however neither box was opened and no mail was stolen. 

GL 4th / Ballantyne Rd / 18-163325

ID Theft / Marketplace Dr / 18-162620

The victim reports two credit cards were stolen from her purse inside her home on 09/09/18 while the family was having a birthday party for her son.  The cards were used to purchase merchandise at Walmart later in the evening. 

Burg 2nd/PL / Palo Alto Dr / 18-163364

On 09/11/18 an unknown suspect entered two unlocked vehicles in the driveway at the above address.  The unknown suspect removed sunglasses and a GPS from the vehicles.  The suspect also used a garage door opener from one of the vehicles to gain access to the attached garage.  A self-propelled lawn mower and a weed wacker were stolen from the garage.

GL 4th / Palo Alto Dr / 18-163770

The victim reports an unknown suspect entered his unlocked vehicle on 09/11/18.  The suspect stole college text books, a cell phone and a hand sander from the interior of the vehicle.


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