Zone C Weekly Crime Report

C-Zone Neighborhood Crime Watch

April 20, 2018


Grand Larceny 4th-Stolen Handgun / Drake Road / 18-068645

Sometime between 4-11-18 and 4-16-18, an unknown suspect stole a black High Point .45 Caliber pistol from a dresser drawer in a bedroom. There were no signs of forced entry, and no other valuables were taken.


Burglary 2nd Petit Larceny / James Moore Circle / 18-067391

Sometime between 4-13-18 and 4-14-18, an unknown suspect stole a black Trek bicycle from inside the garage at the above residence. It appears as if the overhead door had accidentally been left open during the above time period.


Larceny to a Vehicle, GL4, CM4 /  5786 Buffalo Road-Churchville Chili High School / 18-067278

Sometime on 4-14-18 between 0900 and1035 hours,  an unknown suspect broke the front passenger window to a vehicle parked at the above location and stole a purse from inside which contained credit cards. Marks on the window’s weather stripping indicated a pry tool was used. One of the victim’s credit cards was used at a local gas station.


Petit Larceny / 6265 Brockport Spencerport Rd-Walmart / 18-064794

Walmart loss prevention observed both Leaha Wimmer and Maggie Dabb concealing cosmetics in their purses. When they passed all points of sale they were stopped. Stolen cosmetics were found concealed in their purses, boots, the waistband of their jeans, and the sleeves of their jackets. Total value of stolen items was $308.00. Dabb was processed and released with an appearance ticket. Wimmer was arraigned in Sweden court and remanded to MCJ on $250cash/$500bond.

Petit Larceny / Talamora Trail / 18-066208

Sometime on 4-13-18 between 1400-1445 hours, an unknown suspect stole an Ariens 24” snow thrower from the above location. The snow thrower was at the end of the driveway at the above with a for sale sign on it.

Grand Larceny 4th / Viking Way / 18-067946

On 4-15-18 (1840) the victim, who came in from Pennsylvania to sell his dirt bike, met the suspect at the Viking Way apartment Complex to sell him his dirt bike, a blue, 2004, CRF-450 (pink handlebars, pink engine head, unknown VIN number, unregistered). The suspect contacted the victim on Facebook, where the dirt bike was listed for sale, through a Facebook page under the name Nicholas J. Heschke. The suspect asked the victim to start the dirt bike, and then to take it for a test drive. The victim agreed to both requests. The suspect never returned from his test drive. Along with the above description, the dirt bike is said to have the number 3 on it, as well as the name “Nate Newton”.

PL / 6265 Brockport Spencerport Road-Walmart / 18-062909

On 4-7-18 (1034-1047) two females entered the above Walmart, concealed merchandise and then left without paying. The females left in a 2018 White Toyota. Through an investigation it was determined that one of the suspects, was a student at SUNY Brockport. She admitted to committing the theft and to discarding the stolen items. She stated the other female she was with had nothing to do with it. Walmart declined prosecution.

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