Zone C Weekly Crime Report

C-Zone Neighborhood Crime Watch

January 10, 2019 to January 16, 2019


Petit Larceny / West Ham Circle / 19-006093

Three victims all had their vehicles parked in the driveway on West Ham Circle during the overnight hours of 1/10/19 to 1/11/19. In the morning of 1/11/19 they discovered that their vehicles had been rummaged through. It appears that all vehicles had been left unlocked. Taken from the vehicles were prescription omeprazola and oxybutin, a 13” HP gold laptop, Bose inner headphones and $10.00 worth of loose change. Deputies will continue the investigation.

Grand Larceny 4th / Marshall Road / 19-006606

The victim reports between 1/11/19 at 2100hrs and 1/12/19 at 1110hrs an unknown suspect(s) entered his Gray 2018 Chevrolet Silverado by UNKNOWN means and stole his scope lever action 44 magnum Marlin rifle (unknown serial#), (1) Carhart winter jacket and (2) burton winter jackets from the backseat of the vehicle. The victim is adamant that he locked his truck yet it was found in the morning to be unlocked when he noticed his passenger door was slightly ajar. Deputies will continue the investigation for the time being.

Petit Larceny / Box Car Drive / 19-005870

The victim reports between 1/10/19 at 1830hrs and 1/11/19 at 0630hrs an unknown suspect(s) entered the unlocked black 2016 Dodge Durango and stole the victims Dell Laptop work Computer. The vehicle was rummaged through but nothing else was taken.  During a neighborhood canvass Deputies found another vehicle that was entered and rummaged through. Nothing was taken from this vehicle but it was reported that the owner of the car found a driver’s license in their vehicle that didn’t belong to them. The investigation is ongoing.

Bank Robbery / Citizens Bank – 800 Paul Road / 19-007633

On 1/14/19 at 1111hrs C Zone Deputies responded to the Citizens Bank in the old K-Mart plaza on Chili Ave and Paul Road for the report of a bank robbery in progress. Deputies arrived on scene in less than two minutes but learned the suspect had already fled the scene with an unknown amount of money. No employees or witness could state whether the suspect fled on foot or in a vehicle. Two tellers put money in the bag, the total later learned to be $5,874.00. The male used a handgun during the incident.


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CPM 2nd, CPCS7th (ARREST)  / W. Ridge Rd / 19-006695

While on routine patrol, Deputies initiated a traffic stop on a red Chevy Cruze for driving with an expired registration. The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle was identified as Roberto Mendez. The odor of marijuana was observed emanating from the vehicle and Mendez admitted to smoking a little earlier in the day. Mendez then produced a small bud of marijuana from his front passenger seat. A search of the vehicle produced over 19 ounces of marijuana concealed in a black garbage bag on the back seat. A search of Mendez revealed 2 glass vials containing cocaine. Mendez was arraigned and remanded to MCJ.

Grand Larceny / Hilton Parma Corners Road / 19-006541

The victim reports between 11/1/18 and 1/8/19 an unknown suspect(s) stolen $9,000 in US Currency in various forms from the safe located in her bedroom. The victim states that the key to the safe is hidden in another part of her house. The victim believes her daughter and her friend may be responsible. When discovered the victim reports that the safe and key were not moved or tampered with. No signs of a break in at the location. Deputies are continuing the investigation.



Burglary 3rd/PL (Arrest) / Brockport Spencerport Rd / 19-005441

On 1/10/19 suspect Amanda Clemons-Whited was spotted in Walmart by loss prevention. Clemons-Whited had been previously trespassed from Walmart for stealing. On this date loss prevention watched Clemons-Whited conceal several items in a large purse that she brought with her. She then passed all points of sale without paying and was stopped by loss prevention with approximately $46.00 worth of property in her possession. Clemons-Whited was arraigned in Sweden Court and ROR’d.

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