Zone C Weekly Crime Report

C-Zone Neighborhood Crime Watch

October 4, 2018 to  October 10, 2018


Grand Larceny 4th / Scottsville Road / NB RT 390 On Ramp / 18-178880

On 10/03/2018 the victim in this case was involved in a serious motor vehicle accident while operating a motorcycle. On 10/6/2018 an MCSO deputy was following up with the MVA, when the victim reported that he had $2680.00 (26 $100.00 bills, 4 $20 bills) stolen out of the backpack he was wearing during the accident. The victim stated the currency was rolled up and secured with a hair tie. The currency was located in the top pocket of the backpack. Also in the money roll was a card from game stop. The victim reports when he received his backpack from Strong security, the money was missing but the hair tie and card from game stop were still inside the pocket. A witness was identified in the preliminary investigation who stated he observed a heavy set while male wearing a Nike T-Shirt and Shorts going through the victims back pack at the scene of the accident.  The investigation is ongoing.

Grand Larceny 4th / Chestnut Ridge Rd. / 18-179827

Victim reports that between 2200hrs on 10/7/18 and 1531hrs on 10/8/18 someone stole a silver Tapco 2 siding break, valued at $2,500, from the driveway of the location. The victim observed a white van parked in front of his neighbor’s home on 10/7/18 (no time given). The next day he came outside and discovered that the siding break had been stolen. Investigation continues.

Petit Larceny / Rite Aid - 4374 Buffalo Road -  N. Chili / 18-176973

On 10/3/18 at 1335hrs, the manager at Rite Aid called 911 after he observed two enter the Rite Aid store, select four printer ink cartridges from the shelf, remove the magnetic security features with an unknown tool/device and conceal said cartridges in bags that they were carrying.  The manager confronted the females who immediately caused a scene. The manager asked the females to leave to store prior to calling 911. The females entered an unknown color 2003 Ford Focus bearing NYS REG #HWR2753. Investigation continues.


GL4th / W. Ridge Road /  18-179715

Jeffrey Kirchmeyer, the owner of Kirchmeyer Inc, reports between 10/7/18 at 0230 and 10/8/18 at 1100 and unknown suspect(s) stole an unknown model Hex Auger from the construction site of the new Speedway Gas station on the corner of Rt. 260 and Rt. 104.  A review of the video identified a White/ Male wearing a green or yellow T. Shirt loading the auger into the trunk of a silver or gray sedan. Investigation continues.


Nothing to report.


Nothing to report.


Criminal Mischief, Making Graffiti / Railroad Ave / Hovey Street – sidewalk / 18-179586

On 10/7/2018 at 0048hrs a witness called 911 to report that while walking on the sidewalk on Railroad Ave and Hovey Street he noticed that an unknown suspect(s) had spray painted racial slurs on the public sidewalk near the bus stop. No further information was report. A neighborhood canvass was conducted with negative results. Investigation continues.

Criminal Mischief / 225 West Ave – Quest Elementary / 18-178719
Between 10/5/2018 at 2030 and 10/6/2018 at 0930 an unknown suspect spray painted an image of a male genital with the words “Bingo” next to it on a brick wall of the school. It was further reported that three vehicles parked in the black parking lot also had the same image spray painted on them, minus the words “bingo”.  All the graffiti was painted in black spray paint.  Hilton Security was on scene to make the report. School security will view the surveillance footage.  Investigation continues.


Robbery 3rd, GL 4th, CM 3rd / Butcher Road / 18-179887

On 10/8/2016 the suspect got into an altercation with the victim at their residence. The incident started after the victim found marijuana and marijuana growing paraphernalia inside the suspect’s room. The suspect became outraged that the victim threw out his marijuana and confronted her in her bedroom when the victim was in bed. The suspect grabbed the victim’s cell phone from her hand and threatened her.  The suspect walked out of the room, walked back upstairs and proceeded to smash a 65” flat screen TV valued at $1500.00. The victim responded to C Zone to make the report. An investigation was conducted leading to the arrest of the suspect.

Burglary 3rd, GL 3, CM 4th / Edward Lane / 18-179674                                                                                                 

The owner of Combat Construction reports between 10/6/2018 at 1200hrs and 10/8/2018 at 0800hrs an unknown suspect cut the locks off two storage units on the construction site on the south side of Edward Lane and Loretta Drive housing development. Once inside, the suspect(s) stole a Honda Gas generator ($1000), Husqvarna cut off saw ($1000), AGL Pipe Laser ($8000), Spectra Grade Laser ($1000) and 350’ of copper ($2500). A neighborhood canvass by deputies occurred.  On 10/6/18 at 1:00 p.m., a neighbor observed a dark colored 4 door SUV with a W/M driver in his mid-30’s circling the housing development multiple times in a 15 minute period.  Investigation continues.


Nothing to report.


Nothing to report.

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