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Zone A Weekly Crime Report

A- Zone Neighborhood Crime Watch
September 9, 2021 to September 15, 2021

Penfield

Shoplifting / 1601 Penfield Rd. (Harbor Freight) / 21-146288

(R) reports that on 9/8/21 between 1700-1730 HRS two Male Blacks entered Harbor Freight at the above location and stole a Titanium Welder valued at $899.00. The first male was described as a male black around 20-30 years old around 6'0 and 230 pounds. He was wearing a black T-shirt, Black jeans, black shoes, and a black hat. The second male was described as a male black around 30-40 years old around 5'10 and 230 pounds. He was wearing a gray T-shirt, Blue jeans, and was bald.

Forgery 3rd / PL / Kidd Castle Way / 21-124582

On 8-4-21 the 87 year old victim reported her checks had been stolen out of her checkbook.   A check was subsequently forged and cashed at Family First Credit Union in the amount of $850.  The check was made out to Essence House and it was determined that Essence House stole the above checks, forged them and cashed one for $850.  On 9-10-21 House was arraigned in Penfield Court and released to pretrial services.

Perinton

Recovered Stolen Vehicle / Car Larcenies / 1355 Fairport Rd / 21-146525 / 21-146531

On 9-9-21 Deputies responded to McArdles Restaurant (above address) for an MVA, vehicle into a pole.  A vehicle was located, a grey Chevy SUBN, in the back parking lot.  It had run into a pole (no damage to pole) and was un-drivable. Vehicle was abandoned sometime overnight.  It was later learned that the vehicle had been reported stolen in Port Byron NY the day before.  Further investigation revealed that the suspect appears to have walked over to the Muffler Shop (1334 Fairport Rd) and rummaged through several unlocked cars.  From one vehicle the suspect stole $50 cash and miscellaneous property.

Burglary 3rd / CM 3rd / Balsam Lane / 21-148139

Deputies checked an apartment on Balsam Lane because it was vacant and had been recently burglarized.  Upon their arrival they interrupted a burglary in progress.  Four juveniles were detained without incident. All four juveniles were charged with the above crimes and released on appearance tickets.

Pittsford

Reckless Endangerment 1st / CM 4th / Falcon Trail / 21-148330

On 9/12 at about 0453 hrs the victim called to report he found a bullet hole in his front downstairs window   The bullet itself did not make it through the second pane of glass in the window and fell into the sill.  The victim was at home asleep when he heard a loud bang and the alarm going off from the window breaking.  Nothing was seen by the victims.  They have lived in the home for over two decades and have not had any major issues in the past.  The surrounding area and homes were checked for signs of shots fired with nothing seen.  There were no calls into 911 from any of the homes in the area for shots heard, or anything suspicious seen.  There was no reason to believe there was any ongoing threat to the neighborhood.

 

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