; Adam Bello, County Executive

Zone B Weekly Crime Report

B-Zone Neighborhood Crime Watch
September 10, 2020 to September 16, 2020



On 9/10/2020, B zone deputies responded to area of Sunnyside Dr. in the Town of Brighton to assist the Brighton Police Department with a possible burglary and car larceny investigation. While checking the area for possible suspects, a Deputy observed a vehicle leaving the immediate vicinity headed southbound on W. Henrietta Rd. The vehicle was a white Ford Explorer with a loud exhaust and a sole male black driver which matches the description of a vehicle involved in a rash of car larcenies in the W. Henrietta area over the past week. MCSO located the above vehicle traveling southbound on W Henrietta Rd. After the vehicle took made several evasive turns MCSO conducted a traffic stop on the above vehicle at John St and Park Centre. Upon approaching deputies observed one black male approximately 25 years of age, clean-shaven, wearing a grey sweatshirt, and black dew rag. As deputies approached on foot the vehicle fled northbound on John St at a high rate of speed and continued through a red light at John St and Bailey Rd. The vehicle continued at a high rate of speed before making a left turn on a red light at John St. and Jefferson Rd. A few moments later MCSO located the above vehicle traveling southbound on E River Rd at Still Pond Way. MCSO attempted to stop the above vehicle and the vehicle once again failed to comply. The vehicle was last seen driving south on E River Road passing Erie Station Rd. MCSO observed the above vehicle entering Countess Drive with no headlight on. The vehicle was located the above vehicle parked in the parking lot of the leasing office at Countess Dr. unoccupied. While clearing the above vehicle deputies observed in plain view the black handle of a firearm sticking out from underneath of the front passenger seat on the floorboard. A perimeter was established and Deputy Priolo responded to the scene and conducted a K9 track with negative results. RPD attempted to locate the registered owner of the vehicle with negative results.

Petit Larceny / 167 Lehigh Station Rd / 20-162661

Pooler Enterprise reports that, between 09/01/20 and 09/10/20, an unknown suspect stole batteries from a bulldozer that was parked at the above location. 

Grand Larceny 4th / Lowe’s (2350 Marketplace Dr) / 20-163176

Lowe’s Asset Protection reports that on 09/08/20 at 1154hrs an unknown female exited the store without paying for three vacuum cleaners. 

Grand Larceny 4th / 330 Clay Rd (Amazon) / 20-164217

Amazon Site Security Facilitator, reports that an internal investigation revealed that Amazon sub-contractor, Marsellis McGowan (S), stole Amazon gift cards between 06/29/20 and 09/13/20.  It was learned that Rhodes failed to deliver numerous gift cards and then proceeded to apply them to his personal Amazon account.  MCSO spoke with Rhodes, who admitted to stealing gift cards.  The investigating deputy will follow up with the arrest.

Petit Larceny / 1775 Marketplace Dr / 20-163895

A Klee’s Marketplace employee reports that, on 09/12/20, an unknown female entered the store and stole 10 packs of Newport Cigarettes.  The female was described as white, approximately 35-40 years old, 5’6 feet tall, 140 pounds, with numerous scars on her arms.  The female was seen leaving the location in a blue Ford Fusion.


Burglary 3rd/Grand Larceny 4th/Criminal Mischief 4th / 1391 Pittsford Mendon Rd (Crosby’s) / 20-165186

On 09/15/20, MCSO responded to Crosby’s for a burglary alarm.  Upon arrival the deputy observed that the northern glass door had been broken out by a brick. Video was reviewed and showed an unknown race male (wearing a red hooded sweatshirt w/the hood up, black gloves, dark pants, carrying a red tote) enter the building and proceed to steal cigarettes.  The male then left southbound and was seen walking up to an unknown vehicle that was parked on Rt 251. 


Grand Larceny 3rd/ Auto Stripping / 7283 West Henrietta Rd (Tuf Trucks) / 20-164769

Tuf Trucks, reports that, between 09/07/20 and 09/10/20, an unknown suspect stole catalytic converters) off of 3 pick-up trucks that were parked in the lot.


Nothing to report.

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