; Adam Bello, County Executive

Zone B Weekly Crime Report

B-Zone Neighborhood Crime Watch
October 15, 2020 to October 21, 2020



GL 4th/ID Theft / Surrey Hill Way / 20-179159

The victim reports during the overnight hours between 10/07/20 and 10/08/20, an unknown suspect entered her unlocked car parked in the driveway.  The suspect removed a wallet containing credit cards from the glove compartment.

GL 3rd / 525 Marketplace Dr / 20-039728

Asset Protection for Regal Cinema reports from July 2019 until 03/04/20, Robert Cedeno, the General manger for the location, has utilized a “print receipt function” 1,802 times to refund money to customers who paid cash.  Cedeno would then pocket the cash.  MCSO spoke with Cedeno regarding the transactions, Cedeno admitted to taking the cash.

Update Arrest:

Robert Cedeno turned himself in to MCSO at B-Zone.  Cedeno was arraigned in Henrietta Town Court and released ROR.

Criminal Mischief 4th / Petit Larceny / E Henrietta Rd / 20-183578

Victim reports that during the overnight hours of 10/15/20 into 10/16/20 an unknown suspect broke the rear window of her vehicle, once inside stole the vehicle’s lease agreement and other personal documents.

Criminal Mischief 4th / Att. Petit Larceny / E Henrietta Rd / 20-183479

Victim reports that during the overnight hours of 10/15/20 into 10/16/20 an unknown suspect broke the passenger front window to her vehicle.  Once inside the vehicle the unknown suspect rummaged through her vehicle but did not take anything. 

Criminal Mischief 4th / Grand Larceny 4th / E. Henrietta Rd / 20-183566

Victim reports that on 10/16/20 an unknown suspect broke the driver side rear window to his vehicle, once inside removed his wallet from the vehicle which contained several Debit Cards / Credit Cards and cash. 

Criminal Mischief 4th / Petit Larceny / E. Henrietta Rd / 20-183527 

Victim reports that during the overnight hours of 10/15/20 into 10/16/20 an unknown suspect broke the rear passenger window to her vehicle, once inside stole loose change. 

Robbery 1st/Criminal Impersonation 2nd / 2499 East Henrietta Rd / 20-184068

On 10/17/20, a black male suspect entered the 7-Eleven convenience store at the above address.  The suspect demanded the cashier give him the money from the cash register.  When the cashier refused to give the suspect the money, the suspect produced a knife.  The cashier again refused to give the suspect money, the suspect then moved behind the counter and an altercation between the cashier and the suspect ensued.  The suspect grabbed the cashier’s wallet from the counter area and fled the location in the passenger seat of a silver SUV waiting in the parking lot.

A short time later A-Zone deputies observed the suspect vehicle NB on RT 590.  A-Zone deputies conducted a traffic stop and took David Barber (driver), and David Perry (passenger), into custody.  The two suspects were transported back to the scene where Perry was positively identified as the suspect.  Perry originally gave arresting deputies a false name before being positively identified as David Perry. 

Investigators from MFU responded to the scene and assisted with the arrest.  Perry was charged with the above crimes.  Perry was remanded to MCJ in lieu of $25,000 cash, $50,000 bond bail.  Barber was not charged. 

Robbery 3rd/PL / Oak Mills Crossing / 20-184525

The victim reports he was returning to home on his bicycle during the early morning hours on 10/18/20, when he saw the driver side door of his vehicle was open.  The victim observed a black male wearing a dark colored hoodie inside the vehicle.  When the victim confronted the suspect, the suspect pushed the victim off of his bicycle and fled with a bag containing approximately $10 in loose change. 

PL / Erie Manor Lane / 20-185065

During the early morning hours of 10/19/20, an unknown suspect gained entry to the victim’s unlocked car parked in the parking lot at the above address.  The suspect stole a laptop from the interior of the vehicle. 

CM 4th / 1177 Brighton Henrietta TL Rd / 20-185333

Between 10/16/20 and 10/19/20, an unknown suspect cut a catalytic converter off a bus parked at the above address.  The bus was at the location for service during the time frame.


Nothing to report.


Nothing to report.


Nothing to report.

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