Zone B Weekly Crime Report

B-Zone Neighborhood Crime Watch
October 10, 2023 to December 6, 2023


Burglary 3rd / 4840 W. Hen. Rd. (McDonalds) / 23-176257

On 10/10/23 at approximately 3:55 in the morning, employees from McDonald's called 911 to report a broken drive-thru window. Deputies arrived, observed one of the drive-thru windows smashed out, and saw the suspects attempted to steal a cash register. Deputies quickly set up a perimeter and they attempted a dog track with negative results. There was no money taken and no other items appear to be stolen. 

Burglary 3rd / High End Smoke Shop (1455 E. Henrietta Rd) / 23-179201 

On 10/14/23 at 4:30 in the morning, A-Zone first platoon deputies responded to The Magic Smoke Shop at 3130 Monroe Avenue in the Town of Pittsford for glass break alarm. Deputies arrived on scene and found the front door smashed in with a large rock and merchandise strewn around the store and parking lot. The owner responded and had slight difficulty pulling up the footage, but they managed to see at least one suspect in the store and several others outside the front entrance. CR# 23-179171

At 4:54 AM, East Rochester PD got an alarm at Vision Kia at 201 E. Linden Avenue. Vision’s security company verified there were several individuals inside the dealership wearing dark hoodies. ERPD was quickly on scene and reported all individuals fled on foot. It is believed there were at least six suspects. East Rochester CR# 23-011096, MCSO CR# 23-179193

At 5:51 AM, B-Zone received an alarm at High End Smoke Shop at 1455 East Henrietta Road in the Town of Henrietta. The CCTV footage was being remotely viewed and it was reported there were 6 males inside the smoke shop stealing merchandise. The males got into a stolen Kia, which was stolen out of Syracuse. Deputies located the vehicle and attempted to stop the vehicle in the area of E. Henrietta Road at Route 390. The vehicle did not comply, and a pursuit was approved, which ultimately terminated for MCSO on E/B Interstate 90 at exit 41. NYSP and Ontario County continued the pursuit. The pursuit continued into Ontario County on I90 until the decision to terminate was made due to communication deterioration. 

Burglary/Petit Larceny / 1200 Marketplace Dr. / 23-181415

On 10/17/23, deputies responded to Walmart for a larceny. The suspect was described as a male, wearing a black jacket and gray pants. Upon arrival, loss prevention (LP) was outside, watching the suspect walk across the street. Deputies located the individual matching the description and identified him as Herbert Smith. LP also provided a previous trespass notice for Mr. Smith from 12/30/2021, which is effective for life.

Herbert had a County Court warrant and six felony convictions. Herbert was remanded to MCJ on no bail.

Multiple Larcenies / Walmart / 23- - - - - - -

Jacorii Smith, 33, was arrested on 10/22/23 for larceny. She only scanned some of her items at the self-checkout (she neglected to scan over $200 worth of goods in her cart) and left the location. Ms. Smith refused to cooperate with deputies, was arrested for the PL and also charged with Endangering the Welfare of a Child for committing crime with her three children. 

Charline Putnam, 48, was arrested on 11/1/23 for stealing $105 in merchandise from Walmart. 

She was issued an appearance ticket and released.

Jenna Gane, 38, was arrested at Walmart on 11/2/23 for stealing $444.02 in merchandise.

She was issued an appearance ticket and released.

Grand Larceny/Resisting Arrest / 2325 Marketplace Dr. / 23-193658

Deputies responded to Target on 11/4/23 for a man who stole $1,042.85 in merchandise. They arrested 35 year old Stanislav Maksimchuk. He attempted to evade arrest and was charged with Grand Larceny and Resisting Arrest. Deputies processed Maksimchuk and turned him over to other agencies as he had to answer for outstanding warrants at RPD, Gates PD, IPD, Greece PD (X2), and Webster PD. 

Petit Larceny / Wegmans (650 Hylan Dr) / 23-196984

On 11/09/23 at 10:15 PM, deputies responded to Wegmans for the report of a larceny. Once on scene, they spoke to Wegmans Asset Management who said frequent contact Stanislav Maksimchuk was observed on surveillance selecting assorted groceries valued at $460.17 and placing them in his cart. They observed Maksimchuk passing all points of sale and attempting to exit the store through an employee exit. Asset Management approached Maksimchuk and told him to give his cart to security. He picked up two steaks out of the cart and exited the store, leaving the rest of the cart behind. Maksimchuk left the area in a silver Toyota Sedan with a Buffalo Bills sticker.

Robbery 3rd / Grand Larceny 4th / Target (2325 Marketplace Dr) / 23-197334

On 11/10/23 at approximately 11:36 AM, deputies responded to Target for the report of a larceny. Upon arrival and interviewing Loss Prevention, it was determined a robbery had actually occurred. Loss Prevention reported while watching surveillance, three females between the ages of 40-50 enter the store and select numerous items. The females head towards an exit and Loss Prevention confronted one of the female suspects, where a struggle ensued over the cart. When doing so, another female suspect involved attempted to leave with a basket of unpaid merchandise. Loss Prevention attempted to stop her as well and another struggle ensued. During the second struggle, the first suspect reentered the store and grabbed the cart she had originally abandoned. While attempting to stop the first suspect again, the first suspect tried punching the Loss Prevention employee. During the entire struggle, the third female left the store with another cart of unpaid merchandise. The three suspects got away and left the area in a tan Chevrolet Impala bearing NYS Registration LDX3212.

PL/Resisting Arrest / 2325 Marketplace Dr. / 23-199306

On 11/13/23, deputies responded to Target for the report of a larceny in progress. Deputies arrived on scene, and the male, later identified as 29 year old, Michael J. Paniccia, was found running from the front door being chased by Loss Prevention. Deputies caught up with Michael in the parking lot and arrested him.

GL 3rd-Stolen Auto / 2039 E. Hen. Rd. / 23-205905

In the early morning of 11/24/23, a McDonalds (E. Hen. Rd. location) employee called 911 to report a suspicious vehicle was in the parking lot. Deputies found a 2014 Hyundai Elantra with damage to the windows. Deputies contacted the registered owner and discovered the vehicle was stolen from the registered owner’s residence during the overnight hours. The parking space the victim left the vehicle in had broken glass on the ground.

Criminal Mischief 3rd/Att. GL 3rd / 2009 E. Hen. Rd. / 23-205932

Deputies responded to the above address for the apparent stolen vehicle attempt. The owner of a red 2016 Kia Forte reported damage to the vehicle's steering column and a smashed out rear passenger window. This occurred sometime between 9:00 PM on 11/23/23 and 6:45 AM on 11/24/23.

Burg 3rd / GL / 348 Clay Rd. / 23-205946

The above address is still under construction with no tenants at this time. The head contractor called 911 on 11/24/23 to report a break-in and theft of tools. A door frame to the location had pry marks and the reported value of stolen tools is over $1,000.

Burg. 3rd / Crim. Mis. 3rd / GL 4th / 2059/2061 E. Henrietta Rd. / 23-207619

On 11/27/2023, deputies responded to the Developmental Disabilities Service Office (DDSO) building for the burglary alarm. Upon arrival, a second alarm was reported internally in the Guardian Angels Church, which connects to DDSO. While checking the exterior of the west side of the building, deputies found a broken glass window where the suspect likely exited, as the glass was mostly on the exterior of the building. A perimeter was set up and deputies/K9 searched for the suspects. They stole gifts cards valued at $1,100 from the Parish office.


Nothing to report


Nothing to report.


Burg. 3rd/PL/Crim. Mis. 3rd / 3820 Scottsville Rd.  (car wash) / 23-187100

In the early morning of 10/26/23, the victim called to report the car wash, Scottsville Auto Spa, was burglarized and sustained damage. At approximately 12:01 AM, two unknown suspects are on surveillance camera cutting the front door lock, entering the mechanical storage room and then cutting off and damaging the door to the change machine access door. The suspects are then seen on camera rummaging around the mechanical room before leaving at approximately 12:15 AM.
Both suspects are males, with stocky builds. One was wearing a camouflage jacket, surgical gloves and a face covering. The other suspect was wearing a black jacket and a face covering. They arrive at approximately 11:40 PM in a dark colored Mazda sedan with the license plate covered.
Upon the victim’s arrival, he observed six of his surveillance cameras to be spray painted black and the rear surveillance camera turned upwards. He estimates approximately $200.00 to be missing out of the front change machine. In that same machine, he noted two of the Hamilton change programmers to be damaged. Both valued at $600.00.