; Adam Bello, County Executive

Zone C Weekly Crime Report

C-Zone Neighborhood Crime Watch
November 18, 2021 to November 24, 2021


Criminal Mischief / Beahan Rd / 21-193486

On 11/22/21, shortly after 0100 hrs, Deputies responded for a possible Burglary. At the location, which is a County-owned facility, a door on the south side of the building was smashed, apparently with a large piece of concrete, but it did not appear that entry was made. Numerous decommissioned RTS busses parked in the parking lot appeared to have been damaged and spray painted, but a county contact confirmed that this from past incidents. Two unknown make/model vehicles fled the parking lot according to a witness. The county declined further police assistance, but stated that they would make attempts to better secure the property.

Criminal Mischief 3rd / Chestnut Ridge Rd / 21-192882

On 11/21/21 at approximately 0045 hrs, a dark sedan containing five individuals arrived at the Express Convenience Store. An unknown male fractured one of the store windows using a traffic cone but was unable to break through. Three of the five individuals then left the location in the vehicle while a M/W wearing a dark sweatshirt and black sweatpants with a white stripe down the sides and a F/W with blonde hair and a white shirt traveled westbound on foot down Chestnut Ridge Rd. A K9 track led to a residential area of Chestnut Ridge. A juvenile suspect was seen by a neighbor sneaking out of the house earlier in the evening, but the juvenile and their father insisted that they had been home for several hours. Deputies to follow up.

Grand Larceny 4th / 3181 Chili Av / 21-193394

(V) lost his wallet while shopping at Wegmans and quickly realized that fraudulent purchases were made using his credit card. Approximately $500 was spent at Wegmans and the victim was alerted to additional purchases being made at the nearby Target. He responded there and learned that the suspect was still in the store. The victim confronted the suspect outside the store and his wallet with contents was ultimately returned. The suspect agreed to speak with deputies and all stolen property from both stores, with a total value of about $1535.00, was returned. The victim’s money was refunded and he declined prosecution.


Resisting/CPCS 7 / West Av / 21-190366

While conducting patrol, a deputy located Phillip Nicolosi in the rear of a closed business. The deputy’s prior knowledge of Nicolosi prompted the initiation of an arrest based on an active warrant out of Ogden PD. Nicolosi did resist being taken into custody. A search pursuant to the arrest revealed that Nicolosi was in possession of a pocket knife, a BB gun which had been spray painted black and a quantity of suspected drugs which tested positive for Methamphetamine.

Stolen Vehicle / W. Ridge Rd / 21-194874

Victim reports that he parked his green 2000 Honda Accord in his driveway at about 2330 hrs on 11/23/21. He let his dog out at 0300 hrs on 11/24/21 and found that his vehicle was missing. His other vehicle – a 2013 GMC Sierra - was found to have been gone through and the key to said vehicle was missing from the center console. Additionally, an unoccupied vehicle was left in the victim’s driveway with the headlights on. This vehicle was found to be reported stolen out of Gates. Deputies to follow up.


Nothing to report.


Burg 2/CM 4/PL / Clarkson Parma TL Rd / 21-189875

Victim reports that between 10/14/21 at 1730 and 11/16/21 at 0950, an unknown person forced entry through the door on the south side of his residence and stole a Gray Sentry safe from the residence. The safe contained legal documents and a passport. A neighbor witnessed a white sedan pull into the victim’s driveway on 11/15/21. An unknown male walked around the house and returned with a box matching the description of the safe. He placed it in the front, passenger seat prior to leaving. The victim is reviewing video and Deputies are following up.

**UPDATE A Deputy met with the victim at his home and reviewed video. The male suspect arrived in what appears to be a white, newer model Chrysler 300 sedan with no front plate. The male occupant kicks the 4-side door in around 1340 hrs and then leaves with the aforementioned safe as well as an additional box at 1347 hrs.

GL 3 / CM 4 / Manitou Rd / 21-193132

Sometime between 1630 on 11/20/21 and 0800 on 11/21/21 an unknown suspect broke two steel latches off a trailer used to house tools at a construction site. The suspect then stole a small mortar mixing trailer, a STIHL demo saw, a Milwaukee combo tool kit, a Dewalt combo tool kit, a transit leveling tool, a Bosch hammer drill, and a Honda 2400 generator. The total value of the stolen property was approximately $9800. Deputies to follow up.


Nothing to report.


Nothing to report.

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