Normal business hours are Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Media outlets are instructed to send all inquiries to mcsocommunications@monroecounty.gov or contact the PIO via phone.

Public Information Officer (PIO) Deputy Brendan Hurley can be reached directly at 585-753-4840.

Communications Director Amy Young may be reached directly at 585-753-4518.

Off hours (after 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, weekends, and holidays) Media outlets are instructed to call Media Line at 585-753-2978 for information on developing/breaking news and incidents. The Watch Commander will, in turn, disseminate requested information to all local media outlets.

All other inquiries, including requests for “enterprise” stories, may be made by contacting the Communications Office at MCSOCommunications@monroecounty.gov. These requests will be answered during normal business hours.

Mother Arrested for Assaulting Brockport School District Employee on School Bus

On January 9, 2024 at 4:09 p.m., Monroe County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the 3000 block of Redman Rd. in the Town of Clarkson for an incident on a school bus. A 10-year-old student called her mother from the bus saying a school employee inappropriately touched her while on the bus. After a tho...

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Two People Arrested During Sentencing at the Hall of Justice

At the Monroe County Hall of Justice on January 9, 2024, at approximately 3:00 p.m., Judge Randall was sentencing Sincere Vasquez for manslaughter. At the conclusion of the proceeding, there were outbursts in the courtroom between the involved families. Deputies took action to restore order and an i...

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Deputies Arrest Parolee for Burglary

On January 10, 2024 at 2:51 in the morning, Monroe County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the Amish Outlet at 3711 W. Henrietta Rd. in the Town of Henrietta for a burglar alarm. Upon arrival, deputies found a broken window in the back of the building and a suspect moving inside. The suspect took a p...

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Deputies Arrest Three Suspects for Robbery in Our Ongoing Efforts to Combat Retail Theft

Just before 9:00 on the morning of December 23, 2023, Monroe County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the Walmart on Marketplace Drive in the Town of Henrietta for a robbery. Prior to arrival, deputies were told three suspects passed all points of sale with a cart full of merchandise without paying. W...

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Deputies Prevent Two Thieves from Stocking Up on Stolen Copper Christmas Morning

At 6:32 a.m. on December 25, 2023, Monroe County Sheriff’s deputies responded to RG&E on Scottsville Road in the Town of Chili for the report of someone attempting to steal copper. Upon arrival, deputies found a man inside of a fenced area of the RG&E property, where they store the copper wire. They...

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Deputies Arrest Woman with Outstanding Warrants Found Unconscious Behind Wheel of a Stolen Car

On December 24, 2023, at 4:40 in the morning, Monroe County Sheriff’s deputies located a suspicious vehicle on Jay Scutti Boulevard at the intersection of Jefferson Road in the Town of Henrietta. A 2012 Nissan Sentra was sitting at the intersection, even though the traffic light was green. The deput...

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Ethics Complaint – Sheriff’s Statement

On May 25th of this year I was made aware that the Monroe County Ethics Board was investigating my participation in a television commercial that had originally aired in January 2022.  This investigation was borne out of a citizen inquiry sent to the Board. Shortly after this commercial first aire...

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MCSO Arrests Home Health Care Nurse for Abusing Child with Special Needs; Encourages Other Victims’ Families to Come Forward

On December 6, 2023, at 9:39 in the morning, a concerned parent came to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office A-Zone substation to report the abuse of his six-year-old child at the hands of the home health care nurse. The child has various health issues that require 24/7 care. The family hired Nicole G...

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