A Zone



GL 4th / 1900 Empire Blvd.  /24-45918

On 3/13/24 between 2:10 pm and 4:20 pm, someone stole the 2018 Hyundai Elantra which was parked in front of the location. The vehicle was equipped with a steering wheel lock on the steering wheel. A broadcast was sent out for the vehicle and a notification was received from RPD that the vehicle was located with a cracked front rim.

GL 4th/ PL / Hidden Meadow / 24-46377

Between 9:00 pm on 3/13/24 and 6:50 am on 3/14/24, someone entered an unlocked vehicle and stole a wallet containing a debit and credit card from the center console of the vehicle.

GL 4th / Sanders Farm / 24-46339

During the timeframe of 7:30 pm on 3/13/24 to 8:14 am on 3/14/24, an unidentified individual entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and took her wallet, which had her NYS DL, credit cards, and cash.

GL 4th / Live Oak Court / 24-048935

Between 3-17-24 at 10:00 pm and 3-18-24 at 11:39 am, an unknown suspect entered the victim's vehicle on Live Oak Court and stole his wallet, credit cards and other property.

Stolen Vehicle GL 3rd / GL 4th / Fast Trac 2500 Browncroft Blvd / 24-049197

On 3-18-24 at 8:00 pm, the victim left her vehicle unlocked and running in the above Fast Trac parking lot as she ran in the store. An unknown suspect stole her car (that also contained her purse and credit cards).

GL 3rd / Farm Brook Dr / 24-049542

The victim possesses a wallet flash drive containing $17,000 worth of bitcoin, protected by a password. The victim mistook an email from the company as genuine. He followed a request to click on a link, then willingly entered the password when prompted. He later came to the realization that he had been targeted in a deceptive phishing scam, resulting in the theft of $17,000.00 by an unknown perpetrator(s).


PL / Wegmans 3195 Monroe Ave / 24-045784

On 3-13-24 at about 9:45 am, the victim (77 yoa) was shopping when her wallet was stolen from her purse while she was distracted by another person.


B Zone




PL / 1100 Jefferson Rd (Staples) / 24-046403

On 03/14/24, an unknown man (wearing a black hooded shirt w/ purple writing on the back) entered Staples and distracted the cashier, while an unknown woman stole approximately $700 worth of merchandise.  The suspects then fled the area in a white BMW.

Grand Larceny 4th / 400 Jefferson Rd / 24-046762

On 03/14/24, the victim accidentally left her purse inside a shopping cart after she finished shopping at the above location.  Upon returning, the purse was no longer inside the shopping cart.  She later learned her Chase Bank card was used at the Henrietta Walmart.

Petit Larceny / 650 Hylan Dr (White House Liquor) / 24-046822

On 03/14/24, an unknown man and an unknown woman entered the store and stole approximately $200 worth of alcohol.  The suspects then left the area in a gold late model sedan.\


Burglary 3rd/Grand Larceny 4th / 4206 River Rd (Scottsville Athletic Association) / 24-046671

The president of the Scottsville Athletic Association reports between 01/19/24 and 03/12/24, an unknown suspect entered a secured shed and stole $1,030 worth of equipment. The items taken were four coach pitching machines, an Ameri stripe and a bag full of catcher’s gear.  

C Zone




GL 4th / PL / ID Theft 3rd / Powers Ln. / 24-045329

Sometime between 10:15 p.m. on 3/7/24 and 6:00 a.m. on 3/8/24, an unknown suspect entered the victim’s 2023 Dodge Durango, stole his Key Bank debit card and black biker vest. The stolen card was then used at Walmart in Greece to make $656.68 worth of purchases. There are no signs of forced entry, and he is uncertain if the car was locked.

Petit Larceny / Chili Ave. / 24-049016                                                    

As reported by the Manager of Big Lots, merchandise was stolen on 3/18/24 at about 1:00 in the afternoon by a man in his 20s or 30s wearing gray sweatpants and a black coat with gray sleeves, and a woman in her 20s wearing Croc sandals, gray sweatpants, and a black hooded sweatshirt. The two arrived in a white BMW with switched or forged plates and asked a worker to retrieve a large box of diapers (these are no longer kept on the shelves). The suspects then selected two Dirt Devil Vacuums, a small package of diapers, (with a total value of $149.97) and waited near the front entrance. When a customer entered the store, the pair departed through the entrance without paying for the selected merchandise. The white BMW in question matches the description of one used in other thefts across Monroe County.


Petit Larceny / Buffalo Rd. / 24-049091

The Manager of Dollar General reports an unknown man wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and green jacket stole an assortment of Slim Jim beef products. After gathering $110.00 worth of goods, the man exited the store and departed in a beige sedan, heading west on Buffalo Rd. The deputies conducted a license plate check with NYS DMV, but it did not match the vehicle in question.   


ID Theft 1st / Brockport Spencerport Rd. / 24-053836

Credit Karma sent an alert to the victim, informing him a loan for $6,532.00 was opened in his name on 2/20/24. The loan was established via Koalafi Financial and was issued to a company called J & J Prestige Auto and Collision. The victim contacted Koalafi Financial, who reported someone opened the loan using his social security number.


Petit Larceny / W. Ridge Rd. / 24-46664

According to the Manager of Country Max, on March 14, 2024, around 2:50 p.m., two men with beards, wearing baseball hats and dark-colored pants, entered the store. After choosing five bags of dog food, the individuals departed without paying. The first suspect was observed wearing a red shirt without sleeves, while the second suspect was seen wearing a green and white shirt with long sleeves. The total value of the merchandise is $393.95, and both males fled the area in an unknown.


DWI / NB Rt. 390/Lexington Ave. / 24-049848

Check the Welfare / Kendrick Rd. / 24-049875

At roughly 10:00 p.m. on the evening of March 19, 2024, the reporting person came across a silver Toyota Rav4 parked diagonally and against the curb on Kendrick Rd. She stopped to check the welfare of the driver and found him to be slumped over the steering wheel with the car in park and running. She observed a child standing on the seat in the back of the vehicle, who appeared to be approximately two years old. She began to make observations of the semi-coherent driver, to include a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from him. In fear that the likely intoxicated male would drive with the child in the vehicle, she opened the rear door, removed the child and told the male to stay in the car or she would call the police. The man only responded, “No police,” and he drove away from the location with the door still open. Shortly after this, deputies observed the same vehicle demonstrating erratic driving patterns on N/B Rt. 390 near Lexington Ave. and made a traffic stop. Deputies’ observations led to the arrest of Tul Gurung for DWI, and it was at this point they recognized the correlation between the city job and the individual they had in custody. They spoke with the caller and could confirm the car she removed the child from was the same one that was stopped on Rt. 390. The deputies established the location of the child's residence and subsequently made contact with the mother, who promptly took custody of the two-year-old.