A Zone


PL / Walmart 1990 Brandt Point / 24-058673

On 4-3-24 at 4:07 pm 30-year-old Adrian D. King, stole miscellaneous merchandise by under scanning at the self-checkout. Store security arrested her and called 911. Deputies processed Ms. King and released her on an appearance ticket per NYS law.

Burg 2nd / GL / CM 3rd / Beacon Hills Dr South / 24-059377

On 4/4/24 between 5:30 pm and 8:30 pm, unknown suspects entered a residence on Beacon Hills Drive South and stole property.

Felony CM 3rd / Atlantic Ave. / 24-57181

Between 5:00 pm on 3/31/24 and 7:00 am on 4/1/24, four double hung Lakeside windows were smashed by an unknown person who threw a rock, according to the construction site manager.

Burglary 3rd/ PL / Pizza Hut 1900 Empire Blvd. / 24-59563
The District Manager for Pizza Hut at the above location reports between 11:30 pm on 4/4/24 and 8:59 am on 4/5/24, someone entered the location and stole property.

Burglary 2nd /GL 3rd/ CM 3rd / Grouse Pt. / 24-59714

Leaving for vacation at 5:00 am on March 26th, 2024, the homeowner returned on April 5th, 2024, at 1:00 pm, only to discover missing jewelry from his bedroom.

CPFI 1stWegmans 1955 Empire Blvd / 24-060577

On 9-5-24, an unknown suspect used a counterfeit $100 bill to purchase merchandise at the above Wegmans.

Attempted Car Theft / Wexford Place / 24-060985

Unknown culprits vandalized a 2021 Hyundai Sonata parked in the aforementioned lot by breaking its window at 3:00 am on 4-7-24. The sound of breaking glass was detected at 3:00 am, and the individuals in question made unsuccessful attempts to tamper with the vehicle's ignition.

Stolen Auto / Wexford Place / 24-061356

During the time frame of 4-7-24 at 1:00 pm and 4-8-24 at 8:00 am, unidentified individuals stole the victim's 2013 black Hyundai Sonata. There was an unsuccessful attempt to steal a car the prior evening.


PL/CM 4th / Perinton Square Mall 6720 Pittsford Palmyra Rd. / 24-59716

On 4/5/24, a driver employed by Buffalo Biodiesel made an attempt to collect the oil from the storage bins situated behind Sakura Garden and Tandoor at the aforementioned address. He discovered the locks securing both storage containers had been forcibly removed, resulting in the theft of the oil.

B Zone


Burg 3rd/PL / 650 Hylan Dr (Wegmans) / 24-055817

On 03/29/24, Wegmans Asset Protection reported a known man entered the store and stole approximately $80 worth of merchandise. Steven Marcoccia has previously been banned from all Wegmans stores. Deputies responded and placed Marcoccia under arrest without incident. An appearance ticket was issued for Henrietta Town Court in accordance with NYS law.

Petit Larceny / 400 Jay Scutti Blvd (BJ’s) / 24-058176

BJ’s reports on 04/02/24, an unknown man wearing a white/gray hooded sweatshirt stole at least $44.99 worth of candy. The man was seen fleeing the parking lot in a blue Chevrolet SUV with an unknown license plate.

Criminal Mischief 3rd/GL 4th / Marketplace Dr / 24-060599

On 04/06/24, an unknown suspect broke into the victim’s Toyota Corolla by damaging the front passenger side window. The suspect then stole the victim’s wallet, which contained various debit/credit cards. The victim was later notified someone attempted to use his ESL debit card at Moe’s Quick Trip (820 Dewey Ave, Rochester), but the transaction was denied.

Robbery 1st/ Grand Larceny 4th / 5152 E River Rd (7-Eleven) / 24-061277

On 04/08/24, at 2:55 in the morning, deputies responded to the 7-Eleven for a robbery in progress. Two unknown males entered the store and demanded the employee empty the cash register and put several packs of Newport cigarettes into a bag. The first suspect (slender build, black pants, gray hooded sweatshirt and black coat) was armed with a silver knife. The second suspect (medium build, black pants, black sweatshirt and black coat) was carrying an aluminum baseball bat with an orange grip. Both suspects were wearing full face masks and gloves. Major Crimes Unit investigators have the follow up.

Burglary 3rd/CM 3rd/PL / 1555 E Henrietta Rd (former dry cleaning business) / 24-060835

On 04/07/24, deputies responded to the above vacant business for the report of an unknown man inside the building. The General Manager of the Tally Ho is currently responsible for the property and stated they have been having issues with a homeless individual squatting inside the property. No one was found inside the building, but deputies did discover the front door was broken and there was additional damage to the interior of the property. Additionally, it was discovered a wedding dress had been stolen from the property. 

Criminal Mischief 3rd/Petit Larceny / Eagan Blvd / 24-060440

Between 9:30 PM on 04/05/24 and 10:30 AM on 04/06/24, an unknown suspect broke into a 2010 Mercedes Benz and Subaru Crosstrek. The suspect damaged the vehicle windows with a brick and proceeded to steal a diagnostic scanner from one of the vehicles.  A small amount of blood was found inside the front passenger door of the victim’s Mercedes. The investigation is ongoing.

Petit Larceny / 300 Hylan Dr (Petco) / 24-060532

On 04/06/24, an unknown man entered the store and stole $247.96 worth of merchandise. The suspect then fled the location in a blue 2017 Nissan Sentra.

Grand Larceny 3rd / Greenleaf Ct / 24-061488

On 03/01/24, the victim was attempting to find part time employment through an internet search and was later contacted by “Mary”, who claimed to be a representative of “Resy Restaurant.” The victim states she was contacted through the Whatsapp and told her job would entail purchasing crypto currency with her own money and then sending crypto to a specific crypto wallet address. The victim was told she would be compensated after the deposits were made. In total, she deposited $13,914.87. After being unable to access any of her funds, the victim finally became suspicious.

Grand Larceny 3rd degree / DTLR (1 Miracle Mile Dr) / 24-063678

On 04/11/24 at 6:31 in the evening, deputies responded to DTLR for the report of a larceny. The Manager reports a man entered the store wearing a blue sweatshirt, black pants and a black hat. While she was assisting another customer, the man picked up at least sixteen pairs of Nike sweatpants and ran out of the store. The merchandise was valued at $4,080.00. He then exited the mall property in a black Chrysler 300.


Grand Larceny 3rd / River Rd / 24-062420

On 04/09/24, deputies responded to the above location for a delayed larceny report. The victim recently viewed her Discover savings account and noticed an unauthorized withdrawal ($38,905.79) occurred on 03/20/24. The bank statement showed the withdrawal was listed as “Mark Youngberg Sale.” Further investigation reveals that Mark Youngberg is a real estate agent in Sioux Falls, SD.

C Zone


Petit Larceny / Chili Ave. / 24-057374

Wegmans Asset Protection reports on 4/1/24 at about 1:15 pm, an individual, later identified as Jacques Conde, selected numerous food products and passed all points of sale without rendering payment. AP recovered the merchandise in the parking lot, but Conde left the location in a blue 2020 Mercedes G30. The vehicle was located in the area by NYSP, and deputies responded to detain Conde. The completion of the remaining steps in the arrest process occurred without any issues, and he was subsequently released with an appearance ticket in accordance with the laws of New York State.

ID Theft 3rd / Boneset Trl. / 24-057546

The victim recently received a phone call from a property owner in Houston, Texas, inquiring when she would be paying her rent. During their conversation, it was learned that someone used her information to submit a rental application. There haven't been any charges detected on her bank accounts; however, a woman who alleges to be the victim has sent the property owner a signed lease, Renter's Insurance, and a copy of a valid NYSDL, all under her name. Although the NYSDL contained accurate details about the victim, the photograph portrayed a black female, whereas V is a white female. It is currently unknown how her information could have been obtained.

Burglary 3rd / CM 4th / Paul Rd. / 24-057817

A storage trailer belonging to Midlakes Development and Construction was broken into sometime between 6:30 pm on 4/1/24 and 6:50 am on 4/2/24, resulting in the theft of water heaters, flooring, and table legs with a total worth of $18,570. In addition, someone stole a ladder, two wire rolls, and an area rescue station.

Forgery 2nd / GL 3rd / Union St. / 24-062242

The victim reports sending a business check to Honeybrook, PA on 2/23/24. Despite being written for $3705.70, the bank alerted him that the check had been cashed for $4705.70, with the payee changed to "Natasha Bridges" and an address in College Park, GA. The check was endorsed with an illegible signature and it is unknown at this time where it was cashed.


Petit Larceny / Lake Rd / 24-058541

The manager of the Runnings store reported that an unidentified man in his 30s, wearing a high-visibility jacket and black beanie, entered the store around 12:15 pm on 4/3/24 and headed to the tool section. The stolen items include a DeWalt jig saw worth $129 and a DeWalt 20v dual speed nailer worth $369. The suspect then passed all points of sale and exited the store. The suspect got into a gray Nissan Sentra and left the area going northbound on Lake Rd. with the stolen tools.


Identity Theft / Rolling Meadow Dr / 24-057342

The victim received a notification from her bank about possible fraudulent charges on her ESL checking account on the morning of 04/01/2024. There were several charges made using her debit card in several states that ESL was able to block. After further reviewing her account, she found multiple transactions made locally under the name "Carol Downey." The victim has since canceled the card and reported numerous purchases totaling $656.70.

Grand Larceny 3rd / Hilton Parma Corners Rd. / 24-061726

At around 9:30 in the morning on 4/8/24, the victim experienced a computer freeze and later communicated with an individual calling themself "Chris Thompson" who alleged to be a Microsoft technician. The technician reportedly transferred her to "Brent Neeman" from the Federal Trade Commission. Neeman claimed her social security number was connected to multiple fraudulent accounts on the dark web. To prevent any accusations of theft, she was instructed to send $12,000 in cash to someone in New Jersey via mail. They instructed her that "Robert Green" from Social Security and "Brian Mackenzie" with the New York State Police will visit her home on 4/9/24 to reimburse her the $12,000. The phone numbers used appear to be Google voice numbers.