Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on October 18, 2015 · Page A19
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Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York · Page A19

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Locations were Tarrytown Road, Cobb Terrace, Dale Road and Chadbourne Road. Items included a navigation device and car wash t ickets. BROCKPORT Property damage: A Holley Street resident said that someone fired a BB into their home at some point during the evening of Oct. 6. GATES Criminal mischief : Someone pried off the back-door latch and attempted to gain entry to a house on Eugene Street over the previous two weeks. No entry was made. Grand larceny : Someone broke into a building under construction on Spencerport Road and s tole some tools on Oct. 7. P etit larceny : Someo ne stole a cellphone from an unlocked vehicle on Calhoun Avenue on Oct. 7. A ttempted burglary : S omeone broke a rear w indow of a vacant house on Mercury Drive. No entry was made. IRONDEQUOIT Larceny: On Oct. 9, someone stole a large sum of money from the g love compartment of an u nlocked vehicle on Caro l Drive. B urglary charge: An 18-year-old Irondequoit man was arrested for allegedly stealing items from a house on Newport Road on Oct. 14. OGDEN Prostitution charges : Ogden and Gates police c onducted an undercover p rostitution detail that r esulted in four arrests at 12:47 a.m. Oct. 8 at an address on Park Road. Petit larceny : Someone stole a navigation device from a vehicle on Allandale Drive between Oct. 5 and 8. D og bite: At 7:15 a.m. Oct. 10, a victim reported being bitten by a dog on Spencerport Road. Assault: At 1:22 a.m. O ct. 11, a victim stated that she was struck in the head with a board on Lyell Avenue. The victim said she went to the location to help get beer, marijuana, and money that were taken at a f riend’s house during a p arty. When the group w ent to get the items back, they were allegedly attacked. Grand larceny: Someo ne stole multiple cart ons of cigarettes from a b usiness on South Union Street on Oct. 11. Petit larceny : A witness reported two white men, both in their late 40s or early 50s, got out of a truck and stole several pumpkins at 6:40 p .m. Oct. 11on Whittier R oad. G rand larceny : Someo ne stole an enclosed trailer and construction equipment from a lawn on Big Ridge Road on Oct. 12. The suspect broke off the lock on the hitch, attached the trailer to his vehicle and drove off. Aggravated assault : A victim received threat- e ning text messages f rom an unknown individual on Oct. 13. PENFIELD Wallet taken from vehicle: Someone reported that an unknown person entered an unlocked v ehicle on Hotchkiss Circle and stole a wallet between Oct. 10 and 11. Medicine taken: Someone reported on O ct. 10 that a bottle of prescription medication w as stolen from his unlocked vehicle on Pipers Meadow Trail. PERINTON Stolen auto: Someone stole a Acura Integra w ith no plates from an e xterior sales lot on Mac edon Center Road bet ween Oct. 12 and 13. Burglary: Someone entered buildings and stole tools from three separate entities at a construction site at Pe- rinton Hills Office Park sometime between Oct. 10 and 13. PITTSFORD Purse taken: Someone r eported that her front passenger window had been broken and her purse was stolen from her vehicle on Clover Street on Oct. 11. Criminal mischief: Someone drilled screws into all four wheels of a van parked on Mandalay Ridge between Oct. 8 and 9. B icycle stolen: Someo ne stole a gray mount ain bike from an un- l ocked vehicle on Lincoln Avenue between Oct. 9 and 10. VICTOR Criminal possession: ACortland man was charged after police found marijuana in his car after a traffic stop f or speeding on Route 96 i n Victor on Oct. 9. WEBSTER Petit larceny: Employees reported someone left the store without paying for $71in flowers at the Holt Road Weg- mans on Oct. 3. Petit larceny: A resident who is selling his house on Jaclyn Lane reported that money d isappeared from his c offee table after an i ndividual left the home a fter a walk-through on Oct. 4. Grand larceny: Security at Kohl’s on Holt Road reported that two individuals left the store without paying for electric toothbrushes and accessories on Oct. 5. Petit larceny: Someo ne reported that some- o ne entered his unlocked v ehicle on Champion Avenue and stole cash, golf clubs and a golf bag, and a driver’s license on Oct. 4. POLICE BLOTTER

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