Grand larceny: Between Aug. 14 and Sept. 12, someone called a car dealership on West Ridge Road and claimed to be from an out-of-state marketing firm. The caller provided information on a direct mail campaign and the dealership eventually agreed to the promotion. The dealership sent a check. The suspect's phone number and websites no longer work.
Petit larceny: Between Sept. 10 and 11, someone entered a locker room at Bill Gray's Regional Iceplex on Brighton Henrietta Town Line Road and stole cash and a check out of the victim's wallet.
Suspicious incident: Twice in two days, three men went to the home of an elderly woman on Blossom Road and tried to get her to sign a contract to have work done.
Grand larceny: On Sept. 12, someone stole cash and a credit card out of an employee's purse at Friendly Senior Living on East Avenue.
Larceny: On Sept. 4, someone stole property from a Park Avenue home. Police didn't reveal what was stolen of if the theft occurred inside the home.
Criminal possession of a forged instrument: On Aug. 18, a man completed three separate transactions using 21 different counterfeit $20 and $50 bills to purchase Visa gift cards, flowers and steaks from a store on Chili Avenue. The man went to the same register for each transaction.
Petit larceny: On Aug. 29, a man entered the Speedway gas station on Chili Avenue and stole two 12-packs of Corona beer. In a potentially related incident, a man entered Speedway two days earlier, taken out a plastic bag and took three cases of candy bars.
Suspicious condition: On Aug. 28, a Hitree Lane resident called 911 to report two suspicious men walking door-to-door while wearing reflective vests and claiming they were RG&E employees. A deputy spoke to at least three people who allowed the men to enter their homes. One neighbor said he accompanied the men into his basement and that they only flashed a flashlight on the meter, even though they said they were checking for gas leaks. RG&E stated that no contractors were in the area that day. The company said meter readers were scheduled to be in the area on Sept. 4.
Grand larceny: Between Aug. 28 and 29, someone stole a red Honda 250 ATV (late '80s model with gold rims) from the front yard of a home on Lake Road. The suspect also tried to steal a blue Yamaha ATV from the same area. The Yamaha was found behind the Lake Road house during the investigation. A third ATV, a tan Yamaha 350 Big Bear, had its ignition system cut and removed.
Criminal mischief: On Aug. 28, two men broke off three coin boxes attached to the vacuums at Top Notch Car Wash on Lake Road. The same day, suspects broke off and stole five coin boxes attached to vacuums at Classy Chassy Car Wash on Lake Road in Sweden. Deputies arrested a 32-year-old Hamlin man and a 32-year-old Holley man in connection with the thefts.
Petit larceny: On Aug. 27, a man stole numerous cases of NOS Energy Drink by loading up a shopping cart and leaving the Jefferson Road Tops store without paying. He got into a dark-colored, two-door vehicle and also damaged the entrance doors while leaving, deputies said.
Criminal mischief: On Aug. 28, someone smashed out the read windows of two vehicles, a Toyota Camry and a Lexus, and stole personal belongings from the cars parked at RIT on Lomb Memorial Drive.
Burglary: On Aug. 28, someone entered a Greenbriar Lane home by damaging the front screen door. Nothing was stolen, but the homeowner said her power had been turned off.
Petit larceny: On Aug. 28, a couple entered Walmart on Marketplace Drive with their two kids, ages 2 and 5. Inside the store, they filled a diaper bag with merchandise, picked up a microwave and exited the store without paying.
Petit larceny: On Aug. 29, a man gave the cashier at the Henrietta Gulf Truck Stop on West Henrietta Road a credit card to activate the gas pump. The man pumped 106 gallons of diesel fuel into a white Volvo truck with no trailer and left. The credit card was declined.
Burglary: Between Aug. 31 and Sept. 1, someone broke the glass on a side door near the service entrance at Van Bortel Subaru on West Henrietta Road and damaged a vending machine in the break room. The suspect pried open the machine to access the coin box.
Unlawful possession of a skimming device: On Aug. 30, the security manager of ESL Federal Credit Union stated that two men installed a skimming device on the drive-through ATM at the bank branch on West Main Street. The device was removed and turned over to deputies.
Burglary: Between Aug. 26 and Sept. 3, someone entered a foreclosed home on Rush Mendon Road and removed copper pipes from the basement ceiling.
Forgery: Someone reported on Aug. 20 that an unknown person cashed three checks totaling $2,498 with a company's routing and account number.
Larceny: Someone reported that on Sept. 5 a caller who was reportedly from a company called "One Solutions" stole $19,755 from his bank account. The caller appeared to put $20,000 into the resident's account before demanding that he wire the $19,755 to the Bahamas.
Forgery: Wegmans reported that two people passed a total of 14 counterfeit $50 bills at the Pittsford Palmyra Road store on Sept. 9.
Stolen vehicle: Someone stole a 2007 Hyundai Elantra from a location on Pittsford Victor Road on Sept. 10.
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Petit larceny: Between Sept. 2 and 3, someone stole a ceramic dolphin decoration from the front yard of a home on Rochelle Drive. The victim said the dolphin is worth $450 and is requesting prosecution.
Aggravated operation of a vehicle: A Farmington woman was charged after a traffic stop on West Main Street revealed she was driving an uninspected and uninsured vehicle with a non-driver ID on Sept. 6.
Burglary: On Aug. 27, deputies responded to a burglary in progress on South Union Street. The victim said she was a man removing property from her shed and that he left in a black Chevrolet S-10 pickup. Deputies found the suspect as he was trying to scrap stolen property at Metalico.
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