Robbery: At 5:23 p.m. June 24, someone showed a bank teller at 2000 Monroe Ave. a note demanding money and left the bank with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Grand larceny:Four reports from 5 to 8:19 p.m. June 22 at 431 Penfield Road. In each case, someone smashed a vehicle window and stole a purse that had been left either on or under the seat.
Suspicious incident: On June 24 and 25, a panhandler walked up a driveway in the 1400 block of Elmwood Avenue, asking for money. When the homeowner said he had no cash, the person asked the homeowner to drive him to an ATM and withdraw cash. The homeowner refused, and the person walked away. The person returned the next day and knocked on the door and rang the doorbell, but the homeowner didn’t answer.
Suspicious incident: Between 8:35 and 8:40 a.m. June 22, an elementary-school student was walking south on Edgewood Avenue and was approached by an unknown person who offered the student a ride to school. The student refused the ride.
Aggravated unlicensed operator: Between June 21 and 25, Brockport police charged five people with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Each are scheduled to appear in Brockport Village Court.
Burglary: Between June 17 and 19, someone stole brown Advanta kitchen cabinets from a town home under construction on Boneset Trail.
Burglary: On June 21, someone entered an unlocked shed on Gilead Hill Road and stole a Ryobi 40V battery-operated string trimmer.
Burglary: On June 21, someone entered a lock apartment on Audino Lane and stole an envelope of cash. The victim has received the cash from the U.S. Army.
Larceny: On June 22, someone stole $375.93 worth of merchandise from the Rite Aid on Buffalo Road.
Larceny: On June 25, someone stole a $9.27 pack of Pall Mall cigarettes from the behind the counter at the Kwik Fill on Chili Avenue.
Larceny: Between June 1 and 21, an employee stole $150 worth of bulk food items from Grind Cafe on West Avenue. The employee has since been fired.
Burglary: On June 21, someone entered an apartment on West Ridge Road and stole a Samsung tablet, UE Boom speaker, and a gold Michael Kors watch.
Criminal tampering: On June 26, someone opened multiple fire hydrants in Clarkson and Sweden. The Water Authority will pursue charges if the suspect is located.
Driving While Intoxicated: A Palmyra man was charged after he was involved in a one-car crash at the intersection of Hook Road and Farmington Road on June 28. He failed to stop at a stop sign and crashed into a road sign and a shrub fence.
Petit larceny: Someone stole an unattended bike on Pond View Heights on June 1.
Petit larceny: Someone stole a hover board from a home on Affinity Lane on June 1.
Petit larceny: The victim states that he left his cellphone unattended for 30 minutes at Fuccillo Kia on West Ridge Road. When he returned, it was gone.
Burglary: Someone entered a vacant home on Britton Road at some point over the past two years and stole $1,048 worth of copper piping.
Criminal tampering: On June 21, someone drew offensive things on vehicles on Edgemere Drive. It didn’t cause any damage.
Petit larceny: Someone entered an unlocked vehicle on West Ridge Road on June 22 and stole the vehicle registration and insurance card.
Burglary: On June 23, someone entered a home on Hillcrest Drive through an unlocked window and stole jewelry, cash, and two coin jars with $350 in them. A neighbor stated that earlier in the day that two men approached her door and asked for “Josh.” No one named “Josh” lives in the home.
Grand larceny: During the overnight hours of June 21, someone stole a debit card out of an employee’s purse at Rochester Immediate Care on East Henrietta Road.
Petit larceny: A man was arrested at Home Depot on Jefferson Road after trying to steal a Dewalt framing nailer on June 22.
Aggravated harassment: In the overnight hours of June 24, someone spray painted a white swastika on the trunk of a car on Tumbleweed Drive. This appears to be related to other reports of criminal mischief in the area.
Burglary: Between Sept. 1, 2015 and June 28, someone entered a home on Justin Circle and stole an iPhone, jewelry, and gardening tools.
Burglary: On June 23, someone broke into the Honeoye Falls Youth Baseball shed on Rush Mendon Road by breaking the door latch. Once inside, the suspect stole four cases of pop.
Petit larceny: On June 25, someone, who lives on Norwich Drive, reported a dog scam. The victim paid a breeder in Georgia for two Pomeranian puppies. The victim waited for delivery, but the puppies never came. The victim later received an email asking her to pay a national insurance fee to the breeder. The victim realized it was a scam.
Petit larceny: The victim, who lives on Whittier Road, reported that someone stole a “Repeal NYS Safe Act” sign from his front yard on June 27.
Larceny: Someone entered an unlocked vehicle and stole a 10-inch subwoofer and the victim’s wallet on Burke Lane.
Attempted vehicle larceny: Two carseats were removed from an unlocked vehicle parked on Green Pine Lane and placed roadside between June 25 and 26.
Vehicle larceny: Sports equipment was stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked in a driveway on Green Pine Lane between June 25 and 26.
Criminal mischief: Someone shot a BB projectile into the passenger window of a vehicle parked in a driveway on Rossman Drive overnight on June 25.
Vehicle larcenies: Three unlocked vehicles on Neuchatel Lane were broken into on June 22. Loose change, electronics, and tools were stolen. Eight other vehicle larceny incidents occurred in the Penfield and Perinton area on June 22.
Boat larceny: Between June 16 and 22, someone stole a Sony CD player/radio from a boat moored at Arrowhead Golf Club on Gallup Road.
Driving offenses: A Victor man was charged on June 29 after police stopped him on West Main Street because he was using a portable electronic device while driving. He was then found to be driving with a revoked license, due to a previous DWI charge.
Burglary: A Rochester woman was charged on June 28 after allegedly stealing over $800 in merchandise from Von Maur in Eastview Mall. She had previously been banned from entering the mall and other Wilmorite properties.
Burglary, grand larceny: Someone broke into the rear glass door of a residence on Floribunda Way on June 19 and stole electronics, personal information and a Chevy Malibu vehicle. The car was later located in the parking lot of Klem Road North Elementary School.
Robbery: A man wearing a mask reportedly entered a North Avenue Sunoco gas station store on June 18 and demanded the employee open the cash register. He displayed a knife during the incident, then fled the store.
Burglary, grand larceny: Someone reported that a unknown suspect threw a rock through a window of a residence on Ridge Road on June 20, entered the residence and stole gaming systems, jewelry and personal information.