Grand larceny/scam: Between Oct. 18 and Oct. 22, someone phoned a resident of Milford Road, pretending to be the grandson who supposedly had been arrested out of state. The victim was directed to buy gift cards and read the caller the numbers, in order to pay for his attorney and bail. The victim followed instructions and later learned that this was a scam.
Suspicious incident: Between 12:17 and 10 p.m. Oct. 31, a resident of Eastbrooke Lane opened an email from the spam folder. The email stated that by opening it, the resident had downloaded software on his computer and the resident would need to pay bitcoin to stop the software.
Burglary: Between 6:30 and 8 p.m. Oct. 26, someone forced open the door of an apartment on Crittenden Way. Cash, a laptop computer and a megalodon tooth were among the items reported stolen.
Grand larceny: Between 7:30 and 11 a.m. Oct. 28, someone stole a wallet and prescription medication from an unlocked vehicle parked at Rustic Village on East Henrietta Road.
Petit larceny: Between Oct. 21 and Nov. 1, seven reports of items stolen from vehicles on Sunset Drive, Eastbrooke Lane, Danbury Circle South, Westfall Road, Wintergreen Way and Bonnie Brae Drive.
Criminal mischief: A Le Roy man was charged after he allegedly kicked and damaged a residential fence in Brockport on Oct. 21.
Burglary: Someone forced a door open at a residence on Sweden Walker Road and stole a 12-gauge shotgun, a television, a safe and $10,000 in cash on Oct. 15.
Grand larceny: Three women allegedly stole a number of dolls from a Toys R Us store on Hylan Drive on Oct. 30.
Burglary: An unknown person broke into a residence on Candlewood Road and stole a ring from a bedroom on Oct. 28.
Stolen vehicle: Someone reported that her vehicle had been stolen from a driveway at a residence Rawlinson Road on Oct. 29. Keys to the vehicle may have been inside another vehicle parked in the driveway.
Burglary: Someone reported on Oct. 29 that about $50 in beer was missing from a refrigerator at a residence on Ironwood Drive. He recalls hearing the sliding glass door slam shut and watching four younger men run down the street carrying beer bottles.
Criminal mischief: Someone threw a cement block through a garage window at a residence on County Clare Crescent on Oct. 26.
Burglary: Someone reported that on Oct. 31 an unknown person entered a Tobey Road residence and stole about $5,000 from a metal box in a bedroom.
Petit larceny: A man was charged after he allegedly concealed $399 worth of clothing on his person at a Holt Road Kohl’s and attempted to leave the store on Oct. 23.
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