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Brockport Police blotter for April 30 - May 5, 2013

April 30
A Fayette Street resident reports that sometime between April 26 and April 28, a piece of jewelry was stolen off a coffee table inside the home.

Police arrested Torrie R. Piddington, 21 of Brockport, on charges of second-degree aggravated harassment as well as a violation for harassment. Piddington is due to appear in Sweden Town Court later this month.

May 3
An Evergreen Road resident reports someone threw an egg at their vehicle, causing damage to the driver side mirror. This occurred while driving on East Avenue past Havenwood Drive around 10 p.m. on May 3.

May 5
12:15am - Police responded to a Merchant Street address for the third-degree assault report following a fight after the suspect(s) fled the scene. Less than 48 hours later, after a diligent investigation, Brockport Police were able to identify a suspect identity. The victim, however, did elect not to press charges.

Brockport Police blotter for April 22 - 29, 2013

April 26:
Police arrested 29-year-old Jeremy Reinhart of Rochester on charges of driving while intoxicated as well as other traffic-related offenses. Reinhart is due to appear in Sweden Town Court.

April 27:
Police arrested 23-year-old Noel Vandorn of Brockport on charges second-degree assault, a felony. Vandorn was remanded to the Monroe County Jail.

April 28:
An Adams Street resident reported someone scratched their car, causing damage.  

The Brockport Police responded to 367 calls for service from April 22 through April 29.

Brockport Police blotter for April 15 - 21, 2013

April 15:
Police arrested Stephen J. Boronczyk, 22 of Syracuse, for second-deree obstructing governmental administration. He is due to appear in Sweden Town Court.

April 17:
A Barry Street resident reported an unknown suspect entered his house sometime between 12 p.m. 8:30 p.m. and stole a $400 “Ibanez” electric guitar, $600 in CD’s and DVD’s, and a leather CD album. There were no signs of forced entry.

April 19:
A King Street resident reports that someone smashed the rear window of their car, keyed both sides and the hood of the vehicle.

A Monroe Avenue resident reports that someone stole their “HP” laptop from inside their house sometime during the overnight.

April 21:
An Adams Street resident reports someone damaged the hood of their car sometime between 8 p.m. on April 20 and 2 p.m. on April 21.

Twenty women arrested in RPD prostitution sting

The Rochester Police Department conducted a prostitution detail in the Lyell Avenue area and arrested 20 women for prostitution.

Yolanda Chevere, 26 of Rochester
Carla Basnight, 43 of Rochester
Maybelle Smith, 29 of Rochester
Nicole Boston, 35 of Rochester
Prince Carter-Fagan, 28 of Rochester
Fresheba Wells, 24 of Rochester
Samantha Butler, 36 of Rochester
Angela Batten, 41 of Rochester
Brandy Flint, 32 of Rochester
Juanita Villaronga, 40 of Rochester
Raechell Gaddy, 35 of Rochester
Sandra McCloud, 56 of Rochester
Julie Hyde: Female, 37 of Rochester
Marjorie S. Markel, 45 of Rochester
Mariah Cozan, 30 of Spencerport
Jessica L. Townsend, 29 of Rochester
Kathleen Doty-McFarland, 40 of Rochester
Rebecca Henault, 28 of Rochester
Melanie A. Kirkpatrick, 42 of Irondequoit
Stephone Brooks, 21 of Rochester

Brockport Police blotter for April 8 - 14, 2013

April 9:
A South Avenue resident reported the theft of a Garmin GPS unit from their unlocked vehicle overnight.

April 10:
A Monroe Avenue resident reported the theft of their iPhone 4S.

A Main Street business had their window smashed during the early morning hours. Brockport Police were nearby, heard the window smash, and detained a suspect, Anthony D. Napoli, 22 of Clay, N.Y. The business owner declined pressing charges in lieu of restitution.

April 14:
Police arrested Stephen J. Boronczyk, 22 of Syracuse, N.Y., on charges of second-degree obstructing governmental administration. Boronczyk is due to appear in Sweden Town Court.

Police arrested Andrew J. Swartz, 23 of Brockport, on charges of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance as well as a marijuana possession violation. Swartz is due to appear in Sweden Town Court.

Nun admits to stealing thousands of dollars from two churches <p> </p>

An Orleans County nun accused of stealing from two Catholic churches admitted she did it.

Sister Mary Ann Rapp pleaded guilty to stealing $128,000 from St. Mark's Church in Holley and St. Mary's Church in Kendall. Investigators say it happened between 2006 and 2011. 

She faces six months in jail and will have to pay back some of what she stole. Investigators say Rapp had a gambling addiction and used the money at area casinos.

 

   
 

Brockport Police blotter for March 25 - 31, 2013

March 29
Police arrested Aaron D. Carlston, 39 of Holley, on charges of driving while intoxicated as well as other traffic-related offenses. Carlston is due to appear in Sweden Town Court.

March 30
Police arrested Adam M. Cote, 23 of Rochester, on charges of aggravated driving while intoxicated, as well as other traffic related offenses. Cote is due to appear in Sweden Town Court.

An Erie Street resident reported an undisclosed amount of money was withdrawn from their checking account between March 2 and March 26, 2013.

Police arrested Justin B. Cenci, 30 of Wilmington, NY, on charges of third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation as well as other traffic and drug-related offenses. Cenci is due to appear in Sweden Town Court.

March 31