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Several arrested as result of license plates readers at Eastview Mall

The recently-installed license plate readers at the entrances of Eastview Mall are helping to crack down on known shoplifting groups in our area. The license plate readers were installed at Eastview in November. The goal is to identify and detect criminals, missing persons or stolen cars. Some shoppers say this is good news. Read more from 13WHAM more

Victor sneaks past Schroeder in OT

Victor would open up the scoring with two goals early in the first period as Sam Lambert and Ashton Collazo found the back off the net. Schroeder would score the next three goals by Nick Obi, Hunter Olsen and Matt Higgs. After Brandon Manning tied it up for the Blue Devils, Michael Leone gave the Warriors the lead back before... more

Deputies: Canandaigua woman drove wrong way on I-490 in Victor, charged with DWI

Deputies say on Saturday around 3:35 am they arrested a 35-year-old Canandaigua woman after she was observed by authorities driving the wrong way on Interstate 490. Deputies say that Laura K. Varga, 35, of Canandaigua was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated for having a blood-alcohol content of .18, as well as a number of other citations — including driving... more

Clyde woman accused of theft from Lord & Taylor at Eastview Mall

Deputies in Ontario County say that a 61-year-old Clyde woman was arrested for petit larceny after she allegedly stole $577 worth of merchandise from Lord & Taylor at the Eastview Mall. Deputies say that Patricia A. Cromartie, 61, of Clyde was arrested for petit larceny and also charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief when it was determined that some of the... more

Rochester man arrested in Pittsford after large theft from Eastview Mall

A Rochester man was finally arrested and charged after stealing more than $1,000 in merchandise from Lens Crafters at Eastview Mall in August. Deputies in Ontario County say that Michael Riggins, 57, of Rochester was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny after being arrested on Saturday around 10:38 pm at the St. John Fisher Park and Ride in Pittsford. A warrant... more

Rochester man charged with grand larceny after Eastview Mall theft

Deputies in Ontario County say that a Rochester man was charged with grand larceny after he worked with an unidentified female to steal 18 items from Macy’s at Eastview Mall. Deputies say that the value of the 18 items was $1,000.96. Shon Jones, 48, of Rochester was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny and was remanded to the Ontario County Jail... more

Former Rochester pair charged with stealing from Express at Eastview Mall

Deputies in Ontario County say that two former Rochester residents were charged after a shoplifting incident. Kayla M. Oakes, 30, and John T. Ransom, 46, both homeless were arrested for petit larceny after they allegedly stole $289.10 worth of merchandise from the Express store inside Eastview Mall. They were also charged with possessing burglars tools and fourth-degree criminal mischief after... more

Three charged after shoplifting incidents at Eastview Mall

The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Thursday around 9:30 pm deputies arrested three individuals at Eastview Mall following a shoplifting complaint. Deputies arrested Demond Jones and Janysha Richardson, both of Syracuse with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, as well as possession of burglar’s tools after working in concert to steal property from Gap Kids valued at $344.50... more

Victor doctor completes interim probation

A local ear, nose and throat doctor arrested in 2015 following a display of unusual behavior attributed to anxiety issues has successfully completed his interim probation. As part of a plea deal with the Ontario County District Attorney’s Office, Dr. Warren B. Simmons, who has 30 years of medical experience, avoided any additional time behind bars and was sentenced to... more

Victor couple expresses distress with upside-down flag

Devastated, stunned and incredibly fearful. Those are the words Victor resident Laura Glasner used to describe the moment she realized that Donald Trump would soon be president. She said her concern is based on the president-elect’s characterization of racial and ethnic groups, his approach to free speech, his disregard for global warming and a proposal that includes the implementation of... more

Rochester pair charged with grand larceny after incident at Eastview Mall

Two Rochester residents were charged with grand larceny after deputies say they worked together to steal a variety of items from Macy’s at Eastview Mall. The incident took place around 1:35 pm on Thursday. Deputies were called to Eastview Mall after Darah L. Brewington, 35, and Bridget M. Gary, 36, both of Rochester worked together to steal items from Macy’s.... more

Canandaigua woman charged with DWAI, possession after traffic stop

A Canandaigua woman was charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs after a traffic stop on State Route 96 in Victor. Deputies say that Courtney E. Bearce, 24, of Canandaigua was charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs after a traffic stop. Upon investigation, Bearce was found to be in possession of a green leafy substance, which field... more

Wegmans recalls stuffing over peanut concerns

Wegmans Food Markets has recalled its 5-Grain Wild Rice & Mushroom Stuffing sold in 32-ounce family packs over concerns that Worcestershire sauce in the item may contain undeclared peanuts. The product is also sold by the pound or as a side from service chef cases at 25 of the grocers’ stores throughout its six-state footprint, including the following Rochester-area stores:... more

Trio of shoplifting arrests at Eastview Mall on Christmas Eve

The Ontario County Sheriff’s Office reports that they were busy on Christmas Eve at Eastview Mall contending with multiple shoplifters. The following arrests were made by deputies at the Victor shopping center. Aleya and Amarrie Eddington, 18- and 19-years-old, were arrested for petit larceny after they allegedly worked in concert to steal $275 worth of merchandise from the Von Maur... more

Ontario County Police Blotter: Dec. 20-24

A series of arrests were made in Ontario County in the days leading up to Christmas. Gail Rochelle Wilson, 50, of Rochester as arrested for petit larceny after she was found to have passed all points of purchase at Walmart in Canandaigua with a shopping cart containing $318.18 worth of toys, home goods and consumables. Wilson was taken into custody... more

Proposed Bass Pro moves forward in Victor; some concerns about traffic remain

Plans for a Bass Pro Shop are moving ahead, but not without an eye on the added traffic in that already-busy area. “There’s always traffic in Victor on 96 because the mall is right there,” said Zach of Canandaigua. “There’s always going to be traffic. It doesn’t really upset me or anything like that.” That includes Eastview Mall traffic, commuters... more

Seneca Falls woman stole from Walmart days after being banned from other locations in Ontario Co.

A Seneca Falls woman was charged with burglary after an incident at Walmart in Ontario County. Deputies say that Katherine A. O’Malley, 30, of Seneca Falls was charged with third-degree burglary after asset protection observed her concealing two pairs of leggings in a plastic bag. She then passed all points of sale without attempting to pay. The total value of... more

Constellation sells wine business to a Canadian pension plan

A Victor-based company behind the Corona and Modelo line of beers and the country's third largest beer maker has completed a sale of its Canadian wine business. Constellation Brands said it completed a sale Monday of wineries, vineyards, retail stores and its Jackson-Triggs and Inniskillin lines to the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, the largest single-profession pension plan in Canada. The... more
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