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 Brockport, NY 14420
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Weekly Blotter Archive - Last 4 Weeks
Feb 20 - Feb 26 Mar 11 - Mar 17
Mar 3 - Mar 10 Mar 18 - Mar 24

                                                                                                                 

February 20th – February 26th, 2020

 

February 23rd, 2020

Arrest: Police performed a traffic stop on Dawn R. Pytlik, 51 years old of North Tonawanda, for a Violation of the Vehicle and Traffic Law on Main Street. After an investigation, Pytlik was arrested for the Misdemeanor charge of Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated, as well as other Violations of the Vehicle and Traffic Law. Pytlik was released and is due in court at a later date.

 

February 26th, 2020

Arrest: Police arrested Emma Grathouse, 21 years old of Brighton, for the Misdemeanor charge of Assault in the Third Degree. The arrest stems from a Fight call that the Brockport Police was investigating that occurred on February 21st. Grathouse was released and is due in court at a later date.

 

Between February 19th and February 24th, 2019, the Brockport Police handled 412 calls for service (3358 calls to date in 2020). Police were dispatched to 4 family troubles, 6 Harassment/Fight/Assaults, 2 Motor Vehicle Accidents, completed 211 special attentions that include, but are not limited to, house checks, business checks, bike patrol, etc., and conducted 49 traffic stops.   Please note that the above calls do not represent ALL calls and that not all calls are found to be as dispatched once on scene. 

 

Community Message

The Brockport Police wants to remind residents of some safety concerns that were brought to our attention. Recently, a door-to-door salesman was reported in the area and was insistent on seeing the resident’s energy bill and obtaining their social security number. The representative, in this case, claimed to be a part of Kiwi Energy. The Brockport Police wants to remind all residents that a door-to-door salesperson/marketer, must obtain a license through the Village of Brockport Office, and must display the license. If the seller is pushing you to divulge your social security number, do not give it to them! If you feel that a person is soliciting without a permit, or you are dealing with a pushy salesperson that will not leave your property, the Brockport Police encourages you to call 9-1-1. Soliciting without a permit can result in a fine of up to $250.00.

 

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March 3rd – March 10th, 2020

March 3rd, 2020

Arrest: Police performed a traffic stop on Randy M. Banks, 31 years old of Brockport, after a Violation of the Vehicle and Traffic Law was observed on North Main Street. After an investigation, Banks was arrested for the Misdemeanor charge of Aggravated Unlicensed Operation in the Third Degree, as well as other Violations of the Vehicle and Traffic Law. Banks was released and is due in court at a later date.

Investigation: Police are investigating a larceny that occurred at a North Main Street business. At this time, Police are following leads and the investigation will continue.

March 10th, 2020

Arrest: Police arrested Matthew D. Vaccarelli, 32 years old of Brockport, for the Misdemeanor charge of Menacing in the Second Degree. The arrest stems from an incident where Vaccarelli displayed a knife in an aggressive manner toward the victim. Vaccarelli was released and is due in court at a later date.

Between March 3rd and March 10th, 2020, the Brockport Police handled 545 calls for service (4364 calls to date in 2020). Police were dispatched to 4 family troubles, 1 Harassment/Fight/Assaults, 7 Motor Vehicle Accidents, completed 298 special attentions that include, but are not limited to, house checks, business checks, bike patrol, etc., and conducted 28 traffic stops..   Please note that the above calls do not represent ALL calls and that not all calls are found to be as dispatched once on scene.

 

Community Message

With the quickly spreading Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the Brockport Police wants to extend the warnings and preventative measures issued by the World Health Organization. Washing your hands regularly with soap and water, or an alcohol-based hand rub, can kill any viruses that may be on your hands. The reasoning to this is because touching your eyes, nose, or mouth can lead to the virus entering your body, or transferring the virus to another person. If you need to cough or sneeze, do so in to your bent elbow or a tissue as to not get germs on your hands or into the air. When you are out in public and you see that someone is coughing, maintain at least 3 feet between you and that person so that you do not inhale any droplets that the person coughed or sneezed. If you find yourself with a fever, cough, and difficulty breathing, seek medical care early. Try to limit your exposure to populated places until the reasoning for your symptoms has been determined. Stay informed about this disease by visiting the World Health Organization website, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention website, or contacting your health care provider as they will have the most up-to-date information. The Brockport Police encourages people to not panic and take these simple preventative steps to keep our community safe from COVID-19. 

 

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March 11th – March 17th, 2020

March 11th, 2020

Arrest: Police arrested Frederick W. Willette Jr., 47 years old of Rochester, on an Arrest Warrant for the Misdemeanor charge of Aggravated Unlicensed Operation in the Third Degree, as well as other Violations of the Vehicle and Traffic Law. Willette was stopped by another Law Enforcement Agency and was turned over to the custody of the Brockport Police Department. Willette was released and is due in court at a later date.

 

March 13th, 2020

Arrest: Police arrested Charles V. Sample Jr., 58 years old of Brockport, for the Violation of Trespass. The arrest stems from a report of Sample refusing to leave a Merchant Street business. Sample was released and is due in court at a later date.

 

Arrest: Police arrested Princeton N. Allison, 30 years old of Rochester, on a Bench Warrant for the Misdemeanor charge of Aggravated Unlicensed Operation in the Third Degree, as well as other Violations of the Vehicle and Traffic Law. Allison was incarcerated at the Monroe County Jail on an unrelated charge and the warrant was lodged. Allison was released and is due in court at a later date.

 

Arrest: Police arrested Robert D. Satchwell, 21 years old of Gasport, on an Arrest Warrant for the Misdemeanor charges of Aggravated Unlicensed Operation in the Second and Third Degree, as well as other Violations of the Vehicle and Traffic Law. Satchwell was stopped by another Law Enforcement Agency and was turned over to the custody of the Brockport Police Department. Satchwell was released and is due in court at a later date.

 

Between March 11th and March 16th, 2020, the Brockport Police handled 414 calls for service (4778 calls to date in 2020). Police were dispatched to 5 family troubles, 2 Harassment/Fight/Assaults, 3 Motor Vehicle Accidents, completed 246 special attentions that include, but are not limited to, house checks, business checks, bike patrol, etc., and conducted 22 traffic stops.   Please note that the above calls do not represent ALL calls and that not all calls are found to be as dispatched once on scene. 

 

Community Message

Now that the COVID-19 is rapidly spreading through Monroe County, it is evitable that it will make its way into Brockport. The Brockport Police wants to remind people that now, more than ever, to avoid contact with people who are sick. The CDC released that the magic number is six feet from people to avoid the spread. At this time, COVID-19 is spreading through person-to-person contact. Cleaning your hands and frequently touched surfaces around your home (door knobs, railings, counters, phones, faucets etc.) will also decrease your chances in contracting or spreading the disease. It is becoming well known that many businesses are closing down to prevent the spread and people should use this to stay home to prevent the spread to your family. Limiting guests to your home and going out to social gatherings will also decrease the chances of it spreading. The Brockport Police remains staffed and ready to respond to any and all emergencies. The Brockport Police Department will be closed to the public, however, administrative staff will remain on staff and if you need assistance, do not hesitate to call. Also, if you are calling 9-1-1 to report an emergency or request assistance, please advise the dispatcher if you exhibit any of the COVID-19 symptoms. This will allow first responders to take the necessary precautions to avoid the spread to the rest of the community and themselves. We are all in this together and the Brockport Police Department is ready to help the community in any way possible.

 

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March 18th – March 24th, 2020

March 19th, 2020

Investigation: A Main Street resident was assaulted during an argument. The suspect fled the scene prior to police arrival, however Police are following leads and the investigation will continue.

 

March 20th, 2020

Investigation: During the overnight hours, multiple Market Street and Main Street businesses were defaced with graffiti. Police are following leads and will continue the investigation.

 

 

Between March 17th and March 23rd, 2020, the Brockport Police handled 300 calls for service (5078 calls to date in 2020). Police were dispatched to 4 family troubles, 2 Harassment/Fight/Assaults, 2 Motor Vehicle Accidents, completed 177 special attentions that include, but are not limited to, house checks, business checks, bike patrol, etc., and conducted 1 traffic stop.   Please note that the above calls do not represent ALL calls and that not all calls are found to be as dispatched once on scene. 

 

 

Community Message

Now that the COVID-19 is rapidly spreading through Monroe County, it is inevitable that it will make its way into Brockport. The Brockport Police wants to remind people to avoid contact with people who are sick. The CDC released that the magic number is six feet from people to avoid the spread. At this time, COVID-19 is spreading through person-to-person contact. Cleaning your hands and frequently touched surfaces around your home (door knobs, railings, counters, phones, faucets etc.) will decrease your chances in contracting or spreading the disease. It is becoming well known that many businesses are closing down to prevent the spread and people should use this to stay home to prevent the spread to your family. Limiting guests to your home and going out to social gatherings will also decrease the chances of it spreading. The Brockport Police remains staffed and ready to respond to any and all emergencies. The Brockport Police Department will be closed to the public, however, administrative staff will remain if you need assistance. Also, if you are calling 9-1-1 to report an emergency or request assistance, please advise the dispatcher if you exhibit any of the COVID-19 symptoms. This will allow first responders to take the necessary precautions to avoid the spread to the rest of the community and themselves. We are all in this together and the Brockport Police Department is ready to help the community in any way possible.

 

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