Weekly Media Release
March 13th, 2017 through March 19th, 2017
A West Avenue business employee reported that an unknown person caused damaged to an interior door
at Strong West Hospital.
Police arrested Sally M. Newbould, 57 years old of Waterport, New York on the Misdemeanor traffic
charge of Operating a Motor Vehicle with a Suspended Registration. Newbould is
due to appear in Brockport Village Court.
A North Main Street resident reported that an unknown person caused damage to their vehicle’s door
handles sometime overnight.
Police arrested Yadira A. Rizzo, 26 years old of Rochester, New York on a warrant for the
Misdemeanor traffic charges of Second and Third Degree Aggravated Unlicensed
Operator along with other traffic related offenses. Rizzo is due to appear in
Brockport Village Court.
From March 13th, 2017 to March 19th, 2017 the Brockport
Police Department handled 473 calls for service, were dispatched to 1 rape, 3
customer trouble calls, 2 criminal mischief reports, 6 family trouble calls, 9
motor vehicle accidents, 2 larceny reports, conducted 269 special attentions
that include, but are not limited to, house checks, business checks, bike
patrol, etc., conducted 38 traffic stops and completed a number of other
reports. 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.
As always, any requests for comment or questions regarding
this release should be directed to Chief Daniel P. Varrenti at (585) 637-1020
during regular business hours.
Brockport Police responded to 473 calls for service from
2017 through March 19th, 2017
with 6,833 calls to date.
ORTT DELIVERS ADDITIONAL $55K FOR MONROE COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT AND EDUCATION
Senator Secures Funds for Ogden Police, Brockport Police and Orleans Co.
Senator Rob Ortt (R,C,I – North Tonawanda) today presented several oversized
checks totaling $55,000 to Monroe County police departments and public libraries
throughout Orleans County. The funding, secured by Senator Ortt in this year’s
State Budget, is in support of public safety efforts and educational programs.
The Town of Ogden Police Department received $10,000 in funding. The department
plans to purchase body cameras and bulletproof vests for patrol officers. The
body cameras will record interactions between the officer and public and help to
increase accountability. They can also be used to gather video evidence at crime
scenes. The bulletproof vests will help protect the officers as they protect the
public during dangerous incidents and possible active shooter situations.
The Brockport Police Department also received $10,000 for public protection
efforts. The department is purchasing enhanced body armor, ballistic shields and
ballistic helmets for its officers. The protective equipment will help the
officers defend themselves as they put their lives at risk to keep the public
In Orleans County, the Community Free Library in Holley received $20,000, while
Hoag Library, Lee-Whedon Memorial Library and Yates Community Library received
$5,000 each. The grants can be used to assist with educational services and
programming, purchasing materials, renovations, operations, or events that serve
This year’s funding is in addition to public protection and educational funding
secured by the Senator in the 2015-16 State Budget.
Pictured at the Ogden Police Department from left to right:
Town of Ogden Police Chief Christopher Mears; Senator Ortt; and Brockport Police
Chief Daniel Varrenti.