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Guilty verdict in 2010 triple homicide in Greece

Richard Anderson -

Three men have been found guilty of killing three men in Greece in 2010.

The U.S. Attorney's Office tells News10NBC that Richard Anderson, Aston Johnson and Andrew Wright were all found guilty of murdering three men in an apartment in Greece in March of 2010.

The three men and their victims were all from Jamaica and officials say all six were involved in drug trafficking.

U.S. Attorney William J. Hochul Jr. will discuss the guilty verdict at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday

Hilton woman charged with stealing items from Macedon Walmart

Hilton woman charged with stealing items from Macedon Walmart

A Hilton woman is facing charges after police say she stole from the Macedon Wal-Mart.

Kathryn R. Dobles, 39, of Hilton, is charged with petit larceny. Police say Dobles stole two Singer sewing machines, a Keurig K-Cup machine and a Bunn coffee maker from the Macedon Wal-Mart on September 6. Police say the stolen items totaled more than $730.

Macedon Police had a warrant for the suspect who was currently in Monroe County Jail on other charges.  She was processed, arraigned, and turned back over to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department and sent back to jail. She will return to Macedon Town Court on January 28.

 

 

Police: Man responsible for several burglaries in Irondequoit, Rochester and Greece

An Irondequoit man has been arrested and charged with several burglaries in Irondequoit, as well as several burglaries in the city of Rochester and town of Greece.

Gerald Spinnichia, 43, of Irondequoit, is charged with burglary, criminal mischief and grand larceny. 

Irondequoit Police say Spinnichia entered a man's house on Herberle Road on Thursday morning and told him he was there to do a repair. Police say the man called 911 and Spinnichia left the house and was seen going toward a neighbor's house.  Police found Spinnichia inside a neighbor's house committing a burglary.

Investigators say Spinnichia is responsible for several other area burglaries in Irondequoit, as well as in the City of Rochester and the Town of Greece.

Spinnichia is in the Monroe County Jail without bail. He is to re-appear in Irondequoit Town Court on Tuesday. 

Police ID Greece man shot on Lyell Avenue

Police have identified a Greece man who was shot Thursday morning in a parking lot on Lyell Avenue.

Investigators say 42-year-old Khalid Anderson and 38-year-old Reggie Prior of Rochester were walking back to their car in the parking lot of Louie's Cordial Lounge when several people came towards them with a gun.

Officers say the suspects fired several times at the men, hitting Anderson in the upper body. Investigators tell News10NBC that the shooting was apparently unprovoked.

Anderson was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

No one has been arrested at this time.

Town of Greece alerting residents to Level 2 and Level 3 sex offenders

Chad Williams -

The Town of Greece is alerting residents that a Level 2 and Level 3 sex offender are living in the town. 

The Greece Police Department says Chad Williams, who has been assigned as a Level 3 sex offender, is living in the Willis Avenue neighborhood. Level 3 is defined by New York State as posing a “high” risk to the community.  Police say the 42-year-old was convicted of second-degree rape for a victim less than 15-years-old. 

Police are also alerting neighbors that David Butler, who has been assigned as a Level 2 sex offender, is living in the Stoney Creek Drive neighborhood. Level 2 is defined by New York State as posing a “moderate” risk to the community. Police say the 29-year-old was convicted of third-degree rape for a victim less than 17-years-old. 

Police say they feel it is imperative that residents are aware of both of these men's presence in the Greece community.  

Greece man facing charges in Canandaigua

An 18-year-old Greece man is facing charges in Canandaigua.

Sheriff’s deputies say Vincent Edward Petrucci held a party where people under age were drinking alcohol.

Petrucci was issued a ticket for violating the social host law. He is due it court at a later date.
 

Greece Police looking for man who stole money from customer at Key Bank on Dewey Avenue

Greece Police are looking for the man who stole money from a customer at a bank on Dewey Avenue Thursday morning.   

Police say it happened at the Key Bank on Dewey Avenue at Britton Road. The victim was about to make a deposit from a local business, that's when police say the suspect came up to him, showed a knife and demanded the money. 

Police say that suspect was described as young and was wearing a white t-shirt, blue jeans and a baseball hat.