Sunday, December 13, 2015

Stabbings, Gang Activity

Greece police are looking for a suspect after a stabbing inside of a Denny's early Sunday morning. Police were called to the restaurant on West Ridge Road just after 3 a.m.
They said a man was stabbed twice in the torso after a fight with another person in the restaurant. No word on the extent of his injuries.
He was taken to a local hospital by Monroe Ambulance. Police said the suspect left the scene. (TWCNews)
A Greece teenager was taken to the hospital following a stabbing after a confrontation at a house party overnight in Rochester.
Police say the 19-year-old and his friends were confronted by another group * while leaving a party on Lake Avenue.
They say both parties ended up traveling to the other side of the city where a fight broke out and the teen was stabbed.
He was transported from Hudson Avenue to Rochester General Hospital with a non-life threatening stab wound to the midsection. (TWCNews)

* Group = gang


Anonymous said...

Thankfully the politicians now have proof gun control is working.

Thanks to Wegmans for all those food certificates for gun buyback.

Kitty said...

STOP it before somebody gets hurt!

Created: 12/14/2015 3:38 PM

A Greece Athena High School security guard suffered a medical condition after he broke up a fight, school officials say.

We're told the fight began around 10:45 a.m. in the cafeteria. A school spokesperson says other staff members had to revive the security guard. He was taken to a hospital for treatment. The school spokesperson says the school was placed in lockdown for a brief time.

Spokesperson Laurel Heiden says, "As a precaution what we do in these types of situations is we put people in lockdown so everyone stays in place and we can focus on the medical attention that's needed once that situation is resolved we'll resume normal business."

We're told, as of Monday afternoon, the guard is still in the hospital but doing well, and expected to fully recover. Greece police say they did arrest a 16-year-old student for harassment and disorderly conduct for the fight.

SCATS said...

To 2:25PM ~~ LMAO! Right!!! I heard that Rochester's recent gun buyback program brought in guns almost exclusively FROM THE SUBURBS!! I also heard that's typical and a reason why they don't bother with it very often these days.

To 5:09PM ~~ TY. Heard it earlier, just haven't had a chance to post it yet.

Anonymous said...

More a matter of screwing widows out of antique firearms rather than being decent enough to explain the gun is valuable and how to go to a decent Firearms Dealer to either sell or get a Pistol Permit.

Fortunately due to a recent retirement from RPD the antiques won't get lost between buyback and destruction.

Now, if you have a week to spend, go try finding the Feds involved it the great Get caught with a gun get a vacation on the taxpayer scam. They pulled out when Johnson was mayor. See how many gun felons you can count that got shipped far away.

Anonymous said...

For those sleeping on the job, the Greece Cops actually caught the criminal stabber and arrested him, is that cool or what.


Created: 12/15/2015 9:04 PM

Greece police have made an arrest in connection with a stabbing that happened at Denny's over the weekend.

Thirty-four-year-old Frank Figueroa is charged with second-degree assault. Police say what started as an argument inside the restaurant early Sunday morning turned into a physical fight and that's when Figueroa stabbed the victim and then ran away.

Figueroa was arrested at the police department without incident. The victim is expected to recover.

Free coffee for Greece cops at Dennys!


Thank you to Frank Figueroa for stabbing rather than shooting and making noise, you proved gun violence isn't necessary, and thanks for coming to the Police to be arrested and saving taxpayers gas money.
We appreciate it.