100-pound urn stolen; resident cited for drug paraphernalia and more

According to reports received from the Rochester Police Department:

22-year-old stopped for not using headlights; possesses marijuana and paraphernalia

On Tuesday, Dec. 10, around 11 p.m. a Rochester officer stopped a green truck who was seen driving without his headlights, near Main Street and Diversion Street. The 22-year-old driver from Shelby Township was later discovered to have marijuana in a bag along with two pipes for smoking. The driver was booked and released with three citations—for not using headlights, marijuana possession as well as possession of drug paraphernalia.

South Street car damage, collision ruled out

Also on Tuesday, Dec. 10, a 24-year-old Utica resident told Rochester Police he believed someone had damaged his vehicle while it was parked in the 200 block of South Street downtown during the last month. Officers concluded through inspection of the rear quarter panel of the vehicle that the damage was not from another vehicle. The dent is the size of a credit card, the report stated and there are no suspects at this time.

Local business missing its urn, weighed more than 100 pounds

Also on Tuesday, Dec. 10, a local business reported stolen property to the Rochester Police Department. The property happened to be a three-foot urn, which weighed more than 100 pounds, the report says. The urn was filled with shrubbery and was originally found behind the business, prior to being stolen. But the urn has not turned up and there are currently no suspects.

 

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Veggie lover and aspiring word chef, reporter Jen Bucciarelli covers all things health and medicine for Rochester Media and The Community Edge. She is always on the hunt for local experts who can help improve the lives of our readers. Send her a note at [email protected].

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