Four Genesee County suspects arrested for theft at Caledonia furniture store
Four persons were arrested on Oct. 7 by the Le Roy Police Department after allegedly being found in possession of more than $1,000 worth of stolen property, which was taken that night from the outside of a furniture store in the Village of Caledonia.
The investigation started about 10:30 p.m. that evening when a BOLO was sent out by the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office asking officers to be on the lookout for a vehicle occupied by people who witnesses say just stole furniture from the store.
The vehicle was located by the Le Roy Police as it was passing through Le Roy, headed west on Route 5 toward Batavia. The four occupants were allegedly found with multiple stolen items inside the vehicle worth more than $1,000 and taken into custody.
The four suspects, their vehicle and the property were then turned over to the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department and the four were charged in Livingston County for the theft. The four are also being charged in the Village of Le Roy with criminal possession of stolen property in the fourth degree, a Class E felony.
The four people arrested are:
Amy Lynn Showler, 37, of 19 Manhattan Ave., Batavia
Richard Donald Hammer, 45, of 5 Wood St., upper apt., Batavia
Jennifer Ann Zimblis, 40, of 34 Main St., apt. 2, Le Roy
Daniel John Wolfe, 38, of 5 Wood St., Batavia
i have to wonder if they are related? to weird to be...... it gives a lot of thought to generations of enviroment = cause. If they are I would jump to conclusions.... We are a product of our enviroment.