Rochester man accused of stealing crossbows from Dick's
A Rochester man was arrested yesterday on a charge of petit larceny after allegedly stealing two crossbows from Dick's Sporting Goods on Veterans Memorial in Batavia.
Staff at Dick's reported a theft of crossbows as the suspect drove away and provided dispatchers with a description of the vehicle.
A car driven by William Jefferey Gould, 39, of Affinity Lane, Rochester, was later stopped by State Police on I-490 and the crossbows were recovered.
Gould was also reportedly driving a stolen car from Freece.
The theft of the crossbows was investigated by Deputy Eric Meyer and Deputy Ayrton Blankenberg.
Gould was released on appearance ticket and turned over to police officers in Greece.
Happy that the crossbows are back at least.