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Utica Street house vandalized by bricks

by Nathan Barker
Tue, Feb 27th 2018 09:00 pm

On the brisk night of February 18, an unknown vandal turned a common construction material into a weapon of mass window destruction. 

By 11:30 p.m., two perfectly intact windows that belonged to an apartment building on Utica Street were left shattered. Luckily for the residents affected, the landlord paid for the vinyl-encased glass to be replaced, as the damage was not their fault. 

A resident in the college housing who was affected, Allie Makowski, was able to give insight into when this could have happened.

 “My neighbors left their apartment at 9 p.m. with no bricks through the window and I returned at 11:30. p.m with bricks through the window,” Makowski said. “Police were called and came to investigate right away.”

Since the case is ongoing, the police were unable to give out many details. 

“We are working a couple leads, possible suspects,” Sergeant Paul Wheat of the Brockport Village Police said. “That’s all we can really divulge at this time.” 

Wheat went on to say that he believes “one apartment was targeted,” and that the other apartment the vandal 

“didn’t know who it belonged to.” 

Wheat also believes that the incident was random, so citizens of the community shouldn’t expect this erratic eless behavior to manifest again in the near future.



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