ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — A Rochester man was arrested after an investigation into a series of car break-ins and crimes that occurred in and around Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
According the the Rochester Police Department, 35-year-old Wilber Quintana was arrested and charged with the following:
- From an incident on February 23, at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery: Criminal Possession of Stolen Property in the fourth degree, Identity Theft in the second degree, and Petit Larceny stemming from a vehicle break-in
- From an incident on June 15, at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery: Criminal Possession of Stolen Property in the fourth degree, Identity Theft in the second degree, and Attempted Petit Larceny stemming from a vehicle break-in
- From an incident on June 24, at 39 Woodward Street: Burglary in the second degree, Criminal Trespass in the second degree, and Criminal Mischief in the fourth degree stemming from a burglary on June 24, 2020, at 39 Woodward Street.
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According to RPD, while investigating these cases, investigators learned that the Brighton Police Department and Monroe County Sheriff’s Officer were also investigating similar car break-ins with the same suspect description. Quintana was ultimately arrested by investigators with the MCSO.
Four additional investigations are on-going against Quintana which could lead to additional arrests and charges.
Quintana remains in the Monroe County Jail.