Man arrested after deputy was dragged by car at Penfield Target
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UPDATE: An arrest has been made in connection to Tuesday night’s burglary at the Penfield Target.
Monroe County Sheriff’s deputies say 29-year-old parolee Codey Frantz was one of two suspects. Deputies say that when they approached Frantz and the other man, they ran.
A deputy ended up being dragged about 10 feet by one of the suspect’s cars. Frantz is charged with burglary, assault, and grand larceny.
Deputies still need your help finding the other person. You can see surveillance pictures of him on your screen. If you have any information, call 911.
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — A Monroe County Sheriff’s deputy was hurt after being dragged by a car on Tuesday night.
It happened during a call for larceny at the Target in Penfield. Deputies were called to the store on Penfield Road and Fairport Nine Mile Point Road around 9 p.m. for a report of two people suspected of stealing items from the store.
Investigators say that while a deputy tried to catch the suspects, the deputy was dragged by a car five to 10 feet. That deputy has minor injuries.
We’re told one suspect is in custody but authorities are still looking for the car. The sheriff’s office described the car as a later-model gold sedan.
If you have any information on this incident, you are asked to call 911.