Tyler Cruppi, 22, Brandon Gregorio, 26, Nathaniel Schue, 23, and the minor were charged with first degree attempted robbery, first degree attempted burglary, and second degree assault after a botched burglary on Saltonstall Street in which one resident was stabbed.
CANANDAIGUA — Four Canandaigua residents, one of whom was a minor, were arrested in a botched burglary attempt on Saltonstall Street that left one of the residents stabbed.
Canandaigua Police Department reports the arrests on charges stemming from a home invasion that police say happened on Jan. 30. The four suspects allegedly attempted to forcibly enter a residence to rob the victims. A physical altercation ensued, and police say that one of the residents was stabbed in the upper-torso.
Tyler Cruppi, 22; Brandon Gregorio, 26; Nathaniel Schue, 23; and the minor were charged with first-degree attempted robbery, first-degree attempted burglary, and second-degree assault.
"The City of Canandaigua Police Officer on patrol was able to observe one of the suspects fleeing the scene," said Police Chief Stephen Hedworth. "As a result of good police work that suspect was located quickly and the others within 12 to 18 hours."
The victim was transported to Strong Memorial Hospital for treatment of a serious injury, and is expected to survive.
Hedworth wouldn't elaborate on nature of the robbery, citing that it's an ongoing investigation.