Missing Albion woman located in Rochester
Lynnette Schumacher charged with grand larceny
Albion Police Chief Roland D. Nenni III
ALBION – Lynnette A. Schumacher, who was listed Friday morning as a missing person from the village of Albion, was located in the city of Rochester today shortly before 1 p.m.
Schumacher was located when she called the Monroe County 911 center to inquire as to if she was a wanted person. The Rochester Police Department responded and located Schumacher in the 500 block of Broad Street.
The investigation by the Albion Police Department revealed that Schumacher had taken a car from an acquaintance in the village of Albion and then disposed of the car in Rochester because of narcotics activity she was involved in.
Schumacher was taken into custody by the Rochester Police Department and then turned over to the Albion Police Department. Schumacher was charged with Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle 2nd and Grand Larceny 4th. She was arraigned in the Town of Albion Court where bail was set at $1,000. Schumacher in currently being held in the Orleans County Jail and is to return to Town Court on Tuesday.
The vehicle stolen by Schumacher has not been recovered and is believed to still be in Rochester. The stolen vehicle is as follows: 2006 Suzuki Frenza 4 door color Black with NYS Registration FCE-2528.
The investigation was aided by several reports from civilians providing information based on the media reports they had seen. The Albion Police would like to thank the media and the public for their assistance.
If anyone has additional information as to Schumacher’s activity over the past several days or the whereabouts of the stolen vehicle, please contact your local 911 center or the Albion Police at 585-589-5627.