Q.1
Walter Taylor, a once-notorious Rochester criminal, was convicted of what offense?

Walter Taylor and dummy Cur

Q.2
Which musician was busted for marijuana possession after performing in Rochester?

Q.3
In the 1970s, an insurgent group of mobsters challenged the established leadership in Rochester. What name was given to the insurgents?

Q.4
Members of the Amico family of Rochester’s eastern suburbs were prosecuted and sent to prison in the 1990s in relation to what activity?

Q.5
Who was Francis Tumblety?

Francis Tumblety

Q.6
Which local robbery netted the biggest take (with adjustment for inflation)?

Q.7
What is the most common offense with which people are charged in Monroe County suburbs?

Q.8
Which suburb listed marijuana possession as the second most common offense?

marijuana joint

Q.9
The murder rate in Rochester noticeably spiked twice in the city’s history. Once was in the mid-1960s. When was the other time?

Q.10
Whose public appearance prompted a mini-riot that forced police to beat back a mob that was charging the stage?

Q.11
In the mid-1980s, Tom Termotto was the darling of Rochester’s elite before being convicted of bank fraud and sent to prison. What had he done to become so popular?

Termotto

Q.12
What was the name used by the shadowy criminal group that operated in Rochester and sent extortion letters laced with frightening symbols?

Q.13
Which former police chief was imprisoned on embezzlement charges?

Q.14
Robert Comfort, a career criminal who grew up in the Rochester area, earned local notoriety by escaping from the Monroe County Jail in 1959. Years later, he became nationally known as what?