Police Activity Log, April 3-6, 2017

Last Updated: 4/6/2017

This is a digest of selected crime reports and police activity, not a complete list. For a more complete list of crimes reported to the Roseville Police Department in your neighborhood, visit http://www.crimemapping.com/.

Beat 1 (northeast Roseville)
Nothing of general interest this time.

Beat 2 (east Roseville)
Commercial burglaries:  Between 4:30 and 5:15 a.m. April 4, officers responded to three commercial burglaries, two on Douglas Boulevard and one on Fairway Drive.  At each location, burglar(s) forced entry into closed stores and stole merchandise.  We're grateful that Rocklin Police Department officers, Sacramento County and Placer County deputies responded to help.  No arrests have been made, and the burglaries are under investigation.  (2017-20921, 20922, 20926)

Beat 3 (central Roseville south of the rail yard)
Folsom Road, witness call leads to arrest:  At 4:40 a.m. April 5, a witness called police to report a man walking on Estates Drive, checking car door handles.  Officers responded and detained a 34-year-old Roseville man.  He was arrested on suspicion of possessing narcotics and taken to jail.  (2017-21201)

Enwood, suspicious circumstances:  At 8:24 p.m. April 3, officers and a law enforcement helicopter searched the creek area near Atlantic Street for reports of a woman screaming.  They weren’t able to find anyone who was injured, or any evidence of a disturbance or any other crime.  (2017-20865)

Beat 4 (central Roseville north of the rail yard)
Roseville Heights, assault:  At about 6:45 p.m. April 3, officers surrounded a home in the 200 block of Ivy Street to contact a suspect in an assault that had occurred earlier.  The suspect came out of the house and surrendered to officers.  After his arrest he kicked and damaged the back door of a patrol car.  The 26-year-old Roseville man was booked into jail on suspicion of aggravated assault, making criminal threats, vandalism and other related charges.  (2017-20792)

Beat 5 (north central Roseville)

Commercial burglary on Fairway Drive—see entry under Beat 2.

Highland Reserve, citizen’s call leads to arrests:  At 4:44 a.m. April 6, an alert citizen called in suspicious activity—a man walking around on Trehowell Drive looking into parked cars.  The witness gave the dispatcher a good description of the suspect’s vehicle.  Officers stopped one man on foot on Keely Court, and found he had a window punch (commonly used for breaking car windows) and other burglar’s tools.  Other officers stopped the suspect vehicle nearby. Three people from Sacramento were arrested on suspicion of prowling, conspiracy, warrants and other related charges.  While officers were checking the area they contacted another suspicious man, who was not connected to the first group, found out he had an outstanding warrant, and arrested him as well.  (2017-21477, 21478)

Stanford, vehicle burglaries:  Between 8:20 and 8:45 a.m. April 3, someone broke into at least two locked cars at Adventure Christian School while parents were dropping off their children, and stole wallets. The victims’ credit cards were soon used at local stores.  (2017-20712, 20713)

Beat 6 (west Roseville)
Quail Glen, witness call leads to arrest:  At 3:40 a.m. April 6, a witness reported a suspicious vehicle on Alpine View Drive.  The occupants had parked and were walking around the neighborhood. Officers contacted people in a car in the area.  One of them, a 27-year-old Sacramento woman, was arrested on a Sacramento County warrant and on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine.  (2017-21474)

West Park, disturbance:  At 4:12 p.m. April 4, officers responded to a fight in the 6700 block of Fiddyment Road. The parties didn’t want to press charges against each other at the time.  One of the involved parties, a 28-year-old Roseville man, was arrested on two Sacramento County warrants.  (2017-21090)

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