Crime ReportPlease note, this version of the Roseville Police Department Crime Log does not represent all the crime in the City of Roseville. This log highlights criminal activity as an awareness and to encourage residents to be proactive about crime prevention.
Please note, this version of the Roseville Police Department Crime Log does not represent all the crime in the City of Roseville. This log highlights criminal activity as an awareness and to encourage residents to be proactive about crime prevention. For a comprehensive list of all the criminal activity in Roseville, please visit the City of Roseville Crime Map.
Roseville Police Crime Log June 4-18, 2024
Police Beat 1
Case # Date/Time Type Location Summary
2024-00029433 6/6/24 2:30 PM GRAND THEFT E ROSEVILLE PKWY Parent explained his 16 year-old son rode his scooter to the gym and did not lock the scooter up when he parked in the designated bicycle parking space near the front entrance of the business. The victim was at the location, leaving the scooter unattended, for approximately 4 hours and the scooter was stolen during this time. The victim said the scooter is a Segway 9 Bot scooter with a battery pack, valued at approximately $999.00 along with the helmet valued at approximately $129.00.
2024-00030371 6/14/24 9:00 PM BURGLARY WALCOTT WAY Victims left town “Early Thursday morning” (June 13, 2024). Before leaving town, the victim parked their fifth-wheel trailer in front of the residence to load it up for the vacation. The fifth wheel was parked in front of the residence from Sunday, June 9, 2024, until the morning of Thursday, June 13, 2024, when the family left town. On Friday, June 14, 2024, an unknown suspect(s) smashed a window and gained entry to the residence while the residents were out of town. A vehicle was stolen from the residence, as well as numerous firearms, and other miscellaneous property.
Police Beat 2
Case # Date/Time Type Location Summary
2024-00029103 6/5/24 12:00 PM FRAUD MCLAREN DR The victim called to report that her ex-wife had used her bank account and routing number to pay her mortgage. The victim and the suspect are recently divorced and the mortgage account had been shared when together but the victm is no longer responsible for the mortgae. The suspect has taken two payments of $1667.54 over the last two weeks to pay the mortgage from the victim's bank account and refused to pay the victim back.
2024-00028945 6/7/24 2:29 PM PETTY THEFT DOUGLAS BLVD The victim parked her vehicle in the rear of the store parking lot and went inside to grab an order. She did not lock her vehicle and left her purse on the floor of the vehicle. When she got home, she received a text message alert from Bank of America about an attempt to use her debit card. She looked for her wallet in her purse and could not find it. She did not know where her wallet was or how someone got a hold of her debit card so it must have been stolen. On 6/5/24 a good samaritan contacted her and said he found her wallet with most of the items taken out of it. The victim got her wallet back but later learned that $1500 was taken out of her Bank of America Debit Card Account. She said there was a sticky note with her PIN for the Bank of America card inside her wallet, which is why the suspect was able to obtain the cash. There were several other attempts on the Chase and Bank of America cards, but they were unsuccessful.
Police Beat 3
Case # Date/Time Type Location Summary
2024-00029412 6/9/24 11:30 PM BURGLARY AUTO SUNRISE AVE The victim last observed his vehicle, parked directly in front of his apartment with all of the contents inside, at approximately 11:30 PM on 06-09-2024. The victim typically cracks the front passenger window approximately two inches as his vehicle gets hot during the day. When the victim woke up at approximately 7:00 AM on 06-10-2024 he observed the trunk of his vehicle was open, and several items from his vehicle were missing. The value of the items stolen was approximately $730.00.
Police Beat 4
Case # Date/Time Type Location Summary
2024-00028519 6/5/24 12:00 PM PETTY THEFT FOOTHILLS BLVD The victim stated he had listed a bicycle for sale for $600 on the website Offerup. The victim was contacted via the Offerup website and agreed to meet the interested buyer to consider the sale. On scene, the victim met with the suspect and let them hold onto the bike, and the suspect got on the bicycle and rode away. The victim could not catch up to the suspect and did not see where the suspect went. Police recovered the bicycle through investigations and the suspect's friend and returned it to the victim.
2024-00029319 6/9/24 3:55 PM BURGLARY W IVY ST An unknown suspect walked into an open garage attached to a residence while residents were present and stole an electric bicycle from inside the garage. The bicycle was worth more than $950.
Police Beat 5
Case # Date/Time Type Location Summary
2024-00029109 6/8/24 11:26 AM FRAUD HALLEY GLEN DR The victim was contacted via text message approximately (10) days prior by someone who said they had won a $1.5 million prize and a Mercedes Benz. The suspect provided some basic information and was told the Mercedes was on its way to his address and the money would be sent to him. Over the next couple of days, the victim was updated that there were some issues with National Security and shipping costs. The victim was asked to purchase gift cards and to send pictures of them to the suspect. The victim believed he would be receiving the prizes because the suspect was convincing enough and provided a driver’s license and “National Security” identification plus pictures of receipts that he perceived to be real. The victim went to Best Buy and purchased (7) gift cards between 6/6 and 6/7 totaling $2,000.00. He had not made contact with the suspect, who was still texting him, since the day before. He told them he was out of money and could not send them anymore.
2024-00030241 6/14/24 10:25 AM FRAUD PLEASANT GROVE BLVD On 06/14/2024 at approximately 1025 hours the victim checked out of the store. As she walked to her car, she was stopped by a man who advised her that she had dropped $20. The man then tried to give the victim the $20 before taking it back and walking away. The victim believes the man was distracting her while he stole her debit card she left on the seat of the car. The debit card was used to take money out of the ATM as well as make purchases.
Police Beat 6
Case # Date/Time Type Location Summary
2024-00030723 6/17/24 11:25 AM PETTY THEFT WOODCREEK OAKS BLVD At approximately 1125 hours, the victim was at the ATM when approached by two female adults, but didn't pay too much attention to them. While at the ATM, one of the female suspects approached the victim with a $20 bill and told her she dropped it. The female suspect told the victim to put it in her purse. As the victim opened her coin purse, one of the female suspects tried to look in the coin purse and assist with putting the $20 bill away. The victim told her not to touch her purse and began walking back to her car. The two female suspects followed the victim to her car and, once at the car, one female suspect told the victim she had a flat tire. The victim threw her coin purse into her front passenger seat and went to look at her flat tire. The victim assumed the second female suspect opened her unlocked front passenger door and began to rummage through her coin purse. When the victim realized she did not have a flat tire, she went back to the passenger compartment and noticed her coin purse was open and both female suspects walking quickly through the parking lot. The victim yelled out to them to stop and one of the suspects came back and gave her a handful of bank cards and then left again on foot heading west. The victim looked through the bank cards that she received and noticed her ATM card was missing so she went into the bank and cancelled her ATM card.
2024-00029697 6/11/24 6:49 PM FRAUD EAGLE WIND DR On 06/07/2024, the victim received a phone call stating he was in trouble with the federal government and needed to pay a debt of $5,000. They claimed he was part of a drug ring along with other criminal groups. The victim then received a phone call from another suspect who claimed he was a "fraud manager" and that the previous call he received was a scam. They told him he needed to buy several Sephora gift cards in order to move the money around his account. He was told an account manager “Elaine” would pick up the money from Alabama and then place it in his account at the Bank of America located in San Francisco. The victim went to several stores to purchase a total of $20,000 in Sephora gift cards. He then called the "fraud manager" back and provided the gift card numbers and security pin. The victim was waiting to see if the money was then transferred into his account by Monday; however when he saw it never was transferred, he realized he was scammed. He immediately went to the bank and reported the incident.
Police Beat 7
Case # Date/Time Type Location Summary
2024-00029357 6/10/24 7:59 AM VEHICLE THEFT CUMBERLAND DR Sometime between 6/9/2024 at about 2130 hours and 6/10/2024 at about 0300 hours, an unknown suspect stole the victim's vehicle. Victim advised he had inadvertently left the keys in the vehicle and the vehicle unlocked.
2024-00028263 6/4/24 8:49 AM PETTY THEFT ROSE CREEK RD The victim said on 6/2/24 at an unknown time, her son parked in the driveway, and the vehicle was left unlocked. On 6/3/24 at about 1600 hours, the victim found a video that showed a man going in and rummaging through the vehicle. The victim discovered the insurance card and registration card missing. There was no damage to the vehicle and nothing else was reported missing.