Roseville Crime Report Weekly Update
The City of Roseville weekly crime report update for November 20, 2012.
Police Beat 1: Northeast Roseville
Olympus Pointe, vehicle burglary: Between 8 and 9 a.m. November 13, a resident parked her vehicle near the bike trail access at East Roseville Parkway and Orvietto Drive. While she was gone, someone smashed the window of her car, reached in and took an expensive designer baby bag containing miscellaneous baby care items.
Olympus Pointe, vandalism: Between noon November 13 and noon November 14, someone cut wires to the light poles in Olympus Park.
Galleria/Harding, stolen vehicle recovered: At about 2 p.m. November 17, the owner of a business in the 700 block of Galleria Blvd. reported a suspicious male was hanging around in his parking lot, and was hot-wiring a 2007 Ford Mustang. Officers responded and found that the Mustang had been reported stolen a few days ago from a dealership in Stockton. After some investigation, officers arrested the 20-year-old male and his 21-year-old girlfriend, both from Stockton, on suspicion of auto theft, possession of stolen property and possession of burglar's tools.
Galleria/Harding, citizen's call led to DUI arrest: At 3 p.m. November 18, a concerned motorist called 911 to report a possible drunk driver who was having a hard time maintaining a straight course of travel on Roseville Parkway going toward Galleria Blvd. An officer responded and contacted the suspected drunk driver, and arrested him on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs, drug possession and other related charges.
Creekside/Antelope Creek, bicycles stolen: Between 12:30 and 3 p.m. November 10, someone cut the locks securing two bicycles to a back porch of an apartment at 1299 Antelope Creek Drive, and stole two mountain bikes.
Creekside/Antelope Creek, theft from a vehicle: Overnight November 14/15, someone went into a car parked at 1299 Antelope Creek and took expensive sunglasses, debit and credit cards, clothing and other valuable items that had been left in the vehicle. There was no sign of forced entry. The victim's debit card was soon used to make fraudulent purchases.
Police Beat 2: East Roseville
Johnson Ranch, vandalism: on November 8, someone slashed the tires of a vehicle parked in an apartment complex at 1751 East Roseville Parkway.
Meadow Oaks, theft from a vehicle: Between 3 and 11 a.m. November 17, someone went into an unlocked pickup on Condor Court, rifled through the center console and stole several power tools from the rear seat area. The victim found some of his stolen items discarded near the creek.
Sierra Gardens, gasoline theft: The owner of a gas station in the 600 block of Sunrise Avenue reported that sometime during the week of November 7-13, someone tampered with one of his fuel pumps and stole an unknown quanity of fuel.
Sierra Gardens, vehicle burglary: Between 6:30 and 8:20 p.m. November 13, someone broke the window of two pickups in a parking lot in the 700 block of Sunrise Avenue. A laptop computer was stolen from one of the pickups.
Lead Hill, purse stolen: Between 5 and 5:20 p.m. November 15, a woman was shopping in a store in the 1600 block of Douglas Boulevard, and realized that her purse, containing her cell phone, wallet and other items, had been stolen from her shopping cart. Her cell phone was found in a garbage can on Douglas Boulevard at Harding Boulevard. The other stolen items are still missing.
Lead Hill, stolen vehicle, arrest: On November 5, someone broke into an overnight key lock-box and stole a 2012 Nissan Versa from a car rental business on North Sunrise Avenue. On November 15, an officer spotted the stolen car in an apartment complex lot in the 700 block of Sunrise Avenue. He investigated further and contacted a suspect in the area, a 37-year-old Roseville woman, who was arrested on suspicion of possessing a stolen vehicle.
Police Beat 3 Central Roseville, south of the tracks
Cirbyside, stolen vehicle: Overnight November 12/13, someone stole a white Chevy Silverado pickup with a white camper shell from the 1000 block of Coloma Way. Later on Nov. 13, an officer found the stolen vehicle, unoccupied, parked in the 1100 block of Conroy Lane. Tools and a wallet that were in the pickup when it was stolen are still missing.
Cresthaven, vehicle burglary: Between 2 and 8:30 a.m. November 14,someone smashed the window of a car parked in a driveway in the 1100 block of Windermere Avenue, reached in and stole a backpack that had been left on the rear floorboard. The backpack contained an iPad. Cresthaven, commercial burglary: At 12:46 a.m. November 16, officers responded to an alarm at a business in the 500 block of Giuseppe Court. They found that someone had removed a pane of glass from the door and entered the business, stealing merchandise (hand tools). Officers searched the area but were unable to locate the suspects.
Cresthaven, residential burglary: Between 4 and 9 p.m. November 16, someone went into a backyard in the 2300 block of Vernon Street, broke a bedroom window and entered a home, rifling through bedrooms and bathrooms and stealing jewelry. A suspicious vehicle seen in front of the victim's house on the afternoon of the burglary was described as a silver late-model Chrysler two-door occupied by two males. One of the males was described as white, about 5'9" tall and 190 pounds, with long wavy brown hair and a light beard. He was wearing a gray beanie cap, a black leather jacket, blue jeans and black boots, and was carrying a tire iron. No description is available on the other male.
Cresthaven, vehicle theft: Between 5 p.m. November 16 and 1 a.m. November 17, someone stole a red 2011 Ford Econoline van with ladders on top from Cirby Hills Drive near Valley Oak Drive. The vehicle hasn't yet been located.
Cherry Glen, theft from a vehicle: Overnight November 12/13, someone rifled through an unlocked vehicle in the 200 block of Irene Avene. Nothing was taken, but the intruder left behind a case of music CDs, which we took for safekeeping until an owner can be found. Folsom Road, commercial burglary: Overnight November 11/12, someone broke the front glass door into a deli in the 900 block of Douglas Boulevard, and took a cash box.
Folsom Road, theft from a vehicle: Between 8 and 8:15 November 11, someone went into an unlocked car in a parking lot in the 200 block of Harding Boulevard, and took a purse containing a wallet, cash, cell phone and other items. The victim found some of her items discarded in a trash can behind one of the businesses.
Folsom Road, drug arrests: At about 11 a.m. November 18, officers checked an occupied vehicle parked on Maciel Avenue near Marilyn Avenue. Their investigation led them to a house on Bernice Avenue, where they arrested the two residents on suspicion of selling heroin. Three other people in the area of the house were arrested on suspicion of soliciting for drug sales, possession of marijuana for sale and other related charges.
Police Beat 4 Central Roseville, north of the tracks
Roseville Heights, bicycle theft: Overnight November 12/13, someone cut a securing chain and stole a green and brown Trek mountain bike from a bike rack behind the Barker Hotel.
Roseville Heights, stolen car recovered: At about 1 p.m. November 13, an officer on routine patrol spotted an unlicensed local probationer driving a Honda Accord on Pacific Street. As the officer turned his car around and approached, the driver parked the Accord on Pacific Street, and then he and his passenger fled on foot across the railroad yard. Officers caught the passenger, a 35-year-old man from Citrus Heights, on Atlantic Street. The officers investigated further and found out that the Honda Accord had recently been stolen from Antelope, and they found other stolen property inside the car. The passenger was arrested on suspicion of vehicle theft, parole violation and other related charges. The investigation is continuing to locate the other suspect.
Los Cerritos, residential burglary: Between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m. November 4, someone went into a home in the 700 block of Elefa Street and stole a laptop computer, women's clothing and other items. At about 1:30 p.m. that day, a neighbor reported a suspicious vehicle in the area and people trespassing in the victim's backyard. The vehicle was a two-tone metallic blue 1980s model Chevy Astrovan occupied by a a black male and two black females. One of the females had bleached-blonde dreadlocks. Officers responded but weren't able to locate the suspicious people.
Police Beat 5 North Central Roseville
Pleasant Grove, vehicle burglary: Overnight November 9/10, someone went into a minivan pakred in the 1400 block of Valley Glen Drive and took computer equipment, a phone charger and other items. There was no sign of forced entry, and the vehicle may have been accidentally left unlocked.
Diamond Oaks, bicycle theft: Between November 10-12, someone stole a black and yellow Thruster boy's bike from a garage in the 600 block of Young Way. The garage door may have been open at the time of the theft.
Stanford, vehicle burglary: Overnight November 13/14, someone broke the window of a car parked in a driveway in the 6600 block of Silver Mill Way, reached in and stole a laptop computer, a camera, sunglasses and binoculars.
Police Beat 6 West Roseville
Quail Glen, catalytic converter stolen: Overnight November 13/14, someone stole the catalytic converter from a 2002 Toyota Sequoia SUV parked in a driveway in the 8900 block of Rising Mist Way.
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