Rocklin Weekend Crime Report Digest (9-10-2013)
The Rocklin Police Department's weekend crime report digest for the weekend of September 6-9, 2013.
- Incidents: 441
- Officer Initiated: 202
- Arrests: 19
- Misdemeanor: 12
- Felony: 7
- Cases Written: 41
- Traffic Stops: 62
- Citations: 12
- Dui Arrests: 4
- Field Interview's: 12
- Collisions: 1
- Collisions ‐Criminal: 1
69/647(f)PC‐Threaten Office/Drunk in Public: 3500 block Mountain View Drive
Officers were called to a residence on a report that the woman of the house was "out of control" and attacking the male RP. The RP was intoxicated and was arrested outside when he started to walk back towards the house against officer's orders. Arrested was Felix Martinez (10‐4‐63). Martinez then threatened harm to the officers as well as the medical personnel called to the scene to check on Martinez.
487PC - (Grand Theft): 3100 block Sceptre Drive
Garage door left open with miscellaneous items taken. Reported at 1903 hours.
242PC (Battery) 5400 block S. Grove Street
Officers were called to a loud party in the complex with people possibly fighting in the area. No fight located but one person walking through the parking lot was found with a bloody gash over his left eye. The victim claimed his "friend" hit him. Victim not sure whether he wants to prosecute - Investigation continuing.
459PC / 182PC (Burglary / Conspiracy) Sportsman's Warehouse
Four juveniles were detained by security after they exited the store failing to pay for the Leatherman tools they concealed in their pockets. Ages: three 17 year olds, and one 16. ABC Sting Detail. Investigations unit took part in a Placer County sting targeting "shoulder taps" along the Sierra College corridor. Total of 8 citations / arrests made.
10851CVC / 368(e)PC (Stolen vehicle / joy riding): 5000 Rocklin Road
While victim was busy, family member suspect took the opportunity to steal victim's car and drive to Sacramento, where he crashed it. Suspect was hospitalized as a result of the crash. Victim arrived at the police department lobby and brought suspect, Jeremy Jenkins who confessed to the "theft". Arrested: Jeremy Jenkins 4‐18‐90
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