17 Arrested in Rocklin over Weekend
The Rocklin Police Department responded to 449 incidents, making 17 arrests over the weekend from September 13- 16, 2013.
Rocklin Police Dept incident breakdown.
- 449 Incidents
- 228 Officer Initiated Activity
- 221 Calls for Service
- 17 Arrests (12 MISDEMEANOR, 5 FELONY)
- 40 Cases Written
- 53 Traffic Stops
- 15 Citations
- 6 DUI Arrests
- 2 Collisions
- 1 Collisions - Criminal
Select Reports from Rocklin Police
Burglary (459PC): 5300 block Brookfield Circle (9‐13‐13/2002 hours)
Unknown suspect entered unlocked, open garage and took miscellaneous car parts as well as a dirt bike. Unknown time frame as victim couldn't recall exactly when he last saw the dirt bike.
Vandalism (594(b)(1)PC): 701 Wildcat Blvd (9‐13‐13/2301 hours)
Victim parked and locked his car at 1845 hours to attend the Whitney High football game. Victim returned to car at 2230 hours and found the back window completely broken out. No other vehicles reported damaged in the area.
Battery (242PC): 3300 block Meadow Way (9‐14‐13/0313 hours)
Victim tried to get into a party for which he was not invited. After being denied entry, the victim urinated in a nearby bush and was reportedly attacked by three unknown male adults. Officers were called to the scene but all parties fled the area. Sutter Hospital later reported the assault when the victim was dropped off by his friends. Victim suffered minor abrasions.
Burglary (459PC): 3900 block Midas Ave (9‐14‐13/0804 hours)
Unknown suspect entered an unlocked, open garage between 2300 and 0800 hours. Suspect rummaged through the unlocked car and removed small remote control for garage door.
Theft (488PC): 4400 block Midas Ave (9‐14‐13/1518 hours)
Victim returned home from a camping trip and started to unload car. Between 1440 hours and 1510 hours, unknown suspect removed the roof of a Polaris ATV.
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