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Rocklin Weekly Crime Report Digest (9-21-13)





The Rocklin Police Department made 11 felony arrests and responded to 349 calls and 678 incidents according to the department'sweekly crime report digest for September 16-20, 2013.

  • 678 Total Incidents
  • 349 Calls For Service
  • 16 Arrests (Misdemeanor: 5  Felony: 11)
  • 61 Written Reports
  • 74 Traffic Stops
  • 31 Citations
  • 2 Dui Arrests
  • 4 Field Interviews
  • 4 Accident Reports
  • 2 Accident-Criminal 

*There were six illegal narcotic related arrests made. 

THEFTS AND BURGLARIES:

 PC 487(A) - GRANT THEFT reported in the 2300 block of Sammy Way.  Gardening equipment was stolen off of a maintenance worker's vehicle.  The burglary occurred on 09/16 between 1000 hours and 1020 hours.

 PC 459 VEHICLE BURGLARY reported in the 6200 block of Brookshire Drive.  No signs of forced entry to the vehicle but victim's purse was taken.  Burglary occurred sometime between 09/16 at about 1415 hours and 09/17 at about 0720 hours.

 PC 459 (Vehicle) / Found Property - BURGLARY: Officers responded to a found property report in the 1000 block of Sunset Boulevard. Through investigation, officers determined the property was taken during a vehicle burglary in the Crunch Fitness parking lot. Stolen were a lap top and credit cards.  The burglary occurred on 09/18 sometime between 0945 hours and 2219 hours.

 PC 487(A) - GRAND THEFT reported at 5000 Rocklin Road (Sierra Junior College).  A woman using the restroom had her purse stolen when she turned her back.  A member of the victim's family chased the unknown suspect who dropped the purse.  The property was recovered but suspect was not apprehended.  The theft occurred on 09/18 at about 1055 hours.

 PC 459 - BURGLARY reported at 5000 Rocklin Road (Sierra Junior College).  A suitcase was stolen from the women's locker room.  The theft occurred on 09/18 sometime between 1100 hours and 1200 hours.

 PC 459 - Residential BURGLARY reported in the 5200 block of Birdie Court.  The victims were vacationing and left another family member at the residence to watch the house.  Sometime while the victims were gone numerous jerseys were stolen.  The burglary occurred sometime between 09/12 at about 1200 hours and 09/14 at about 1000 hours.

 PC 487(A) GRAND THEFT of Catalytic Converter reported in the 1000 block of Sunset Boulevard.  The converter was stolen off of a Dodge truck.  The theft occurred on 09/18 sometime between 1445 hours and 1700 hours. 

PC 487(A) - GRAND THEFT of a boat motor at 6400 block of Sonora Pass.  The victim's boat motor was stolen while the boat was trailered outside.  The theft occurred sometime between 09/18 at about 2300 hours and 09/19 at about 0630 hours. 

PC 487(A) Catalytic Converter GRAND THEFT reported in the 5800 block of Lonetree Boulevard.  The converter was stolen off of a Dodge truck.  The theft occurred on 09/18 sometime between 0900 hours and 2400 hours. 

PC 487(A) - GRAND THEFT reported in the 4700 block of Corona Circle.  An expensive ring stolen during a yard sale.  The theft occurred on 06/29/2013 sometime between 0730 hours and 1230 hours. 

CASES OVERVIEW: 

11350(a) H&S, 11550(a) H&S - POSSESS METH., UNDER INFLUENCE
On 09/16 at about 2151 hours, officers checked a suspicious vehicle in a parking lot of the 4400 block of Rocklin Road. Justin Marshall, 24 years old of Loomis, was found to be under the influence of a controlled substance. A search of his vehicle revealed Heroin. Marshall was booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges. 

11377(A) H&S, 496(A) PC, 22810 PC, 11364.1(A) H&S
On 09/16 at about 1139 hours, officers responded to a business in the 4400 block of Rocklin Road to assist Placer County Probation with serving a warrant. A search of the room of the wanted subject revealed methamphetamine, stolen property, and pages of fake currency that had been printed off. Tanya Duran, 36 year old transient, was taken into custody at the scene. On 09/17, Anthony Marquez, 33 years old transient, returned to the hotel room to pick up property and he was taken into custody. The two arrestees are suspects in several recent burglaries in Rocklin and Roseville.  They were both booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges. 

11378 H&S, 11379(A) H&S, 11364 H&S
On 09/17 at about 2212 hours, officers noticed a suspicious vehicle in a parking lot of the 4400 block of Rocklin Road. Officers initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle as it left the parking lot. During a search of the vehicle, officers located numerous individually packaged baggies of methamphetamine, narcotics paraphernalia, and a digital scale. Samantha Klesser, 26 years old of Citrus Heights, was arrested for methamphetamine sales. She was booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges.       

11350(A) H&S, 476 PC - POSSESS HERION, POSSES STOLEN PROERTY AND FELONY WARRANTS
On 09/18/2013 at about 0159 hours, officers made a traffic stop in the area of SB Highway 65 and Pleasant Grove Blvd. The driver, Michael Dagastino 40 years old of Sacramento, was found to have several felony warrants for his arrest (the warrants were for narcotics and burglary). During a search of his vehicle, he was found to be in possession of Heroin. Officers also located two envelopes containing numerous fictious checks. Dagostino was taken into custody and booked at the Placer County Jail. 

11350(A) H&S, 23152(A) CVC, 11550(A) H&S, 11364.1(A) H&S
On 09/18 at about 2236 hours, officers made a traffic enforcement stop in the area of Wildcat Blvd and West Stanford Ranch. Michael Galli, 27 years old from Antelope, was found to be under the influence and DUI. During a search of his vehicle, officers located loaded syringes and Heroin. Galli was booked at the Placer County Jail for the listed charges.





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