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Rocklin Crime Report Digest (10-9-2013)




The Rocklin Police Department's weekly crime report digest for the period of September 30 through October 8, 2013. 

  •  1,196   Total Incidents
  • 619      Officer Initiated Activity
  • 577      Calls For Service
  • 35        Arrests (Misdemeanor: 23 Felony: 12)
  • 105      Cases Written
  • 162      Traffic Stops
  • 49        Citations
  • 9          Dui Arrests                  
  • 4          Accidents
  • 5          Accident - Criminal 

GRAND THEFT - 4100 block Legend Dr
Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim's jewelry while moving.  The theft occurred sometime between 06/27-07/02.

VEHICLE BURGLARY - 6600 block Lonetree Blvd.
A suspect broke the window to the victim's vehicle and stole her purse.  The suspect has been identified and the case is being investigated by the Investigations Unit.  The burglary occurred on 09/30 at about 1130 hours.

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY - 4700 block Echo Ridge Rd
The victim's residence was burglarized while on vacation.  It is unknown was has been stolen at this time.  The burglary occurred sometime 09/26-09/30 between 2400-0745 hours.

GRAND THEFT - 5400 block Second St
Unknown suspect(s) stole a lap top and tablet device from an open vehicle.  The theft occurred sometime 09/29-09/30 between 2030-0700 hours. 

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY - 3600 block Sunset Blvd
Unknown suspect(s) attempted to break into the coin boxes of the apartment complex washing machines.  The attempted burglary occurred sometime 09/30-10/01 between 1900-1400 hours.

GRAND THEFT - 4000 block Silver St
Unknown suspect(s) stole the tail gate off of the victim's truck.  The theft occurred sometime 09/30-10/01 between 1700-1700 hours. 

GRAND THEFT - 5000 block Rocklin Rd, Sierra College
Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim's back pack with electronics equipment inside.  The theft occurred on 09/27 between 1300-1315 hours.

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY - 6500 block Powder Ridge Dr
A possibly known suspect may have broken into the victim's house and stolen furniture.  The case is still under investigation.  The burglary occurred on 10/02 sometime between 0900-1930 hours.

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY - 4800 block Granite Dr
Unknown suspect(s) broke a front window to the business and stole cash from the register.  The burglary occurred on 10/04 at about 0407 hours.

 COMMERCIAL BURGLARY- 4800 Block  Granite Drive
Officers responded to an alarm call at 0405 hours and found the glass window to Capezio's broken.  Unknown suspect stole money from the cash register.  Occurred 10-4-13 at 0405 hours.

GRAND THEFT- 5615 Pacific Street
Generator was stolen from an unlocked trailer in the K-Mart parking lot.  Occurred on 10-4-13 at 1033 hours 

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY- 1400 Block Meridian Way
Unknown suspect possibly used an electronic device to open garage door and removed tools, a go-cart and camping gear.  Late report - Occurred between 10-1-13 at 1100 hours and 10-2-13 at 1800 hours.

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY - 400 Block Beachcomber North
Unknown suspect used a pry tool to gain entry into a detached garage and stole tools.

VANDALISM   - 5700 BLOCK SANDSTONE COURT
Large stepping stone thrown through victim's car window.  Occurred between 1830 hours on 10-4-13 and 0730 hours on 10-5-13.

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY -  3100 Block SUNSET BLVD
Unknown suspect used a river rock to smash a glass window and steal a laptop computer.  Occurred overnight between 10-4-13 at 1740 hours and 10-5-13 at 1045 hours.

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY - 5600 block PACIFIC STREET
Unknown suspect smashed glass window with a rock and gained entry into the store.  Suspect rummaged through store and attempted to take one item but fled with nothing.

CASES OF INTEREST:

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY - 6500 block Winter Rush Dr - 6000 block Equestrian Terrace
Officers responded to a burglary in progress in the 6500 block of Winter Rush Drive.  A suspect was seen entering the residence through a first floor window.  While officers and detectives were on scene, information was obtained from detectives with the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department regarding the identity of possible suspects.  Additionally, a second residential burglary was discovered off of Equestrian Terrace, and the two burglaries were believed to be related.  The information obtained and evidence gathered led to probation searches in Sacramento County where stolen items were recovered.  Two suspects were arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail.  For additional information please refer to press release. Arrested: Steven Espino (DOB 7/8/1995), from Sacramento, and Michael Sommers (DOB 7/25/1991), from Orangevale.          

MARIJUANA SALES, POSSESSION OF A STOLEN VEHICLE, POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, POSSESSION OF NARCOTICS PARAPHERNALIA, WARRANTS
5400 block of Fifth St, Johnson Springview Park
Officers responded to a report of a male subject possibly selling narcotics at Johnson Springview Park.  While enroute to the incident, officers were advised that the vehicle associated with the call was stolen out of Crescent City.  Officers arrived and contacted two subjects that were related to the vehicle and the vehicle theft.  During a search of the stolen vehicle over 1.5 pounds of marijuana was found and about 2 grams of methamphetamine, along with narcotics paraphernalia.  Both of the subjects also had outstanding warrants for their arrest.  They were taken into custody and booked at the Placer County Jail. Arrested: Patrick Blanchard (DOB 3/17/1970), and Carrie Bellati (DOB 6/30/1964), both from Crescent City. 

PAROLEE AT LARGE, WARRANTS - Placer Corporation / Industrial
Officers made a traffic stop for an equipment violation.  All three subjects inside of the vehicle were found to have warrants for their arrest.  One subject initially lied about his identity, but after further investigation he was identified as a Parolee At Large.  Two of the subjects were taken into custody and booked at the Placer County Jail.  The third subject was released on a promise to appear. Arrested: Jerry Wrobel (DOB 12/28/1969) of Rio Linda, and Barry Keeter (DOB 10/02/1963) from Sacramento. 

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY - 2300 block South Whitney Blvd
Officers responded to a residential burglary in progress.  Officers arrived and set up a perimeter around the residence.  During a search of the house, officers located two suspects inside.  Both were taken into custody for residential burglary.  One of the suspects was found to be under the influence and in possession of narcotics paraphernalia.  Both suspects were booked at the Placer County Jail.  For additional information please refer to press release. Arrested: Kai Krienke (DOB 09-04-1978) from Citrus Heights, and Mark Dingman (DOB 03/14/1973), from Lincoln.

CRIMINAL THREATS / CRUELTY TO ELDERLY /DEPENDENT ADULT 100 BLOCK Villa Serena Circle
A wheelchair bound victim called police after his son came to his assisted care facility and threatened to do him harm.  On-going issue with suspect and estranged wife who is living/staying in father-in-law's house.  Arrested:  Kumar Hardeep,  8-6-76 

STEAL FROM ELDERLY/DEPENDENT ADULT- 4900 Block Keystone Ct 
Phone scam - Victim received phone call from Dominican Republic in which the suspect purported to be the victim's grandson.  The caller said the grandson had been arrested and needed financial help.  The victim wired over $1400.00 via Western Union.





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