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Rocklin Crime Report Weekly Digest (10-14-2013)


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The Rocklin California weekly crime activitity crime digest for the period of October 8 - October 14, 2013.

  • 816      Total Incidents
  • 359      Officer Initiated Activity
  • 457      Calls For Service
  • 25        Arrests (Misdemeanor: 15 Felony: 10)
  • 73        Cases Written
  • 101      Traffic Stops
  • 34        Citations
  • 6          Dui Arrests
  • 2          Accidents
  • 3          Accident - Criminal

 CRIME HIGHLIGHTS 

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY - 3600 block Sunset Blvd, Sunset Apts
Unknown suspects attempted to enter the victim's apartment while she was inside.  The two unknown male suspects fled prior to making it inside of her apartment.   The attempted burglary occurred on 10/8/13 at approximately 0300 hours. 

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY - 3500 block Mountain View Drive
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's unlocked vehicle in the driveway.  They used the garage door opener from inside the vehicle to open the garage where they stole video game equipment.  The burglary occurred sometime 10/08-10/09 between 1900-0600 hours. 

VEHICLE BURGLARY - 2500 block Warren Dr
Unknown suspect(s) broke out the window to the victim's vehicle and stole her purse.  The victim's credit cards were then used to make several transactions in surrounding cities.  The burglary occurred on 10/10 sometime between 1315-1430 hours. 

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY - 6600 block Stanford Ranch Rd.
Three unknown suspects entered the business and filled a basket with merchandise and fled in a vehicle.  The burglary occurred on 10/10 at about 1530 hours.

 GRAND THEFT - 4400 block Midas Ave
Unknown suspect(s) stole automobile parts from a vehicle parked in the driveway of the victim's residence.  The theft occurred sometime 10/04-10/11 between 2400-1416 hours. 

VEHICLE BURGLARY - 6500 block Aster Ct
Unknown suspect(s) gained entry to victim's locked vehicle by unknown means.  The suspect(s) stole the victim's stereo.  The burglary occurred sometime 10/11-10/13 between 1830-0430 hours. 

THEFT FROM VEHICLE - 6200 block Camellia Circle
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's unlocked vehicle and stole clothing, credit cards, and cash.  The theft occurred sometime 10/12-10/13 between 2230-0900 hours.

VEHICLE BURGLARY - 6200 block Camellia Circle
Unknown suspect(s) gained entry to the victim's vehicle by unknown means.  The suspect(s) attempted to steal the victim's car stereo.  The burglary occurred on 10/13 sometime between 0030-1311 hours.

CASES OF INTEREST: 

POSSESSION OF NARCOTICS, COMMIT FELONY WHILE ON BAIL, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA, POSSESSION OF NARCOTICS PARAPHERNALIA, PROBATION VIOLATION
Caribou Ct / Greenbrae Rd
On 10/08/2013 at about 2057 hours, officers did a vehicle check on two suspicious vehicles in the area of Caribou Court and Greenbrae Road.  There were two suspects associated with the two vehicles.  The male suspect was on probation out of Placer County.  The female was out on bail from a previous felony arrest.  During a probation search on one of the vehicles a large amount of marijuana and narcotics were found and seized.  Officers utilized a Police Canine from the Placer County Sheriff's Department on the second vehicle search.  Narcotics and narcotics paraphernalia were also located in the second vehicle.  Both suspects were arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail. Arrested: Elijah Anderson (DOB: 10/08/1981), and Serena Schnee (DOB: 08/08/1977), both from Rocklin. 

CRIMINAL THREATS, PROBATION VIOLATION
4500 block Pacific St, Rocklin Mini Mart
On 10/09/2013 at about 1940 hours, officers responded to the Rocklin Mini Mart for a report of a male subject inside of the business threatening to kill the employees and other customers.  As officers responded to the scene, the male subject fled.  A subject matching the suspect description was contacted a short distance away from the business.  Through subsequent investigation the subject contacted was identified as the suspect who made the threats.  The male suspect was arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail. Arrested: David Zampa (DOB-05/08/1970) from Roseville

PAROLEE AT LARGE, FELONY WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR WARRANT
Highway 65 / Pleasant Grove Boulevard
On 10/14/2013 at about 0045 hours, officers made a traffic stop on a motorcycle that was driving "blacked-out" on Highway 65.  A records check revealed the driver was a Parolee at Large and had a felony warrant for his arrest.  The suspect was taken into custody without incident and booked at the Placer County Jail. Arrested: Anthony Ford (PAL) (DOB-01/22/1980) from Foresthill.






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