Rocklin Crime Report Digest Update (10-23-2013)
The Rocklin Police Department weekly crime report digest for October 14 to October 22, 2013.
- 1,062 Total Incidents
- 525 Officer Initiated Activity
- 537 Calls For Service
- 21 Arrests (Misdemeanor: 13 Felony: 8)
- 117 Cases Written
- 136 Traffic Stops
- 45 Citations
- 5 Dui Arrests
- 8 Accidents
- 3 Accident - Criminal
Attempted Residential Burglary - 6500 block Timberline Way
Unknown suspect(s) attempted to pry open the back sliding window to the victim's residence. The suspect(s) were unable to gain entry. The attempted burglary occurred sometime 10/14‐ 10/15 between 0830‐1100 hours.
Residential Burglary - 5500 block New Vista Dr
A known juvenile suspect entered the victim's open garage and stole two skateboards. The suspect was identified and arrested. The property was returned to the victim. The burglary occurred on 10/15 between 1505‐1545 hours.
Residential Burglary - 4000 block Aitken Dairy Rd
Officers responded to a burglary alarm at the victim's residence. Officers arrived and discovered the front door was open and that a window was broken. A perimeter was established and after a search of the house, no suspect was located. At this time there are no suspect(s) but the case is still being investigated. The burglary occurred on 10/16 at about 0945 hours.
Attempted Vehicle Burglary - 5700 block Shannon Bay Dr
Unknown suspect(s) attempted to break into the victim's locked vehicle. The suspect(s) were unable to make entry. The attempted burglary occurred sometime 10/15‐10/16 between 1800‐ 1230 hours.
Residential Burglary - 5100 block Whitney Blvd
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's open garage and stole two bicycles. The burglary occurred sometime 09/20‐09/21 between 2100‐0100 hours.
Burglary (Intent) - 5600 block Pacific St
Two unknown suspects entered the business and stole razors. The suspects fled prior to PD arrival and were not apprehended despite an extensive search. The burglary occurred on 10/17 at about 1330 hours.
Grand Theft From Vehicle - 3300 block of Parkside Drive
Between 10/19/13 at 1800 hours to 10/20/13 at 1030 hours, unknown suspect(s) entered victim's unlocked vehicle parked in front of residence and stole: GPS Unit, CD case and CD's, sunglasses, subwoofer, bowling bag with 3 bowling balls and disc golf bag with discs.
Vehicle Burglary - 3100 block of Stardust Way
Between 10/19/13 and the morning of 10/20/13, unknown suspect(s) smashed out a window to the victim's vehicle stealing a laptop computer.
Theft From Vehicle - 6600 block of Kings Canyon Way
Between 10/19/13 at 1700 hours and 10/20/13 at 0700 hours, unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's unlocked vehicle, activated the trunk release and stole a purse containing personal items and a subwoofer.
Theft From Vehicle - 4200 block of Pinewood Way
On 10/20/13 between 1030 and 1500 hours, unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's unlocked vehicle and stole: 20" flat screen TV, Sony PlayStation 3 with controllers, video games, a Samsung cellular phone and personal items.
Theft From Vehicle - 3500 block of Willard Way
Between 10/19/13 at 1400 hours and 10/20/13 at 0900 hours, unknown suspect(s) entered two of the victim's unlocked vehicles stealing two GPS units.
Theft From Yard - 4300 block of Dominguez Way
Between 10/17/13 at 1700 hours and 10/18/13 at 1650 hours, unknown suspect(s) stole four propane fuel tanks for the business' forklifts.
Cases Of Interest:
Residential Burglary (Intent), Criminal Threats, Violation Of Dv Order
4200 block Racetrack Road
*Arrested 6800 block of Five Star Blvd
On 10/17 at about 1622 hours, officers responded to the 6800 block of Five Star Blvd for a suspicious male that was harassing customers. After a search of the area the subject was located. He was identified as, Manuel Murray. The suspect had a misdemeanor warrant for his arrest and was taken into custody. The suspect was also booked under this case.
Manuel Olalde Murray (DOB 09/04/1975) Transient / Homeless
Attempted Commercial Burglary, Possession Of Burglary Tools, Possession Of Narcotics Paraphernalia, Probation Violation
4400 block Granite Dr
On 10/17 at about 0233 hours, officers observed a suspicious vehicle drive in the alley way behind a closed business. When officers went to check on the subject and vehicle, the car was unoccupied. Officers saw the driver of the vehicle running through the closed business complex. The suspect was caught in detained in a neighboring business parking lot. Through subsequent investigation it was determined that the suspect had broken a window at Selah Salon and the commercial burglary was interrupted by the officers. The suspect was on searchable probation for burglary out of Sacramento County. During a search of the suspect's vehicle officers found burglary tools and narcotics paraphernalia. The suspect was booked at the Placer County Jail for the listed charges. For additional information refer to press release.
Arrested: Donald McGuckin (DOB 12/22/1966) from Sacramento
Possession Of Burglary Tools, Possess Controlled Substance, Warrant - Grove St/Pacific St:
On 10/18/13, a traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle for no license plate. During the contact, James Rasberry, 31, of North Highlands was arrested on an outstanding PRCS warrant. Michelle Leonard, 31, of Rocklin was arrested for being in possession of methamphetamine which was discovered during a search of the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle, Joshua Tole, 31, of Rocklin was cited for being in possession of burglary tools for having a key ring containing ten lock pick keys along with other tools commonly used to commit burglaries.
Arrested: Michelle Leonard DOB 05/05/1982 from Rocklin, James Rasberry DOB 11/12/1981from North Highlands, Josh Tole DOB 05/19/1982 (no photo) from Rocklin
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