Rocklin Crime Report Digest (10-29-2013)
The Rocklin Police Department weekly crime report digest for October 22 to October 28, 2013.
828 Total Incidents
- 331 Officer Initiated Activity
- 497 Calls For Service
- 16 Arrests (Misdemeanor: 9 Felony: 7)
- 82 Cases Written
- 84 Traffic Stops
- 12 Citations
- 3 Dui Arrests
- 4 Accidents
- 0 Accident - Criminal
- 13 Fi's
Residential Burglary - 1400 block Redwood Dr
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's unlocked vehicle in the driveway. The suspect(s) then used the garage door opener to gain access to the garage of the residence. At this time it appears that only the garage door opener and documents were stolen. The burglary occurred sometime 10/19-10/20 between 2300-0600 hours.
Burglary, Identity Theft
6800 block Five Star Blvd, / 5600 block Pacific St,
A possibly identified suspect entered several businesses in Rocklin and used the victim's identity to make purchases. The cases are still under investigation and are related to other burglaries in another city. The burglaries in Rocklin occurred on 09/15 and 09/13.
Residential Burglary - 5900 block Willowynd Dr
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's open garage and stole a bicycle. The burglary occurred sometime 10/23-10/24 between 1800-1300 hours.
Petty Theft - 2200 block Sunset Blvd
Two white males selected bottles of alcohol and hid them under their clothing prior to leaving the store. They made their getaway in a Burgundy Pontiac Grand Prix. Occurred at approximately 2310 hours on 10-25-13
Residential Theft - 5400 Blk Butte Circle
On 10/25/13 2000-2100 hours, unknown suspect entered open garage and removed a cell phone, iPad and autographed sports memorabilia. Based on items taken, victim believes the suspect is a young male and told officers about a neighbor who recently chased a young male out of an open garage.
Commercial Theft - 2100 block Sunset Blvd
On 10/26/12 at 1007 hours, three unknown suspects order drinks at the coffee drive thru. Upon receiving their order, the driver tells the clerk he forgot his wallet and then proceeds to grab the tip jar and drive away. License plate obtained and further investigation is necessary.
Petty Theft from Vehicle - 5300 Blk Thunder Ridge Circle
From 10/26/13 - 10/27/13, between 2150 - 1404 hours unknown suspect stole a stereo from an unlocked Honda parked on the street. Based on damage to additional wires in the car, Victim believes suspect attempted to steal the entire car.
Stolen Vehicle - 4400 block Granite Drive
Owner of white Nissan Altima parked and left the car in the Diamond Sports parking lot at approximately 2330 hours on 10-26-13. Owner returned the following morning to report car was missing. A check of the registration showed CHP towed the vehicle at 0030 hours on 10-27-13 after it had been found abandoned in a guard rail at Hwy 80 at Douglas Blvd.
CASES OF INTEREST:
Failure to Register as Sex Offender, 4400 block Winners Cr
On 10/22 at about 1100 hours, officers responded to the 4400 block of Winners Circle to contact a subject that had failed to register as a sex offender per his annual requirements. The suspect was contacted and arrested at his residence without incident. The suspect was booked at the Placer County Jail for the listed charges. Arrested: Clifford Appleby, (DOB-10/09/1951) from Rocklin
Possession of a Controlled Substance, Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance
4900 block of Third St
On 10/23 at about 1616 hours, officers responded to the 4900 block of Third Street for a report of two subjects possibly breaking into a vacant house. Officers arrived and contacted the two subjects. It was determined they were not breaking into the residence, but they were both found to be under the influence of a controlled substance. During a search of the vehicle associated with the suspects, officers found methamphetamine and marijuana. The suspects were arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail for the listed charges.
Arrested: Dillon McWilliams (DOB 12/23/1988), and Amy Dodge (DOB 01/05/1980), both from Sacramento
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