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Rocklin Crime Report Digest (11-20-13)



The Rocklin Police Department's weekly crime report digest for November 11- 19, 2013.

  • 1,260     Total Incidents
  • 548        Officer Initiated Activity
  • 712        Calls For Service
  • 27          Arrests (Misdemeanor: 15 Felony: 12)
  • 105        Cases Written
  • 158       Traffic Stops
  • 28          Citations
  • 3            Dui Arrests
  • 3            Accidents
  • 1            Accident - Criminal
  • 12          Fi's

 Crime Highlights 

Residential Burglary - 2100 block Arnold Dr
Unknown suspect(s) entered the residence by unknown means and stole furnishings. The burglary occurred during an unknown time frame, prior to 11/14 at 0930 hours. 

Commercial Burglary - 5000 block Rocklin Rd, Sierra College
An identified suspect entered a sports area of Sierra College and stole a cell phone. The case is still under investigation. The burglary occurred on 11/13 between 1100‐1530 hours. 

Commercial Burglary - 6600 block Stanford Ranch Road  
Unknown suspect broke glass window and stole cash from open cash register.  Alarm Company received alarm activation at 0535 hours on 11-15-13.

 Petty Theft - Vehicle  -  4900 block San Francisco Street
Unknown suspect entered an unlocked vehicle and removed an IPod and a wallet. The theft occurred between 11-14-13 at 2200 hours and 11-15-13 at 0830 hours.

 Residential Burglary - 5200 block Rocklin Rd
Unknown person entered locked apartment by unknown means and removed the victim's laptop computer from bedroom.  The theft occurred between 11-16-13 at 1730 hours and 11-17-13 at 0630 hours.

Cases Of Interest:

Possession Of A Controlled Substance, Possession Of Narcotics Paraphernalia, Sacramento County Warrant
On 11/13/2013 at about 0242 hours, officers made a traffic stop in the area of Highway 65 and Twelve Bridges. The driver was found to have a confirmed warrant for his arrest out of Sacramento County. During a search of the vehicle, officers found methamphetamine and a narcotics smoking pipe. The driver was arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges.
 Arrested  Billy Cooper   (DOB 01/10/1950) from Sacramento

 Pass Counterfeit Money, Make A Fictitious Check, Burglary
On 11/14/2013 at about 1641 hours, officers responded to the 5454 Crossings Dr (WalMart) for a female suspect attempting to cash a fraudulent check. Officers arrived and arrested the suspect. The suspect was booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges.
 Arrested: Niyia Mays (DOB 11/24/1991) from Roseville 

Make A Fictitious Check, Possess Metal Knuckles
On 11/15/2013 at about 0028 hours, officers made a traffic stop in the area of Sunset Blvd and Atherton Rd. The passenger of the vehicle was on searchable probation. During a search of the vehicle officers located fictitious money and metal knuckles. The passenger was arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges.

 Arrested: Yevonda Jones (DOB 03/20/1981) from Sacramento 

Under The Influence/Illegal Possession Of Prescription Narcotics    700 block University Ave
Officers responded to an apartment complex on a report of a verbal altercation and found a female subject lying on the sidewalk.  The female was determined to be unable to care for herself as a result of alcohol intoxication.  A search of the female's belongings subsequent to her arrest revealed she was in possession of narcotics without a prescription.
Arrested:  Dana Bryce  (DOB 10-30-72) from Roseville 

Possession Of Controlled Substance/Narcotic Paraphernalia
On 11-18-13 at approximately 1:07am, a vehicle was observed driving though closed business parking lots in the area of Five Star Blvd.  The vehicle was displaying false tabs and was stopped. Methamphetamine and paraphernalia were located inside the vehicle and on the person of the female passenger.

 Arrested:  Dean Smith  (DOB 5-23-66) from Rio Linda
Condola Hill  (DOB 4-30-87) Transient 

Armed Robbery,  5609 Pacific Street  WalMart Neighborhood Store
On 11-18-13 at approximately 5:21pm, store security attempted to stop a woman from stealing a bottle of alcohol.  An unknown male approached the security officer with a knife and demanded security personnel let the woman go.  Both suspects last seen getting into a late-model dark colored Toyota Camry.   White female suspect described as approximately 34 years of age, 5'8" and 125 pounds with dark brown hair carrying a black purse.  White male suspect also believed to be approximately 34 years of age, 5'6" and 175 pounds with a "beer gut." 

Burglary - Commercial,  6688 Lonetree Blvd,  Styles for Less
Three black female adults, approximately 23-25 years of age, entered the store and appeared to be shopping. As one female distracted the worker at the store while the other two ran out of the store with multiple clothing items. The third female ran out with multiple clothing items also. All three got into a black, Lexus sedan and left in an unknown direction.





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