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Rocklin Crime Report Digest Update (12-12-13)

The Rocklin Police Department weekly crime report digest for the period of December 3 - December 9, 2013

Incident Summary 

  • 892      Total Incidents
  • 372      Officer Initiated Activity
  • 520      Calls For Service
  • 26        Arrests (Misdemeanor: 16  Felony: 10)
  • 88        Cases Written
  • 45        Traffic Stops
  • 4          Citations
  • 6          Dui Arrests                  
  • 5          Accidents
  • 3          Accident - Criminal
  • 6          Fi's 

Crime Highlights

 Residential Burglary - 4800 block Rocklin Rd, Sierra College
(Case #13-337-08)
Known suspects entered the victim's dorm room and stole property.  The case is still under investigation.  The burglary occurred on 12/02 between 1830-1918 hours. 

Residential Burglary, Vandalism - 4400 block Greenbrae Rd
(Case #13-338-02)
Unknown suspect(s) entered a home that was under construction and vandalized the property.  It does not appear that anything was stolen during the burglary.  The burglary occurred sometime 12/02-12/03 between 1500-0730 hours. 

Vehicle Burglary - 5900 block Tanus Cr
(Case #13-338-03)
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's vehicle by unknown means and stole a Tablet computer.  The burglary occurred sometime 12/03-12/04 between 1830-0830 hours.

 Commercial Burglary - 4900 block Rocklin Rd.
(Case #13-339-02)
Unknown suspect(s) removed a large glass window and entered the business.  It appears the suspects fled when the audible alarm sounded.  Nothing was taken during the burglary.  The burglary occurred sometime 12/04-12/05 between 1730-0730 hours. 

Stolen Vehicle - 4400 block Rocklin Road
(Case# 13-340-4)
Unknown suspect took victim's 1996 Honda Civic from the hotel parking lot between 0300 hours and 1100 hours on 12-6-13.

 Unauthorized Use Of Personal Information / Theft By Forged Card
(Case# 13-340-7)
A Rocklin resident noted an unauthorized charge on his credit card for over $250.00 that was applied to a Roseville phone bill.  Investigation ongoing. 

Burglary- Vehicle, 2300 Block Heath Court
(Case# 13-340-9)
Unknown suspect gained entry into victim's locked vehicle and removed a backpack containing a laptop and medication.  Victim was unable to say exactly where the burglary may have occurred as he discovered it at the end of the day.  Reported on 12-6-13. 

Burglary- Residential / Grand Theft, 1400 Block Meridian Way
(Case# 13-340-16)
Unknown suspect entered victim's apartment and took foreign currency and headphones. Occurred sometime between Nov 20 and Dec 6, 2013. 

Vandalism - 5301 Victory Lane, Rocklin High School
(Case# 13-341-2)
Unknown suspect/s broke out the back window to a white dodge van parked in parking lot.  Occurred between 2330 hours on 12-6-13 and 1005 hours on 12-7-13. 

Burglary- Commercial , Vandalism  1850 Wildcat Blvd  St. Augustine Church
(Case# 13-342-3)
Unknown suspect/s broke a lock box and used the keys within to gain entry into the building.  The office was ransacked and computer equipment and other miscellaneous items were taken.  Occurred on 12-7-13 between 1700 hours and 2400 hours.

Petty Theft - 6640 Lonetree Blvd,   Sportsman's Warehouse
(Case# 13-341-7)
Suspect Scott L. Rogers entered Sportsman's Warehouse and concealed merchandise on his person prior to exiting the store making no attempt to pay for the concealed property.  Rogers was issued a misdemeanor citation. No photo available.  Occurred on 12-7-13 at 1628 hours. 

Burglary - Vehicle, 4105 Del Mar Avenue   Golden State Utility
(Case# 13-342-6)
Unknown suspect/s gained entry into a utility trailer by using a bolt cutter and took construction tools.  Occurred between 12-6-13 at 1700 hours and 12-8-13 at 1700 hours. 

Petty Theft - Vehicle, 5200 Blk 4th St.
(Case# 13-342-10)
Unknown suspect/s gained entry into victim's unlocked vehicle and removed a gym bag and purse.  Occurred between 1600 hours on 12-7-13 and 2045 hours on 12-9-13. 

Cases Of Interest:

 Violation Of Protective Order
(Case# 13-341-9)
Rachelle Ray was placed under arrest for violating the terms of a protective order.  Ray was booked into Placer County Jail. Arrested: Rachelle Ray 1-6-81  Rocklin

 Possession Of A Controlled Substance, Possession Of Controlled Substance Without A Prescription, Under The Influence Of A Controlled Substance
(Case #13-338-14)
 On 12/04/2013 at about 2101 hours, officers responded to the 4500 block of Granite Drive (Days Inn Hotel) for a report of a male subject possibly under the influence in his underwear banging on hotel room doors.  Officers arrived and discovered the male had gone inside a hotel room.  Officers could hear a disturbance from inside of the room and the subjects inside refused to answer the door.  Officers forced entry into the room and found two occupants.   The male subject from the original call was inside and found to be in possession of methamphetamine.  The female inside of the room was found to be under the influence of a controlled substance.  Both suspects were arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail. Arrested:  John Renslow (DOB:04-29-1971) from Citrus Heights, and Trudy Carder (DOB 08-30-1960) from Lincoln

 Burglary, Petty Theft, Misdemeanor Warrant
(Case #13-339-03 and Case #13-339-07)
On 12/05/2013 at about 0732 hours, officers responded to the 5600 block of Pacific Street (Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market) for a shoplifter that was in custody.  The male suspect had stolen alcohol.  Loss Prevention also advised the same male suspect had stolen alcohol a few days prior, but was not detained during that incident.  The male suspect was arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges. Arrested:  Michael Martin (DOB-03/21/1961) from Rocklin 

Inflict Corporal Injury On Spouse - 3500 block Sunset Blvd.
(Case #13-340-3)
The victim of domestic  violence called officers and reported her husband grabbed her around her throat during an argument.  Joseph Loyn was arrested and booked into Placer County Jail.  Occurred on 12-6-13 at 1035 hours. Arrested:  Joseph Loyn 7-23-81, Rocklin 

Burglary - Commercial, Conspiracy  5609 Pacific Street, WalMart Neighborhood Market
(Case# 13-341-10)
Suspects Joshua Dreier and Pavel Pozdynakov entered the WalMart Market and placed bottles of alcohol into their hand baskets.   They later exited the store making no attempt to pay for the merchandise.   Both suspects fled when loss prevention attempted to detain them.  The suspects were located a few minutes later and were positively identified.  Both men were booked into jail.  Occurred 12-7-13 at 2054 hours.
Arrested: Joshua Dreier  (DOB:10-26-91) transient, and Pavel Pozdynakov (DOB:7-28-94) Citrus Heights. 

Robbery - 6640 Lonetree Blvd.  Sportsman's Warehouse
(Case# 13-341-3)
Suspect Bogdan Kalyuta entered Sportsman's Warehouse and concealed merchandise on his person prior to exiting the store making no attempt to pay for the concealed property.  When security tried to detain Kalyuta outside the store, he made an attempt to grab a knife from his pocket.  Kalyuta was arrested and booked into Placer County Jail.  Occurred on 12-7-13 at 1335 hours. Arrested: Bogdan Kalyuta  3-22-93, Antelope 

Petty Theft - 2341 Sunset Blvd,  Bel Air Market
(Case# 13-341-8)
Suspect Ryan Linn entered Bel Air and concealed a bottle of alcohol on his person prior to exiting the store making no attempt to pay for the concealed property.  Linn was issued a misdemeanor citation.  Occurred on 12-7-13 at 1726 hours. Arrested: Ryan Linn, 12-4-85  Rocklin

Illegal Possession Of Firearm,  6600 block Blue Oaks Blvd, (Case# 13-342-8)
On 12-8-13 at 1905 hours, officers responded to a 911 call regarding a verbal argument between mother and son.  Officers were alerted to the presence of a gun in the house.   A check of the gun revealed it was an illegally modified assault rifle that was not currently registered.  The gun was confiscated and a case was forwarded to the District Attorney's office for a review of charges.

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