Roseville Crime Report Digest (1-8-14)
The Roseville Police Department's weekly crime report digest for January 8, 2014.
Olympus Pointe, car break-in: Between 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. December 27, someone smashed the window of a car parked at the Miner's Ravine trailhead, and stole a backpack containing the victim's wallet, cell phone, iPad, credit cards and ID.
Olympus Pointe, garage burglary: Between 8 p.m. December 29 and 12:30 a.m.December 30, someone got into an apartment garage in the 1400 block of Rocky Ridge by unknown means, and then went into the unlocked car parked inside, stealing sunglasses, registration paperwork, a dog grooming kit, and other small items.
Johnson Ranch, theft: Between January 2 and 5, someone went into a backyard shed on Eagleton Court and stole an edger.
South Cirby, theft: Between 8 p.m. January 6 and 3 p.m. January 7, someone stole a silver metal-colored Cult BMX bike from a front porch in the 1800 block of Wildwood Way.
Lead Hill, scam: At about 3 p.m. January 2, two Spanish-speaking women approached another Spanish-speaking woman in a store in the 1700 block of Santa Clara Drive and asked her for help. They cried and told her they needed money to pay medical bills. They then offered to sell her gold and diamonds in exchange for cash. The woman withdrew money from her bank account and paid them cash for what turned out to be fake gold and jewels.
One suspect was a female Latina in her 40s, 5'8" tall and 220 pounds. The other was described only as a female Latina, also in her 40s.
Central Roseville, south of the tracks
Cresthaven, vehicle burglary: Overnight January 5/6, someone got into a locked car in the 1900 block of Lindsay Drive, possibly through an open window, and took clothing and electronic items.
Folsom Road, drug arrests: On the evening of January 1 officers conducted a probation search of a home in the 800 block of Shearer Street, finding packaged methamphetamine and other evidence of drug sales. A 35-year-old woman, a 23-year-old man and a 47-year-old man, all from Roseville, were arrested for various drug related charges.
Folsom Road, stolen car: Between 2 and 7 p.m. January 5, someone stole a white Toyota Camry from Mahan Court. The car has white hubcaps and a green skullsticker in the passenger window, and is still missing.
Folsom Road, recovered stolen car: At 2:20 p.m. January 6, officers stopped an occupied stolen car on Folsom Road near Vernon Street. The car had been reported stolen from the Auburn area. The 24-year-old male driver from Auburn was arrested on suspicion of vehicle theft.
Central Roseville, north of the tracks
Kaseberg/Kingswood, business burglarized: Just before 7 a.m. January 4, someone broke the glass front door of an auto care business in the 200 block of Derek Place and stole items. Video surveillance showed the suspect to be a white male in his 20s wearing a baseball cap, sweatshirt and jeans.
North Central Roseville
Foothills-Junction, thefts, arrest made: At about 7 a.m. January 5, a good neighbor called police to report someone was snooping in her neighbor's pickup truck in the 1300 block of Pilgrims Drive. The witness stayed on the phone with dispatch, giving them a description of the suspicious person and her actions. Officers arrived at the scene within minutes and detained the suspect. A probation search of her car turned up items stolen from both locked and unlocked vehicles from Pilgrims Drive, Puebla Drive, and Hiawatha Drive. The 24-year-old woman from Rocklin was arrested on suspicion of burglary, theft, possessing stolen property and other related charges.
Diamond Oaks, vehicle burglary: Overnight January 2/3, someone smashed the window of a pickup in the 300 block of Diamond Oaks Road and stole a laptop computer.
Highland Reserve, thefts: Overnight December 28/29, someone went through two unlocked vehicles in the 300 block of Crescent Drive and stole a purse and its contents, music CDs and other items. The same night, someone broke the window of an SUV in the 300 block of Waterfield Drive and stole duffle bags full of baseball and tennis gear.
Stanford,thefts: Overnight January 1/2, someone got into one locked and one unlocked vehicle in the 7600 block of Belle Rose Circle, and stole school supplies and a set of golf clubs.
Sun City, vehicle burglary: Between December 30-31, someone got into a locked pickup on School House Court by unknown means, and stole a laptop computer and other electronic items.
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