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Rocklin Crime Report Digest (1-22-14)




The Rocklin Police Department weekly crime report digest for the period of January 14- January 20, 2014.

Rocklin Police Incident Report

  • 879      Total Incidents
  • 409      Officer Initiated Activity
  • 470      Calls For Service
  • 16        Arrests (Misdemeanor: 10 Felony:7)
  • 63        Cases Written
  • 83        Traffic Stops
  • 7          Citations
  • 1          Dui Arrests                  
  • 2          Accidents
  • 0          Accidents - Criminal
  • 1          Fi's 

Crime Highlights

Burglary - Residential,  6300 block Emerald Drive
Unkown suspect/s removed item from garage.

 Petty Theft - Vehicle  5800 block Sequoia Court
Unknown suspect/s entered the victim's unlocked vehicle parked in the driveway. Occurred between 1-14-14 at 2230 hours and 1-15-14 at 1030 hours.

Burglary - Vehicle  5500 block Portola Circle
Unknown suspect/s gained entry into a locked vehicle, rifled through the interior and took miscellaneous property.  Occurred between 1-15-14 at 2200 hours and 1-16-14 at 0645 hours.

Grand Theft - Residential  5200 block Front Street
Unknown suspect/s cut the lock and chain connecting two mountain bikes and removed them from the victim's back porch.  The victim reported his dog barking at approximately 0100 hours and believed the theft occurred at that time on 1-16-14.

Attempt To Pass Counterfeit Money / Burglary,  6600 block Lonetree Blvd
The owner of a local shop was alerted to a male who attempted to pass a counterfeit $20.00 bill in her Roseville store.  After alerting her Rocklin employees, a male matching the same description attempted the same actions in the Rocklin store. Occurred 1-17-14 at 2143 hours. 

Burglary- Shoplift , Conspiracy
4400 block of Rocklin Rd and 4500 block of Rocklin Rd
In what appears to be two related cases, officers responded to the two above addresses within minutes of each other on a report of two unknown male suspects who stole alcohol and fled on foot.  First report occurred on 1-17-14 at 2118 hours.

Possession Of Narcotic Paraphernalia,  5400 block Whitney Blvd
Rocklin officers assisted Placer County Probation with their attempt to serve suspect Jeffrey Kilgore with an arrest warrant for his failure to appear in court.  Upon contacting Kilgore, his property was searched and a "meth" pipe was found.  Jeffery Kilgore was booked into the Placer County Jail.  Occurred on 1-17-14 at 2021 hours. Jeffrey Kilgore, 9-8-61 of Rocklin 

Possession Of Controlled Substance / Transport, Sell Controlled Substance / Misdemeanor Warrant ,  Tuttle Drive at Winner's Circle
Officer pulled a vehicle over for an expired registration violation and determined the driver had a warrant for his arrest.  A search of the vehicle revealed a small amount of methamphetamine underneath the passenger seat.  Jason Sill of Rocklin was arrested and booked into the Placer County Jail.  Occurred on 1-17-14 at 2301 hours. Jason Sill, 3-24-75 of Rocklin

 Burglary / Child Endangerment   5609 Pacific St
On 1-18-14 suspect, Candace Bussell, selected several gift cards, used the self- checkout register and bypassed the scanner system by using fraudulent means.  Loss Prevention personnel were aware of her past thefts in the store and captured her actions on the video surveillance system.  Bussell had her infant with her at the time of the incident and was charged with burglary as well as child endangerment. Candace Bussell, 3-13-92 of Rocklin





Placer County News Headlines

Homeless Resource Helpline Launched in PlacerAUBURN, Calif. -- Placer County residents who are experiencing homelessness now have a new, centralized gateway to housing resources.

Kindergarten Registration in Eureka Union School DistrictRoseville, CA,- Registration for Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten will begin February 6th in the Eureka Union School District.

2018 William Jessup Baseball Season PreviewRocklin, Calif. - The Warriors are set to take the field for the first time in their 2018 stint ahead with great expectations under new head coach Jake McKinley and a solid recruiting class

SACOG New Board Leadership for 2018Sacramento - City of Sacramento Councilmember Jay Schenirer and City of Rancho Cordova Councilmember David Sander elected.

Donut Dash Benefit Registration Underway(Sacramento, Calif.) - The tenth annual Donut Dash will take place Saturday, March 3, at 8:30 a.m. at William Land Park in Sacramento. Proceeds will benefit the UC Davis Child Life and Creative Arts Therapy Department

BottleRock Napa Valley Lineup of Restaurants, Wineries, and Artisanal Craft Breweries & DistilleriesNAPA, CA, - Situated in the heart of America's wine and food playground, BottleRock Napa Valley, presented by JaM Cellars, has once again tapped into the region's renowned culinary talent

Thunder Valley Casino Hiring for Janitorial and HousekeepingLincoln, CA,- Thunder Valley Casino Resort is hiring for Janitorial and Housekeeping positions at a Job Fair on Wednesday,

School Strategies for Children with ADHD and ASD(Sacramento, Calif.) - On Wednesday, Jan. 24, the UC Davis MIND Institute and its Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities will host "School strategies for children with ADHD and ASD

916 Dialing Changes are Coming SoonOn February 09, 2017, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved an overlay that will add the new area code 279 to the 916 area code region

Tree Harvest Festival billed as Northern California's first Cannabis Harvest FestivalWoodland, CA- We are proud to present Northern California's first Cannabis Harvest Festival. We will celebrate the 420 holiday with Music, Art, and Education

Mitsubishi Outlander remains affordable SUVRoseville, CA,- Cost-conscious car shoppers should give the 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander a look because it can be driven off the dealer lot for a very reasonable price.

Free Tax Assistance for Eligible ResidentsRocklin, CA- For the third year Placer County Health and Human Services will provide free tax assistance to low-income individuals and families, in cooperation with the IRS and United Way


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