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Rocklin Crime Report Digest (4-1-14)


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The Rocklin Police Department issued weekly crime report update for March 25 to 31, 2014.

  • 913      Total Incidents
  • 434      Officer Initiated Activity
  • 479      Calls For Service
  • 23        Arrests (Misdemeanor: 12  Felony: 11)
  • 71        Cases Written
  • 110      Traffic Stops
  • 43        Citations
  • 4          Dui Arrests
  • 9          Accidents
  • 2          Accident - Criminal

 Residential Burglary - 2200 block Quarry Way
An unknown suspect(s) entered a vacant residence and stole appliances.  The burglary occurred sometime between 03/17-03/25.

 Stolen Vehicle - 6000 block Pacific Street
An unknown suspect(s) stole a Nissan Sentra while it was being repaired at an automotive shop.  The case is still under investigation.  The vehicle theft occurred sometime 03/25-03/26 between 1400-1030 hours.

Make Unauthorized Paper Money - 4400 block Rocklin Road
A customer of a restaurant used a fake $20 bill to attempt to purchase food.  Through the course of the investigation, the subject was located and contacted.   It was determined that the use of a fake bill was a mistake and it could not be determined where or who made the fake bill.

Commercial Burglary - 6000 block Stanford Ranch Road
Unknown suspect/s used a rock to smash the glass window next to the front door to gain entry into the business.  The suspect/s then ransacked the area but apparently left without taking any property.  Occurred overnight on 3-28-14 to 3-29-14 

Commercial Burglary - 6600 block Lonetree Blvd
Unknown suspect/s used a rock to shatter out the front window to gain entry and take miscellaneous property.

Residential Burglary - 6400 block Sonora Pass Way
On 3-29-14 the resident/victims left the house for dinner at approximately 1740 hours and returned at 1815 hours.  Upon returning, they found their house had been ransacked by unknown suspect/s  with miscellaneous property and prescription medicines taken.

Failure To Register Annually -2600 block South Whitney Boulevard
On 03/25/2014 at about 1330 hours, Detectives contacted a sex registrant that had failed to register annually as required.  The suspect was arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges.
Arrested: Robert Millard, 50 years old, from Rocklin 

Possession Of Controlled Substances - 4200 block Sierra College Boulevard
On 03/25/2014 at about 1717 hours, officers contacted a suspicious person in the parking lot of a gas station.  During a search of his associated vehicle, officers located several narcotic controlled substances.  The suspect was arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges. Arrested: Michael Mullins, 31 years old, from Roseville

Driving Under The Influence, Violation Of Probation - West Oaks Boulevard / Sunset Boulevard
On 03/26/2014 at about 1416 hours, officers responded to a non-injury collision in the area of West Oaks Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard.  One of the involved drivers in the collision was found to be under the influence and unable to operate a vehicle safely.  The driver was arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges. Arrested: Janell Williams, 39 years old, from Rocklin

Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct, Possession Of Marijuana - 4200 block Racetrack Road
On 03/27/2014 at about 2344 hours, officers responded to the 4200 block of Racetrack Road for a physical fight in progress involving multiple subjects.  Officers arrived and attempted to take one subject into custody but he resisted arrest.  The subject was eventually placed under arrest and booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges.  Arrested: Jesse Yzaaguire, 31 years old, from Bakersfield

 Possession And Transport-Sell Controlled Substance - Rocklin Road at Granite Drive
On 3-29-14 at 0333 hours, an officer noticed a vehicle driving in an erratic fashion around the roundabouts on Rocklin Road.  Upon stopping the vehicle, the driver continued to act erratically.  A search of the vehicle revealed methamphetamine and narcotic paraphernalia.  The driver was arrested and booked into jail.  Arrested: Steven Damron, 42, out of Rocklin 

Under The Influence Of A Controlled Substance  -4900 block Brittany Court
On 3-29-14 at 1723 hours, officers responded to a dispute call between husband and wife.  Upon speaking with the husband, officers noticed he displayed the objective symptoms of being under the influence of a narcotic substance.  The husband was arrested and booked into jail. Arrested: Steven Unwin, 28 out of Rocklin

 Burglary, Vandalism, Disorderly Conduct, Resist An Officer - 2800 block Sunset Blvd
On 3-30-14 at 0116 hours, officers responded to an alarm call at a commercial business and found the front glass door shattered.  It was unknown whether the suspect actually made entry into the building.  At 0514 hours, officers responded to a 911 call where a resident in a nearby apartment complex reported an unknown male was breaking in through the front door.  A brief description was given and responding officers were able to locate and detain the suspect who was arrested for both the apartment door vandalism and disorderly conduct. Contact was made with the victim store during business hours and a review of the video surveillance cameras, showed the same suspect was responsible for breaking the glass door, entering the business and stealing a six pack of beer.
Arrested:  Cameron Shannon, 29 out of Nevada City 

Possession Of A Controlled Substance - 4400 block Rocklin Road
A probation search of the suspect revealed she was in possession of methamphetamine.
Arrested: Diana Sanderson, 43 out of Meadow Vista






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