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Rocklin Crime Report Digest (5-6-14)




The Rocklin Police Department's weekly crime report digest for the period of April 28, 2014 - May 04, 2014. 

  • 1115    Total Incidents
  • 416      Officer Initiated Activity
  • 699      Calls For Service
  • 25        Arrests (Misdemeanor: 13  Felony: 12)
  • 99        Cases Written
  • 129      Traffic Stops
  • 30        Citations
  • 2          Dui Arrests
  • 3          Accidents
  • 2          Accident - Criminal
  • 1          Fi's 

Crime Highlights 

Burglary, Identity Theft, Embezzlement - 4300 block Pacific Street
A known suspect used victim's credit card information at businesses in the area.  The case is still under investigation.  The crimes occurred on 04/24/2014. 

Residential Burglary - 5800 block Casa Grande Avenue
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's residence while she was out of town and stole property.  It is unknown what has been taken at this time.  The burglary occurred sometime between 04/03-04/16 and was reported late. 

Residential Burglary, Grand Theft - 3800 block Clover Valley Road
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's residence and stole a computer, bicycle, and tools.  The unknown suspect(s) also stole property from the victim's unlocked vehicle.  The burglary and theft occurred on 04/28/2014 between 1045-1600 hours. 

Vehicle Theft, Petty Theft - 1100 block Whitney Ranch Parkway
Unknown suspect(s) stole the complex maintenance golf cart which contained tools.  The theft occurred on 04/30/2014 between 1657-1702 hours. 

Residential Burglary - 2400 block Tripp Way
Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim's guitar out of his house after his son left he house unlocked. The burglary and theft occurred sometime between 2100 hours on 05-01-2014 and 1700 hours on 05-02-2014. 

Commercial Burglary - 3rd St. Ballpark
Unknown suspect(s) broke into one of the snack bars belonging to Tri-City Little League and stole cash out of the registers. The burglary and theft occurred between 2100 hours on 05-01-2014 and 0830 hours on 05-03-2014. 

Burglary, Possession Of Forged Money, Commit Felony While On Bail
5400 block Crossings Drive - 04/28/2014 at about 1158 hours, officers responded to the 5400 block of Crossings Drive for a female that was passing counterfeit currency in an attempt to make a purchase.  Officers arrived and located the female.  She was found to be currently out on felony bail.  The subject was arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges. Arrested: Tiffany Elarms, 19 years old, from Antioch 

Possess For Sale A Controlled Substance, Under The Influence Of A Controlled Substance
4700 Block of Rocklin Road  - 04/29/2014 at 0056 hours, Officers responded to a call of a possible vehicle burglary. The reporting party called to advise that he was working after hours and there were subjects breaking into a black Cadillac  SUV in front of his business. The reporting party was not making a lot of sense and when officers contacted him he admitted to using heroin and other narcotics. While the officers were on scene, he reported to them there were people in the attic and there was a subject out in front of the business eating a pizza, none of which were true. A search of the subject's vehicle revealed a large amount of Xanax and a large amount of cash. The subject was arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges. Arrested: Jonathan David Leonhardt, 29 years old, of Roseville 

Conspiracy To Commit A Crime, Burglary
5100 block of Commons Dr.  - On 04-29-2014 at 2005 hours, Officers responded to Target for the report of three shoplifters in custody. The suspects walked through Target for approximately one hour and stole several clothing items and concealed the items into two large empty purses they brought with them. One of the subjects was released by security prior to officer's arrival. They stole a total of over $400 worth of clothing and were apprehended as they left the store. Arrested was one juvenile and the below listed adult for the listed charges. Arrested: Chloe Huntsberry, 18 years old, of Auburn 

Take Vehicle Without Owner's Consent, Possession Of Stolen Property, False Id To A Police Officer,Misdemenaor Warrant, Public Intoxication,False Imerpsonation Of Another.
El Don Dr @ Freeman Circle  - 05-02-2014 at approximately 0710 hours, Officers responded to El Don Dr. on a report of a suspicious subject. They arrived on scene and contacted a subject who was obviously intoxicated. He provided them with as false name and upon further investigation was arrested for an outstanding warrant and providing a false name to officers. A short time later, Officers responded back to the same location for another suspicious subject. They contacted the second subject and he too provided a false name and was  arrested for public intoxication and false impersonation of another. He was standing next to a black Honda and had personal property inside of it when he was contacted by officers. Upon further investigation, the first subject had been in possession of keys that fit into the ignition of the Honda which turned out to be a stolen vehicle. The first subject was later charged with possession of stolen property and possession of a stolen vehicle. Maher Rashid was charged with taking a vehicle without the owner's consent, possession of a stolen vehicle, possession of stolen property, false ID to an officer and he had an outstanding warrant. Rashid was arrested for public intoxication and false impersonation of another. Arrested: Maher Rashid, 22 years old, of Sacramento, and Adam Rashid, 19 years old, (refused address)  

Felony Warrant 
4000 Block of Rocklin Rd. - 05-02-2014 at approximately 1900 hours, Officers responded to a hotel in Rocklin for a routine security. Once on scene they made contact with a subject who had an outstanding felony warrant for robbery out of Placer County. She was taken into custody without incident and booked into the Placer County Jail for the warrant. Arrested: Rebecca Fincher, 21 years old, transient

Commercial Burglary, Forgery, Alter A Prescription
2100 block of Sunset Blvd.  - 05-04-2014 at 1247 hours, Officers responded to a local business on a report of a subject attempting to pick up a forged prescription from the pharmacy.  Officers arrived on scene and located a female leaving the area. She matched the description and was stopped by officers. Upon investigation, they located several narcotics in her possession that she did not have a prescription for and she was ID'd as the subject attempting to pick up the forged prescription. She was arrested for the listed charges and booked into the Placer County Jail for the listed charges. Arrested: Ashleigh Griffin, 26 years old, of San Jose 

Harm Police Dog, Resisting Arrest
4000 block of Rocklin Rd. - 05-04-2014 at approximately 1745 hours, a Rocklin PD K9 officer was leaving the police department when he observed a neighboring law enforcement agency in a vehicle pursuit on Rocklin Road. As the officer made a U-turn, the pursuit had ended in a parking lot. The subject refused several commands to show the officers his hands and to quit reaching into his pockets. The subject refused to comply with the officer's commands and the officer's police service dog was deployed. The subject continued to resist and punched and attempted to choke the police service dog. More officers arrived on scene and the subject was taken into custody. He was booked by the Placer County Sheriff's Department for several charges. The officers and police service dog were not injured. Rocklin PD forwarded a case to the Placer County District Attorney's office for the listed charges. Arrested: Bryan Meis, 34 years old, of Rocklin 

Possession Of A Controlled Substance, Possession Of Narcotic Paraphernalia, Outstanding Warrants,Under The Influence Of A Controlled Substance
SR 65 at Pleasant Grove Blvd. - 05-05-2015 at approximately 0015 hours, a RPD officer stopped a vehicle for a CVC violation. A records check revealed the driver was on searchable probation and had two outstanding warrants. The driver was taken into custody for the warrants. When officers contacted the female passenger, she displayed signs and symptoms of being under the influence of a controlled substance and was arrested. A search of her purse revealed narcotics paraphernalia. A probation/consent search of the driver's purse revealed several items of narcotic paraphernalia and a useable amount of methamphetamine. The driver, Tina Huff, was arrested for two warrants, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of narcotic paraphernalia. The passenger, Amanda Aiken, was arrested for possession of narcotics paraphernalia and for being under the influence of a controlled substance. Arrested: Tina Huff, 40 years old, of Citrus Heights, and Amanda Aiken, 36 years old, transient 

Commercial Burglary, Possession Of Burglary Tools, Vandalism, Possession Of Narcotics Paraphernalia, False Impersonation Of Another
3600 Block of Sunset Blvd. - 05-04-2014 at approximately 0251 hours, officer responded to a call of a subject trying to break into a detached enclosed laundry facility in an apartment complex. The suspect had broken into two laundry machines and removed the quarters from inside. The suspect was seen by officers inside the laundry facility and was arrested. Additionally, the subject gave a false name upon his arrest and was in possession of burglary tools and narcotics paraphernalia. He was booked into the Placer County Jail on the listed charges. Arrested: Kevin Martin, 24 years old, transient





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