Rocklin Crime Report Update Digest (5.20.14)
The Rocklin Police Department crime report update digest for the period of May 12th, 2014 - May 20th, 2014.
- 1361 Total Incidents
- 494 Officer Initiated Activity
- 850 Calls For Service
- 24 Arrests (Misdemeanor: 12 Felony: 12)
- 108 Cases Written
- 153 Traffic Stops
- 60 Citations
- 4 Dui Arrests
- 7 Accidents
- 2 Accident - Criminal
- 3 FI's
Grand Theft, Identity Theft - 2500 block of South Whitney Boulevard
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's vehicle and stole her purse. The victim's credit cards were then used at numerous businesses in the area. The case is still under investigation. The theft occurred on 05/12/2014 between 1100-1739 hours.
Commercial Burglary - 1800 block Whitney Ranch Parkway
Unknown suspect(s) forced entry into a food shed at a park and stole numerous items. The burglary occurred sometime 05/09-05/13 between 1200-0800 hours.
Residential Burglary - 6200 block Brookside Circle
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's open garage and stole power tools. The theft occurred sometime between 05/03/2014-05/13/2014.
Commercial Burglary, Conspiracy To Commit Burglary - 5100 block Commons Drive
Unknown suspects entered the open business and stole numerous items. The case is still under investigation. The burglary occurred on 05/05/2014 at about 1233 hours.
Residential Burglary - 2200 block Quarry Way
Unknown suspect(s) forced entry into the victim's residence and stole electronics equipment. The burglary occurred on 05/13/2014 between 0750-1230 hours.
Vehicle Burglary, Identity Theft - 6600 block Lonetree Boulevard
Unknown suspect(s) broke a window to the victim's vehicle and stole her purse. The victim's credit cards were then used at several businesses in the area. The case is still under investigation. The burglary occurred on 05/15/2014 between 1430-1455 hours.
Vehicle Burglary - 4800 block Granite Drive
Unknown suspect(s) entered victim's locked vehicle, by unknown means stealing a backpack and laptop computer. The burglary occurred between 2000 hours on 05/14/14 and 0200 hours on 05/15/14.
Residential Burglary, Fraudulent Use Of Credit Card - 1600 block of Abilene Circle
Victim inadvertently left his garage door open for the evening leaving his vehicle unlocked with personnel items inside. Unknown suspect(s) entered the vehicle, removed the victim's wallet and keys before fleeing. Two of the victim's credit cards were used by the suspect's shortly after the burglary. This burglary occurred between 05/18/14 at 1800 hours and 05/19/14 at 0730 hours.
Petty Theft, Vehicle Tampering - Twin Creeks Lane
There were several reported instances of license plate tampering and thefts from vehicles between 05/18/14 and 05/19/14. Two victim's reported thefts from their vehicles and officers discovered several vehicles had their license plates switched with other cars in the neighborhood.
Petty Theft - 4500 block of Midas Avenue
Unknown suspect(s) entered victim's unlocked vehicle removing electronics and clothing articles. The theft occurred between 2200 hours on 05/18/14 and 0315 hours on 05/19/14.
Cruelty To Animals - 6100 block Woodside Drive
On 05/14/2014 at about 0849, officers responded to the 6100 block of Woodside Drive for a report of a subject that had just killed a dog. Officers arrived and located the suspect in the area. Through the investigation it was determined that the victim's dog had been beaten to death. The suspect was arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges.
Arrested: Cody McKie, 23 years old, from Rocklin
Possession Of Narcotic Controlled Substances, Possession Of Narcotics Paraphernalia, Burglary, Conspiracy To Commit Burglary, Warrant
On 05/15/2014 at about 2058 hours, officers made a traffic stop on a vehicle. While officers were on the stop, they were contacted by employees of a neighboring business. The employees advised the subjects in the car had possibly just stolen merchandise from the store. Officers located controlled substances, narcotics paraphernalia, and suspected stolen property during a search of the suspect vehicle. The two occupants of the vehicle were arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail. Arrested: Michael Lewis, 24, from Lincoln and Michael Urias, 23, from Carmichael
Burglary 5400 block of Crossings Drive
On 05/17/2014 at about 1729 hours, officers responded to a shoplifter in custody at Walmart. The suspect had entered the store and collected numerous items in his shopping cart before attempting to leave without paying for them. He was detained by loss prevention and ultimately booked in the Placer County Jail for burglary. Arrested: Troy Douglas, 21, from Auburn
Burglary 5400 block of Crossings Drive
On 05/17/2014 at about 2300 hours, officers responded to a shoplifter in custody at Walmart. The suspect was detained by loss prevention after passing the point of sale with items concealed upon his person. Once detained, officers learned the suspect had additional items stolen from Walmart within his vehicle from an unreported theft earlier in the day. He was booked at the Placer County Jail on burglary charges. Arrested: Ryan Jacoshenk, 23, from Loomis
Possession Of Methamphetamine, Possess Narcotic Paraphrenalia - 4300 block of Dominguez Drive
On 05/18/2014 at about 2154 hours, officers responded to a suspicious person walking in the area shining a flashlight in the direction of a security guard on post nearby. Officers located the subject and during the contact learned he was in possession of methamphetamine and narcotic paraphernalia. He was booked in the Placer County Jail. Arrested: Alan Berg, 34, from Rocklin
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