Rocklin Crime Report Digest (6.12.14)
Rocklin, CA -- The Rocklin Police Department's weekly crime report digest for the period June 3 to June 9, 2014.
- 880 Total Incidents
- 302 Officer Initiated Activity
- 578 Calls For Service
- 17 Arrests (Misdemeanor: 11, Felony: 6)
- 71 Cases Written
- 106 Traffic Stops
- 27 Citations
- 4 Dui Arrests
- 3 Accidents
- 1 Accident - Criminal
Petty Theft - 5600 block Bolton Way
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's unlocked vehicle and stole a wallet. The theft occurred sometime 06/02-06/03 between 2200-0730 hours.
Passing Counterfeit Money - 5600 block Pacific Street
A possibly known suspect used fake and fraudulent bills to make a purchase. The fraud occurred on 05/27/2014 at about 2130 hours.
Vehicle Theft / Stolen Vehicle - 200 block Ridgeview Circle
The victim's motorcycle was stolen from his apartment complex parking lot. The vehicle theft occurred sometime 06/03-06/04 between 1900-0630 hours.
Petty Theft - 5600 block Pacific Street
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's unlocked vehicle and stole a badge. The theft occurred on 06/02/2014 between 1615-1630 hours.
Vehicle Burglary - 5400 block Crossings Drive
Unknown suspect(s) broke into a tool box of a pickup truck at a construction site and stole numerous tools. The burglary occurred sometime 06/03-06/04 between 1700-0700 hours.
Petty Theft - 4000 block Alvis Court
Unknown suspect(s) scaled a fence and stole copper wire, air conditioning coils, and electric air conditioning motors. The theft occurred sometime on 06/05/2014 between 0030-0130 hours.
Commercial Burglary - 6700 block Five Star Boulevard
An unknown male suspect entered the business and stole about 115 cigarette lighters. The burglary occurred on 06/05/2014 at about 0810 hours.
Vandalism - 3400 block Cook Street
An unknown suspect shattered the windshield of a vehicle with a rock. Occurred between 6-5-14 at 1400 hours and 6-6-14 at 0925 hours.
Residential Burglary - 3500 block Willard Way
Unknown suspect entered a house through a sliding glass door and took electronics and personal property. Occurred on 6-6-14 between 0800 and 1805 hours.
Vehicle Burglary - 2600 block Sierra Meadows Drive
Unknown suspect used an unknown object to smash the front driver's side window of a vehicle and take personal property. Occurred on 6-7-14 between 1910 and 1950 hours.
Petty Theft From Vehicle - 2600 block Sierra Meadows Drove
Related to 14-158-5 - Same suspect is believed to be responsible for entering an unlocked vehicle and removing personal property. Occurred on 6-7-14 between 1915 and 1940 hours.
Possession Of Narcotic Controlled Substance, Possession Of Concentrated Cannabis, Possession Of Narcotic Paraphernalia
Rocklin Road / South Grove Street
On 06/03/2014 at about 2233 hours, officers made a traffic stop in the area of South Grove Street and Rocklin Road for an equipment violation. The driver and another occupant of the vehicle were found to be in possession of narcotic controlled substances, narcotics paraphernalia, concentrated cannabis, and marijuana. The two suspects were arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges.
Arrested: Bogdan Kalyuta, 21, from Antelope and Ivan Petechuk, 21, from North Highlands
DUI / Battery on a Person / Disorderly Conduct / Possession of Prescription Drugs
4400 Block Pebble Beach Drive
On 6-6-14 at 0637 hours, neighborhood residents called the police to report a suspicious vehicle that was occupied by two males who appeared to be sleeping with the engine turned on. When the reporting party attempted to check on the status of sleeping driver, he awoke and the car started in motion. The reporting party was able to grab the keys out of the ignition and the driver started to hit the reporting party - now victim - about the head. Officers arrived on scene and arrested two men on the following charges:
Timothy Pulley, 22 out of Rocklin and Kyle Langstrom, 21 out of Rocklin
Drunk in Public, Poss of Prescription Drugs, DUI, Battery on a person
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