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Rocklin Crime Report Digest Update (7.2.14)




The Rocklin Police Department's weekly crime report digest for the period of June 23, 2014 - June 30, 2014. 

Rocklin Crime Report Summary

  • 975      Total Incidents
  • 341      Officer Initiated Activity
  • 634      Calls For Service
  • 25        Arrests (Misdemeanor: 15  Felony: 10)
  • 76        Cases Written
  • 140      Traffic Stops
  • 49        Citations
  • 5          Dui Arrests
  • 5          Accidents
  • 1          Accident - Criminal

 Crime Highlights

Attempted Vehicle Burglary
4800 block Granite Drive
Unknown suspect(s) cut the convertible top to the victim's car in an attempted burglary.  At this time, it does not appear that anything was taken.  The attempted burglary occurred on 06/25/2014 sometime between 1500-2400 hours.

Stolen / Recovered Vehicle
4800 block Pacific Street

Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim's car on 06/25/2014.  The victim's vehicle was recovered the following day at a nearby carwash.

Burglary / Conspiracy To Commit Burglary
5100 block Commons Drive
A possibly identified suspect and an accomplice entered the business and exited with a shopping cart full of merchandise.  This case is still under investigation.  The burglary occurred on 06/26/2014 between 1210-1308 hours.

Vehicle Burglary
4500 block Rocklin Road
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's locked vehicle and stole personal property.  The burglary occurred on 06/26/2014 sometime between 1100-1530 hours.

Burglary - Residential
5900 block Lindsay Court
Unknown suspect(s) entered residence through an open sliding door and removed two firearms.  Burglary occurred on sometime between 6-25-14 and 6-27-14.  Investigation continuing.

Burglary - Commercial
5100 block Commons Drive
On 6-26-14 at 1852 hours, two unknown females were seen leaving the business with a cartload of merchandise that was not paid for. 

Stolen Vehicle
6400 block Snowhaven Court
The victim reported his Honda Accord was stolen sometime overnight between 6-27-14 and 6-28-14.  The victim is in possession of his keys and was unable to provide any suspect information.

Vandalism
5600 block Onyx Drive

Victim reported unknown person/s spray painted a fence.  Occurred between 1700 hours on 6-27-14 and 1000 hours on 6-28-14.

Burglary, Residential
2200 block Apple Grey Lane
 The real estate agent for a listed house for sale, reported the theft of a stainless steel microwave that occurred sometime between 6-21-14 and 6-29-14.

Failure To Register Annually
3000 block Springview Meadows Drive    

On 06/24/2014 at about 1:00PM, detectives attempted to locate a registrant that had failed to annually register as required in the 3000 block of Springview Meadows Drive.  Patrol officers later located the subject in the nearby area.  The suspect was arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges. Arrested: Travis Holmes, 35, from Rocklin

Assault With A Deadly Weapon (Not A Firearm)
Park Drive / Stanford Ranch Road 
           
On 06/24/2014 at about 7:12PM, officers responded to the area of Park Drive and Stanford Ranch Road for a report of an object that had been thrown at a bicyclist from a passing vehicle.  The object struck the bicyclist, but he was not injured.  Officers made extensive checks for the suspects and their vehicle but were unable to locate them.

Burglary (Shoplift), Possess Fraudulent Check, Conspiracy To Commit Crimes
2300 Sunset Boulevard  
                 
On 06/26/2014 at about 1:54PM, officers responded to the 2300 block of Sunset Boulevard for a robbery in progress.  Through subsequent investigation it was determined that a burglary actually occurred.  The two suspects were identified and contacted near their residence.  The suspects were arrested and booked at the Placer County Jail on the listed charges. Arrested:  John Del Pozzo, 33, Transient and  Emma Towe, 18, from Rio Linda

Disorderly Conduct / Vandalism
4800 block 3rd Street   
                                
On 6-27-14 at 2341 hours, officers responded to a report of a male with a knife who was slashing tires.  Further investigation revealed the subject was angry with his girlfriend and was vandalizing her vehicle.  The subject was intoxicated and was booked into jail. Arrested: Tyrone Scritchfield, 43 from Citrus Heights

Under The Influence Of Controlled Substance / Possession Of Narcotic Paraphernalia
4200 block Pacific Street   
                         
Officers made contact with a subject sitting in her vehicle and noticed she displayed the objective symptoms of a person under the influence of a controlled substance.  The subject was ultimately placed under arrest and methamphetamine pipes were located incident to arrest. Arrested: Michelle Leonard, 32 from Rocklin

Burglary/ Conspriracy To Commit Crime
5400 block Crossings Drive
                         
On 6-28-14 at approximately 2144 hours, loss prevention personnel watched as three males entered the store and made the purchase of one bottle of alcohol.  Two of the males, then took the empty bag the original bottle was placed in and returned to the liquor aisle in order to select two more bottles of alcohol.  They concealed the bottles in the bag and  exited the store making no attempt to pay.  When contacted by loss prevention outside the store, one of the males ran to a waiting vehicle while the other was detained and ultimately placed under arrest. Arrested: John Lee Aaron, 18 from Sacramento





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