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Recent Police Activity Log, October 19, 2017

Beat 6 (west Roseville)
Sun City, burglary: Between 4 p.m. October 10 and 9 p.m. October 11, someone stole a set of golf clubs from a garage in the 7000 block of Cope Ridge Drive, most likely while the garage door was open. (2017-68579)

Quail Glen, robbery: At 5:45 p.m. October 12, a young teen was riding his bike on Halesworth Drive near Benstermere Way when a car pulled up next to him, and one of the passengers threatened him and demanded his Supreme brand book bag. The robbers took the bag with all its contents and left without further incident. The three suspects were described as black males in their early to mid 20s. Their car was a black older Honda four-door sedan with a white roof and possibly a white hood. The victim didn’t see any weapons. (2017-68657)

Quail Glen, purse-snatching, suspects arrested: Just before 6 p.m. October 17, officers responded to the Raley’s parking lot on Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard at Pleasant Grove Boulevard for a theft. A man grabbed an elderly woman’s purse from her shopping cart while she was unloading her groceries, then got into a waiting Jeep and fled the area. An off-duty Placer Sheriff’s deputy happened to be in the parking lot at the same time and saw the suspects leaving the lot. He immediately called 911 and followed the suspect’s car at a safe distance, updating dispatch with information about their location and direction of travel.  With his help and the assistance of a CHP helicopter, officers found and stopped the suspect’s Jeep on Douglas Boulevard near Keehner Avenue. Two men, ages 19 and 33 years old from Antelope, were arrested on suspicion of grand theft from a person, conspiracy and elder abuse. (2017-70009)

Junction West, prowler: Between 5:30 and 6 a.m. October 15, a resident of the 1800 block of Carneilian Drive heard someone running through the backyard. Nothing was reported missing. (2017-69312)

Fiddyment Farms, prowling/theft: Between 4 and 5:30 a.m. October 15, a man was seen on video surveillance prowling the area of Porch Swing Drive and Wheat Court, trying doors and going into at least one backyard to try the side garage door. Fortunately the doors were locked, and no entry was made. He stole tools from a pickup parked in the 4000 block of Porch Swing Drive, and rummaged through an unlocked pickup parked on Amberly Way. He appears to be a white male, 25-35 years old, 5’11” to 6’4” tall with an average build and short black hair. The residents discovered the prowling activity on their home surveillance systems later that morning, and called police. The department shared one of the home surveillance videos on social media, and it was also broadcast by news media. Detectives received tips and developed suspect information. On October 19, they drove to Auberry in northeast Fresno County and arrested a 27-year-old man on suspicion of attempted burglary. He was booked into the South Placer Jail. (2017-69317, 2017-69350, 2017-69357)

Fiddyment Farms, theft: At 4:35 a.m. October 18, officers responded to calls about a sedan cruising slowly around Wheelright Way. Officers stopped the suspicious car on Fiddyment Road at Pleasant Grove Boulevard, and found a number of Halloween decorations inside the car. An officer recognized one of the decorations—he had noticed it in a resident’s yard while patrolling the neighborhood earlier in the evening. A 22-year-old woman from Sacramento and a 26-year-old woman from Auburn were arrested on suspicion of theft, conspiracy and possession of methamphetamine. The officers will work to return the stolen decorations to victims during their next shift. (2017-70079)

Not sure which beat you live in? Check out this police beat map of Roseville: www.roseville.ca.us/civicax/filebank/blobdload.aspx?BlobID=21016

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