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Recent Police Activity Log, September 2017

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Police Activity Log, September 21, 2017

Beat 6 (west Roseville)
Woodcreek, threats: At 1:25 p.m. September 20, officers attempted to contact a man on Pine Hearst Court regarding him threatening someone. The man fought and struggled with officers, but was eventually taken into custody. The 61-year-old Roseville resident was arrested on suspicion of making criminal threats and resisting executive officers. (2017-62853)

Quail Glen, stolen vehicle:  Between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. September 14, a purple 1997 Honda Accord four-door was stolen from a parking lot in the 9000 block of Woodcreek Oaks Blvd. It was found three days later in Yuba County. This is another “Honda Hunter Special” car—one of the older sedans favored by car thieves because they’re quick and easy to steal with a shaved key or other car thief methods. A “Club” steering wheel lock or other highly visible auto theft device is a good deterrent. (2017-61481)

Quail Glen, garage burglary, car theft: Overnight September 17/18, someone went into a garage in the 8900 block of Kodiak Way that had been left open overnight. They smashed the window of one of the vehicles parked inside and took valuables, and stole the other car in the garage, a Toyota Rav4. Credit cards stolen from one of the cards were soon used in the Stockton area. CHP stopped the Rav4 in the Stockton area on September 19, and made an arrest. (2017-62237)

Westpark, reckless driving: At 1:40 a.m. September 16, officers responded to a report of a reckless driver in the area of Bob Doyle Drive and Market Street. An officer attempted to stop the car, a white Lexus, and the driver fled at a high rate of speed. Officers found the car off the road near Phillip Road and Westpark, and the driver was located coming out of the bushes off the west end of Blue Oaks Boulevard, wet and covered in thorns and debris. The 19-year-old Sacramento man was arrested on suspicion of reckless driving and evading an officer.  (2017-61818)

Fiddyment Farms, burglary: Between 5:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. September 11, a home on Ice House Court was burglarized while the residents were out. (2017-60588)

 

Police Activity Log, September 7, 2017

Beat 6 (west Roseville)
Woodcreek, vehicle theft: Overnight September 5/6, someone stole a light blue 1995 Honda Accord four-door sedan from 1098 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd. The car had an aftermarket black hood and spray-painted black wheels. (2017-59178)

Sun City, burglary: Between August 31 and September 1, someone broke a bedroom window and gained entry to a home on Pineneedle Court when no one was home. They ransacked the house and took jewelry. (2017-58051)

Quail Glen, vehicle theft: Between 10 p.m. September 5 and 6 a.m. September 6, a 1996 Honda Accord was stolen from the 8000 block of Painted Desert Drive. The stolen car is white with a black hood and black rims. If you see it around, give us a call. (2017-59298)

West Park, theft:  Overnight September 1 to September 2, someone cut the parking sensors and parking camera from the front bumper of a car parked on Harpford Court. (2017-58178)

West Park, drug arrest: At 8:55 a.m. September 2, officers stopped a car in the area of Nettleton Drive and Armington Drive and conducted a probation search, finding evidence of drug sales. The driver a 46-year-old Roseville man, was arrested on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine and cocaine for sale. (2017-58187)

West Park, grow houses shut down:  On September 5, officers from Roseville and a Placer County taskforce served a search warrant on two houses in a residential neighborhood and confirmed they were being used to grow commercial marijuana. Officers seized more than 1100 marijuana plants with an estimated street value of $1.17 million, and arrested three people. In early August, the Roseville Police Department received information about suspicious activity at two houses in the 2300 block of Kinsella Way. The windows of the garages were covered, and there were few signs of normal residential activity at the houses. An investigation led to the issuance of a search warrant. Detectives from the Placer County Special Investigation Unit and Roseville Police Department’s Crime Suppression Unit served the search warrant and found that both houses were being used almost entirely to grow marijuana, with sleeping quarters for the people tending the plants. Their investigation also established that the marijuana was not being grown for use in California under the Compassionate Care Act, but was being shipped for to the state of New York for illegal sales. Three people, a 65-year-old man, a 51-year-old man and a 61-year-old woman, all from Roseville, were arrested on suspicion of maintaining a place for drug use, cultivation of marijuana and conspiracy. This was a cooperative operation by the Placer County Special Investigation Unit (a taskforce comprised of officers from the California Department of Corrections, California Department of Justice, the Placer County Sheriff’s Office, Placer County Probation, the Roseville Police Department and the Rocklin Police Department), and Roseville Police Department’s Crime Suppression Unit.  (Placer SIU case # 17-233-15)

Fiddyment Farms, theft: Between September 1 and September 5, someone stole a trailer-mounted air compressor from a construction site near Crawford Parkway and Whaley Street. (2017-59050)

Fiddyment Farms, attempted burglary and prowling: At 9:22 a.m. September 6, officers responded to a home in the 8100 block of Phillip Road. The resident heard a noise and discovered a man cutting his window screen with a knife and opening the window to a bedroom. The would-be burglar was startled and ran away into the open fields surrounding the home. The resident fired shots into the air and called police. Numerous officers surrounded the area and searched the fields and creek areas for hours, but were unable to locate the suspect. Placer County Sheriff’s Office and a CHP air unit helped in the search.  At 6:24 p.m. that evening, a resident in the 4300 block of Brick Mason Circle came home and found a man standing in his backyard. He chased the man, who jumped over the back fence and ran away into the fields. Officers found the suspect with the help of CHP’s air unit. He didn’t comply with officers’ instructions, and was apprehended by a Roseville Police K9. Officers believe he was the same man involved in the earlier burglary attempt on Phillip Road.  The 22-year-old Redding man was arrested on suspicion of prowling and resisting/delaying officers. (2017-59219, 59347)

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