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Local Police News/Alerts - UPDATED

See something suspicious or not normal in your neighborhood? Call the Roseville Police at the non-emergency number 774-5000

Our neighborhood police officer (Josh Wheeler) has informed us that:

Dec 9th, 2011

Catalytic converter thefts continue to be a problem, thirty city wide in one month. Toyota's are the targets, apparently they are easy to remove and the vehicles are lifted for easy access.

Copper theft is a big problem they are hitting street lights, houses under construction, houses that are vacant, irrigation etc. Please pass on to all your neighbors anyone in parks after hours "night time" should be reported to the police. Anything unusual "after hour construction or unmarked vehicles working on lights" call the police. This is huge I have heard that it's costing the city hundreds of thousands of dollars.

I know there has also been complaints about speed (Hayden & Market St). I had a trailer put out on Market this week. I have also shot Lidar (speed gun) over a four day period on the streets that I have received complaints which are marked 35 MPH. I have not written one citation and have not recorded a speed above 40 MPH. I am asking weekend and night time officers to due the same to see if the speeding is occurring at a time when I am not at work.

Nov 18th, 2011

"There has been a series of catalytic converter thefts mainly hitting Toyota brand trucks. If the neighborhood could be made aware owners of Toyota trucks can act accordingly."

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