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If It Seems Too Good to be True, It Probably Is
Reference No. 20120203-013 Friday, February 03, 2012

The Sacramento Police Department is warning the public to be careful when it comes to purchasing vehicles advertised online.

Auto Theft detectives have seen an increase in citizens unknowingly purchasing stolen vehicles.

Here are a few preventive tips that can protect you from becoming a victim.
Do not purchase a vehicle without a title, bill of sale, or a release of liability.

Ask to see proper identification of the seller and make sure the picture matches.

Conduct your transactions during daylight hours and in a public place.

Have a friend accompany you.

Do your research before buying.

Most people know the fair market value of the vehicle they are purchasing. If the deal seems too good to be true, it probably is.

If you doubt the legitimacy of a transaction, you can call the Sacramento Police Department Dispatch Center at (916) 264-5471.

Latest Daily Activity Reports

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To review all Daily Activity Reports published by the Sacramento Police Department, please visit the Daily Activity Log at SacPD.org.

Call Number: 12-031575
Occurence Date/Time: 02/02/12 2304hrs
Offense:Traffic Stop
Location:W El Camino Ave / Stonecreek Dr
Service Area:1B

Narrative:Officers conducted a traffic stop, arresting the driver Ignacio Valencia, 20, for a parole violation.
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all Number: 12-031615
Occurence Date/Time: 02/02/12 2354hrs
Offense:Domestic Violence
Location:2600 block of Truxel Rd
Service Area:1B

Narrative:Police responded to a domestic violence call. The suspect was gone prior to their arrival. Officers later located suspect Nathan Amos 28-years-old, at a different location. He was arrested for domestic violence, terrorist threats, and a parole violation.

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