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This information is provided so you can have a timely snapshot of significant events in our community. It is my intention to list suspect apprehensions and crimes of interest (i.e., robberies, assaults, burglaries, homicides), traffic enforcement efforts, and conditions caused by natural events (flooding, road closures, etc.) You may share this information with your fellow community members. The crimes reported here are preliminary investigations, taken in the field by patrol officers, and may or may not be assigned to a Detective for further investigation.

In an emergency, always call the police before calling security services. Both will respond immediately, but the police can respond with more resources and authority than a security service can. (An emergency is a situation which poses an immediate risk to health, life, property or environment that requires immediate action to prevent a worsening of the situation.) If possible, call both police and security.

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PHONE NUMBERS YOU SHOULD HAVE IN YOUR CELL:
911 calls from your cell phone are routed through CHP before SacPD or fire. To avoid delays, program these into your cell phone:

EMERGENCY:
Sac PD 732-0100 when you are in town, continue to use 911 if you are on the highway
Sac Fire/Medical 228-3000
(911 from a land line still works, of course)

NON-EMERGENCY:
Sac PD 264-5471
Sac Fire/Medical 433-1300

PALADIN PRIVATE SECURITY:
(for the communities they serve) 331-3175
In an emergency, call police before security services. See note above regarding emergencies.

Even in non-emergency situations, be sure to report ALL suspicious activity to the police non-emergency number; the reports get logged in a database which is used by city leaders to determine police budgets and resource allocation. If the database shows no calls for service, then they assume there's no crime!

Remember to always let someone know you are home when they are knocking or ringing the door bell. Always look out for your neighborhood and call in ALL suspicious activity!

If you observe a crime in progress call 9-1-1.
If you have information regarding some of the above crimes please call Crime Alert at 443-HELP or 1-800-AA-CRIME. (You can remain anonymous)

GET CASH FOR QUALIFIED CRIME TIPS:
You can receive a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of a suspect or information that solves an unsolved crime. Check the wanted suspect list and submit tips at http://www.crimealert.org/ or call (916) 443-HELP(4357)

Captain Daniel Hahn
Sacramento Police Department
Patrol Division - North Command
3550 Marysville Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95838
(916) 566-6401
[email protected]

06/25/10

06/25/10

Home Invasions in Natomas
* I'm sure everyone remembers the home invasions two years ago in Natomas. There were several arrests regarding the crimes. One of the main suspects who was arrested on multiple crimes (including outside the City) was recently convicted and is looking at multiple life terms in prison. See below for the Bee article.

http://www.sacbee.com/2010/06/24/2844710/sacramento-man-convicted-of-16....

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06/24/10

06/24/10

(184373) 6/21/10 @ 6:35 pm, Northgate/Hwy 160, Robbery, Northgate/Gardenland: The victim was walking on the footbridge when he was approached by 7-8 male Hispanic subjects. They punched and kicked the victim and took his wallet. They never said anything to the victim. The victim was walking to his camp along the river. The main suspect was described as Male Hispanic adult, 18 yrs., 5'5" to 5'7".
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06/21/10

06/21/10

(181899) 6/19/10 @ 10:50 am, 3315 Northgate (Big Lots), Grand Theft, Northgate/Gardenland: The suspect came into the store and took a pool (which was in a box). He ran out of the store without paying and fled in a cream colored 2002 Chevy. The employees got a description of the car and a license plate. Officers followed up on the crime and located the car (unoccupied) at 200 Lindley. As they pulled up, they observed 3 people in the front yard and some of them were trying to open a box that contained the stolen pool.

06/18/10

06/18/10

(179987) 6/17/10 @ 3:41 pm, 4200 Northgate, Gun Arrest, Northgate/Gardenland: Officer Giy got behind a 4-door Grey Cadillac that was driving erratically. The car stopped at the entrance to the public storage (4200 Northgate) and the rear passenger jumped out of the car holding a grey colored object close to his body. He ran from the car past the Wendy's. Additional officers caught the suspect and he was holding a t-shirt in his hands. Officer Giy located a loaded handgun in the tall grass where the suspect ran near the public storage.

06/17/10

06/17/10

(132867) 5/5/10 @ 11:02 am, Glenda Ct, Burglary, S. Natomas, **UPDATE** On 5/5/10, the victim was mowing her back yard and had left the upstairs window open. The suspect climbed up on the roof and entered the house. He took the flat screen TV and fled from the house. A neighbor saw him leaving and yelled at the suspect, but he got away. The victim heard her dog barking and that is what alerted her to the crime. A Crime Scene Investigator, Lovitto, located evidence at the scene that enabled detectives to identify the suspect. A warrant was issued and he was located in Alameda yesterday.

06/14/10

06/14/10

(173057) 6/11/10 @ 11:15 am, 2051 Arena Blvd (T-Mobile), Armed Robbery, N. Natomas: The suspect entered the store and pointed a gun at the clerk. He demanded the money from the register and then demanded the money from the safe. He locked the employees in near the safe and left the store. Suspect: male black adult, 6'3", 190 lbs., 50+ yrs. old, grey golf shirt, blue baseball cap, black ski goggles, blue bandana over nose/mouth, blue jean jacket, tan gardening gloves and black boots. This is possibly related to two previous robberies in N. Natomas in the last couple of months.

06/10/10

06/10/10

(170922) 6/9/10 @ 3:20 pm, San Juan/Miramonte, Armed Robbery, S. Natomas: the victim was walking on San Juan toward the SaveMart. Two suspects approached the victim and asked if the victim wanted to buy marijuana - the victim declined. The victim went to the store and was on the way back when they saw the same two suspects sitting at the bus stop at San Juan/Miramonte. One suspect asked to use the victim's phone. The victim began to hand the suspect the cell phone, when the suspect pulled a gun from his waistband and took the phone.

06/08/10

06/08/10

(165496) 6/4/10 @ 4:03 pm, 3850 Truxel Rd (Chase Bank) **UPDATE/ARREST**: On 6/4/10 the suspect entered the bank, gave a note to the clerk and robbed the bank of money. Detectives and Crime Scene Investigators (CSI) were able to identify the suspect through evidence left at the scene. Today SWAT located the suspect in the South Area. He has ties to the North Area (baby's mother) and South area (Sister). He is also on parole for Home Invasion with other prior robbery arrests. Juan Rios 6/25/85 was arrested for the bank robbery.
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06/07/10

06/07/10

(166197) 6/5/10 @ 1:40 am, 2450 Northgate (7-11), Homicide, Northgate/Gardenland Officers responded to gunshots heard in the area. Officers located a 39 yr. victim who had been shot and was transported to the hospital - he later died from his injuries. The victim appears to have drove to this location with another subject and were approached by another person as the victim sat in the car. The victim and this subject had a conversation and then the suspect shot the victim. The suspect was described as Male Black adult, 30-40 yrs., 5'11" to 6'2", 180-210 lbs., wearing all dark clothing.

06/04/10

06/04/10

(142711) 5/14/10 @ 2:54 pm, 1589 W. El Camino (Check into Cash), Armed Robbery **UPDATE**: The suspect entered the store and robbed the clerk at gun point. On 6/1/10 a subject was arrested after we had been looking for him for several weeks. He was finally located in Roseville and arrested. He was arrested on a robbery charge, drug charge, parole violation and warrants for a pursuit in which he escaped police. Detectives conducted follow up on this robbery at Check into Cash and the same suspect was identified as the suspect in this robbery.

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