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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]

05/13/10

05/13/10

(140898) 5/12/10 @ 8:18 pm, 4100 Northgate (Fry's), Theft/Arrest, Northgate: Two subjects entered the store. One took a camera from the shelf and put it on another shelf. The 2nd subject used a razor to cut open the package of a battery for the camera. The 2nd suspect put both items in his pocket and walked out of the store. Officers arrested both suspects before they left the location. Both suspects had razors in their pockets. Nikolay Nazarchuk 1/15/89 & Ruvim Gubenya 10/15/90 (both live on Jean) were both arrested for grand theft.
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05/11/10

05/11/10

(135594) 5/7/10 @ 5:30 pm, 4901 Kokomo (Kokomo Park), Robbery ***UPDATE***: The victim was walking near park when the suspect asked to use his phone. The suspect then walked off with the victim's phone and threatened to "knock him out" if he tried to get his phone back. On 5/10/10 the Burglary/Robbery team (Officers Morgan & Surjan) were able to identify the suspect with the assistance of SRO Martinez from Inderkum HS. Officers located the 17 year old suspect at Inderkum HS and were able to determine he gave the phone to a friend of his that same day.

05/10/10

05/10/10

(135594) 5/7/10 @ 5:30 pm, 4901 Kokomo (Kokomo Park), Robbery,Creekside/N. Natomas: The 15 yr. old victim was walking near Kokomo Park. A male white juvenile and male black juvenile approached the victim. the suspect (male black juvenile) asked the victim if he could use his cell phone - the victim agreed. The suspect made one call and then told the victim he was trying to buy some "weed". The suspect then walked off with the victim's phone. The victim walked after him and tried to get his phone back. The suspect told the victim he would knock him out if he tried to get his phone back.

05/07/10

05/07/10

(134803/134144) 5/4/10 @ 9:00 pm, 3310 Winterpark Dr. #320, Robbery/Car Jacking, S. Natomas: The victim met a woman on line. He went to meet her for the first time at 3310 Winterpark Dr. When he got there, there was also two male suspects there. One of them (nickname B-Side) pulled a gun on the victim and took his money, cell phone and car keys. They took his Red Honda Civic Hatchback (license # 5GYV237) and left the area. The victim didn't call the police and went back to the apartment the next day to demand his car back. The 2nd suspect then threatened hit the victim.

05/06/10

05/06/10

(132892) 3/26/10 @ 10:15 am, 1994 San Juan Rd (Woodbridge Apts), Armed Robbery, S. Natomas: The victim's waited until this week to make an online report of this robbery that happened at the end of March. The victims lost their dog and made up flyers to look for the dog. They approached a couple of people in the Savmart parking lot with the flyer in an attempt to find their dog. The next morning, one of the subjects they gave a flyer, called them stating his neighbor found the dog. They met this subject at the Woodbridge apartments in an attempt to get their dog back.

05/04/10

05/04/10

(130235) 5/2/10 @ 10:35 pm, 2425 Northgate (El Primo Pizza), Robbery, Northgate/Gardenland: two victims stated they were inside the restaurant eating pizza and drinking. They went to the bathroom and were assaulted from behind while using the urinal. One stated he was knocked unconscious and both said they were missing their keys when the left the bathroom. One of the victim's was also missing his wallet. Suspect: #1. male Hispanic 6'0", 250 lbs., black shirt and shorts. #2. Male black adult, 19-20 yrs., 6'2", 200 lbs., grey zip up jacket.
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05/03/10

05/03/10

(129519) 4/14/10 @ 6:30 pm, 2700 block of American, Home Invasion **UPDATE**: On 3/14/10 Two suspects forced open the back door to the residence where a 9 yr. old and 12 yr. old were inside. One suspect kicked the 9 yr. old in the stomach and one suspect went upstairs and took property from the residence. They fled after stealing property. Patrol and detectives conducted follow up and were able to identify two suspects. On 5/2/10 @ 9:31 am, Officers Jarvis, McGlinchey, and Rafiq went to 2562 Traction #10 to located one of the suspects who was also a parolee with a narcotic warrant.

04/30/10

04/30/10

(126817) 4/29/10 @ 9:41 pm, 2910 Mendel (Northgate Park), Armed Robbery, S. Natomas: The victim was walking along the sidewalk near the park. Two suspects were on bikes near the bathrooms. They rode up to the victim and one of them asked for a cigarette. He then pulled out a gun and asked for the victim's "stuff". They took the victim's IPod and fled on their bikes. Suspect #1. Male Hispanic adult, 19-20 yrs., 5'6", stocky, dark short hair, black hoodie riding a dark beach cruiser lowrider bicycle. #2.

04/29/10

04/29/10

(117113) 4/21/10 @ 5:15 am, 2244 Gateway Oaks (River Point Apts), Burglary *UPDATE***
Two subjects were arrested on 4/27/10 for a robbery that occurred at 2600 Gateway Oaks. They had been staying at the River Point Apts. and were arrested inside the complex. The Burglary/Robbery team (on 4/28/10) was checking on burglaries in the same area and noticed an Attempt burglary from the 21st had suspect descriptions that matched one of the robbery suspects. Officers contacted the burglary victim with a photo line up and the victim picked out the 16 yr. old suspect from the

04/27/10

04/27/10

(124001/96484) 4/27/10 @ 1:05 pm, 2600 Gateway Oaks Dr, Armed Robbery/Arrest, S. Natomas: The victim pulled into the parking lot in his car. The two suspects spoke with the victim and got into his car. One suspect pulled out a gun and the other suspect pulled out a knife. They robbed the victim of his wallet, cell phone and keys and fled on foot. Numerous officers responded (traffic officers, patrol and burglary/robbery team officers)and immediately started checking the apartment complexes and bike trail.

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