North Sacramento Weekly Crime Reports

The following information is taken from the weekly captain reports that are sent for Police Districts 1 and 2. This information is provided so you can have a timely snapshot of significant events in our community. It is our intention to list suspect apprehensions and crimes of interest (i.e., robberies, assaults, burglaries, homicides), traffic enforcement efforts, and other information that would be of interest to the community. 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. 

Please refer to the police code list for definitions of any abbreviations included in the following crime reports.

If you observe a crime in progress call 9-1-1. For non-emergency incidents, call (916) 808-5471.

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)

 

August 11, 2019

District 1

*School has started for Natomas Unified and we have already received multiple traffic complaints. As a result we will be taking enforcement action this week around several schools during student drop off and pick up times. Please remember to slow down in school zones!*

*UPDATE* Our POP Team was able to identify several juveniles and one adult responsible for multiple vehicle burglaries in the area. The adult was the mother of one of the juveniles who was driving her son and his friends around to commit these crimes. All were arrested and charged with multiple vehicle burglaries, possession of stolen property, and use of stolen credit cards.

*Our Impact Team has started several large transient clean ups in the area of Natomas Crossing / Truxel.

19-253247 / 927P / 14 Yerba Ct. / 1C / 1206 Hrs.:

Due to multiple community complaints, officers performed a probation search. The search located a Glock handgun that was not registered to the suspect, who is also a validated Oak Park gang member. He was arrested and booked into jail for multiple weapons violations. This incident will be given to POP to begin the Justice For Neighbors abatement process.

19-256280 / 211pc: 2400 block Minden Way / 1633hrs. / 1A

Officer Wollman and CSO Diamonte responded to a report regarding a robbery that had occurred two days ago at 2101 Club Center Drive.  The victim claims that he had tried to sell tobacco products to a couple subjects who ultimately beat him and took cash, a cell phone and Vape style cartridges.  Officers determined who one of the suspects was. Through diligent follow up they ultimately located and took him into custody.  Suspect advised that the victim had been selling marijuana products.  Suspect was ultimately taken to jail for robbery.  The victim sustained contusions on both eyes and scratches on his body.  Investigation on going to identify the other involved suspects.

19-257029 / burglary & felony assault / 3600 block El Dala Ln / 0259 hours (1A)

Officers responded to occupied residence regarding a report of a ringing alarm with a glass break.   The homeowner and his guest were asleep in the master bedroom of the second floor when the heard glass breaking and a voice yell “SAC PD.” The unknown suspect(s) advanced to the 2nd floor master bedroom, kicked/forced the door, and were startled by the residents. The suspect(s) immediately fled once they realized that the home was occupied.  Two shots were fired as they left on foot. Nothing appeared to be taken.  CSI arrived and processed the scene. Neighbors advised that the victim does seem to have a lot of foot traffic in and out of the home. 

District 2

19-247534 / 901A / Pasadena & Auburn Blvd / 1721 hrs / 2A

A horse got spooked & bucked the rider while out for a stroll in Del Paso Park.  The horse then ran across Auburn Blvd. into traffic.  An  mini-van couldn’t stop in time and struck the horse, killing him instantly.  The van sustained major damage.  Fortunately, the only human injury was a general complaint of pain to a 9 year old passenger in the van.  The owner of the horse took care of the clean-up.

19-247715 / 901A / 4100 block Pinell St / 1943 hrs / 2A

The rider of a stolen Honda CBR motorcycle lost control when a vehicle started to make a legal turn in front of him.  The rider hit the vehicle and went down.  The motorcycle & rider slid across the roadway into a parked car, thus lodging the motorcycle under the car.  The rider sustained, at minimum, a compound fracture to one of his legs.  Within a few minutes of the accident, a brown Chevy truck (CA 99685W1) stopped and picked up the rider and took off.  The rider was described as male, unknown race,  5’7″ tall  & wearing a black & white helmet with faded blue jeans.   

19-247834 – 200 block Morrison Ave – 211T – 2114 Hrs

Officers responded to the scene and contacted the victim at his car.  The victim advised that he was making a marijuana delivery to a customer when he was robbed of his possessions at gun point. Ofc. Boyer and Ofc. Thrall conducted relentless follow-up on the call and have likely identified one of the suspects. Investigation is ongoing.

19-247910 – 3600 block Cypress St – 992E – 2157 Hrs

Lincoln PD requested officers to check an address for a vehicle related to a Home Depot grand theft in Lincoln.  Officers conducted a records check of the residence and found that a Ruvim A Nedbalo (X-4605788) lived there and had a felony warrant for theft out of Santa Clara County.  Officers contacted Lincoln PD and confirmed that Nedbalo matched the descriptors and was most likely the suspect.

Officers arrived at the residence, observed the suspect vehicle in the driveway, and began contacting the residents.  While checking the residence, they observed Nedbalo drive up in another vehicle.  He was detained and taken into custody for his warrant.  Lincoln PD was advised.

Nedbalo was booked at SCMJ and Lincoln PD will follow-up on their case while he is in custody.

19-248542 / 245 / 715 Plaza Ave  / 2B / 1238

Officers responded to this location regarding a 245 with a knife. Multiple victims stated that the suspect had a knife and threatened to kill them. Upon arrival the suspect barricaded himself inside the residence. Several attempts to call the suspect out were unsuccessful. The decision was made to proceed with a SWAT call out. SSD SWAT ended up deploying gas into the apartment. The suspect was taken into custody safely and without injury. He was arrested and booked for numerous charges.

ARRESTED: Odis Collier 7-5-66  Xref 210736

19-250948 / 921P / Heritage Ln & Expo Blvd / 1432 / 2C

Officer D. Smith responded to a vehicle burglary in progress, as he arrived he observed two men hopping onto a couple of bicycles.  Both men were quickly detained, had stolen property on them and were positively identified as the suspects.   

Arrested: Eric Sandberg, DOB: 6/30/75, XREF: 2091946

Arrested: Donald Wright, DOB: 8/16/72, XREF: 1656961

19-252189 // Rio Linda Blvd/Harris Ave // TSTOP (Gun Arrest)

Gang Units were driving in the area of Rio Linda Blvd/Carmelita Ave when they observed a BMW driving away from the area.  Records checks on the plate showed that it was suspended out of Fresno.   They conducted an enforcement stop and contacted the three occupants inside.  Through the course of the contact officers learned that the driver had a suspended CDL and that he had a court ordered IID provision on his license.  Additionally, Officers observed evidence in plain view that established probable cause to search.  We conducted a tow inventory/PC search and located the following:

– Stolen loaded Smith and Wesson .40 handgun in the rear center console.

– Loaded unserialized short barrel .223 AR-15

– Ruger 10-22 rifle

– Hundreds of rounds of ammunition and high capacity magazines

The driver immediately claimed ownership of all of the firearms, stating that he had recently been shot and was carrying them for protection.   He was arrested for multiple firearms violations.

Arrested: Reginald Alexander X-4804314

July 26, 2019

District 1

Update on a call from last week:

*Suspect vehicle was located and one suspect has been identified so far. Additional arrests are pending*

19-227551 and 19-227566/ 245T / 3842 E. Commerce Way / 1A / 1320 Hrs.:

Officers were called to the above location after an employee at Golden State Water Co. was shot at with a pellet gun by 3-4 mbj subjects in a small black colored compact vehicle. The employee who was not hit, only his vehicle. While officers were checking the area for the suspect vehicle, another caller called in (19-227566) saying that he was also hit by pellets while he rode his bike. The caller describe the suspects as 3-4 mbj driving in a gray colored Kia Soul or Scion. This caller sustained a small grazing wound to his back and chest but declined any medical attention. Officers checked the area with negative results. A total of five calls were fielded regarding subjects driving around and shooting pellet/BB gun.

19-230064 / 952 / 5600 block Tres Piezas Dr / 1A

Mental Health Unit assisted patrol with a potentially armed and suicidal subject.  The subject had been texting the wife suicidal statements and the complainant received information that the subject may have armed himself.  The subject was detained safely and probable cause was established to search the subject’s vehicle.  Several illegal firearms were located.  The subject was subsequently arrested on a host of firearms related charges, including a 8100 WI firearms prohibition.

19-230940/ 921/ American and Wilson/ 1C/ 0149 hrs

Officers were patrolling the above area when they observed several subjects acting suspiciously near a vehicle. They fled when they saw the officers. A brief foot pursuit ensued and one of the subjects was detained. Officers spoke to a witness who pointed out a vehicle that had apparently been broken into, but the officers were unable to get in contact with the R/O.  The juvenile subject was cited and released to his parents for 148PC. Later the officers were able to speak with the owner who confirmed that her vehicle was in fact broken into.

19-231661 / Attpu / 3100 block Parody Way (1C) / 1850 hours

Officer Paez and Officer Dionne responded to the above location regarding a subject wanting to confess/turn himself in for 459’s.  Officers responded and the very cooperative subject admitted to 4-5 recent 459’s in the north Sacramento area.  The problem is the subject could not remember the exact dates/locations he 459’d and officers had a difficult time finding corresponding crime reports to match his statement.  Ofc Paez eventually drove the subject to an area believed to have been one of his victims in an effort to properly ID it.  The subject was able to ID the 925 and describe the 459 of it (RPT 19-224046).  The subject was even so nice to mention his accomplices during the 459’s.  A SUPP will be written regarding the original RPT (19-224046) and north NCU Sgt Hanson was advised over phone (email with further info to be sent to him by EOW) for any possible follow-up regarding the additional locations. Several arrests are expected.

19-232225/ 459/ 3700 Bayou Rd / 1A/ 0400

A security company monitoring new construction of the DR Horton subdivision, was viewing live surveillance video when they saw a dark Honda SUV suspiciously park in between two houses. A subject exited the vehicle and went into disappeared into the dark alleyway between houses. Officers arrived on scene and began to set up around the target house, unfortunately the wrong address was given by the comp. Sgt. Macauley was not to be deterred and located the car at the correct address a block or so away from the original call. A MHA and FHA were detained.  The male half admitted to entering the house to smoke some methamphetamine. Officers located a sizable amount of meth (approx. 1/2 oz) in the car. They also located burglary tools, an open door and it appears the refrigerator was in the process of being removed.  CSI was requested for possible prints.

ARRESTED: LEZAMA, Octavio x-3007173 for 11378, 1203.2, 466

(possible 459 charge pending prints) 

19-233261 / 4800 block Natomas Blvd #1221 / 5150 / 0736 hrs

Officers responded to the above address regarding a subject causing a disturbance within the complex.  The individual causing the commotion was diagnosed with bi-polar disorder and was in the midst of an episode.  His sister advised she would take him to be evaluated for a 5150 hold voluntarily.  A shotgun belonging to him was booked for safekeeping.

19-233582 / 2400 block Northgate Blvd / 927p / 1210 hrs

Officers responded to the above area for a welfare check on Shaquay White(X-2663347).  This is the same Shaquay White who has called 911 176 times since 3/30/19 and has been arrested once already for abuse of 911.  After receiving several more calls from her today she was arrested for 148.3 PC with a likelihood the crime would continue.

19-233420 / 2450 Northgate Blvd / SStop / 1004 hrs

Ofc. Gray contacted Justin Osborne (X-4128554) at the 7/11 on Northgate.  Ofc. Gray recognized him from a previous arrest in which he was in possession of a pound of methamphetamine.  A records check showed Osborne had a felony warrant and he was taken into custody without incident.

19-234157/ 459/ 2921 Advantage Way / 1A/ 2046 hrs

An athletic team visiting from Oklahoma and participating in a nearby tournament arrived in town and took their rental car to the above 925 where they parked in proximity to several different restaurants. A short time later, after getting their food they returned to their van and discovered that it had been forcibly entered. Suspect(s) broke out a window and entered the van, stealing numerous personal items from the various team members and adult chaperones. Some of the items are personalized and distinct.

19-234374 / 3301 Arena Blvd / 921’s / 0724 hrs

Officers responded to the above apartment complex after a report of 10 vehicles being broken into over the night.  Surveillance was obtained showing the suspects but CSO’s were unable to determine what the suspects looked like other than what they were wearing.  Only one of the 10 parties were on scene to file a report.  Info cards were left for the other victims to make reports. 

19-237025 / 459R / 1500 West El Camino #4 / 1B / 0740 Hrs.:

Comp called PD when he arrived to work and noticed that it had been burglarized. The business is a discount cigarette shop. The investigation showed that the suspect(s) climbed onto the roof of the business and turned the power off to the alarm/business. A hole in the roof was made allowing entry. Once inside, the suspect(s) stole lottery scratchers, an unknown amount of money from the till and cartons of cigarettes. CSI was called to process the scene. No interior video due to no power.

19-238156 / 459t / 4271 Truxel Rd / 1A / 0154hrs

SWS Wine & Liquor Store. Suspect(s) broke glass to the business. Because we were unable to get a hold of responsible, we were unable to determine what was taken. A board up crew arrived and secured the building. VM message, and a follow-up call for dayshift CSO was generated.

District 2

19-230673/245/600 block Plaza Ave/2134 hours: Officers responded to this location regarding a subject who had been stabbed. We located the victim at 840 El Camino who had three separate stab wounds. Officers assisted in managing the secondary scene, while patrol responded to the original scene and took the suspect into custody.

19-230505 / 415W / 3525 Norwood Ave / 1926 hrs / 2B

Animal Control Officer C. Jackson #385 responded out the the Robertson Center regarding a pitbull from a homeless that was located just to the north of the park/center that had bitten someone in the face and had been transported to the hospital. 311 advised SPD Comm Center that the pitbull’s owner (transient) was threatening the Animal Control Officer with a knife and that a large group has also gathered around threatening the Officer. SPD Officers arrived on scene and determined that the female victim of the dog bite was a volunteer working at the Summer Nights Event at the Robertson Center who went over to the homeless camp to provide some food. In doing so, the victim was attacked and bitten by a pitbull that was associated to one of the homeless camps. The owner of the pitbull was not willing to hand his dog over to Animal Control to be quarantined.  Officer Boyer utilized his CNT (Crisis Negotiator Trained) skills and was able to peacefully resolve the conflict and convinced the pitbull owner to hand over his dog to Animal Control. (Animal Control Report# A19-441515)  

19-230982 / 505 / Grand & Norwood / 0242 hrs / 2A

Officer Tsverov observed a white Ford Expedition traveling at a high rate of speed on Grand near May St.  Officer Tsverov caught up to the vehicle and initiated a vehicle stop.  The driver of the Ford, Christopher Stiles (09/02/69 X-3883541), decided to lead Officer Tsverov on a pursuit southbound on Norwood to Lindley to, to his house with a top speed reaching approximately 75 mph.  Stiles exited his vehicle and ran towards the door where Officer Tsverov caught him.  Stiles refused to give up without a fight.  The front door of the house was forced open during the struggle.  Additional officers arrived to assist with the arrest that occurred in a hallway within the house.  Stiles sustained a small contusion due to a face piercing coming out during his resistance.  Officers located a small bindle of rock cocaine on Stiles.  Stiles family was less than pleased to be woken up due to his antics.  Stiles was transported to Sutter General due to his complaint of unrelated medical issues..  Stiles will be booked on felony pursuit, 11350A HS & violation of probation related charges.    

19-231291 – 3100 block Palmer St #3 / 2B / 1147hrs

Officers responded to this 925 regarding a 245 in progress. Upon arrival officers learned the suspect had attempted to stab the victim with a knife and struck him over the head with a metal broom stick causing a 4 inch laceration. The suspect then barricaded himself in his apartment and would not comply with officers orders to exit. Officers conducted a surround and call out with negative results. A short while later officers entered the apartment and safely took the suspect into custody. During a search of the apartment officers located the knife and the broom stick as evidence. Great job by all officers involved. 

ARRESTED: Crawford, Donald 6-2-68 XRef 1410679

19-232680 664/215 / 3000 block Fairfield ST / 2B / 1550

Multiple officers responded to a report an attempted carjacking. The victim reported that he was possibly set up for the robbery by a female acquaintance. Two MBA’s both armed with Glock style firearms 242’d the victim and attempted to drive away in the car however they were unable to get the car started. Both suspects fled on foot and AIR1 was UTL. Vic sustained a small laceration to his hand and his cell phone was taken. The phone was not traceable. Officers are still looking for the female acquaintance and Twin Rivers advised they will potentially have video surveillance available tomorrow.

19-233702 245P / 3700 Taylor St / 2A / 1358 Hours

R/O’s responded to a report of a subject who had thrown a brick at a moving car. Suspect MORENO X-4010016 was quickly detained in the area and positively identified by the victim. The victim had a minor cut from the broken glass. The suspect was arrested, transported and booked for a variety of charges to include vandalism, a parole violation, etc. Sus Moreno was extremely combative and had to be placed in max restraints.

19-233862 901A / 1429 Auburn Bl / 2C / 1617 Hours

R/O’s were dispatched to a motorcycle vs a car 901. Motorcyclist (P2) was transported to UCD in critical condition. P1 was detained due to the smell of alcoholic beverage on her person (subsequent PAS 0.29). P1 stabilized at the hospital with a lacerated spleen and broken bones but remains in critical condition. GoPro footage from the MC’s helmet cam clearly showed him to be not at fault. CIU was consulted. Both vehicles were impounded and P1 was transported to jail for numerous charges related to DUI. CSI was requested in the event P2’s condition worsens.

19-234293 : 19-234301/ 480, 481, DUI/ Norwood and Morey/ 2A/ 2324 hrs

Victim was riding his bike SB on Norwood at Morey Ave when the suspect vehicle struck him knocking him off his bike. He sustained serious injuries to his head. The suspect continued driving SB on Norwood, striking a bike that a witness had jumped off and left in the street. Suspect dragged the bike several blocks before it dislodged. The suspect continued SB on Norwood eventually making a WB turn onto Lindley. He continued WB on Lindley driving serpentine, striking several parked cars on both sides of the street, before coming to an abrupt stop against a parked truck just west of Grove. Ofc. Masis and Ofc. Swaleh arrived quickly on scene and located the suspect in the gutter a short distance from his wrecked car. He was taken into custody. All Officers, CSOs, and CSI on the call did a great job containing the two large scenes, collecting evidence, and thoroughly investigating the incident.

ARRESTED:  FEAGIN, Tavario 06/08/90, 23153VC and 20001VC and 20002VC

19-234790 / 211T @ 3701 Willow St / 2A 1208 Hrs

Dist 2 units responded to this report of a MHA (S) who came into the dollar general already brandishing a knife. He went straight to the rack of pre-paid cell phones and ripped 3 out of the locking hanger as an LPO came towards him. He turned and brandished the knife in his right hand and then fled out the front door. Store security cams caught the entire act. An uninvolved citizen chased the (S) and confronted him causing the (S) to dump his goods; property recovered by the store. An area check was conducted with negative results. Off Taylor created an IB with stills of the (S) included. IB was ready to go for swings to view at RC. The (S) appears to be a MHA in his twenties, slim build wearing blue jeans and a black t-shirt with a big VOLCAM logo on the front of it. He had short black hair with some chin hair and a slim mustache. He was last seen running towards Grant HS.

19-234959 / Foot Pursuit / Taylor – Lindsay / 1422 hrs / 2A

Probation Officers attempted to make contact with a MWA (no want) who decided to take off on foot. Subject ran and jumped into the backyard of 645 Morey Ave. Subject then somehow got onto a rooftop and jumped from one house to the next where eventually he jumped to the ground breaking his ankle. Subject was immediately taken into custody and turned over to Probation Officers who were going to take the report and deal with the medical for subject.

Arrested: Aleksey Divakov, 3/28/81, Xref: 3383592      

19-235549 / 211t / 2400 block Del Paso Blvd / 2B / 2308hrs

This incident took place at Boxwood/El Camino. Victim and her friend were walking in the area of Boxwood/El Camino. Suspect approached them and pointed a black handgun at them and demanded their belongings. Victim advised that there was another suspect standing behind but she could not ID. Taken were two cell phones and two purses containing ID, credit cards, etc. Victim had already left the scene prior to officers’ arrival, and did not want to make a report in person. Victim stated that she can ID the suspect. Canvass was negative for cameras at this time.

Suspect #1: MBA, early 20’s, thin build, short blk hair with twisties, blk t-shirt, jean shorts. Holding blk handgun.

Suspect #2: Unknown

19-237820 / Northview Dr/Northfield Dr / 971 / 1929 hrs

Officers were in patrol in the area when they observed a subject known to them in a 971 with another subject. Both admitted to just smoking 928 (drugs) and having a small amount of additional 928 in the car.

A search of the car yielded 3 live 9mm rounds in the center storage area. Neither individual have any firearms registered to them.

A consent search of their apartment which was just in front of the stop yielded a Glock 17, (2) loaded 33 round magazines, and (1) ten round magazine. The Glock was registered to a deceased individual.

One subject admitted under Miranda to buying the gun “off the street” and shooting it multiple times with another subject.

He was arrested for multiple weapons charges.

July 19, 2019

Vehicle burglaries continue to plague our area. We have changed our Problem Oriented Police (POP) Team hours to better address this issue. We have also deployed officers on overtime for directed enforcement in these targeted areas. Additionally, we are working with car rental companies on future collaboration efforts to mitigate this issue through the use of technology.

With the above in mind, thieves continue to target this area because people continue to leave valuables in their vehicles. In several recent vehicle burglaries thieves have taken everything from firearms, to laptops, to iPads, and even one with several thousand dollars in cash. Although these typically occur in our retail centers, the most recent spike has occurred in our neighborhoods. We have had several instances where groups of individuals, described as juveniles on bicycles, have targeted neighborhoods and apartments during the night. We have had reports of 8-10 vehicles being broken into at a time. We will continue to do what we can, but please, please, remind your neighbors and friends to NOT leave valuables in their cars. If it is possible for you, please park off of the street, in your driveway, or ideally in your garage. Again, we will continue to use all the resources and technology we can to keep our communities safe and it would help us tremendously if we can work together to minimize easy opportunities for criminals. Please see the below link to further research your area:

https://arcg.is/18T0S1

This information is provided so you can have a timely snapshot of significant events in our community. It is our intention to list suspect apprehensions and crimes of interest (i.e., robberies, assaults, burglaries, homicides), traffic enforcement efforts, and other information that would be of interest to the community.  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.

 District 1

 19-207320 / 211PC / 2000 block of Arena Blvd (T-Mobile) / 1A  

19-207333 / 211 PC / 2300 block of Norwood (Metro PCS) / 2A

Suspects entered the Metro PCS store on Arena and committed a takeover robbery. Approximately 15 minutes later the same described suspects entered the Metro PCS store on Norwood and committed another take over robbery. The following morning officers and detectives converged on the suspect’s location. With the assistance of SWAT a two location search warrant was served and two suspects were arrested. The investigation continues as detectives work to tie these individuals to other crimes in the region. More arrests are expected.

*UPDATE*

Our Neighborhood Crimes Unit (NCU) Detectives worked extremely hard on this case and so far they have arrested four individuals and have tied them to no fewer than seven robberies in Natomas and North Sacramento. This is an ongoing investigation and more arrests are expected!

 19-214114 / ATTPU @ 2400 Block of Arena Blvd. / 1515 hrs. / 1A

Units responded to the area on an ATTPU for a parolee wanted on DV and weapons charges from Distrct 5 (19-214028). The suspect was tracked to this area, to his grandma’a apartment. A good perimeter was established and phone contact made. After confirming with the target that we were looking at the same front door, he opted to surrender peacefully.

ARRESTED: Ricky Taylor

 19-214701/ 245/ 3561 Truxel Rd/ 1A/ 0005 hrs

A group of unruly teenagers  causing multiple 415s in the theater (Regal Cinema), started an argument with the victim and his date while watching a movie. The argument continued out into the lobby and outside. 6-8 of the teens surrounded the victim and began to approach him threatening physical violence. The victim pulled out a pocket knife to defend himself and the group of teens began to throw and hit him with metal chairs before running off in various directions. The victim sustained minor lacerations and contusions.

SUSPECTS: 6-8 MBJs/MHJs 15-16 years old. 

 19-214893 / 933R / 3860 Truxel Rd / 0602 hrs / 1A

Officers responded to a ringer at the Yue Huang Dim Sum restaurant and determined that a good 459 had occurred. After watching surveillance footage, a subject appeared in the front of the business and then went to the rear where he used what appeared to be a crowbar attempting to force entry to the door. After failing with the rear door attempt, suspect then smashed the rear window and gained entry. Once inside, suspect attempted to open the wine case shattering the glass. Suspect then took two (2) bottles of wine, then attempted to take the cash register. Realizing that he couldn’t carry both bottles of wine and the register, suspect left one of the bottles of wine behind kindly leaving his prints on the bottle, and departed with the cash register and one (1) bottle of wine. Owners stated that based upon sales receipts from the day prior and starting deposit, that a total of $2380 was taken and estimated the damage at $2500.

SUSPECT: MAA, 40’s, dark blue hoodie, dark pants, flip flops, and wore a light blue bandana/scarf around his neck. 

 19-217149/ 921/ 1679 Scarlet Ash/ 1A/ 0257 hrs

Officers responded to a vehicle burglary interrupted by a citizen. Two suspects (MWA, FWA) were in the process of removing items from the victim’s truck and putting them into their parked vehicle. When confronted, the suspects fled SB on Juneberry. Officers arrived on scene and while looking for the suspects, located a guy who was not related to the car clout. Even luckier for him for he got the opportunity to clear up the Felony warrant that was weighing him down. Suspects are outstanding, but left enough evidence that we should be able to identify them.

 19-218120 / Pursuit @ Arena & I-5 / 2125 hrs. / 1A

Units were staged in the area of I-5 in anticipation of a District 4 pursuit heading N/B. The District 4 pursuit was terminated N/B on the freeway. While near the freeway, Ofc. Hewitt and Ofc. Wollman located the involved BMW, as it was exiting the freeway. Units initiated a pursuit, which traveled N/B Natomas Blvd. until units lost sight of the vehicle. The BMW was later located unoccupied near on Dalhart Way. Intel was developed that the suspect had fled back to District 4 in another vehicle. The South Get team (primary in the investigation) located the suspect on Gloria Drive where he was taken into custody without incident.

ARRESTED: Justin Kanae

 19-219074: 211pc: 4650 Natomas Blvd: 1501hrs.

1A:

Related to cad call 19-218956

Officers responded to 4650 Natomas Blvd., regarding a robbery that had just occurred.  Per the comp, a juvenile had just been 211’d for his bike.  Officers were UTL the victim or suspects.  About 90 minutes later, the victim’s mother called SPD to report the robbery.  Per the text of the calls, the victim was approached by two males.  One punched the victim, then both stole the victim’s bike.  Both suspects go to Inderkum H.S. with the victim but the victim does not know their names. Suspect identification is pending…

Suspect #1: MHJ or MIJ, 14-15 years old, black shirt, red/blk polka dot pants

Suspect #2: MHJ or MIJ, 14-15 years old, unknown clothing

19-219822 / 459P / 1400 block of Pebblewood Dr. / 1C / 1007 Hrs.:

PD received a call from an alarm company after they received an activation at a residence and could see a mwa exiting via camera. Officers checked the area with negative results. Per a neighbors camera, the suspect appears to be a taller thin mwa, wearing a light purple colored long-sleeve button up shirt over a gray colored t-shirt, with bushy light colored hair. Per the alarm company, the suspect was wearing a gray colored shirt, but was also wearing a ski mask and gloves inside. The suspect left behind a screwdriver and hammer which were collected for prints/dna. It is unknown at this time what was taken, but per the resident who was en route, there were no firearms.

 19-219976 / 459T / 1100 block of Edmonton Dr. / 1C / 1237 Hrs.:

Ofc. Davis (1B19) was just down the street on a vehicle stop when he was hailed by a home owner who discovered that her residence had just been broken into. The 459 was said to have occurred between 1100-1200 hrs. today. The entire house was ransacked with multiple items taken. Per the resident there were no fire arms inside. Per a witness across the street, the suspects were a tall mba wearing a red/black colored backpack and two mwa. All were last seen walking N/B on Bridgeford. No cameras found in the area.

 19-220754/ 971/ 2810 Gateway Oaks Dr./ 2325 hours/ 1B

Officers McDonald and Bowman were working as a TAC unit in the area of Gateway Oaks Dr/ Weald way regarding car burglaries in the area. Officers observed a vehicle in the Extended Stay parking lot, when the vehicle observed officers approaching the parking lot the vehicle quickly turned around and parked. The driver of the vehicle exited the car quickly and was detained. A records check of the vehicle revealed that it was a stolen vehicle. Officers located a 40 caliber Springfield Armory XD semi-automatic lying on the ground in front of the vehicle where the driver had exited towards. The two other occupants of the vehicle were detained. Inside the vehicle officers located 40 grams of Methamphetamines and 15 grams of Heroin on the front passenger floorboard area.

Arrested:

Perez, Rene for 10851 CVC, 29800 CVC

Herrera, Osualdo for 11377 HS

 19-220845/ 212.5 pc/  Morell Ct/ 0128 hours/ 1C

Two Suspects kicked in the front door of an occupied residence and took a large sum of cash. We believe this to be an isolated incident and investigation is ongoing.

 19-221552: 459auto- gun stolen- 3521 N. Freeway Blvd. 1601hrs.

1A:

Officer Brown contacted a male in the parking lot during another call for service.  This subject advised his car had been broken into and a firearm and ipad were stolen.  He was in a hurry, initially not very cooperative and was apparently in a huge hurry to leave.  He did not provide much information, but Officer Brown was able to identify the serial number of the firearm that was stolen.  He took a 459 auto report based on the window smash burglary, even though there was not much information to work with based on the victim’s demeanor.  A canvass for video yielded negative results.

 19-222414 / 927P / Town Center Dr. and Del Paso Rd. / 1A / 1043 Hrs.:

Comp called PD on 5/13 to report a subject on a scooter using his phone to take pictures up her dress. A 647(J)(1) report was taken (19-149559) and an IB released with the suspects picture. Today, the victim called PD when she spotted the suspect at Marshalls. The victim and her husband followed the suspect until they lost him near E. Commerce Dr. and Del Paso Rd. Units checked the area and found the suspect nearby. The victim showed up and positively ID the suspect. The suspect was shown the IB and confirmed that it was he in the picture. On a consent search the suspect showed officers the pictures/videos on his phone. The suspect has numerous pictures / videos of women’s back sides taken over several months but none of our victim. His phone was booked as evidence and a supp written to the original report. Detectives are conducting follow up.

 19-223363/ SSTOP/ Gateway Oaks and Oak Harbor/ 1B/ 0104 hrs

Ofc. Flure was working as TAC15 in an area with a high volume of vehicle burglaries. She observed a subject riding his bike after dark with no light. While contacting the subject she determined he was on F/S Probation for 11378HS.  A search of the subject turned up a sizable chunk of methamphetamine. He was arrested for 11377 and a probation violation.

ARRESTED: MAYFIELD, Michael 05/14/71

19-223397/ 971/ River Plaza and Oak Harbor/ 1B/ 0144 hrs

Ofc. Paez and Williams were working directed enforcement in an area with a high volume of 921 incidents. They observed a subject lurking around a parked RV with a pushed in window. The subject went around the vehicle and entered into the side door. Ofcs. made contact at the door and determined the subject had probation status. He initially stated that he stays in the motor home. A female was located inside and both subjects were detained. A probation search of the location turned up several interesting items. Officers found several items of identification and paperwork belonging to other people. Attempts were made to locate possible victims of theft to no avail. Some items were linked to a burglary from  March. Some guns, gun parts, and ammo were also located.  Records checks were negative. The owner of the trailer was located and showed up on scene. He denied knowledge of the stolen items and the firearms. He stated he allows the female to stay in the trailer and moves it from time to time and he wasn’t sure who else she allows to stay or visit. Due to the transient nature of the occupants of this vehicle, the weapons were seized for destruction and the ID and paperwork booked as found property.  Everyone was identified and possible warrants are pending.

 19-225730/ 273.5/ 2400 block of Judith Resnik Ave/ 1A/ 0345

Officers responded to a CHP transfer of a 952, the female comp said she was being choked by her BF. A loud 415 was heard before the phone disconnected. Officers attempted contact by loud knocks on doors and windows. No responses came from inside the house. Based on the possibility of the victim still being inside the house we forced entry. The female immediately made herself known and was observed to have visible injuries. She was brought outside and statement was obtained. The male half was thought to still be inside upstairs so a perimeter was held and a contact team was set up as we held the bottom floor. K9 responded and assisted in taking the suspect into custody.

 19-227551 and 19-227566/ 245T / 3842 E. Commerce Way / 1A / 1320 Hrs.:

Officers were called to the above location after an employee at Golden State Water Co. was shot at with a pellet gun by 3-4 mbj subjects in a small black colored compact vehicle. The employee who was not hit, only his vehicle. While officers were checking the area for the suspect vehicle, another caller called in (19-227566) saying that he was also hit by pellets while he rode his bike. The caller describe the suspects as 3-4 mbj driving in a gray colored Kia Soul or Scion. This caller sustained a small grazing wound to his back and chest but declined any medical attention. Officers checked the area with negative results. A total of five calls were fielded regarding subjects driving around and shooting pellet/BB gun.

 19-228401 / 246R / 4800 block of Kokomo Dr. #5122 / 1A / 0559 Hrs.:

Victim lives in a second story apartment. When he awoke, he saw that a bullet had been shot from the apartment underneath his. This bullet went through his floor and into their ceiling. The bullet passed between he and his wifes bed, and their young childs bed all of which were sleeping. Victim believes this occurred at approx. 0300 hours as he remembers hearing it, but there we no callers nor 927S calls in the area.

After talking to the victim and seeing the hole, officers performed a welfare check of the downstairs apartment, #5112. The only male resident was found sleeping and detained without incident. When asked, the resident admitted to firing off one round, and said that it was because he thought someone was trying to get into his apartment last night, although he couldn’t explain why he didn’t call the Police before or after the shot. The resident consented to a search of his apartment. During this search, officers located a total of 13 rifles and 7 handguns, all of which were unsecured and scattered around the apartment. Also located were over 4000 live rounds of different calibers. CSI was called for photos.

One of the rifles was a legally purchased AR-15, but since being purchased the resident modified the weapon making it an illegally possessed assault rifle. The resident admitted he knew that the upstairs apartment was lived in and made no effort to see if they were okay, as well as knowing the rifle was not in compliance. Per the evidence, it appears that the resident may have attempted to shoot himself in the head as the single bullet was aimed upward, but couldn’t go through wi h it. When asked, the resident denied the attempt suicide. The resident was booked for 246 PC and 30605 PC and booked into jail. All of his firearms and ammunition were taken and booked for safekeeping. Officers did an outstanding job.

District 2

 19-221376 / 505 Pursuit / Lindsay Ave-Norwood Ave /2A / 1326hrs

Officer Jarvis was driving (tac gear/unmarked) SB Norwood Ave when he on viewed a 505 driving at a high rate of speed and swerving in and out of traffic. Because of the reckless manner in which the driver was traveling, Officer Jarvis attempted to conduct a traffic stop. The driver immediately initiated a pursuit at high speeds through several residential streets. After a short while, the driver turned down a dead end street where officers conducted a felony stop. The driver was actin erratically and was not complying with officer’s commands. While officers were waiting for more units to arrive, the driver exited his vehicle and began to walk away. Officers ended up taking the driver to the ground. One officer received small abrasions to his fingers, elbow, and knee. Based on the officer’s injuries, the suspect was taken into custody and booked for 69 PC as well as the pursuit.

Arrested: SUBHI ABDELAZIZ SHEHADEH

 19-221710 / AU – 503 / 1689 Arden Wy / 1803 hrs / 2C

An all units broadcast  came out that SSD had a stolen vehicle that hit a POD camera in the area. STAR picked up the vehicle which had driven to the 2nd story parking garage by the JC Penny’s and observed 4 subjects exit the vehicle. Our units initially responded and detained all the parties before handing it over to SSD. Good job to our units who were able to quickly respond before all parties were able to abandon the vehicle. *The More shopping centers invest in this technology , the more we can deter criminals and crime from entering our area.*

 19-221903 – 3271 Marysville Blvd – Shotspotter/*Homicide* – 2113 Hrs

Officers at the Kinney Station heard seven gunshots south of the station.  As they responded to check the area, a Shotspotter activation of 7 rounds came in at Hagginwood Park.

Officers arrived on scene and located a victim laying in the grass just north of the Community Center.  Officers immediately started CPR on Woods.  SFD arrived on scene and declared Woods, deceased at the scene.

SSD Air Unit arrived on scene and advised that there were large crowds on both sides of the park and a soccer game going on.  Additional officers responded and began setting up a perimeter around the park and contacting almost a hundred subjects in the park. 

NGET and NGETSS responded.  The Homicide Unit was called out.

Officers remained on scene while it was processed and conducted additional neighborhood canvases along the west side of the park. 

Early on during the call, multiple disturbances and fights broke out at the Quickstop across the street as neighborhood residents found out about the incident.  Officers responded and broke up the fights.

Officers have cleared the scene and the Homicide Unit is currently still investigating.

 19-224713 / 211T @ 3560 Del Paso Blvd / 2C 1015 Hrs

D2 officers responded to the Haggin Oaks Market re a 211 with a weapon. Upon arrival officers learned that a regular local (S) who chronically 484’s items from the little neighborhood store had committed the crime. (S) Nathaniel Calloway MBA55 had come in earlier and stolen a single item. When observed by owner/vict the (V) chased the (S) out of the store with a hammer. The (S) returned a short time later with a wood chisel and brandished the (V) in the store. This time the (S) stole a single swisher style cigarette and left. Officers located the stealthy (S) who lived right across the street from the store. He was arrested without issue and booked at jail for a 211.

Arrested; (S) Nathaniel Calloway 2/16/63, 211 PC

 19-226915 / Shotspotter / 2800 block of Del Paso Blvd / 2B / 2224hrs

Subject was at his gf’s house when he observed a black Dodge Journey traveling by at a slow speed. Subject jumped in his car and followed the black vehicle. At some point, his vehicle was shot at multiple times. One of the rounds struck the windshield above the rear view mirror. While R/O’s contacted the subject, his story changed several times, and he was 927 on giving specific details. During a consent search of subject’s vehicle, officers located a Beretta .380 on the floorboard of the rear passenger side. During a follow-up of the investigation, R/O’s were able to figure out where the gf lived, but she was not cooperative with R/O’s entering the residence based on a 927s call from the night before.

Arrested: subject arrested for concealed loaded unregistered firearm in a vehicle.

 19-207566// Wyda/Ethan // 211 PC Arrest

We were asked to assist with locating Ricky Cooks who was a suspect in multiple 484/211’s from retail businesses in the Arden corridor.  We responded to his address of record and obtained information regarding his whereabouts.  A short time later, with the keen eye of Officer Jensen, we located Cooks walking in the area of Wyda/Ethan.  Cooks was detained and heroin and paraphernalia were located on his person.

We were able to determine Cooks’s address and conducted a probation search, locating numerous items of stolen property which were seized.  Cooks was interviewed at Kinney by NCU detectives and charged with multiple robberies and thefts. Great arrest!

July 5, 2019

District 1 

On 6/19 officers from the North Marijuana Compliance Team (NMCT) served a search warrant in the 2500 block of Autumn Meadow Avenue where they located a residence that was fully converted to a marijuana grow house. They seized just under 600 plants and an admin penalty was issued of $500 per plant.  

19-207320 / 211PC / 2000 block of Arena Blvd (T-Mobile) / 1A  

19-207333 / 211 PC / 2300 block of Norwood (Metro PCS) / 2A

Suspects entered the Metro PCS store on Arena and committed a take over robbery. Approximately 15 minutes later the same described suspects entered the Metro PCS store on Norwood and committed another take over robbery. The following morning officers and detectives converged on the suspect’s location. With the assistance of SWAT a two location search warrant was served and two suspects were arrested. The investigation continues as detectives work to tie these individuals to other crimes in the region. More arrests are expected. 

19-200411 / 921 / Multiple locations / 0430hrs / 1A

Multiple cars were broken into in the areas of Beechcraft St., John W. Young St. and Judith Resnik Ave. Suspects were described as 2-3 juveniles in black clothing on bicycles.

19-205316 / 459 / 5151 Banfield Dr. Heron Elementary School / 1828hrs / 1A

Units responded for a neighbor who observed a broken window at the office with blinds hanging outside window frame. Units arrived and determined the suspect(s) broke the window and removed a computer from outside. A search of the school and associated canvas was negative.

19-205855 / 921 / West River Dr. / 0409hrs / 1B

2 subjects were observed smashing car windows in the complex. At least 9 cars were vandalized/burglarized. One suspect was described a MBA (Male Black Adult) wearing a black hoodie and backpack.

19-209114 // 971 GUN ARREST // 2590 Millcreek Dr // 2147 Hrs

Officers observed a 971 with two subjects sitting in it parked along the east curb line of Millcreek Dr just south of W El Camino Ave. Officers contacted the subjects inside of the vehicle who were both juveniles. There was a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle and plastic bags in plain view with marijuana inside of them. As officers began to remove the occupants of the vehicle to conduct a search when a handgun was observed in the driver’s side door of the vehicle. The firearm was a H&K VP9 with a 30 round magazine inserted into it. Both subjects were detained without incident and a subsequent search of the vehicle yielded an additional high capacity magazine along with a half-pound of marijuana, scales, baggies, and a large sum of cash. The driver of the vehicle took ownership of the firearm and was booked into juvenile hall for weapons charges and marijuana sales. The passenger of the vehicle was cited and released for marijuana sales.

19-209876// Gun Arrest// 3270 Northgate Blvd

Officers observed a silver Mustang traveling southbound on Northgate Blvd. Upon seeing officers, the Mustang made a sudden left hand turn into a nearby shopping center in violation of several vehicle codes and officers performed a traffic stop. Due to smelling/seeing marijuana in the vehicle, Officer Jensen told the driver to exit the vehicle. After initially refusing, the driver decided he would be truthful and advised officers that his loaded Glock 23 was in the backseat. A subsequent search yielded a loaded Glock 23 handgun with ten live rounds in the attached magazine within reach/lunge/grab. He was cited and released. The gun was seized for evidence.

Arrested: Vernon Harris

19-212450 / 459 / 2555 Venture Oaks Way / 1B / 0419hrs

Two suspects entered the Springhill Suites Hotel on the south side of the building. They used a crowbar to force entry on two locked glass doors. One of the suspects ties a chain/rope on the ATM that’s bolted to the ground as the other goes back to a vehicle parked just outside the exterior glass door. After tying the rope, suspect exits the building (out of camera view), and seconds later vehicle takes off with ATM in tow. There is significant damage to both doors of the business.

*Officers located the ATM machine a couple hours later in a stolen vehicle. The suspects were unable to make entry. This investigation is ongoing.

District 2

19-193994 / Homicide of Ofc. Tara O’Sullivan / 200 Block of Redwood Ave

Officers responded to this residence to assist a woman gather her belongings after a DV (Domestic Violence) incident earlier in the day. While on scene officers came under fire and Ofc. O’Sullivan was killed. Officers exchanged gunfire with the heavily armed suspect for approximately four hours. Eventually the suspect was taken into custody. He is currently charged for the murder of Ofc. O’Sullivan and the attempted murder of another officer. More charges are expected.

19-200340 / 1000 block of Dixieanne Ave  / 273.5r / 0036 hrs

Ofc.’s Davis and Kraintz responded to the above location regarding a domestic violence report call.  Upon arrival they determined the suspect was Douglas Daniels and he had a good want for 459, 273.6, 273.5 and 1203.2.  Additionally, Officers learned Daniels was listed as a suspect in a home invasion that occurred on 6/8/19.  Information was obtained that Daniels was in possession of at least 1 handgun.  SWAT was contacted to assist with an ATTPU of Daniels at his residence.  NCU Detective Mcmillan responded out to conduct surveillance on the residence. SWAT and patrol units converged on the residence and called Daniels out.  He was taken into custody without incident.  Officers conducted a search of the residence and located a loaded, stolen, .357 revolver in the undercarriage of Daniels vehicle.  Daniels was booked for 273.5, 273.6, 459, 1203.2, possession of a stolen firearm, and being a felon in possession of a firearm.  Good work by Ofc. Davis, on his shadow week, and Ofc. Kraintz.  The assistance from the SWAT team and K9 Ofc. Azevedo was very much welcomed as well.  Great teamwork by all involved!

19-204170 / Warrant Arrest / El Camino – Darwin / 2C

North GET officers responded to assist on a DV call and found the female half (who was GOA-Gone On Arrival) to have a felony warrant for a 211 Case. Det Houston had recently sent out a SNOW (Special Notice of Warrant) noting there was a second subject in this case needing to be ID’d. Officers tracked down the female and recognized the person with her to be the other suspect in the case. Det Houston happened to be in the office burning the midnight oil and advised officers he’d interview them at the station. They were both eventually arrested for the robbery!

19-205154 – Silver Eagle Rd / Norwood Ave – POD – 1554 Hrs

A POD hit on a black Ford Escape (CA 5EGX411).  The vehicle was  travelling Southbound Norwood at Silver Eagle.  The vehicle had been entered by SSD as the suspect vehicle on a 212.5 (home invasion) in the county.  The male subject was possibly armed with a handgun.

SPD AIR1 located the vehicle travelling westbound on Fairbanks Ave.  Air maintained a visual of the vehicle until it parked in front of a house on Western Ave.  The Air unit observed a FWA and a MBA matching the suspect description, exit the vehicle and enter the south side of the duplex.  K91and K913  arrived on scene, set up in front of the residence, and observed two females inside the residence.  Additional officers arrived on scene to assist.  SSD deputies also responded to assist.

The residents were called out of the residence and detained.  The FWA and MBA observed by the Air unit were detained without incident. 

SSD deputies took over the detained subjects and the residence for a search. SSD remained on scene to complete their investigation.

19-212523 / 459 / 3550 Marysville Blvd.- Kinney Police Station / 2B / 0721 Hrs.

While working out in the back of Kinney, Det. Stambaugh was hailed by a witness who was watching a male attempting to get into the front door of Kinney by way of picking the door lock. Det. Stambaugh, and Ofc. Stone from POP, followed the subject away while directing units to where he was over the air. The subject was detained without incident and was ID as the same subject whose been found in the back of Kinney before and served with a 602 (notice of trespass), and was last caught throwing hypodermic needles into the parking lot of Kinney over the Eastern fence. In the front door lock was a piece of broken off metal that was found wedged inside. The detained subject had a piece of metal on his person which matched the broken end found in the lock. There were also scrape marks on the ground where it appears that the subject was attempting to grind down his piece of metal to better pick the door lock. CSI responded for photos and the lock itself does not appear damaged although a city crew was asked to respond to confirm. The subject was booked into jail for 664/459 PC, 602 PC and a small warrant he had for paraphernalia. Det. Stambaugh and Ofc. Stone did a fantastic job, in their work out clothing no less, to make sure this subject was not lost and taken into custody. It was also discovered that prior to this incident this same subject had committed an arson at Grant High School causing over $10, 000 worth of damage. Arson charges were later added.

19-212701 / 245-Stabbing / 4051 Haywood Street / 2A/ 1245 Hours

The victim was at Mamma Marks park to do a child custody exchange with his girlfriend’s ex. At some point the suspect stabbed the victim on his left arm. The victim drove away with the kids and called the police. The victim lost a significant amount of blood and transported to UC Davis.  The suspect was identified and officers are actively looking for him.

June 2019 Monthly Chief's Report

June 15, 2019

District 1

19-181380 / Railroad & Del Paso / 447T / 0807 hrs

Officers on viewed a fire in the above area and were advised the person responsible for setting it was a FBA wearing a gray hoodie with long gray braids.  She was last seen going southbound on the bike trail away from the scene.  Per witnesses she likely ducked into one of the many camps that have been set up in the area as she was not seen continuing south on the bike trail towards downtown.  Sac Fire responded and put out the fire which looked like it consisted of burnt trash/debris and a portion of a telephone pole.  Officers searched the wooded area where she was last seen with negative results.

19-180435 / Sexual Assault / Bridgecross Dr & Lazzini Way / 1419 hrs. / 1A

The victim is mentally delayed. Today she was at the park and a BMA approached her, fondling her over her clothing. The BMA fled the area after the victim advised she had a boyfriend. The BMA was described as a MB20’s, 5’6/thin, wearing a black & white jacket and jeans. A sexual battery report was completed, and follow up produced negative leads at this time.

19-182102 / 503p (Pursuit) @ Nortgate & San Juan / 2111 hrs. / 1C

A stolen 1995 Chevy Silverado triggered the POD camera at Northgate & San Juan. Sgt. Shippen dutifully approving reports was parked behind Les Schwab Tires, at 3554 Northgate Blvd., when the 503 Chevy pulled into the parking lot. The truck decided not to stay long, and proceeded back S/B on Northgate, before stopping at the Circle K at Northgate & Rio Tierra.

With the truck parked at the gas pumps, an unidentified mwa passenger exited the truck. Sgt. Shippen held both at gunpoint for several minutes, before the driver started the truck again, and initiated a vehicle pursuit. The pursuit travelled approx 3.4 miles until the driver caused a 901 at Arden Way & Del Paso. The driver fled on foot and was apprehended by Sgt. Shippen after a brief foot pursuit. The driver was determined to be a PRCS fugitive with an extensive history.

ARRESTED: Michael Placencia

19-184926 / 926 / Prosper Rd & Truxel Rd / 1A / 0305hrs

Two bicyclists located the deceased on the southwest side of the sidewalk (in the grass). They tried to wake him up after seeing a vehicle parked nearby with its flashers on and believed it was his. They could not wake him and called for an ambulance. FIRE arrived and pronounced the subject deceased. The deceased did not have any visible trauma to his body. Evidence of narcotics were located on the subject and in his vehicle. Coroner arrived and confirmed that this is possibly an overdose at this time.

19-185131 / SSTOP / 2800 block of Del Paso Rd. / 1A / 0901 Hrs.:

Ofc. Fontana has been developing info that a certain MWA is selling meth at the above location and has been working on identifying him. Today, contact was made and the suspect was found to be on probation. A search located over 1/4 oz. of Meth and money. The subject admitted to selling meth. The subject was booked into jail for 11378 H+S.

Arrested: Ryan Kehoe 8/2/88

19-185949 / 245(a)(2) PC / Northgate & West El Camino / 1926hrs. / 1C

Officers responded to the area of Northgate/ West El Camino re: a vehicle following another.  The passenger in the suspect car had brandished a firearm at the victims.  While en-route, officers were advised that the passenger was now shooting at the victims.  The victims were able to get away from the suspects.  District 2 units made contact with the victims while K9 and District 1 officers followed up on the suspect vehicle via license plate.  District 1 and 2 officers secured the scene in the area of West El Camino/ American Ave and located 3-40 cal bullet casings and a projectile.  While officers were on scene at the suspect vehicle’s R/O’s residence on Mossy Bank, the male passenger arrived on foot.  The female driver arrived a few minutes later on foot and the suspect vehicle was located nearby.  A consent search of the suspect vehicle revealed a 40 cal handgun.  Rounds in the magazine matched the brand of 40 cal casings found at the scene.  The male and female denied knowledge of the shooting.  The victims and suspects were all GSR’d.  The male and female were positively ID’d via field show-up.  It was determined that the driver’s 5 year old was in the suspect vehicle at the time of the shooting.  Both the adult female driver and juvenile male passenger were arrested on a variety of charges including weapons charges, 245(a)(2)pc and felony child neglect.  Upon being placed under arrest, the male passenger confessed, claiming some type of self-defense.  This was a fantastic collaborative effort between District 1 and District 2 officers along with K9 Officers Smit and Pinola.

Arrested:  MBJ, 17yrs old

Arrested: Lemontia Drew, FBA, 1-24-1997

 

District 2

19-179926 / 1500 block of Los Robles  Blvd / 245T  / 0123 Hrs / 2B

All D2 officers responded to a 27 round Shotspotter activation at 3400 block of High St.  While on scene of the call, dispatch advised that there was a 415W/242 occurring at on Los Robles Blvd. just down the street.  Dispatch then advised that a stabbing victim had arrived at on Calvados Ave.  All three calls ended up being related to create the following narrative:

Ofc. Johnson and Ofc. Cumberland contacted the resident’s at Los Robles Blvd.  The juvenile female resident/victim advised that earlier in the week her ex-boyfriend had confronted her and her boyfriend at an area laundromat.  The ex-boyfried threatened to assault them, police were called but no report taken.

The ex-boyfriend’s father showed up tonight, forced his was inside, and began feloniously assaulting multiple people inside the residence. Fearing for the safety of the juveniles and herself, the mother stabbed the suspect in the back and cut his face.

He stumbled out of the apartment and got into a vehicle parked on Los Robles Blvd.  Per the female victim, a black firearm with a red laser was brandished at the building.  Multiple shots were heard shortly after activating ShotSpotter. 20  shell casings were later located in the street. The suspect drove himself to a residence on Calvados then self-transported to a local hospital with potentially life threatening injuries.

Base on the extensive investigation, there is probable cause to arrest the suspect  for 212.5 PC, 243d PC, and 273(A)A (3 counts). Follow-up continues. 

19-182319 / Acacia Ave & Altos Ave / 211P / 0131 Hrs / 2B

Officers arrived on scene and contacted a female victim that advised she had been riding down the Rio Linda bike trail when her recently ex-boyfriend saw her.  She stated he chased her down the trail, forced her to stop, and hit her in the face, while yelling at her about who she was riding with.  He then grabbed her bike from her and took off on the bike trail.  Officer searched area with negative results.

Suspect has been identified and is wanted on multiple charges.

 

19-183882 / 245P / 300 block of Las Palmas / 0956 Hrs / 2B

D2 and D1 officers responded to this weapons call where the niece of the comp had stabbed or attempted to stab comps husband. Upon arrival officers learned that (S) K. Jones had likely woken up suffering from the after effects of meth abuse. For some unknown reason she went after the victim with a small steak knife. Family and neighbors on scene witnessed the attack. The (S) was able to strike the (V) several times with the knife in a downward motion but she was holding the knife and striking in such a way as to just leave 5 long scratch type wounds on the (V’s) upper chest area. Assisting Off Armstrong from D1 was checking the area of the T & Y market for the (S). After checking WEBKPF she recognized the (S) just inside of the store. When she attempted contact the (S) ran out. Off Armstrong tried to calm her down in the parking lot but the (S) was too worked up. (S) made threatening remarks and turned way to flee but then turned back and darted her hand towards her waist. Ofc. Armstrong deployed her Taser, but it was ineffective. Off Armstrong transitioned seamlessly to de-escalation dialogue with (S) as additional units marked on scene. Ultimately the officers were able to talk the (S) into compliance and she was taken into custody without further issue.

Arrested; Korina Jones 10/9/92, 245 PC

19-183972 / 981 @ 1600 Response Rd / 1043Hrs. / 2C

2B26 Off Hosmer and his trainee Off Smith responded to this 981 call. Based on the info on the call there was a pretty good chance that there would be a 926 subject in the apartment. Officers got a key from management and made entry. The elderly resident was found deceased in his bedroom and had likely been so for over a week. No signs of foul play. Coroner was contacted and took over the scene.

19-184250/ GUN & GANG ARREST

North Gang Enforcement Team Officers served on a search warrant this morning that yielded 9 firearms in total including an AK47, one stolen Glock 26, one unregistered XD .45 cal, and one unregistered .25 caliber pistol. During a mirandized statement the suspected admitted to being an active gang member and admitted to possessing the illegal handguns. Suspect was arrested for illegally possessing an assault weapon and a flurry of other weapon violations. Thanks for the help SWAT, K9, SS, CNT, and any other officers involved.

19-186605 / 927P / 800 block of Brae Ave / 1034hrs / 2B

K913 was conducting F/U on an IB from Wednesday. The (S) was ID’d as Gerald WIlliams. (S) had allegedly threatened a store manager and mall security to get a gun from his car and shoot them. The (V) positively ID’d the (S). K913 spotted the (S) leaving in his car and conducted a felony stop with additional officers. The (S) was taken into custody without incident. A consent. Great work by K913 in making this a quick turn around and arrest. Great proactive work to have this suspect in custody within 24hrs!

Arrested; Gerald Williams, 12/27/81

19-187292 / Pursuit / Roanoke Ave-Ripley St / 2005hrs / 2A

Ofc. Jarrell and Ofc. Stone (1C26) attempted to make a traffic stop on a vehicle for various traffic violations at the above intersection. The driver, later identified as Sara KILMER (FWA, 3/14/90), continued northbound Ripley St and rolled through the stop sign at Grand Ave. Suspect KILMER then accelerated eastbound Grand Ave where a short pursuit ensued. The pursuit continued off road alongside the railroad tracks parallel to Roseville Rd where it ended at the dead-end by several homeless camps. Suspect KILMER was taken into custody without incident. KILMER was charged 2800.2 VC, 3056 PC, 11377 HS, and 11364.

Arrested: Sara KILMER, DOB: 3/14/90 

April 26, 2019

District 1

19-123568 / Business Burglary / 3230 Arena Blvd #210

0257 Hrs / Gateway West (1A)

Officers responded for a vehicle into the Starbucks business.  Upon arrival, a white van was fully inside the building.  Officers are actively investigating, but as of now the M.O. seems very consistent with another business burglary we had at a Little Caesar’s on March 18.   The van is not currently reported stolen, but it is out of Hayward and no one was located on-scene.

19-124269 / Arson arrest / Railroad & Del Paso / 1656 hours

Gardenland (1C)

SFD responded for a vegetation fire at a transient camp at this location. Upon arrival, they requested a Code 93 cover call as the arsonist was still on-scene. District 1 units arrived and detained the suspect without incident and turned the investigation over to SFD Arson investigators.

DISTRICT 2

19-123472 / Stolen Vehicle / Grand Ave and Dry Creek Rd

2357 Hrs / Del Paso Heights (2A)

Dispatch broadcast a POD hit for a stolen vehicle. A few minutes later Ofc. Oldes was able to locate the car. The driver was taken into custody without any issues.  Tonight was not the night for passengers, as the passenger in this stolen car had two felony warrants and was arrested too.

2A/Norwood Tech/310 Harris Ave./971-(459 Suspect Vehicle Impounded)/1119 hours/19-123891

Ofc. Bell (1G23) spotted a unique occupied Grey Ford Aerostar van wanted by NCU North from an IB issued on 3/28/19 (Case #19-94211).  Ofc. Bell contacted the driver, Anthony Davies (DOB: 2/13/68) who had two outstanding warrants for his arrest.  Ofc. Bell transported Davies to Kinney Station, where he was interviewed by NCU detectives, and then booked him for his warrants.  The Aerostar van was impounded for evidence from the earlier burglary case.  Great spot by Ofc. Bell.

19-127199 / Follow Up Pursuit Arrest / Grand Ave & Balsam St / 0216 hours / 2A

Earlier in the week, Officer Reason was involved in a lengthy pursuit of a motorcycle where the suspect was able to elude capture after fleeing on foot.  Follow-up during that incident resulted in the suspect being identified and PC arrestable for 2800.2 CVC pending an arrest warrant.  Tonight, Officers James and MaClean conducted a traffic stop at the above location and contacted the driver who was discovered to be the suspect during Officers Reason’s pursuit.  He was taken into custody without incident and booked on felony evading charges.

2A / Bait Vehicle Arrest / 4106 Pinell Street / 1703 hours / 19-128049

Officers responded to a bait vehicle activation where the car was moving.  Officers located the vehicle stopped in front of 3732 Ripley.  The driver and passenger were detained without incident. Mark Johnson, 10/01/89 and Trevor Speegle, 8/27/88 were booked on a slew of charges to include 10851 VC, 466/496 PC and narcotic related charges. 

2A / Assault w/Deadly Weapon / Presidio & South Alley / 1713 hours / 19-128058

NGET officers responded to an AWDW call after no patrol units were available.  The victim observed the suspect (Darrel Oliver, 1/21/53) peeking over the fence watching his daughter play.  The victim confronted the suspect who armed himself with a machete.  The suspect swung the machete at the victim several times before the he was disarmed by the victim.  During the altercation, the victim sustained a minor cut to his hand.  The suspect was arrested without incident for assault with a deadly weapon. 

2B/Hagginwood/3550 Marysville Blvd.-(Kinney Police Station)/927P-(Trespass: Subject Arrested)/0550 hours/19-120067

As late watch Officers Lyons and Tsverov (2A27) were leaving the men’s locker room of Kinney, they saw a MBA in the alcove in front of the women’s locker.  The subject was detained without incident and when asked, said that he was running from people who were chasing him. The subject appeared paranoid, showed obvious signs of being under the influence of a stimulant and was found to have two misdemeanor warrants for his arrest. The subject was booked into jail for 647(F) PC and his two warrants, and served with a 602 PC notice.  Later, two large kitchen knives were located discarded on the ground near the gym exterior doors in the area that the subject was located. CIU was notified for follow-up and interviewed the subject at jail. He stated he had been diagnosed with schizophrenia.  He denied attempting to assault any officers and denied ownership of the knives.  He was offered and accepted assistance from the Mental Health Unit.  CIU issued an officer safety IB.

2B/Old North Sacramento/xxx Plaza Drive /211P-(Home Invasion: Suspects Outstanding)/0925 hours/19-120226

Victim was in his apartment when he heard a knock at his door. When he answered, there was an unknown MBA and FBA saying that the victim owned them money. The MBA punched the victim in the face knocking him to the ground. The MBA then began hitting the victim with a bamboo stick. The FBA was holding a torch and told the victim that she would “torch him” if he moved. The victim hit the torch out of the FBA suspect’s hands which caused the FBA to pick up a piece of copper pipe and begin hitting the victim with it. The MBA suspect took the victim’s TV, cell phone and house keys before both suspects left. The victim attempted to find the suspects on his bike but was UTL.  The victim sustained COP to the right side of his jaw, and had multiple scratches on his head from the bamboo stick and copper pipe, but refused medical attention. At the victim’s apartment, officers located the broken bamboo stick, the torch the FBA suspect was holding and the copper pipe. These were collected for DNA/prints. The victim cell phone could not be tracked.  CSI photographed the scene and injuries.

19-121278 / xxxx Fairfield St / 2B / 664/211-417 / 0030 hours

SPD responded to 2638 Fairfield St regarding a 911 hang-up call from a cellphone.  Upon arrival officers were flagged down by the victim who advised a subject had brandished a black handgun and ordered him to give him his property.  The victim refused and the suspects fled the scene.  Suspect: 1-MWA, 17-20, all black clothing, armed with a black handgun.  Suspect 2-Unknown male, black clothing.  Suspect vehicle: Black Nissan or Toyota.

19-121384 / WB Bus80 @ Watt Ave / County / Vehicle Pursuit / 0213 hours

Officer Cumberland was traveling west on Business 80 at Watt Ave when he attempted to stop a vehicle for expired registration.  The driver failed to yield and a vehicle pursuit ensued.  The suspect vehicle struck a tree at Bowling Green Dr/Ray St, and the driver fled on foot.  After a short foot pursuit the driver was detained without further incident.  The driver was found to be DUI.  Arrested: Darrol McMurray 7/27/83.

2B/ ShotSpotter-187/ Strawberry Manor Park/ 1457 hours/ 19-121917

SPD received a 7-round ShotSpotter activation at 200 Danville Way.  Officers Henderson & Oldes arrived on-scene and located a victim that had been shot. The victim had no pulse, and they started CPR.  Fire transported the victim to UCD where he was declared deceased.  The victim is a validated Manor gang member.  Preliminary information indicates the victim got into a confrontation with a fellow gang member in the park.  Homicide and Gang Detectives responded and took over the investigation. 

19-123384 / Gun Seizure / 129 Danville Way

2204 Hrs / Strawberry Manor (2B)

GET Ofc. McDonald and Bowman were monitoring the candle light vigil for the homicide victim when they observed an overloaded car.  They stopped the vehicle and during a search located a loaded firearm under the front seat.  A passenger claimed ownership and was arrested without incident.  Another passenger had active warrants causing him to be arrested too.

19-124268 / 10852 arrest / Clay & Alamos / 1653 hours

South Hagginwood (2B)

Patrol responded to a report of a MWA switching plates between two Chevy trucks at this location. AIR 1 was quickly overhead and observed the silver Chevy depart the area. The driver quickly made his way over to the Marconi / Auburn Blvd area, where he drove into a dirt field. Patrol units responded and contacted (S) Thomason driving the truck, with two additional passengers. All parties were detained and a VIN check showed the truck as a 503 from CHP North Sac.

19-125606 / 211 @ gunpoint / 2762 Rio Linda Blvd / 1901 hours

South Hagginwood (2B)

The (V) on this works for a marijuana mobile dispensary service, and was delivering an order to the above location when he was robbed at gunpoint by three MBA’s. Taken was approx. $400-500 worth of marijuana, $400 in cash, and the victims’ car keys. One suspect on the 211 was armed with a black handgun. Officers on this call recalled a subject matching the description who was involved in a previous marijuana rip off. Additional follow-up is being completed.

19-125836 / Felony Assault / 3500 Block of Norwood ave

2329 Hrs / Johnson Heights (2B)

The victim was arguing with a known subject over money owed.  The argument escalated to the point that the suspect grabbed a knife, slashed the victim’s vehicle tires, then hit him in the face with the blunt end.  The victim had an injured nose, but was not stabbed or critical.

2B / Resisting Arrest – UOF / Del Paso Blvd & Pilgrim Ct / 1604 hours

Ofc. D.Smith observed a vehicle driving recklessly in the area.  He conducted a traffic stop of the vehicle and was immediately met with a verbally abusive subject.  An additional unit was requested and quickly arrived to assist.  When officers tried to get the subject to exit the vehicle on his own he resisted and wouldn’t comply with the officer’s orders.  Officer attempted to use control holds to remove the subject but they were ineffective.  He was taken to the ground and during the incident the driver became combative.  Pepper spray was deployed which quickly resolved the incident.  Officer Smith sustained a small scratch to his face from the suspect.  Eric Zsolnay, 2/29/76) was arrested for driving on a suspended license and resisting arrest. 

(District 2):  Ofc. Dustin Smith and Ofc. Brian Webb spearheaded an effort this morning by Team 7 to tackle blight and quality of life issues in the Ben Ali neighborhood in beat 2C concentrating on Orlando Way by marking and towing abandoned and unlawfully parked vehicles used as shelters for illicit activity in the area. 

2C/Erikson Industrial Park/Arden Way & Harvard Street/Lojack Signal Activation-(UOF-K9 Bite: Suspect Arrested)/0856 hours/19-126113

A Lojack activation was received in the 2C area around 0900 hours with units initially UTL.  A little after 1000 hours, K913 (Josh Smith & K9 partner Kai), located the vehicle mapping at Response Road & Point West Way with a nine bar activation.  Ofc. Smith spotted the vehicle, a silver 4 door Jaguar sedan (CA 7XJV901), parked with a male adult in the driver’s seat.  Ofc. Smith called for backup and was waiting for additional units when the driver got out of the car and started to walk away.  Ofc. Smith warned the driver not to run or he would send the K9.  The driver, thought somehow that he could outrun the police dog and decided to run instead of comply.  As he sprinted away eastbound, he quickly found out that he was not faster than K9 Kai.  He was apprehended with a bite to the upper right thigh.  Fire responded and treated the suspect and he was transported to Kaiser North by patrol for medical clearance.  A use of force canvass was done and nearby citizens witnessed the whole event and complimented SPD for the professional apprehension.  A stolen credit card taken in an auto burglary yesterday was also recovered in the stolen vehicle which was taken out of SVS.

Traffic Enforcement District 1

Enforcement Staffing:  Callaghan, Butler, Casella,

Results:   24 vehicle stops, 23 cites, 

The SPD Motor Unit was proud to spend the majority of their shift at the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Law Enforcement Recognition event in Rocklin supporting their teammate, Gabe James.  Officer James received an award for his numerous DUI arrests over the last year. 

-Stop Sign enforcement on N. Park Dr (Community)

-General Enforcement and distracted driving on Truxel, near San Juan (Crime Analysis)

-General enforcement Northgate between Garden Hwy/San Juan (Crime Analysis)

-General enforcement Truxel Rd between Garden Hwy/ San Juan (Crime Analysis)

-Speed enforcement W. El Camino between Northgate/Truxel.

-Speed enforcement Del Paso Rd at Blackrock (Community)

-Stop sign enforcement at Pebblewood and Azevedo (Sgt. Morris / Community)

-Stop sign enforcement at Pebblestone/Stone Creek (Community)

-Stop sign enforcement at Bridgeford/Pebblewood (Community)

-Stop  sign enforcement at Pebblewood/Mendel (Community)

Schools:

-Callaghan was present at American Lakes Elementary in the morning.

-Casella was present at H. Allen Height Elementary in the afternoon.

-Butler was present at Jefferson Elementary in the morning.

District: 2

Enforcement Staffing:   Callaghan, James

Community Outreach: Motors attended an OTS distracted driving event at Inderkum HS on 4/12.

Results:  44 vehicle stops, 32 cites, 7 tows

-General enforcement at El Camino/Del Paso. (high 901s per Crime Analysis)

-General enforcement on Marysville from North to Arcade. (vision zero identified corridor)

-Speed enforcement on Del Paso Blvd between Marconi and Marysville. (community complaint)

-Stop sign enforcement at Del Paso Blvd/Land Ave.

-Enforcement along the Rio Linda corridor.

-Distracted driving along the Arden Way corridor.

-Stop sign Rio Linda/Arcade.

-Distracted driving along the El Camino corridor.

-General enforcement 1689 Arden. (high 901s per Crime Analysis)

-General enforcement Arden/Exposition. (high 901s per Crime Analysis)

-General enforcement El Camino near Del Paso Blvd. (vision zero identified location)

-James on-viewed a 503 recovery.

Schools:

-Callaghan was present at Hagginwood Elementary in the morning.  At the request of the crossing guard, he worked speed on Marysville Blvd in front of the school when kids were present.

April 19, 2019

District 1

 19-105702 /  Ainger Cir / 1A / 927-Shots / 0147 hours

SPD responded to Ainger Cir regarding eight gunshots in the area.  Officers located 10 spent casings in the street.  Information forwarded to North-GET Shot-Spotter. 

19-106359 / 496B & Pursuit / 3531 N Freeway / 1702 Hours / 1A

Officers were alerted to the above location regarding an SPD Bait Laptop that had been taken.  The GPS indicated the property was in a vehicle and traveling towards HWY 80.  Initially, Officers were unable to locate the item as it was unknown what type of vehicle the bait was in.  SSD Air unit responded and assisted while ground units provided GPS updates.  The GPS indicated the bait was traveling S/B Hwy 5 then E/B HWY 50.  SSD Air unit located a vehicle that matched the GPS location and directed ground units to the vehicle.  As the vehicle existed Bradshaw, Officers attempt to conduct a felony vehicle stop but the vehicle failed to yield and a pursuit ensued.  The pursuit was brief as it was put into surveillance mode due to the suspects speed and the fact we had SSD Air overhead and GPS tracking.  While in surveillance mode, the vehicle drove with zero regard to public safety as it got onto E/B HWY 50 in the W/B lanes.  Untimely, the suspect pulled over near Mather Field exit and the driver and passenger fled on foot.  Both were captured by SSD ground units without use of force.  The laptop was not located as the suspect may have thrown it out during the pursuit, however the GPS tag was still in the suspect vehicle which is why we were able track their location.  The driver was arrested on various felony evading, Auto Burglary and 182PC charges.  The passenger was arrested for 148PC, Auto Burglary and 182PC.  

 

19-114266 / 2020 Club Center Dr suite 100 (Ace Hardware) / 1A / 459A / 0326 hours

SPD received a silent burglary alarm from 2020 Club Center Dr (Ace Hardware).  The ALCO advised they observed two subjects inside the business but that it was too dark for a description.  Officers located a broken glass door large enough for entry.  SPD K9 was used to clear the business with negative results. 

 

19-115896 / 211 @ 4780 Natomas Blvd. (Marshals) / 1922 hours            [Attn: NCU north]

Sports Complex (1A)

A FWA & FBA enter the store, and selected approximately $700 worth of merchandise. After exiting the store, both FBA’s were confronted by Loss Prevention and a scuffle ensued. During the altercation, one suspect throat-punched the LPO, allowing both suspects to make good their escape. Both females fled in a black 2013 Charger (CA # 7YUV567) which is registered to an apartment on College Town in Dist 6. Follow up to locate the car was negative.

 

19-105683 / xxxx Stonecreek Dr / 1B / 927W-Arrest / 0127 hours

SPD received a call from a subject who stated he had just fired a warning shot at a subject trying to break into his camper in the area of xxxx Stonecreek Dr.  There were multiple callers advising that shots had been fired.  SPD responded and contacted the subject who was calm and compliant.  Officers removed a .45 cal semi-auto pistol from the subject.  Arrested:  Edward Hooker 7/6/1963.

 

19-115971 / 503B /  Rollingbrook Cir / 2128 hours

South Natomas (1B)

SPD received a bait car activation at the above location. The suspect attempted a little spin through 1B, eventually ending up at Fairweather / W El Camino with 6 SPD units and STAR overhead. The suspect surrendered without incident.

 

19-105758 / 2450 Northgate Blvd (7-11) / 1C / 211 / 0320 hours

SPD received a call regarding a subject who had 484’d beer at 7-11 (2450 Northgate Blvd).  The caller advised the subject had punched him in the face and brandished a knife when he confronted the subject.  The subject fled in a black Nissan Maxima.  Suspect: MHA, short, white shirt, jeans.

 

1C/South Natomas/2441 Northgate Boulevard/415F-(Arson Arrest)/1101 hours/19-105990

Offiecr Gray was in the area of this 925 when he observed smoke behind the business (99 Cent Store). During further investigation, Officer Gray observed a couch on fire and a subject walking away from the scene. The subject was quickly detained. During detention the subject made spontaneous statements that he was responsible for the fire. The subject was arrested and transported to jail and arson investigators took over the investigation.

 

1C / 19-116840 / POD arrest

Officer Monelo responded to a POD alert where he took a subject into custody for an embezzled vehicle.

 

19-111664 / Northgate Blvd @ Haggin Ave / Pursuit-Arrest / 0120 hours

Officers Raleigh and Del Dotto attempted to make a traffic stop in the area of Northgate Blvd/Haggin Ave.  The driver failed to yield and a vehicle pursuit ensued.  After letting his passenger off, the driver continued to SB I-5 at Garden Highway where officers attempted to PIT his vehicle at slow speed (20 MPH).  The driver drove his vehicle off the roadway to counter the PIT maneuver.  The driver was able to gain traction and re-entered the freeway striking Officer Murchie’s vehicle and continuing onto Garden Highway.  As the suspect vehicle approached San Juan Road, the driver purposely drove into gate high centering his vehicle.  The driver refused to exit the vehicle screaming “shoot me” as he reeved the engine until the disabled vehicle caught fire.   The driver climbed out of the vehicle as it became filled with smoke and attempted to flee toward a house on foot.  Officers fired one less-lethal bean bag round which struck the driver who immediately surrendered without further incident.  The driver gave the name of Juan Valdez and stated his birthday was 0/0/0000.  The driver was transported to UCD as precaution.  Arrested:  Michael Valdez 6/27/1984.

 

DISTRICT 2 

19-109001 / Stolen Vehicle / Norwood Ave and I-80

2030 Hrs / Robla (2A)

Ofc. McDonald and Ofc. Bowman were in the area when they observed a stolen car that had recently gone through a POD.  They were able to follow the car until enough units arrived for a felony stop.  The suspect was taken into custody without incident.

 

19-109105 / Shooting / Jasmine St and Harris Ave

2215 Hrs / East Del Paso Heights (2A)

At approximately 2215 hours we received a ShotSpotter activation at Willow St/Grand Ave.  As officers were responding, we received a call of a shooting at Jasmine St and Harris Ave (only a few blocks away).  Officers located multiple casings on Harris Ave.  They also located a victim on Jasmine St who had been shot multiple times, including in the chest.  He was transported to the hospital and stabilized.  While investigating another victim showed up at Kaiser North with a gunshot wound to his upper chest.  He confirmed that he was with victim #1 when a vehicle drove by and fired multiple rounds at them, unprovoked.  Victim #2 was not cooperative and eventually told the officers he was not going to talk anymore.  As of now, we do not have any solid suspect leads, but the victims have affiliation with the Tongan Crips and there may be some useful video at Rainbow Market (Night Detectives plan to follow-up).    

 

19-115124 / xxxx Grand Ave / 2A / 245-Arrest / 0012 hours

SPD received a call from a cab driver in front of xxxx Grand Ave.  The driver and fare got into an argument about money owed.  The fare went into the house and returned with handgun and fired it at the cab driver.  SPD dispatchers were able to hear the gunshot during the phone call.  After shooting at the cab driver the suspect went back inside the house.  Officers responded and quickly set a perimeter around the house.  After setting up a contact team officers called in and the suspect’s wife and brother-in-law exited the residence.  The wife advised that her husband was intoxicated and that he may be asleep on the couch.  The brother-in-law advised that the suspect had grabbed his gun and fired it twice out front.  The wife advised that her three children (3, 11, 12) were inside the house sleeping.  Officers continued to try and call the suspect out with no response.  A SWAT/CNT/EOD call-out was made.  CNT made announcements using a recorded message from the wife which had a positive effect in that the three children exited the residence.  After continued announcements and a ‘distraction device’ the suspect exited the residence and was detained without further incident.  Investigating officers located a bullet hole in the cab.  Officers located and seized the firearm inside the house.  The investigation is still on-going.  Sergeant Longanecker did a fantastic job running this incident from start to finish.  Arrested:  Tobit Barajas 11/16/1983. 

 

19-112897 / 1587 W El Camino Ave (CVS) / 933R-459 / 0020 hours

SPD responded to CVS (1587 W El Camino Ave) regarding a ringing alarm.  Officers discovered the front glass door had been broken and per security video footage two subjects entered the store.  The subjects took a pack of gum before being scared off by the alarm.  Suspects: Unknown subjects wearing hoodies.

 

19-107899 / Gun Arrest / Rio Linda Blvd and Sonoma Ave

2252 Hrs / South Hagginwood (2B)

Officers Mills and MacLean made a traffic stop and contacted four occupants in the car.  During the contact, they located a loaded revolver on a female passenger.  They were able to do further investigation, determine that the gun actually belonged to a probationer in the back seat.

 

19-114997 / 3271 Marysville Blvd (Hagginwood Park) / 2B / Arson / 2115 hours

Officer Strickland observed a fire in a trash can inside Hagginwood Park.  Officer Strickland went to investigate and discovered two more fires within the park.  Arson investigators were advised.

 

2B/Wills Acres/2756 Grove Ave./211T-(Robbery: Suspects Outstanding)/1131 hours/19-117725

Complainant advised that she was at the food bank when she got into an argument with two adult females (FWA, 50’s wearing a tank top  & FBA, white shirt, black pants).  The females followed the complainant down the street and then started to physically attack her.  At one point, one of the suspects sprayed the victim with OC and the suspects took her cell phone and some of the food that she had acquired from the pantry.  An unknown subject driving a red pickup truck (possibly a Tacoma, unknown plate) drove up and the suspects fled in the vehicle eastbound on Lampasas Ave.  A canvass by officers was negative.

 

19-118491 / xxxx Palmer St / 2B / 211-Gun Marijuana / 2253 hours

A marijuana delivery person responded to xxxx Palmer St to deliver a marijuana order.  As he knocked and waited for an answer three (3) MHA’s approached him and displayed a gun.  The suspects took the victim’s wallet, cell-phone, and marijuana.  The suspects tossed the victim’s phone as they fled the scene.  Suspects:  Three MHA, 20’s.  One was wearing a blue bandana over his face, black sweatshirt, black handgun.  

 

2B / Perimeter – K9 Deployment / Mabel & Cathcart / 1747 hours / 19-119434

NGET officers observed a known parolee-at-large hanging out in front of a residence with known gang members.  When officers went to contact him he ran and jumped into the backyard of a nearby residence.  A perimeter was established quickly with SSD STAR overhead.  After multiple announcements, K9 began to search and located the suspect hiding in a backyard shed. 

 

2C/Arden Fair/1901 Arden Wy # B/POD-(10851 Arrest)/0943 hours/19-107055

A Lexus hit on the Arden Mall/Sears Driveway POD and pulled into the mall parking lot.  Before officers arrived, the vehicle occupants were out on foot, and across the street, away from the mall.  With the assistance of Arden Mall Security and SSD, the occupants were located in the Kohl’s Department Store.  Video surveillance identified the driver, who also had the keys in his possession.  The keys had been obtained from a vehicle burglary in which the suspect(s) had returned and taken the car this morning.  The driver, an adult, was booked at jail while the passenger, a juvenile, was cited and released to his mother.

 

19-107797 / Robbery / 1800 block of Del Paso Blvd

2049 Hrs / Old North Sacramento (2C)

The victim is 78 years old.  He was hit in the back of the head by an unknown blunt object.  The suspect then rifled through the victim’s pocket, stealing $20-30.  The suspect then fled, possibly in a brown car.  There are no leads at this time and the victim is not seriously injured.

 

UI (county) / Gun & Narcotic Seizure / 1329 Morse Ave / 1406 hours / 19-112144  **ATTN PIO**

NGET and NPOP conducted an attempt-pickup of a known subject on PRCS and with a felony warrant was at the location.  (Andrew Sandoval, 2/18/94)  With the assistance of K9, SSD STAR & AIR1, a surround and callout was conducted.  After about an hour of announcements the suspect finally surrendered.  Officers conducted a search of the residence and located 2 handguns, 2 assault-style rifles, 1 shotgun, 1 rifle and over 1000 rounds of ammunition in the attic.  They also located 7 pounds of methamphetamine, ¼ lb. of heroin and approximately $30-35,000 in cash in the attic.  Sgt. Villegas did an excellent job directing his team and resources to a successful conclusion. 

 

2C/Business 80 (WB) & Marconi Ave./447R-(Arson Report-SFD)/0733 hours/19-115292

Units responded on a report of a fire on the bike trail near Haggin Oaks.  Officers arrived to find propane bottles being used in a transient camp exploding from unknown causes.  With the help of SSD and CHP, officers blocked off the Marconi offramp area and the Fire Department arrived and quickly extinguished the flames.  Arson investigator A. Nokes (Arson 3) responded to take over the investigation into the source of the fire and the resulting propane explosions.          

 

19-115757 / 242 / 1689 Arden Way / 1638 hours

Arden Mall (2C)

Call came in as an active 242 in the mall involving over 100 teenagers.  Once a Reserve officer arrived on-scene, most of the group scattered in different directions and cleared off mall property. One MBJ returned to the mall with nefarious intentions and was detained by security.  The Juvenile refused to ID himself, refused to leave the mall, and after repeated attempts to gain compliance and to obtain his information for a No Trespass Form to no avail, he was detained in cuffs and brought down to the security office. SPD officer aided with identifying the juvenile who was released to his parent after the issuance of a 602.

 

March Monthly Chief's Report

March 29, 2019

DISTRICT 1

19-82541 / Burglary / 4710 Natomas Blvd 0105 Hrs /
1A Officers responded to reports of a van ramming the doors to the Little Caesar’s Pizza. The owner watched on his surveillance camera as three suspects then ran in and stole the safe. The van fled after that. While we were investigating, Yuba County Sheriff’s Department called advising they had an attempt earlier in the night in Olivehurst. The van returned stolen out of Yuba City. At 0315 hours we were advised that CHP had located the vehicle abandoned and we are currently working on getting access to it. The owner of Little Caesar’s advised they had another store in Antelope that was hit the same way 2 weeks ago. They all appear related to the same suspects. Still under investigation.

 

1A / Gun Arrest / 3601 Truxel Rd / 1621 hours / 19-86673
Officers responded to a fight at Applebee’s. While officers were detaining one of the suspects they located a small semi-auto handgun in his front waistband. The suspect (Shane Spence, 11/26/88) was arrested on firearm related charges. 1A / Robbery – Knifepoint / 4500 Block of Gateway Parkway / 1758 hours / 19-87930The victim was robbed at knifepoint at the Terracina Gold Apartments. The suspect (MBJ, 5’5, med build) was armed with a 10” knife. He was with three other suspect (1 MHA, 2 MWAs) at the time of the robbery. The suspect stole the victim’s I Phone 6s and during the incident sustained a laceration to his head after the suspects assaulted him.

 

19-94235/211/3500 Block of Truxel Road/1A/1110 Hours
A UPS driver was unloading several boxes of new phones to take into the store when two MBAs with hoods knocked the driver to the ground, picked up several boxes of phones and left in a black colored Audi Q5 with no plates. A good Samaritan ran over to the UPS driver to make sure he was okay after he saw him get knocked to the ground, then bum rushed one of the suspects knocking him into the side of the UPS truck. The suspect managed to escape but per a witness he hit his head so hard that he may end up at a hospital. RTCC was asked to look at video from the POD at Truxel/Gateway. Outside agencies were given info about the vehicle.

 

19-83672 / Stolen Vehicle / Northstead Dr and Edmonton Dr0006 Hrs / Northgate (1C)
Ofc. Littlefield and Ofc. Farr observed a car driving somewhat suspiciously, as if it was trying to avoid them. They were able to catch up and stop the car, which had no plates. The driver is a probationer with gang ties, so after he was detained a records check revealed the car was stolen. Great spot by these newer officers!

 

1C / Foot Pursuit / Gardenland Park / 1644 hours / 19-88929
Officers responded to a call of adults hanging out around the kids area of the park acting suspicious. As officers arrived, one subject took off running and was quickly taken into custody without incident. The subject was found to be a parolee-at-large. (Anthony Broadway, x-1370489)

1C / Felony DUI / Northgate & Harding / 1722 hours / 19-88972
A solo vehicle struck a SMUD pole. It was determined the driver was DUI and had her two teenage kids in the car. One of the kids sustained minor injuries to his face. Both the suspect and one of her children were transported to the hospital. The driver was arrested for felony DUI.

DISTRICT 2

19-81324 / 415W / XXXX Taylor St / 2A / 2014 hrs
Sgt Griffin and his team responded to this address for a man who was terrorizing the neighborhood with three aggressive dogs. Officers determined no crime was committed but the man was hostile and under the influence of narcotics. The man’s brother arrived and debriefed the officers on his erratic behavior and very aggressive dogs. The man was in his truck camper and finally came out after about an hour of officers arriving on scene. He was taken to the hospital for a 5150 evaluation and animal control took custody of the dogs. The officers/Sgt showed tremendous patience on this incident.

19-81411 / 415W / 1400 Block of Ascot Ave / 2A /2211 hrs
This is the same house that had a large party last night. Tonight the party involved a live band and was attended by about 150 people. Initial complaints were due to subjects loitering in the neighborhood. Another call came in around 0130 hrs, stating there was a man at the gate with a firearm. Officers arrived on scene and contacted two subjects walking down the street. One of the subjects threw a handgun into the bushes when they saw the officers. Both were detained without incident. We believe that the two suspects were going to rob the homeowners of money they thought was earned from the parties this weekend. The homeowners detained charging for admission and did not know why the suspects chose their home. Officers arrested one suspect for possession of a firearm.

2A/Del Paso Heights/3600 Block of Rio Linda/927P-(Fugitive Arrested)/1409 hours/19-84202
The FBI JTTF (Det. Beezley & company) were in the area looking for fugitive Shane Pellandini, who was wanted on a fresh warrant from a Roseville PD incident last night where he fought RPD and fled. RPD recovered two firearms during their investigation, but Pellandini got away. JTTF did follow up and located Pellandini in a vehicle in the area of Rio Linda & South in the north area. SPD K9, AIR 1, and North GET responded to assist and attempted to contact Pellandini at Rio Linda Blvd. & Elkhorn. A short foot pursuit followed and Pellandini was taken into custody without further incident. Pellandini was in possession of methamphetamine at the time of his arrest and incurred additional fresh charges.

19-90344 / 496B / 3800 Roseville Rd / 2A / 2246 hrs
A 459 auto bait laptop was taken from a vehicle parked at this location. Officers were able to track down the suspect along with the stolen laptop. The suspect was taken to jail for the theft.

19-90428 / 459 Business / 4300 Block of Raley Blvd / 2A / 0053 hrs
A security guard responded to an alarm call and noticed a hole in the door large enough for entry. The suspect(s) were able to take the roll up door off the tracks and made entry to the building. This business is a marijuana dispensary. Nothing was stolen and the suspects were gone upon arrival. It is possible that the audible alarm scared the suspects suspect(s) away.

2A/Del Paso Heights/XXXX Cypress Street/927P-(Pursuit: Suspect Arrested)/1031 hours/19-90718
Officers had contacted and identified Suspect Albert Aranda as a probationer with priors for theft earlier today on a call near this location; he was not wanted at that time and released after being ID’d. While on an unrelated call for service, Ofc. Goodpaster recognized Aranda and saw him walking up a driveway about five houses from her location. She saw him get into a Blue Chevy Camaro (Lic# 5BRS366) and take off in it. Knowing that Aranda did not live there, Ofc. Goodpaster immediately got into her squad car and began to try and catch up to the known probationer. Other officers confirmed with the home owner where the Camaro had been parked that the keys had been left in the car. K9 and other units caught up to Ofc. Goodpaster as she initiated a pursuit of the now stolen vehicle. The chase headed west on West El Camino Ave. and ended up on the freeway. Speeds reached 114 MPH in the fast lane with traffic light to moderate and yielding. CHP took over the pursuit on westbound I-80 at Davis and SPD units dropped out. CHP chased the suspect to Vacaville and applied the PIT a couple of times. The suspect finally foot bailed and was apprehended by CHP officers. He was transported back to Davis and handed over to SPD for booking.

19-93732 / XXXX Roanoke Ave / 2A / Shot Spotter / 2239 hours
SPD responded to 1632 Roanoke Ave regarding a one round shot spotter activation. Officers located two .10mm casings in the street but were UTL any victims. Witnesses advised a white pickup truck had been seen driving through an alley after the shooting. Investigation by North-GET Shot-Spotter officers.

19-93748 / XXX Eleanor Ave / 2B / Shot Spotter / 2249 hours
SPD responded to 610 Eleanor Ave regarding a one round shot spotter activation. Officers located a vehicle with a gunshot hole in the windshield. A female on scene advised a “friend” had accidentally fired a handgun from inside the vehicle. Investigation by North-GET Shot-Spotter officers.

19-81562 / SHOTS / 1200 Block of Acacia Ave / 2B / 0054 hrs
Two SHOTS activations were received for this location. Officers arrived to about 100 people leaving a party. Officers located two scenes and two victims that were shot. Nobody on scene would provide any details of the incident. A majority of the party-goers were teenagers and there was mention of a graduation party. One victim is stable and the other is in surgery and expected to recover after a few days in ICU. Sgt MacAulay did a great job of supervising a hectic crime scene as officers responded from the entire city.

2B / Robbery – Cannabis / Acacia & Altos / 1724 hours / 19-87903
A marijuana delivery man from a Dispensary was transporting about $500 in cannabis to XXXX Altos Ave. He went into the residence and 2 MBAs in their mid-20s, jumped him and stole the marijuana, wallet and cell phone. The suspects fled on foot on the nearby bike trail. Officers made contact with a subject at the residence who stated he was just letting the guys hang out but really doesn’t know them. The victim was not injured during the incident. Officers are currently working with the victim on locating the phone but are having trouble narrowing down a location.

19-88632/415F/3500 Block of Marysville Boulevard/2B/1136 Hours
Officers responded to this location regarding a disturbance and a family member in need of a 5150 evaluation. When Officers Henderson and On arrived on scene, they observed the male subject in the front yard carrying a large kitchen knife. When he saw the officers, he immediately became agitated, walking towards them yelling at them to kill him. Officers de-escalated the situation and safely took him into custody without incident. The subject was placed on a 5150 hold and transported to Kaiser North for evaluation.

19-90203 / SHOTS / 2500 Block of Oakmont St / 1954 hours
Old North Sacramento (2B)7-round activation where officers located 5- 9mm casings and a witness stating they saw a MBA running w/b over the bike trail. There was one bullet hole located in a black Buick parked about 10 feet east of the first casing located. It appears the suspect was moving w/b while shooting back e/b. No victims were located.

19-92412 / Shooting-2 in-custody / XXX Nogales St / 2235 Hours / 2B
Four shot-spotter activations were received near the above location which was followed by a Complainant calling to report that approximately 20 rounds were exchanged between several subjects in front of XXX Nogales. Officers arrived on scene and located approximately 20 spent casings of various calibers. Thankfully, no one injured or struck by the gunfire. Follow-up investigation led to one firearm being located and two suspects arrested for negligent discharge of a firearm. The suspects, both Parolees, were GSR positive in the field and statements obtained implicated them both.

2B / ShotSpotter – Gun Arrest / XXX Sonoma Ave / 1841 hours / 19-94788
Officers responded to a 2-round activation and multiple callers about a subject shooting in the back portion of their yard. As officers arrived, several subjects began coming out of the rear residence on the property. 2 subjects fled out of the residence and began hoping fences. The subjects popped out on a surface street and were detained. Officers located 2 shell casings near the door where the subjects fled. Officers conducted a probation search of the residence and located a firearm matching the caliber casings that were located. One subject was arrested for negligent discharge of a firearm and resisting, another was cited for resisting arrest and a third subject was cited for possession of narcotics. Great follow-up and teamwork by patrol and GET officers!

19-83069 / 245 stabbing / 1000 Block of El Camino Ave / 1409 hours
Old North Sacramento (2C)A female victim reported that she was stabbed while she was sleeping. Officers arrived and found she had a one inch laceration to her arm. The suspect was described as a MB50s, approximately 5’3, thin, wearing a red beanie and a black cap. Last seen heading toward the Swanston Light rail station. Officers checked the area with negative results.

2C / Assault & Robbery / 1900 Block of Rockbride Rd. / 1226 hours / 19-85243
Officers responded to the area after receiving multiple calls of subjects fighting, some armed with weapons. As officers arrived, multiple MBJs and FBJs began running away on Ethan Way, some jumping fences into nearby neighborhoods. A few of the juveniles were detained and it was discovered that the kids were from Eleanor Hickey HS in the County. They followed and assaulted a MWJ at the location. The suspects were seen by witnesses stomping on the victim’s head so they tried to intercede. The juveniles then assaulted the witness who was trying to stop the assault. She had her cell phone taken out of her hand and was never recovered. Officers identified 3 of the primary suspects, including the female who stole the phone. The victim of the assault was never located as he fled the scene before officers arrived. This call tied up a number of resources for an extended period of time.

2C / Stabbing Arrest / 2400 Block of Evergreen St / 1555 hours / 19-86637
Officer Mueller conducted follow-up on a stabbing that occurred 2 days ago where he took the initial report. (19-83069) Yesterday he detained a subject in the same area as to where the stabbing occurred with a knife in his possession. Today, Ofc. Mueller constructed a photo line-up containing the suspect, met with the victim who ultimately positively identified the suspect (Robert Crittle, 5/1/59) as the person responsible for the stabbing. Ofc. Mueller notified swing shift units of the probable cause want on Mr. Crittle. Within minutes, Ofc. Hamilton found Mr. Crittle and arrested him without incident for the stabbing.

2C / Stolen Vehicle / xxx Commerce Circle / 1612 hours / 19-88889
An officer observed a vehicle parked by itself at the above location. The officer conducted a records check on the vehicle and found to be stolen. The driver was detained without incident. Narcotics and paraphernalia were found in the vehicle. The vehicle was found to be stolen out of Vacaville. (Arrested: Manuel Correa, 10/7/66)

2C / Assault / 1689 Arden Way (Arden Mall) / 2018 hours / 19-89141
An officer working supplemental employment at the mall advised that 30+ kids were inside trying to fight each other. Officers and security were able to get the subjects to disperse and got them out of the mall. The groups continued to instigate and taunt each to fight. SSD units responded to assist with the disturbance. No arrests were made.

TRAFFIC UPDATE

Date: Thursday 3/28/19
District: 2 Staffing: James, Callaghan, Butler, Armstrong
Results: 70 vehicle stops, 1 ped stop, 57 cites, 2 tows:

  • Stop sign Jamestown/Waterford. (Murrietta)
  • Stop sign Bowling Green/Middleberry. (Murrietta)
  • Stop sign Bowling Green/Ray.
  • Stop sign Ethan/Cottage.
  • Distracted driving along the Arden corridor.
  • Speed enforcement on Evergreen between Royal Oaks and Arden Way. (community complaint)
  • Speed enforcement near 1416 Los Robles. (community complaint)
  • Speed enforcement on Del Paso Blvd between Marconi and Marysville. (Heinlein)
  • Speed enforcement along the Marysville corridor.
  • General enforcement at the following high 901 locations per crime analysis: -El Camino/Del Paso -Speed enforcement Clay/El Camino.
  • Vehicle/Pedestrian compliance Plaza/Del Paso.
  • Speed enforcement Dry Creek/Ascot.
  • General enforcement Jessie/Norwood.
  • Stop sign enforcement Grand/Mahogany
  • General enforcement around 2400 Del Paso Blvd.
  • General enforcement on Rio Linda Blvd between Grand and Plaza.
  • Speed Enforcement along Norwood south of I-80

Schools:

  • James was present at DW Babcock Elementary in the am.
  • Callaghan was present at Hagginwood Elementary in the am.
  • Butler was present at Robla Elementary in the morning.

 

May 17, 2019

District 1

 19-140301 / 245 gun / E. Levee & Sorento / 1907 hours

Valleyview Acres (1A)

SPD received a 911 call from the victim stating he had just been shot at. The victim described a black Honda CRV leaving the rural area. Officer Smith located the car at Northgate & Del Paso and units descended. Units followed the vehicle to J &16 in District 3, where they had enough units for a felony stop. 5 occupants in total were detained and a .22 caliber firearm was recovered. Statements by the involved parties resulted in the arrest of three subjects for 245(assault)/182(conspiracy).

1A/Gateway Park/3810 Truxel Road #200-(Cosmo Prof Salon Supply)/933R-(Burglary: Suspect Outstanding)/0449hrs/19-141779

Suspect forced entry via glass break at Cosmo Prof and stole several items. Suspect fled the scene prior to R/O’s arrival and made its way S/B on the bike trail, to Gateway Oaks. The items were subsequently left behind on Shenstone Way (District 1B). All of the items were inside a backpack. One officer was able to get a glimpse of the suspect as he was on his bicycle riding swiftly away on the bike trail, but could not catch up to him.

19-149559 / Peeping Tom, Invasion of privacy / 1445 hours

Natomas Park (1A)

The victim was shopping at Marshalls (4780 Natomas Blvd) when she noticed the suspect following her around the store in his motorized scooter.  The suspect dropped an item and asked the victim to pick it, which she did.  A short while later, as the victim was putting an item back on a shelf, the suspect rolled up on her, and as she turned around, she observed the suspect holding his cell phone under her knee length dress.  The victim described the suspect as:  Male black, 30’s, bald head wearing a blue shirt & red shorts.  Officers recovered video from Marshalls that shows the incident.  Marshalls security has not seen the suspect in the store before.   A 647(J)(1) PC crime report was written.

19-150019 / Subject Stop / 2121 Natomas Crossing Dr

2234 Hrs / Natomas Crossing (1A)

Ofc. Farr was patrolling this area due to recent car burglaries.  She noticed a subject in this parking lot and upon contacting him he played the name game.  It was determined he had an active warrant and a history of stealing.  He was transported to jail without incident.

1A/North Natomas/3635 N. Freeway Blvd./211T-(Robbery: UPS driver)/1056 hours/19-150491

A UPS driver was delivering packages to the Verizon store when a black colored Mazda SUV with paper plates pulled up. Two MBA’s exited and grabbed the packages by force from the UPS driver before leaving. The manager from the store called Det. Stambaugh to tell her what occurred before calling PD to report the incident. The suspects never touched anything that could be printed and the 211 was by force only. The RTCC was called to look at video of PODS nearby to see where the suspect vehicle went and outside agencies were informed of the vehicle description to look for as historically the vehicle returns to the bay area. NCU Detectives responded to assist.  A possible suspect was later identified as the suspect vehicle crossed the Benicia Bridge and was briefly tailed by a Benicia P.D. unmarked car which lost the suspect.  NCU is continuing follow up.

1A/Natomas Crossing/Natomas Crossing Drive & Truxel Road/Tstop-(PRCS Probationer Gun Arrest)/0420 hours/(19-151428

Late Watch Officers Aslin and Del Dotto were parked at the Cosmo Prof due to the string of 459’s at the business. They observed a silver Mercedez driving nearby (same description as the suspect vehicle observed in the previous 459’s) and conducted a traffic stop (vehicle was in violation of 4000a VC). They contacted the solo occupant and a records check showed him to be on PRCS (for 29800 PC). During a search of the vehicle, officers located a fully loaded revolver with 9 rounds. They also discovered a BB gun and several knives inside the vehicle. Subject was arrested for 29800 PC, 25850 PC, 25400 PC, 30305 PC, and 3454 PC.  Great spot by Ofcs. Del Dotto and Aslin.  NCU North advised.

1B/South Natomas/3291 Truxel Road #24-(Round Table)/245T-(Shooting)/1158 hours/19-150551

Witnesses called PD after a shooting occurred in front of the Round Table Pizza. The investigation and video taken by a witness showed that a 242 occurred between several FBA’s and one MBA. As the FBA’s attempted to leave in a red colored Hyundai with black rims, the MBA pulled out a handgun and fired one round into the ground. On scene officers located the bullet and a .45 caliber casing. Soon after, a MBA arrived at Mercy Hospital with a non fatal gunshot wound. After officers arrived  at Mercy to talk to the victim, they found out that he was wearing the same clothing description of the shooter from the 245. The wound was to his groin and is not life-threatening. During his initial statement, the victim claimed not to know how his wound happened.  After looking at the video and taking eye witness statements, it appears as if the wound was likely self-inflicted. The victim/suspect had trouble pulling the handgun out of the front of his pants and appears to have shot himself in the process. As of this writing, Gang units are enroute to Mercy to swab the victim for GSR and take his clothing as evidence.  Video will be sought to see who transported the victim to Mercy with the hopes of find the handgun. Units did a great job working together to solve this crime. The victim/suspect is a convicted felon so a warrant for his arrest will be sought after the preliminary follow up is completed.  A/Sgt. Leach was contacted to update the school district that this did not involve students from Natomas High.

19-147724 / xxx Peralta Ave / 1C / 211-Gun / 2208 hours

SPD responded to 451 Peralta Ave regarding a subject who had just been robbed at gunpoint.  The victim advised two subjects pointed a gun at him and took his shoes and diamond chain.  The suspects fled in a vehicle.  Suspects: Two MHAs, approx. 21 years old, wearing black hoodie and black pants.  Suspect vehicle:  Grey Infiniti

DISTRICT 2

 19-144119 / ShotSpotter Arrest / xxxx Clay St / 0059 hours / 2A

One round ShotSpotter activation received from the above location.  NGET officers responded and contacted the occupants of the residence.  One subject attempted to flee out the back but was detained without incident.  A consent search yielded a loaded .40Cal firearm to which the subject who attempted to flee earlier admitted ownership.  He also admitted to firing one round into the air.  The subject was arrested for negligent discharge of a firearm.

19-145257 / 1951 Bell Ave / 2A / 927-459 / 2205 hours

SPD received a call from Amerimax Home Products (1951 Bell Ave) that their gate continued to open and close but no one was supposed to be on scene.  As Officers Johnson and Cumberland arrived on-scene a MBA, 30’s, wearing a hat and flannel shirt immediately fled from officers jumping fences.  Officers quickly set up a perimeter and where able to identify the subject as a parolee-at-large.  Officers, along with SPD K9, conducted an area search for the suspect with negative results.  Suspect: Raymond Aviles 8.25/1975.

19-143003 / 10851 & gun arrest / Beaumont & Lampasas / 0250 hours

Old North Sacramento (2B)

Officer Maclean went to contact a subject who exited a suspicious vehicle, and upon detaining him, a gun was located on the subject. A further investigation led to the discovery that the vehicle was cold-plated and stolen. The subject was booked without incident on multiple charges.

19-146579 / 2668 Del Paso Blvd / 2B / 941P / 2255 hours

SPD responded to 2668 Del Paso Blvd regarding private security detaining a subject with a blow torch.  Further investigation revealed the subject was attempting to break into a business.  The subject was arrested for attempt-burglary. Arrested: Christopher MacDougal 11/6/1990.

2B/West Del Paso Heights/Taylor Street & Johnnie Morris Ave./Tstop-(Pursuit)/0940 hours/19-149195 

Unit 1B26 (training car) attempted to make a vehicle stop on a Mustang (Lic #7WJP817) for a traffic violation.  The vehicle did not yield and a pursuit ensued.  The vehicle made it out onto Norwood and after traveling onto the wrong side of the roadway entered EB I-80.  The driver accelerated close to 100mph and was driving on the shoulder in moderate traffic.  The pursuit was canceled at Longview and I-80 due to speed.  CHP and SSD were notified.

19-149588 / Felony warrant arrest / Arcade & Belden / 1510 hours

South Hagginwood (2B)

Officers responded to a call regarding a subject waving a pipe around while threatening violence.  FTO Hosmer & Officer Manning located the subject in the 1100 block of Acacia, who was found to have outstanding felony warrants and arrested without incident. 

2B/Old North Sacramento/Lampasas Ave. & Beaumont Street/503P-(10851 VC Suspect Arrested)/0832 hours/19-151546

Ofc. Goodpaster (1B22) was enroute to a call when she saw two subjects inside of a parked stolen vehicle. The vehicle was taken from a business burglary earlier this morning. The subjects got into a Nissan and drove off, but pulled over on their own when they saw SPD behind them. Both subjects were detained without incident. Video from the 459 shows a MBA cutting the lock off of the gate to the business to enter the premises, then take the vehicle. The passenger in the Nissan matched the description from the video and was found to be wearing the same clothing. Based upon the evidence, he was arrested for 459 PC and 10851 VC. Outstanding spot by Ofc. Goodpaster.

19-148919 / Carjacking / Helena Ave and Auburn Blvd

0026 Hrs / Ben Ali (2C)

The victim was driving on Auburn Blvd when he saw a broken down Acura SUV parked on the westside, near Helena Ave.  He stopped and asked the female occupant if she needed assistance.  She advised her battery was dead so he positioned his car to help jumpstart her car.  At that point the female’s boyfriend came out of a hiding spot, hit the victim in the head with a handgun, and then searched his pockets stealing cash.  He then stole the victim’s car and the female followed in her Acura.  The victim sustained a substantial head injury, but is not in critical condition.  Officers checked the area for video, but due to the industrial location there were no open businesses to review video.  A call for dayshift was made up to check on a few specific locations.  RT was also advised due to the proximity to their facilities.

19-139524 / 2425 Northgate Blvd (El Primo Pizza) / 1C / 415W / 0055 hours

SPD received a call of a subject with a gun outside of El Primo Pizza.  Upon arrival officers discovered a subject had been involved in a fight with another patron, gone outside, and returned to the bar with a Mac-10 semi-auto assault pistol with a high capacity magazine.  The subject pointed the pistol at the security officer and attempted to rack a round into the chamber which caused it to jamb. The subject began waiving the pistol around trying to clear the jamb as the security officer and patrons stood by.  A female patron tackled the subject to the ground and additional patrons assisted her in dis-arming the subject.  Arrested: Uriel Torres-Dominguez  3/4/1999. 

2C/Old North Sacramento/xxx El Camino/Tstop-(Identity Theft/496 Arrest)/0939 hours/19-141969

Motor Officer Gabriel James stopped a car with three subjects on board.  He ran the three subjects and found that the driver (Antoine Soniea MBA 1/6/83 Xref-3768541) was on formal searchable probation and that all three had extensive criminal histories.  One of the passengers, Jamar Welcome, MBA, had a 10K warrant for hit and run.  Ofc. James requested assistance from patrol officers and proceeded to search the car.  Two ID’s belonging to recent 459 auto victims as well as gift cards recently purchased from the nearby Walgreens (as indicated by a recent receipt) were located.  Video from the Walgreens implicated the second passenger in the car, Carrie Duffey FWA, as well as Suspect Welcome in the purchase of gift cards using the stolen ID’s.  Both Duffey and Welcome were arrested for possession of stolen property and identity theft, and Welcome was also booked on his warrant.  During the call, Sgt. Nutley spoke with Fred Brown from TRDPD.  Ofc. Brown indicated that Twin Rivers has been having issues with 459 autos of parents cars with suspects immediately purchasing gift cards afterwards, often from the Walgreens on El Camino.   NCU North was advised for further follow up regarding this arrest in hopes that it may lead to further information on recent car clouts.  Great stop by Motor Officer James.  

2C / Indecent Exposure / Dixieanne & Empress / 1732 hours / 19-143758

The victim who is from New Hampshire is staying at a hotel off of Harvard Way.  She went to Chando’s Tacos to get food and started to walk on Empress.  A grey 2010-2013 Chevy Impala pulled up next to the victim.  The driver asked the victim for directions and as the victim looked into the car she sat the suspect exposing himself.  The victim quickly turned and began walking away.  The suspect slowing drove away trying to get the victim’s attention.  The suspect was described as a M/H/A, mid 20s-early 30’s, chubby, shaggy hair and clean shaven.  Once a report was taken Ofc. Penny drove the victim back to her hotel. 

19-157040 /415W/xxxx Boxwood Street/2C/1154 hours

Officers responded to a call regarding a male subject breaking out windows. Officers contacted a subject that was screaming who appeared agitated. The subject was dragging his feet over broken glass and breaking large shards of sharp glass over his head. The subject became semi cooperative and eventually calmed down enough to speak with Officer Case. During that time Officer Case was able to de-escalate the situation and safely take the individual into custody without incident. He was placed on a hold and taken to Kaiser North.

2018 Mental Health Statistics Final

February Monthly Mental Health Statistics

March 15, 2019

District 1

19-74892 / Business Burglary / 3810 Truxel Rd 0250 Hrs / 1A
The Cosmo Prof business at this location had the front glass smashed and was burglarized. Officers are still trying to determine what was stolen other than some expensive hairdryers. A witness did see a silver Mercedes leaving the area.

 

19-75403 / ATT 211 / 2050 Club Center (CVS) / 1435 hours Natomas Park (1A)
Multiple callers called 911 to report an attempted 211 at the CVS Pharmacy. Two MBA’s jumped over the pharmacy counter simulating a handgun and attempted to steal prescription pills from the business. The narcotics were secured in a time delay safe an no narcotics were actually stolen. During the incident, one suspect did assault one of the pharmacy employees, who did not need medical aid. Both MBA’s fled on foot in an E/B direction.

 

19-73199/POD/Silver Eagle and San Juan/1B/1039 Hours
Units were alerted to a 10851 going through a POD. The vehicle was located, and the driver was arrested for 10851 VC and 496 PC.

19-75918 / Shooting / 3300 block of Bridgeford Dr 0117 Hrs / South Natomas (1B)
The victim was sitting in his car when the suspects tapped on his window. It appeared like they were attempting to rob the victim, but a struggle ensued and multiple shots were fired. The victim was hit one time (not critical). The victim did not provide any further info, but it is obvious due to different shell casings and groupings, that there were at least two shooters with one party probably being with the victim.

 

19-77993 / Robbery / 1369 Garden Hwy 2052 Hrs / 1B
The victim was in the parking lot at Chevy’s on The River, when he was knocked down from behind. He had $400 cash stolen, as well as an iPhone. The victim believes the suspect was likely transient. The victim was not hurt.

 

1C / Homicide / 1400 Northgate / 1226 hours / 19-73299
Park Rangers were hailed by a witness who discovered a deceased female at a nearby camp. Homicide Detectives responded and took over the investigation. The Coroner has not identified the victim at this point.

1C/Gardenland/Northgate Blvd. & San Juan Road/POD hit-(Stolen Vehicle Arrest)/0859 hours/19-75038
Officers responded to the above area after receiving a POD hit on a stolen Toyota Camry. Ofc. Woo located the vehicle as it began going westbound on I-80 from Northgate. Once sufficient units arrived on scene they conducted a felony stop on the vehicle at Truxel Road & San Juan Road. The driver was detained without incident and identified as Daniel Trinidad (Xref-4153428). He was booked for 10851 VC.

 

19-76378 / 459 veh / 3625 Northgate Blvd / 1309 hours Northgate (1C)
The (V’s) were travelling thru Sacramento and pulled into the Food Co shopping center to get food and upon returning to their vehicle were victims of a window smash where property was taken. Shortly thereafter, we received information from the (V’s) that their credit card was being used at the Apple store at Arden Mall. Updates then showed their accounts being used at Nordstrom’s. Officers quickly descended upon the area although the (S’s) had already left. Arden Security identified (S’s) as a MBA/FBA, in a silver 2000’s Toyota 4d w/paper plates. The (V’s) lost an Apple Tablet, Iphone, Air Pods, Camera and 2K in cash.

DISTRICT 2

19-74542 / 245 / 3700 block of Clay / 1738 hours Del Paso Heights (2A)
The victim reported that a known female transient had thrown a rock at him, causing a cut on his cheek. Officers Oldes, Howard, and Whitaker located the suspect in the neighbors backyard, and took her into custody without incident.

 

19-74620 / 211 (gun) / 1500 block of Bell / 1850 hours Raley Industrial Park (2A)
(V) was selling a tablet online and agreed to meet at the above location. As they were discussing money, (S) produced a handgun and took the merchandise, leaving in a dark sedan. (V) was able to produce a license plate (which appears to be the right one), and officers checked a location for the car with negative results. Further follow-up is being completed including a search for any video that might have captured the incident.

19-75893 / Felony Assault / 4300 block of Burgess Dr  0023 Hrs / Robla (2A)
The victim was hanging out with an acquaintance (suspect) when things got heated over money owed. The suspect became so upset about money the victim owed him, that he stabbed the victim through his hand. District 1 officers responded to the suspect’s house, where he was arrested without incident.

 

2A / Burglary – Assault / 4800 Block of Dry Creek Rd / 1914 hours / 19-77901
A homeowner came home to find a male had broken into his home. When the homeowner confronted the suspect, he threatened him with a knife and fled from the residence. The suspect fled into a wooded area. The suspect was described as a M/H/A, 5’5, medium build, blk short hair, thin mustache, light blue shirt and blue jeans. It is unknown at this time if anything was taken from the residence.

 

19-78146 / Occupied Stolen Vehicle / Marysville Blvd and Claire Ave 0043 Hrs / 2A
Officer Hastings was patrolling in the north area when he located a stolen vehicle that had recently gone through a POD. The driver was taken into custody, without incident, after he drove down a dead-end road.

2B / POD – Stolen Vehicle / Rio Linda & Eleanor / 1604 hours / 19-73468
Officers were alerted to a stolen vehicle by a POD. Officers located the vehicle in the area and conducted a felony stop. The driver was arrested without incident and the driver was found to have an outstanding felony warrant.


2B/West Del Paso Heights/Norwood & Silver Eagle/POD hit-(Pursuit)/0817 hours/19-75003
Officers responded to the above area after receiving a POD hit on a stolen black Jeep Grand Cherokee. Ofc. Gray located the vehicle at a car wash at 3214 Northgate Blvd. When Ofc. Gray observed the vehicle there was a MBA outside of the car washing it. He requested more units to safely conduct a felony stop. As other units were arriving the MBA jumped back in the car and fled at a high rate of speed. Ofc. Prahl (Beat3) got behind the vehicle and initiated a pursuit. The suspect got on eastbound 80 and reached speeds over 100 MPH. The suspect then began driving on the shoulder of the freeway over 100 MPH. At that time, the pursuit was cancelled. The suspect then exited on to Marysville Blvd. where units were able to safely re-engage in the pursuit. The suspect went eastbound on North Ave. to Winters where he went back on the freeway. When the suspect exited Greenback and briefly drove on the wrong side of the road the pursuit was cancelled again by the involved officers. CHP later advised the suspect was still traveling at a high rate of speed on I-80 past Reed Ave. A short time later Sgt. Bevins (2SM1) was notified that Solano CHP had the vehicle and the suspects in custody after engaging them in a pursuit before ultimately performing a PIT maneuver to disable to vehicle. The female suspect was identified as Lily Blythe (DOB: 8/3/97). At this time the male half has yet to be identified but is in custody. Solano County CHP booked the pair for possession of a stolen car, the pursuit and a slew of traffic violations.

2B/Hagginwood/XXX Carmelita Ave./971W-(Weapons Arrest: PRCS Probationer)/1209 hours/19-76309
Complainant called in saying he observed a MHA in a black tank top with multiple tattoos wearing a handgun on his hip. Complainant got the plate of the silver Toyota Camry (Lic# 8EER235) that the suspect left in. Sergeant Nutley (2SM2) spotted the 2018 Camry at Rivera Drive and Rio Linda Blvd. with two subjects on board. Units arrived to assist. The driver, Raul Garcia (MHA) matched the description of suspect with the gun. Once detained, he advised that he was on PRCS probation but claimed he had no gun. Inside the car, officers observed a revolver in a black holster shoved into the backrest of the passenger seat just as a driver would do to conceal it from his position. Under Miranda waiver, the driver admitted to his prints being on the gun and having handled it, but stated that it was not his. He (Garcia) also had a felony warrant for his arrest. Great job by Sergeant Nutley and his officers.

 

19-76950 / Resisting Arrest / Acacia Ave and Rio Linda Blvd 2310 Hrs / South Hagginwood (2B)
Ofc. Dahl and Trainee Ofc. Dales contacted a subject for failing to have a bike light. When they asked for ID the subject began to move away as if he was going to flee. When they attempted to place him in control holds, he began to fight. They were able to detain him after a few moments. He was a recently discharged parolee who had narcotics in his possession. The suspect had a minor injury.

 

2B / POD – Stolen Vehicle / Silver Eagle & Norwood Ave / 1622 hours / 19-77693
Officer were alerted to a stolen vehicle in the area. Officers located the vehicle unoccupied at the AM/PM on Norwood. Officers detained two subjects that were loitering around the vehicle, one of which had the keys in her possession but claimed ignorance. Officers did follow-up at the business, reviewing surveillance footage and observed both arrive in the vehicle. The driver was ultimately arrested for 10851 VC. (Arrested: Jullian Randle, 9/26/92)

 

2B / Assault w/Deadly Weapon / 3296 Marysville Blvd / 1746 hours / 19-77797
Employees at the Quick Stop called to report a male being assaulted with a baseball bat in the parking lot. Officers arrived and detained all the parties without incident. The victim in the case was found to be the instigator who originally had the bat and hit the victims. The victims were able to get the bat away from the suspect and hit him multiple times. No medical aid was needed for any of the parties. (Arrested: Savon Johnson, 1/21/93 for 245 PC)

 

19-78490/480/Del Paso Boulevard and Palmer Street/2B/1124 Hours
Officers responded to a hit and run that had just occurred with a male subject lying in the intersection with significant injuries. He had been riding a bicycle when he was struck by a vehicle that fled the scene. He was transported to UCD. Officers were able to locate surveillance footage in the area that captured the event and were able to get out vehicle information. MCIU was advised of the event and patrol handled the preliminary investigation.

 

2C / POD – Stolen Vehicle / 1689 Arden Way / 1934 hours / 19-72685
Officers were alerted to a stolen vehicle in the parking lot of the mall. Security located the vehicle with their cameras on the 2nd story parking garage behind Macy’s. Officers located the vehicle unoccupied and waited until the suspects came back to the car. The suspects were all juveniles and were detained without incident. The driver was arrested for auto theft.

 

19-75824 / Felony Assault / Colfax St and Arden Way 2226 Hrs / Old North Sacramento (2C)
The suspect had a minor fender bender with the victim, who was on a motorcycle. The victim followed the suspect, assuming he was going to stop and exchange info. The suspect then purposely tried to drive the victim off the road way. After the attempted assault, the suspect fled at a high rate of speed but failed to negotiate the roadway and crashed into the creek just off of Arden-Garden Connector. Luckily he was not hurt, but he was arrested.

 

2C/Old North Sacramento/Cambridge Street & Dixieanne Ave./927P-(Foot Pursuit-1203.2 PC Arrest)/1106 hours/19-77354
Ofc. Kraintz and Sandoval spotted a subject (MBA-6 ft. all black clothing) who resembled the outstanding suspect from a 459.5/211 PC at the Grocery Outlet on 2/26/19. They attempted to contact the subject who immediately ditched his backpack and fled. Ofc. Sandoval briefly chased the suspect who jumped a fence. Officers quickly set up a perimeter and requested air support and K-9. K-9 units and Air-1 arrived as a citizen pointed out where she possibly saw the suspect in a backyard. Announcements were made and K9 units started a search. The subject was located and immediately surrendered without any use of force. The suspect was identified as a probationer and various burglary tools were found in the backpack. Although he was eliminated as the Grocery outlet suspect, he was arrested for probation violation 1203.2A PC, 148a PC, and possession of the burglary tools. Great job by officers on a quick perimeter with excellent support by K-9 (including K9 Officer Mike Pinola’s first week with his new K9 partner) and Air 1.

 

April, 5, 2019

District 1

19-96256 / 2941 Advantage Way / 1A / 459-Auto / 2136 hours

Victim parked his vehicle in the IHOP parking lot and went inside to eat.  Upon his return he discovered his vehicle had been 459 and his .40 cal semi-auto pistol had been stolen. 

 

1A/Natomas/3651 N. Freeway Blvd. (Off Broadway Shoes)/459P-(Burglary Business)/0827 hours/19-97737

Officers responded to the DSW Shoe store regarding a possible 459.  Upon arrival officers located a broken window big enough for entry to be made.  Officers cleared the business but did not locate any suspects.  Employees advised several pairs of shoes appeared to have been taken but they would need to do inventory to determine how much was taken. 

 

DISTRICT 2

19-100118 / 4405 Rio Linda Blvd / 1338 hours

Robla (2A)

This is a PG&E Water Treatment Facility. Comp came to the location to get some equipment and noticed a significant amount of property was stolen from the facility, estimating approximately 150K in equipment.

 

19-95498/921P/Fairfield and Lampasas/2B/1121 Hours

The owner of a vehicle called police when she saw an unknown subject breaking into her car. Units arrived on scene and detained the suspect. The suspect had removed parts from the vehicle, which were found on his person. Jonathan Moore (10/21/64 X-646416) was arrested for 459 PC.

 

19-98158 / Traffic Stop & Foot Pursuit / Del Paso Blvd & Eleanor / 1704 Hours / 2B

Officers conducted an enforcement stop at the above location.  After attempting to lie about his identity, the front right passenger attempted to flee on foot.  Officers gave chase and quickly apprehended the subject without further incident.  The subject was found to be a Parolee at Large and had methamphetamine in his possession.  He was arrested on his warrant and drug charges.

 

19-98542 / POD / Silver Eagle Rd and Norwood Ave

2330 Hrs / West Del Paso Heights (2B)

Ofc. Smalling was in the area when a stolen car passed through the POD.  He quickly located the car and took the driver into custody without incident.

 

19-98537 / Foot Pursuit / 1500 Block of Sonoma Ave

0248 Hrs / Hagginwood (2B)

Officers responded regarding a possible burglary suspect from an incident in February.  Upon arriving, the suspect fled out a back window.  Officers quickly set-up a perimeter and after a little digging discovered that the suspect had an active felony warrant for a different burglary.  While K9 was searching the perimeter, the suspect fled multiple times.  Due to really good perimeter tactics, units were able to eventually apprehend the suspect.  Once arrested for his warrant and 148, it was also discovered that he is not only a suspect in a burglary, but also possibly involved in a sexual assault (SACA being advised by Sgt. Longanecker).  The North Area and Downtown officers demonstrated great patience and discipline on this call.

 

19-99433 / Felony Assault / 3000 block of Sendero St

1959 Hrs / Hagginwood (2B)

Officers responded for a subject who had a severe arm injury, possibly from an assault. After officers obtained  the information for the report, the subject left in an ambulance for treatment. For an unknown reason he then became upset with the medic and punched him one time before fleeing from the ambulance. Officers responded again and this time he took a fighting stance with them. Officers deployed a taser and effectively took him into custody.

 

19-100827 / Pursuit / Rio Linda Blvd and Eleanor Ave

0220 Hrs / South Hagginwood (2B)

Officers broadcast information on a stolen vehicle that had passed through a POD here. Ofc. Maclean was able to locate the car a short time later and it immediately turned into a pursuit.  After about 5 minutes officers lost the car and the suspect escaped.

 

2B/South Hagginwood/Diamond Ave. & Pamela Drive/Tstop-(Foot Bail: 10851 Arrest)/0427 hours/19-100851

Late Watch Officer Macclean (1A26) observed a White Honda Accord (#7HJK173) driving erratically and attempted to stop it.  The vehicle immediately sped around a corner and the four MBJ occupants fled out of the car on foot near the levee. District 1 and 2 units moved in quickly and working together apprehended all four occupants.  A replica Glock (BB) handgun was located inside the vehicle. Great work by Officer Maclean and all involved.  The vehicle was found to be stolen.

 

2B / Robbery / 2541 Del Paso Blvd (SJ Dollar Plus) / 1754 hours / 19-101602

A M/B/A, mid 20’s wearing a red/black jacket,  black pants and a black mask entered the store and said he had a gun.  He took $400-$500 in cash and fled on foot.  He was last seen running and jumping neighborhood fences.  Officers checked the area but did not locate the suspect.

 

19-101852 / 215 / 2000 block of Traction Ave / 2B / 2233 hrs

The victim met some friends at the Red Roof Inn (Watt/Longview) and helped them move some belongings to Traction Ave.  While unloading, the victim noticed his friend Monica on her phone and then walk away.  Moments later, Monica’s husband arrived and pointed a handgun at the victim.  A second suspect showed up and was also armed with a handgun.  S2 struck the victim on the head with the handgun.  The victim dropped his car keys and ran away.  The victim’s vehicle and cellphone were taken from the scene.  The victim knows one of the suspects by a nickname and can ID both of them.  215 vehicle is a 2004 red Honda Odyssey 5FZC924.

 

2B / Pursuit / Eleanor & Altos / 1422 hours / 19-102551

SWAT officers observed a vehicle driving recklessly in the area.  When they tried to stop the vehicle, the driver took off and led the officers on a short vehicle pursuit up the bike path.  The driver foot-bailed from the vehicle and a perimeter was quickly established.  As officers were about to start a K9 search, the suspect surrendered without in incident.  The driver (Donald Dibble, 5/2/79) was arrested for evading, resisting, narcotics possession and violation of probation. 

 

19-103035 / SHOTS / 3500 block of Taylor St / 2B / 2113 hrs

Officers responded to a four round activation and located four 9mm spent shell casings on the sidewalk.  Residents noticed a man walking nearby wearing a hoodie and a dark colored sedan driving by after the shots were heard. 

 

19-103077 / 594 / 901 El Camino Ave / 2B / 2202 hrs

A man was under the influence of narcotics and jumped on a couple vehicles.  He then climbed on the roof of Popeye’s Chicken until Air1 convinced him to come down.  He caused some damage (over $1,000) to some light fixtures at the business.  He had to be medically cleared before his trip to jail.  Officers are still at the hospital waiting for him to be checked out by a physician.

 

2C/Woodlake/Arden Way & Oxford Street/927P-(Wanted 211 Suspect Arrested)/1054 hours/19-10190

Sergeant Nutley (2SM2) was in the area when he spotted a 211 strongarm suspect from an IB put out by Det. Pullen yesterday (Case #19-93245).  The juvenile suspect saw Sgt. Nutley’s police car and started to walk away.  Sgt. Nutley quickly called in additional units and waited until sufficient units were nearby.  The suspect started to run as units closed in but tripped and was apprehended near his home at Del Paso Blvd. & Fairfield Street.  The suspect also had a 602 W&I warrant.  He was arrested for the no bail warrant and taken to Juvenile Hall and detectives were advised for follow up.  Great job by Sgt. Nutley and his team.

19-100743 / Robbery / 1300 El Monte Ave

2306 Hrs / Old North Sacramento (2C)

This location appears to be a marijuana dispensary.  A group of subjects attempted to burglarize the location when security confronted them.  One of the suspects pointed a gun at the security guard and demanded his property.  They then all fled possibly in a newer, grey Mazda.  The security guard was not hurt and it does not appear like the suspects made entry into the location.

 

19-102394/211-Strong arm/1870 Arden Way (Hobby Lobby) 2C/1205 Hours

Two MBAs enter the store and proceed to check out concealing items without paying. When they are confronted, they make their way for the front door. An employee tried to stop them, and one suspect rammed the cart into the employee which knocked her to the ground. The suspects fled into a lime green 70’s Monte Carlo with green rims.

 

19-96526/459P/2360 Harvard Street/2C/0401 Hours

Ofc. Tsverov and Ofc. Smalling responded to a burglary alarm at 2360 Harvard Street which is a marijuana delivery business. When officers arrived on scene, there were three MBAs breaking into the business using a prybar while a fourth MBA was seated in a parked car.  Officer Tsverov was able to detain the driver, Diandre Elliott (X-4551827) while the other three subjects took off on foot running east and southbound. Officer Smalling observed the subjects jumping the fence into the tow yard at xxxx Silica Ave. Units from D1, D2, D3, and D6 responded to assist with the perimeter.  SSD K98 and SPD K913 also responded to the scene to assist. Once the perimeter was set, Ofc. Greg James talked to the private security and confirmed that they had heard noises along the fence line with xxxx Silica Ave.  As Ofc. James checked the fence line, he located subject, Andre Smith (x-4795929) trying to hide in the bushes. A third MBA came out of the perimeter and was detained by Ofc. Hoh, who was at the Arden Way exit ramp.  The subject was identified as Isaiah Mitchell (X-4971705).Due to the possibility of tow company staff being on scene, K913 and additional officers conducted a line search of xxxx Silica Avenue. When they got to south end of the yard, the fourth MBA exited the unlocked vehicle he had been hiding in. The subject was identified as Devin Benjamin (x-5014787). The business had numerous video surveillance cameras.  Officers were able to watch the video surveillance and confirm the correct suspects had been detained based upon clothing. The four suspects were transported to SCMJ and booked.

 

Click here to access a new tool that the community can use to get a better understanding of crime in their area. You will be able to see that crime is going up and we have a long way to go. We need to continue to work together and we need our community to continue to call and report crime. We use that data to deploy our resources. 

Police District Maps

Geographic Lieutenants

1A – Roman Murrietta

1B & 1C – Ethan Hanson

2A & 2B – Bryce Heinlein

2C & Del Paso PBID – Rudy Chan

Police Code List