Natomas Cops Log – Nov. 10, 2015

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Incidents are from shifts starting Nov. 9, 2015:

15-321434 (Domestic Violence): 1100 block of Rudger Way at 0054 hours.
Officers responded to the residence regarding a report of domestic violence. The suspect reportedly displayed erratic behavior, assaulted the victim and her roommate, and remained at the location. Upon arrival, officers located the suspect as he fled on foot to a room inside of the home and armed himself with knives. The man was subsequently subdued with the use of a CED and taken into custody. Following treatment at an area hospital, he was arrested for domestic violence, battery, and resisting arrest.


15-321445 (Ringing Alarm): 2300 block of Northgate Blvd at 0130 hours.
Officers responded regarding a report of a ringing alarm and determined that forced entry had been made to the location with property taken. A report was generated and follow-up was conducted.


15-321840 (Burglary ): 1700 block of Pebblewood Dr at 1346 hours.
Officers responded to the residence regarding a report of a burglary and determined that forced entry had been made to the home with property taken. A report was generated.


15-321877 (Trespass): 1500 block of W El Camino Ave at 1433 hours.
Officers responded to the location regarding a report of trespassing. Officers made contact with a woman previously identified by a security employee and found drugs in her possession. The woman was arrested as a result.

Incidents are from shifts starting Nov. 8, 2015:

15-321114 (Vehicle Stop): San Juan Rd / Truxel Rd at 1641 hours.
Officers stopped a vehicle in the area and detained the driver after discovering drugs in the car during a search. During the investigation, officers also searched the driver’s home and found additional drugs, including a firearm. The suspect was arrested for drug and weapons crimes, including a violation of parole.


15-321317 (Stolen Vehicle): Northgate Blvd / San Juan Rd at 2118 hours.
A sergeant working in the area stopped a stolen vehicle at the location and detained two occupants. During the investigation, one woman was found responsible for the theft and she was arrested.


15-321378 (Ringing Alarm): 3400 block of Northgate Blvd at 2258 hours.
Officers responded regarding a report of a ringing alarm and determined that forced entry had been made to the location. Property taken from the location was not determined and a report was generated.

Incidents are from shifts starting Nov. 7, 2015:

15-319695 (Missing Person): 3500 block of Summer Park Dr at 0035 hours.
Officers responded to the report of a missing 14-year old who had gone to a football game earlier in the evening. The missing person did not return home at the agreed upon time. The MP has history of running away. Officers checked the area but could not locate the missing person. The investigation remains active and on-going.


15-319772 (Intoxicated Subject): 3600 block of Truxel Rd at 0321 hours.
Officers responded to the area regarding a subject making allegations that there was an “emergency.” The subject was talking irrational and wasn’t making sense. Officers located him in the parking lot and found him to be intoxicated. He was booked for being intoxicated in public.


15-320071 (Robbery): Cagney Way / Crest Dr at 1402 hours.
The victims were riding bicycles in the area when they were confronted by multiple juvenile suspects in a van. The suspects assaulted the victims, took their bikes, and fled in a vehicle. A report was generated and follow-up was conducted.


15-320182 (Stolen Vehicle): W El Camino Ave / Northgate Blvd at 1620 hours.
An officer stopped a stolen vehicle in the area, detained the driver, and she was arrested for vehicle theft.

Incidents are from shifts starting Nov. 6, 2015:

15-319036 (Theft): 1500 block of W El Camino Ave at 1318 hours.
A suspect entered a nearby business and stole liquor. The business called in the description of the suspect and responding officers located him. The suspect was booked for the theft, a felony warrant, and a parole violation.


15-319462 (Firearm & Narcotic Arrest): 1600 block Scarlet Ash Ave at 1927 hours.
Officers responded to a family disturbance where one subject reportedly had a gun with him. Officers contacted a group of subjects in the area and found one subject to have a firearm and narcotics on his person. The subject was booked on weapons and narcotic related charges.


15-319472 (Stabbing): 3400 block of Northgate Blvd at 1941 hours.
Officers responded to a report of a subject stabbed at the above location. Investigation revealed that a physical fight occurred after an argument. This appeared to be the second altercation that evening with these subjects. During the second fight, the subject returned and stabbed the victim who had assaulted him before. The stabbing victim and the suspect were both found to be juveniles and know each other from the area. The investigation is active and on-going.


15-319641 (Domestic Dispute): 5300 block of Baccus Way at 2318 hours.
Officers responded to the area regarding a domestic dispute. Upon arrival, officers found that the suspect came over to his ex-girlfriend’s house and forced entry inside, where he physically assaulted her. Both parties were on scene and the suspect was booked for domestic violence related charges.

Incidents are from shifts starting Nov. 5, 2015:

15-318233 (Stolen Vehicle): W El Camino Ave / Truxel Rd at 1551 hours.

Officers were alerted of a POD hit for a stolen Chevrolet truck. An officer observed the vehicle in the area and conducted a felony vehicle stop at Del Paso/El Camino. Further investigation revealed a stolen bicycle was also in the back of the truck. The driver was booked for auto theft and possession of stolen property.

All information herein is provided by Sacramento Police Department for the 95833, 95834 and 95835 zip codes. 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. The information provided may be found after further investigation to be incorrect or false. Certain details of these incidents have been removed due to potential follow up investigation into the incident and/or for privacy rights.