Natomas Cops Log – Jan. 16, 2016

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Incidents are from shifts starting Jan. 15:

16-013854 (Vehicle Collision): Northgate Blvd / W El Camino Ave at 2043 hours.
A pedestrian was walking in the roadway when she was struck by a vehicle. The driver of the vehicle remained at the scene until officers arrived. Sacramento fire personnel responded to the location and transported the pedestrian for non-life threatening injuries. A report was generated.

Incidents are from shifts starting Jan. 14:

16-012093 (Warrant Arrest): 300 block of Tenaya Ave at 0023 hours.
Officers responded to the above residence regarding the attempt pick-up of a wanted subject. Officers quickly located their wanted suspect who was safely detained. While on scene, they contacted a second subject who also had an outstanding warrant. Officers located a third subject and while attempting to detain him, a struggle ensued. The man was safely detained and ultimately arrested for resisting arrest.


16-012965 (Missing Person): 1200 block of Andalusia Dr at 2122 hours.
Officers responded to the report of a missing person. The 16-year-old female has ran away in the past. Officers checked multiple locations for the missing person. A report was generated.

Incidents are from shifts starting Jan. 13 :

16-011531 (Stolen Vehicle): W El Camino Ave / Truxel Rd at 1251 hours.
Officers were patrolling in the above area when they received a POD alert on a stolen vehicle. Officers located the stolen vehicle and safely detained the driver who was ultimately arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle.


16-012013 (Stolen Vehicle): American Ave / Cleveland Ave at 2218 hours.
Officers were patrolling in the above area when they observed a possible stolen vehicle. Officers stopped the vehicle and contacted the driver who was ultimately arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle and an outstanding warrant. One passenger inside the vehicle was also arrested for an outstanding warrant.

Incidents are from shifts starting Jan. 12:

No incidents reported by SacPD.

Incidents are from shifts starting Jan. 11:

16-009972 (Assault): Northgate Blvd / San Juan Rd at 1907 hours.
Officers responded to the location regarding a report of an assault with no injuries. The victim’s vehicle was intentionally hit by a known suspect and his car following a dispute. Officers located the suspect at an area residence and he was arrested for assault.


16-010169 (Ringing Alarm): 2400 block of Northgate Blvd at 2344 hours.
Officers responded to the location regarding a report of a ringing alarm discovered that the business had been burglarized with property taken. A report was generated.

Incidents are from shifts starting Jan. 10:

16-008518 (Vandalism): 2100 block of Zurlo Way at 0214 hours.
Officers responded to the residence regarding a report of vandalism. The suspect engaged in a physical altercation with another family member and damaged her vehicle which was parked near the home. Officers arrived on scene and arrested the man for vandalism.


16-008536 (Vehicle Accident): Edmonton Dr / Northstead Dr at 0300 hours.
Officers responded to the location regarding a report of a single vehicle accident with no injuries. The driver the car left the roadway and struck a fixed object in the area. A report was generated.


16-008791 (Assault): 3200 block of Truxel Rd at 1358 hours.
Officers made contact with a man who was reportedly assaulted in the area. Upon contact, the man became combative and a struggle ensued. Officers were able to subdue the man following the brief struggle and he was arrested for assault after treatment at an area hospital.


16-009143 (Vehicle Burglary): Stonecreek Dr / Woodridge Oak Way at 2113 hours.
Officers were working patrol in the area when the observed a suspicious subject hiding inside of a vehicle. When they attempted to contact the man, he fled on foot, but was quickly apprehended. Officers later discovered that the suspect had burglarized the car in question. He was arrested for multiple crimes.

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.