Weekend Crime Reports from SacPD

From Captain Jeff Schiele of the North Command at the William J. Kinney Facility:

1-27-08 Armed Robbery,
San Juan Rd &Truxel Rd.

Beat Officers responded to a robbery report at San Juan/Truxel. The victim’s vehicle broke down and was waiting for assistance when (3) male Hispanics approached him. One suspect was armed with a pocket knife. The suspects demanded the victim’s car keys and wallet. The suspects fled into a nearby apartment complex. Officers checked the area but were unable to locate the suspects.

1-27-08, Stolen Vehicle/ Possession of Stolen Property,
El Camino & Azevedo.

Beat Officer observed a stolen vehicle driving in the neighborhood. The suspect driver was arrested without incident. Follow-up investigation revealed some property taken in an armed robbery earlier in the week at Gateway Oaks & West El Camino. Suspect was booked for
auto theft and possession of stolen property.

1-27-08, Stolen Vehicle,
683 El Camino Ave.

District Lieutenant observed a suspicious vehicle at 683 El Camino Ave. A registration check revealed it to be a Stolen Vehicle. The suspect was taken into custody without incident.

1-27-08, Parking Violations,
4400 Truxel Road.

Community Service Officers followed-up on a community complaint about illegal parking at the Tascro Apartment complex (4400 Truxel Rd). The CSO wrote eighteen (18) parking citations for illegal parking in red & blue zones.

1-26-09, Armed Robbery/Parolee in possession of a gun,
Center Court Restaurant , 3600 N. Freeway Blvd.

Large event at the Center Court Restaurant. During the event, an armed robbery occurred in the parking lot. The suspect vehicle was described as a maroon Cadillac escalade with tinted windows and large rims. The Beat Officers were close by when the robbery call was received. As the Officers were checking the parking lot they located a Cadillac Escalade matching the description, with a handgun visible in the door pocket. The owner of the vehicle was identified and found to be on parole. The gun was found to be a loaded .45 semi-auto and was seized as evidence.

Anyone with information about the above listed crimes is encouraged to contact Detective Sergeant Bruce Dubke at (916) 566-2410.

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