Natomas Cops Log – Oct. 12, 2014

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Incidents are from shifts starting Oct. 11, 2014:

14-287045 (Assault): 1700 block of Teralba Way at 1:15 p.m.
Officers responded to a report of domestic violence. The female victim was contacted; however the known suspect was not on scene when the report was made. The female was assaulted and threatened by the suspect.

Incidents are from shifts starting Oct. 10, 2014:

14-286762 (Vehicle Stop): 1600 block of W El Camino Ave at 2:41 a.m.
An officer conducted a vehicle stop in the area. The driver of the vehicle was arrested for suspicion of DUI.

14-286179 (Stolen Vehicle): 3600 block of N Freeway Blvd at 4:32 p.m.
An officer was working patrol at the location and located two subjects standing near a stolen vehicle. Officers determined that two other subjects inside of a store at the location reportedly had control of the vehicle. The other subjects were contacted in the parking lot at the location and arrested for vehicle theft. One of the subjects was also found in possession of stolen property taken from the store and was arrested for burglary.

14-286208 (Stolen Vehicle): 100 block of Anava Ct at 4:52 p.m.
Officers responded to the area regarding a report of a stolen vehicle. Three male juvenile suspects reportedly met the victim at a residence regarding the purchase of a vehicle. The suspects gained access to, stole the victim’s vehicle, and fled the area. Officers quickly spotted the vehicle in an area parking lot, but it immediately fled. After a short pursuit, all three suspects fled on foot from the vehicle and were later located and arrested for vehicle theft and other related charges.

Incidents are from shifts starting Oct. 9, 2014:

No incidents.

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.

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