Natomas Cops Log – Oct. 16, 2014

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Incidents are from shifts starting Oct. 15, 2014:

14-291406 (Burglary): 3600 block of Northgate Blvd at 4:34 a.m.
Officers responded to a report of a burglary alarm and forced entry into a closed business. It is unknown if anything was taken and a burglary report was generated.

14-290907 (Theft): 2700 block of Del Paso Rd at 3:22 p.m.
Officers responded to assist a victim who had located his stolen bike. Officers met with the victim who had responded to an on line ad listing his stolen bike for sale. Officers made contact with the seller and confirmed the bike belonged to the victim and arrested the suspect for possession of stolen property.

14-291141 (Attempt Robbery): 800 block of San Juan Rd at 7:51 p.m.
The victim and his girlfriend were walking in the area when they were approached by multiple suspects who demanded money and physically assaulted the victim. The suspects fled after the victim did not have money. The suspects were described as juveniles between the age of 12 and 16. The victim received minor injuries.

Incidents are from shifts starting Oct. 14, 2014:

14-290467 (Burglary): 3600 block of Truxel Rd at 3:52 a.m.
Officers responded to a report of an alarm. They arrived and found that the front door was shattered and the business was burglarized. Unknown what was stolen.

Incidents are from shifts starting Oct. 13, 2014:

14-288747 (Suspicious Subject): 2500 block of Millcreek Dr at 8:54 a.m.
Officers responded to the location regarding a suspicious subject who was reportedly inappropriately touching himself. Officers determined that the suspect had an outstanding warrant and he was arrested. A report was generated.

Incidents are from shifts starting Oct. 12, 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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