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Captain Jim Maccoun's Crime Reports
This information is provided so you can have a timely snapshot of significant events in our community. It is my intention to list suspect apprehensions and crimes of interest (i.e., robberies, assaults, burglaries, homicides), traffic enforcement efforts, and conditions caused by natural events (flooding, road closures, etc.) You may share this information with your fellow community members. The 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.
In an emergency, always call the police before calling security services. Both will respond immediately, but the police can respond with more resources and authority than a security service can. (An emergency is a situation which poses an immediate risk to health, life, property or environment that requires immediate action to prevent a worsening of the situation.) If possible, call both police and security.
PHONE NUMBERS YOU SHOULD HAVE IN YOUR CELL:
911 calls from your cell phone are routed through CHP before SacPD or fire. To avoid delays, program these into your cell phone:
Sac PD 732-0100 when you are in town, continue to use 911 if you are on the highway
Sac Fire/Medical 228-3000
(911 from a land line still works, of course)
Sac PD 264-5471
Sac Fire/Medical 433-1300
PALADIN PRIVATE SECURITY:
(for the communities they serve) 331-3175
In an emergency, call police before security services. See note above regarding emergencies.
Even in non-emergency situations, be sure to report ALL suspicious activity to the police non-emergency number; the reports get logged in a database which is used by city leaders to determine police budgets and resource allocation. If the database shows no calls for service, then they assume there's no crime!
Remember to always let someone know you are home when they are knocking or ringing the door bell. Always look out for your neighborhood and call in ALL suspicious activity!
If you observe a crime in progress call 9-1-1.
If you have information regarding some of the above crimes please call Crime Alert at 443-HELP or 1-800-AA-CRIME. (You can remain anonymous)
GET CASH FOR QUALIFIED CRIME TIPS:
You can receive a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of a suspect or information that solves an unsolved crime. Check the wanted suspect list and submit tips at http://www.crimealert.org/ or call (916) 443-HELP(4357)
Captain Daniel Hahn
Sacramento Police Department
Patrol Division - North Command
3550 Marysville Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95838
RECENT CALLS/ARRESTS OF INTEREST:
BOLO information for this week: See photos below, while we have a small cluster of burglaries at Waterwheel/Mossybank in S. Natomas our numbers are much better this week!
On Saturday, September 18, 2010, at 6:24 a.m., a vehicle entered the drive-thru of a fast-food restaurant located in the 3700 block of Northgate Boulevard. A male passenger from the vehicle got out and approached the employee at the drive-thru window. The suspect demanded money at gunpoint. The employee was unable to open the register. The suspect pistol whipped the employee and then fled in the vehicle.
Related crimes for this week in your area:
-Three business robberies which are listed below are believed to be related. Our investigators are working these cases actively at this time. Our Detectives have not released surveillance video at this time. The basic descriptions are of Male White 20-s-30's or Male Hispanic 20's-30's as well as a Male Asian (possibly of Samoan descent) driving the following vehicle:
mid 90’s, black Honda Accord with stock rims and wheels.
Some great arrests for the past week:
10-273769, 11350, 11364, 148.9, warrants, Northgate Blvd/Potomac Ave, 0003
Officers Stone and Stanionis conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for speeding and having a tail light out. As a result, they located a syringe loaded with heroin, and there were several other empty syringes. One of the subjects lied about there name, and when the officers properly ID'd him, he had outstanding warrants for his arrest.
Arrested: Athena Dressler 1/5/74
Arrested: Nick Pacheco 12/16/89
Submitted by admin on Sun, 09/12/2010 - 10:25pm
Things have quieted down since the weekend. The follow up investigation on the previously reported street robberies has been fruitful and arrests have been made. However, to date, the arrests have been juveniles and their identities are protected by law. Our day shift officers on Sgt. Bickel's and Sgt. Petite's teams located and returned over 20 truants this week.
I have attached the bulletin from last weekend's bank robbery. These guys are very dangerous, organized, and have their own distinctive uniform.
BOLO: On 8-31-10 we had a burglary in the 5400 Block of Duck Walk Way (10-261390). Please be on the look out for a male black, 5-7, 200-210lbs, stocky, short afro, scruffy beard, black jacket, long black shorts..VEH: White truck, possible Toyota, Plate contains following letters/unsure order: L, P, 2, 7, 4, 9...Taken were two laptops.
10-265986, Armed Bank Robbery, 3645 N Freeway Blvd. (Bank of America) 0914hrs
Officers have been conducting extra enforcement in and around Sand Cove Park due to an increase in problems. Chief issues here are assaults and alcohol issues. Officers will do more frequent park checks and assist Park Safety Units with closing. Please call us if you see unruly groups or activity.
Sobriety and Drivers License Checkpoint Notification
Reference No. 20100902-157 Thursday, September 02, 2010
The Sacramento Police Department will conduct a sobriety and drivers license checkpoint on Friday, September 3, 2010, at Florin Road and 24th Street. It will begin at 8:30 p.m. and run for 5-7 hours. Traffic flowing through the checkpoint will be contacted by uniformed officers, who will be checking for alcohol and/or drug-impaired drivers. Officers will also check to make sure all drivers have a valid driver's license.
Officers have been conducting extra enforcement in and around Northgate Park due to an increase in complaints. Neighbors have reported that the park has become popular for teenagers and there is an increase in drinking. Officers will continue to do park checks and investigate these complaints. Park Safety Units are also aware of these complaints.
Truancy Update- Officer Egeland has been meeting with the high school principals in Natomas to coordinate truancy enforcement. If you see kids out and about when they should be in school, please call us!
(240947) 8/13/10 10:40 pm 1900 Block of Mammoth Wy- DUI/Child Endangerment