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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
(163729) 6/2/10 @ 11:24 pm, 3181 Azevedo Dr (River Glen Apts), Robbery, S. Natomas: The victim lives on Manzanita in the county. She knows the suspect from a liquor store (5 Star Liquor - 5038 Marconi). On the above date, she got into the suspects car to go over to his brothers house (River Glen Apts) to drink and smoke "weed". They parked the car on Osuna and began to walk to the apartment complex. The suspect suddenly grabbed the victim's purse (had her rent money inside) and ran back to the car. The victim chased him but she fell off the car as the suspect drove away.
(160393) 5/30/10 @ 9:55 pm, I-5/Del Paso Rd, DUI/Pursuit/Arrest, N. Natomas: Officers Lopez and Wiseman were driving on I-5 when they observed a dark blue Nissan truck swerving from lane to lane. They attempted to stop the truck but it continued north on I-5. Officers pursued the truck until it stopped at the split of Hwy 99 and Marysville. The driver had a suspended drivers license due to a DUI and was also on probation for prior DUIs. He was currently DUI also. Miguel Garcia 7/17/73 was arrested for DUI, evading officers, suspended license and violation of probation.
(156500) 5/27/10 @ 2:04 pm, 2300 block of Barandas Dr, Attempt Burglary, Willow Creek/S. Natomas (W. El Camino/I-80 area): the victim was inside the home when she heard a crash sound coming from a rear window. She went to investigate and saw a rock had been thrown through the window and she could see the shadow of the suspect on the other side of the blinds. She yelled at the suspect and he fled on foot (no description). Call in any suspicious characters in the area.
(153426) 5/24/10 @ 3:17 pm, 631 Garden Hwy, Armed Robbery, S. Natomas: Two victim's (lawn care workers) were working at the location with blowers. Two suspects approached and pulled masks over their faces. They pulled guns from their waist band area and demanded both victims wallets. They fled south through the parking lot. Suspect#1. male bladck 5'8", black long sleeve shirt. #2. male black, light complexion, 24-25 yrs.
(151457) 5/22/10 @ 4:59 pm, 3850 Truxel (chase bank), Armed Robbery, N. Natomas: The victim was driving on Northgate Blvd when a white Ford Taurus pulled up along side her. There were 3 people in the car and they asked the victim if she wanted to purchase a flat screen TV and a laptop. They both pulled into the parking lot at Northgate/San Juan. The suspect showed the victim boxes that went to both items. The suspects told the victim they could sell the items cheap because they got them with a credit card scam.
Homicide, 2600 block of River Plaza Dr. **UPDATE** On 3/26/10 @ 11:19 pm, Mr. Heredia-Arriaga was shot after he walked in on a home invasion that was occurring at the above location. Two suspects were previously arrested (Maurice Reed Jr. - 20 yrs. old) and a 17- yr old) for the murder. Detectives were able to connect two more people to the murder and they were arrested yesterday (5/20/10). Tamika Reed (22 yrs. old and suspects sister) and Kenneth Owens (23 yrs. old) were both arrested for the murder.
(147931) 5/19/10 @ 12:46 pm, 1 Sports Parkway (Arco Arena), Suicide, N. Natomas: Officers responded to the above location regarding a subject injured in the parking lot. When officers arrived they found the subject with a gunshot wound to his head and gun nearby. Officers conducted CPR until Sac Fire arrived and transported the subject to the hospital. The subjects family was notified and the male (55 yrs. old) was pronounce deceased at the hospital. The subject lived N. Natomas.
(111903) 4/15/10 @ 10:58 pm, 1850 Club Center (Apt. Complex), Robbery/Shooting **UPDATE** On the above date, the victim's went to this location to purchase marijuana. They met the suspect in the parking lot and realized he was holding a shotgun. They turned and ran away and the suspect shot at them with the shotgun. The Burglary/robbery team were able to identify the suspect and have been searching for him ever since the crime. On Monday night (5/17/10) officers located the suspect and arrested him for the robbery. Gabriel Urbieta 10/12/90 (lives in N. Natomas) is now in custody.
(145081) 5/16/10 @ 5:09 pm, 2825 Mendel Wy (Northgate Park), Stabbing, S. Natomas: The victim is a referee for soccer games. The suspect ran up behind the victim and stabbed him with a knife. The suspect then ran out of the park. The victim knows the suspect as a spectator at many of the games. About 2 weeks prior to the stabbing, the suspect and victim almost crashed their cars in the parking lot after a game and they got into an argument. Last week, the suspect was yelling at the victim as he was refereeing a game.
(142030) 5/13/10 @ 9:07 pm, San Juan/Truxel Area, Domestic Violence/Arrest, S. Natomas: Officers responded to an address in the area regarding a domestic violence in progress. Officers arrived and the female victim came running out of the house to the officers. She told the officers the suspect was inside. Officers approached the house and called to the suspect. The suspect appeared in the hallway and refused the commands of the officers. The suspect took a fighting stance and made two fists toward the officers.