Please note, this version of the Roseville Police Department Crime Log does not represent all the crime in the City of Roseville. This log highlights criminal activity as an awareness and to encourage residents to be proactive about crime prevention. For a comprehensive list of all the criminal activity in Roseville, please visit www.CrimeMapping.com
Roseville Police Crime Log Jan 18 - Jan 31, 2020
Police Beat 1




Case # Date/Time Type Neighborhood Location Summary






2020-00004691 1/22/20 4:21 PM Burglary Galleria 1151 Galleria Blvd Two unknown female adults entered Victoria’s Secret during business hours and stole $1,939 worth of merchandise.
2020-00005572 1/26/20 4:30 PM Burglary Auto Galleria 1151 Galleria Blvd Victim parked her vehicle in the Nordstrom's lower parking lot and secured the windows and doors. She returned to find her back passenger window broken and items missing from her car. The value of the missing items was approximately $600. CRIME TIP: Do not leave valuables inside of your car. TAKE your valuables with you. LOCK your car. HIDE the things you cannot take BEFORE you arrive at your destination.
2020-00005574 1/26/20 5:00 PM Burglary Auto Creekside 1256 Galleria Blvd Victim parked and locked her vehicle in front of Barnes and Noble and went inside to shop. When she returned she found her rear driver side window was smashed and her gym bag taken from inside. Officers recovered the gym bag in the roadway on a separate call for service.
2020-00005571 1/26/20 2:00 PM Burglary Auto Creekside 1244 Galleria Blvd Victim parked his vehicle, locked his doors and went into work at the Old Navy Clothing store. He returned and found the windows smashed in his vehicle. No property was taken.
2020-00005063 1/24/20 6:48 AM Burglary Auto Stoneridge 2000 Taylor Road Two unknown subjects smashed the rear passenger side window of the locked victim vehicle and stole various items.
2020-00004696 1/21/20 10:00 PM Burglary Residential Creekside 1200 Block of Antelope Creek Dr An unknown suspect stole multiple items out of an open garage. CRIME TIP: Close your garage door. An open garage door is an invitation to criminals. But many people tend to forget, or a kid forgets. There are devices that can automatically close your garage door after a period of time.
2020-00006030 1/28/20 3:55 PM Grand Theft Galleria 1151 Galleria Blvd The arrestee was caught stealing a display phone from the Apple store.
2020-00800044 1/18/20 3:00 AM Grand Theft Stoneridge 1500 Block of Secret Ravine Pkwy Two bikes were stolen from the victim's front porch.
2020-00800055 1/24/20 9:50 PM Identity Theft Galleria 1151 Galleria Blvd The victim received an email that looked like it was from Amazon.com support. It requested the victim’s SSN and birthdate. The victim filled it out on the link and the next day, three charges were made on their Amazon card. CRIME TIP: Spot imposters. Scammers often pretend to be someone you trust, like a government official, a family member, a charity, or a company you do business with. Don't send money or give out personal information in response to an unexpected request - whether it comes as a text, a phone call, or an email.
2020-00800057 1/25/20 11:06 AM Identity Theft Olympus Pointe 2500 Block of Julliard Circle `The victim noticed fraudulent activity on both her checking & savings account. She called her bank and canceled her bank card. All of the charges were in Florida. Both the checking and savings accounts were completely depleted, for a total of $6,276
2020-00003926 1/18/20 5:30 PM Vehicle Theft Stoneridge 1400 Block of Rocky Ridge Drive An unknown suspect stole the victim's vehicle from the Rosemead Apartment parking lot. Vehicle description: 1999 red Chevrolet Silverado. CRIME TIP: Consider using a physical anti-theft device on your vehicle. Park in well lit, open areas whenever possible. Never leave your vehicle running or the keys inside.
2020-00005566 1/26/20 10:15 AM Vehicle Theft Galleria 1189 Galleria Blvd Victim's vehicle was stolen from a Galleria Mall parking garage. Vehicle description: 1998 grey Honda CRV. Crime Tip: Consider using a physical anti-theft device on your vehicle. Park in well lit, open areas whenever possible. Never leave your vehicle running or the keys inside.






Police Beat 2




Case # Date/Time Type Neighborhood Location Summary
2020-00003989 1/19/20 11:45 AM Burglary Meadow Oaks 1100 Block of Ravine View Dr Victim returned home and found his bedroom ransacked.
2020-00004305 1/20/20 9:55 PM Burglary Auto Lead Hill 300 Block of N Sunrise Unknown suspect smashed the windows of a locked vehicle and stole various items valued at $1,092. CRIME TIP: Do not leave valuables inside of your car. TAKE your valuables with you. LOCK your car. HIDE the things you cannot take BEFORE you arrive at your destination.
2020-00005031 1/24/20 4:30 AM Burglary Residential Maidu 400 Block of Stirup Ct An unknown suspect made forcible entry into the home and stole several tools and supplies.
2020-00800062 1/28/20 7:30 PM Grand Theft Meadow Oaks 731 Sunrise Ave. The victim’s vehicle was parked at the Old Spaghetti Factory. After returning to his vehicle he found that the rear window had been smashed and several items from inside the car had been removed including a camera and ski boots.
2020-00003959 1/18/20 1:45 AM Grand Theft Meadow Oaks 1100 Block of Greenhill Dr An unknown suspect(s) stole multiple items from within the victim's unlocked vehicle. The total loss was estimated to be $2,620.
2020-00003940 1/19/20 9:36 AM Robbery Lead Hill 324 N Sunrise Ave An adult female entered Home Depot, placed items in a shopping cart, and exited the store. The suspect shoved an employee while exiting the store before getting into a black Lexus that was in the parking lot. The female and the two other occupants of the vehicle drove away with approximately $812 worth of merchandise.






Police Beat 3




Case # Date/Time Type Neighborhood Location Summary
2020-00003679 1/14/20 12:00 PM Burglary Auto Folsom Road 275 Folsom Road An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger window of the victim's vehicle while it was parked in the Roseville Commons Senior Living parking lot. Nothing of value was taken.
2020-00005064 1/23/20 1:40 AM Burglary Auto Theiles Manor 215 Riverside Ave Suspect unzipped the soft top on victim's Jeep and stole a CB radio. Suspect also damaged other items in the vehicle.
2020-00004160 1/19/19 11:53 AM Burglary Residential Folsom Road 500 Block of Royer Street A suspect attempted to break into an occupied residence. Using video surveillance provided by the victim, officers identified the suspect as a subject who was arrested earlier in the day for public intoxication. The suspect was arrested and booked in the SPJ.






Police Beat 4




Case # Date/Time Type Neighborhood Location Summary
2020-00006677 1/31/20 5:53 AM Fraud Vineyard 2998 Foothills Blvd An unknown subject entered the above listed business and attempted to pass a fraudulent $100 bill. The subject left the business when contacted by store staff.
2020-00004610 1/21/20 11:00 PM Grand Theft Kaseberg-Kingswood 1000 Block of McCrae Way Victim reported that an unknown suspect(s) entered his work van and removed tools, car keys and a machine that programs car key fobs. Estimated loss: $10,000.
2020-00006129 1/29/20 12:30 AM Vehicle Theft Roseville Heights 300 Block of High Street An unknown suspect(s) made entry into the victim's locked vehicle while parked in the driveway of his residence. The suspect(s) then used a set of keys that were left inside the car to steal the vehicle.






Police Beat 5




Case # Date/Time Type Neighborhood Location Summary
2020-00004747 1/23/20 12:00 AM Burglary Highland Reserve 100 Hallissy Dr Three individuals gained entry onto the grounds of Buljan Middle School. The three damaged two windows, made entry into a classroom, damaged an Acer laptop and damaged a public announcement system speaker. The three were located nearby and were taken into custody after their shoes and footprints were matched to footprints at the scene of the burglary.
2020-00005984 1/23/20 11:45 AM Burglary Commercial Stanford Crossing 10001 Fairway Dr Two suspects entered the Home Depot store, selected various power tools valued at $1289, walked past points of sale, and fled.
2020-00005243 1/24/20 7:00 PM Fraud Stanford Crossing 5771 Five Star Blvd An unknown male suspect and an unknown female suspect entered a store and separately bought merchandise with counterfeit money. The suspects went to a different location and returned the merchandise for cash.
2020-00004894 12/27/19 12:00 PM Grand Theft Industrial Area East 8825 Washington Blvd An unknown suspect(s) fraudulently used customer account information and ordered $13,172 worth of merchandise from victim’s business.
2020-00006070 1/28/20 7:15 PM Identity Theft Foothills Junction 4006 Foothills Blvd Suspect stole the victim's credit card out of the victim's vehicle and then conducted fraudulent charges. Individual was arrested and booked into South Placer Jail.
2020-00004945 1/23/20 5:33 PM Vehicle Theft Stanford Crossing 10001 Fairway Dr An unknown suspect stole the victim’s vehicle from the parking lot of Home Depot. The victim left her vehicle unlocked with the keys in the ignition. Vehicle description: 2019 blue Nissan Sentra. CRIME TIP: ALWAYS lock your vehicle even if you are stepping away only for a short time.






Police Beat 6




Case # Date/Time Type Neighborhood Location Summary
2020-00004769 1/22/20 8:00 PM Burglary Auto Quail Glen 8000 Painted Desert Dr Victim reported that an unknown suspect(s) stole a backpack containing an iPad from his work vehicle. Estimated loss: $980.
2020-00004902 1/22/20 4:30 PM Fraud Sun City 7000 Block of Mule Team Way Unknown suspect(s) contacted the victim pretending to be from Apple Inc. The victim provided information to the suspect(s) that allowed them to access her computer. The suspect(s) instructed the victim to purchase various store gift cards. The victim then provided the suspect(s) with the card numbers. The total loss to the victim was approximately $4,000. CRIME TIP: Spot imposters. Scammers often pretend to be someone you trust, like a government official, a family member, a charity, or a company you do business with. Don't send money or give out personal information in response to an unexpected request - whether it comes as a text, a phone call, or an email.