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 Sept 2 - Sept 15, 2019
Police Beat 1
Case # Date/Time Type Neighborhood Location Summary
2019-00054811 9/10/19 5:10 PM Burglary Creekside 1236 Galleria Blvd An unidentified suspect entered the Best Buy store and used a tool to remove security devices on surveillance cameras and headphones. The suspect then exited the side emergency door where a getaway driver was waiting. The total loss was $2,350.
2019-00054563 9/9/19 12:30 PM Burglary Auto Stoneridge 7500 Sierra College Blvd An unknown suspect made entry into the victim’s vehicle at the Miner's Ravine trailhead, stealing her wallet and purse. Suspect made multiple attempts to use the victim’s credit card and checks. The victim had locked her vehicle and there was no damage to the vehicle.
2019-00054609 9/6/19 12:01 AM Fraud Stoneridge 1100 Block of Secret Ravine Dr An elderly victim's credit card was stolen and used at several locations. The total of the fraudulent charges was $676.
Police Beat 2
Case # Date/Time Type Neighborhood Location Summary
2019-00053053 9/3/19 2:30 AM Burglary Commercial Lead Hill 1821 Douglas Blvd An unknown male suspect broke the lock on the business and stole approximately $1,388 in cash.
2019-00053317 8/29/19 12:45 PM Identity Theft Lead Hill 1925 Douglas Blvd Victim had her purse stolen. The suspect then attempted to use her credit cards.
Police Beat 3
Case # Date/Time Type Neighborhood Location Summary
2019-00052990 9/2/19 5:20 AM Grand Theft Cirby Side 1100 Block of Conroy Lane The catalytic converter was stolen from the victim's Toyota Prius. CRIME TIP: Catalytic converter thefts are on the rise. Consider etching your information on your converter. Thieves are less likely to steal easily identifiable property.
Police Beat 4
Case # Date/Time Type Neighborhood Location Summary
2019-00053840 5/17/19 12:00 AM Fraud Sierra Vista 700 Block of Alta Vista Ave An unknown suspect gained access to the victim's bank account/credit card information and made hundreds of charges over several months totaling over $4,700.
Police Beat 5
Case # Date/Time Type Neighborhood Location Summary
2019-00054137 9/6/19 5:52 PM Grand Theft Stanford 10375 Fairway Dr Two unknown suspects entered Kohl's and walked out with arms of clothing with paying for the items. The value of the stolen items was over $950.
2019-00054621 9/9/19 8:55 PM Grand Theft Stanford 10375 Fairway Dr A suspect and unknown associate entered Kohl's and stole approximately $3,000 worth of items. The individuals left the scene in a silver Nissan Altima. The suspect and the associate were also involved in numerous thefts at Dick's Sporting Goods in Roseville.
Police Beat 6
Case # Date/Time Type Neighborhood Location Summary
2019-00055190 9/11/19 2:59 PM Fraud Blue Oaks 1700 Block of Adrienne Drive Victim was defrauded out of the $10,000 after receiving a phone call saying that someone was using her social security number to rent a vehicle that was found to have drugs in it and that a warrant had been issued for her arrest. The victim purchased Target gift cards and provided the card numbers to the suspect. CRIME TIP: Talk to someone. Before you give up your money or personal information, talk to someone you trust. Con artists want you to make decisions in a hurry. They might even threaten you. Slow down, check out the story, do an online search, consult an expert - or just tell a friend.
2019-00052979 9/2/19 7:30 PM Grand Theft Junction West 1800 Block of Santa Ines St An unknown suspect stole the catalytic converter from the victim's Toyota Prius. CRIME TIP: Catalytic converter thefts are on the rise. Consider etching your information on your converter. Thieves are less likely to steal easily identifiable property.