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Latest police logs in Citrus Heights include reports of a stolen phone being tracked to a nearby location, a man with a large knife loitering inside Starbucks, theft of a Mini Cooper, and a transient refusing to move out of a drive-thru lane at Del Taco.
The following is a summary of select incidents listed in the Citrus Heights Police Department’s daily incident bulletins for Sunday, March 24, 2019. More recent bulletins were not available, as of April 6.
Sunday, March 24, 2019: Total of 57 incidents listed.
Incident report categories of note: 13 calls regarding suspicious activities, 13 disturbance-related, 5 homeless/transient-related, no grand thefts, 6 petty thefts, 1 vehicle burglary, no assault reports, 6 collisions, 1 stolen vehicle, and 3 reports of domestic violence.
1:23 a.m., Reckless Driving, Sunrise/Cirby. The Citrus Heights Police Department received a call regarding an SUV reportedly “driving on railroad tracks and unable to maintain lanes,” somewhere off South Cirby Way. The incident appears to have been located outside of Citrus Heights. No further details were listed.
7:04 a.m., Disturbance Loitering, Del Taco on Greenback Ln. A transient male was reportedly sitting in the drive-thru lane of Del Taco and was refusing to move.
8:05 a.m., Stolen Vehicle, Sunrise East Wy. Police were advised that a tan and black 2012 Mini Cooper Clubman was stolen sometime overnight on Sunrise East Way. The caller believed she may have left her keys in the door.
8:56 a.m., Disturbance Loitering, Starbucks on Auburn Blvd. A male was reportedly sitting inside Starbucks with a large knife on his belt, although he was not making any threats or brandishing the knife.
9:26 a.m., Suspicious Circumstances, Longford Drive. A woman told police she believed there was an ongoing issue with an unknown individual who “has been getting into her residence while at work and switching her clothing with lower quality clothing.” The woman said no signs of forced entry were visible.
3:07 p.m., Petty Theft, Kohl’s on San Juan Ave. A man reportedly walked out of Kohl’s with a $70 pair of shoes, but did not pay for the item. A description of the man’s vehicle was provided to police.
3:31 p.m., Domestic Violence, Purslane Way. Police received a call from a passerby who said a woman in her thirties said she had just been battered by her boyfriend. The woman appeared to be under the influence and requested an ambulance due to a broken finger. She was also crying and holding her neck.
3:58 p.m., Collision Injury, Walmart on Auburn Blvd. A female was hit by a car near Walmart and was reportedly bleeding from her head.
7:40 p.m., Petty Theft, Black Angus on Greenback Ln. Police were advised by a caller who said they had left their Samsung Galaxy smartphone in front of the Black Angus restaurant near Greenback Lane and Sunrise Boulevard. After returning, the owner said the phone was gone but was being tracked to a location near Madison Avenue and Auburn Boulevard.
8:20 p.m., Suspicious Circumstances, Paradise Laundry on Greenback Ln. A man in his thirties was reportedly inside a laundromat “touching his genitals through his pockets” and then offering his hand to some minors at the location.
10:00 p.m., Suspicious Circumstances, China Buffet on Sunrise Blvd. Police were requested to check the roof of the now-vacant China Buffet restaurant on Sunrise Boulevard. Police logs indicate officers were also requested to check the same location the prior day for a similar issue.
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Note: The Sentinel compiles summaries of select local police incident bulletins each week as a service to the public, based on data available from CHPD. Police advise that the information included in daily bulletins are summaries of calls for service for each day, with information “deemed confidential” not included in the record. CHPD states that the information noted on its daily bulletins is what was reported to police by callers, or in person, and therefore “may or may not actually reflect the true content of an incident.”
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