Latest police logs include reports of juveniles hurling pumpkins at a vehicle, trouble at a Taco Bell drive-thru, and a pressure washer being used to assault an ex-roommate.
The following is a summary of select incidents listed in the Citrus Heights Police Department’s daily incident bulletins for Nov. 2, 2019. Additional logs are linked below.
Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019: Total of 93 incidents reported. Incident report categories of note: 25 calls regarding suspicious activities, 23 disturbance-related, 2 homeless-related, 3 petty thefts, no grand thefts, 7 burglaries, 4 assault reports, 1 hit-and-run collision.
4:51 a.m., Suspicious Circumstances, Bubba’s Car Wash on Greenback Ln. Police were advised that two juveniles were “taking apart (an) engine and a machine with money in it” at Bubba’s Car Wash shortly before 5 a.m. One was using a head lamp.
7:59 a.m., Assault, Greenback Ln. A caller told police she had gone to a location on Greenback Lane to retrieve some property about 30 days ago, but an ex-roommate “sprayed her with a pressure washer and damaged her property.” The issue with the former roommate was described as “ongoing.”
9:45 a.m., Disturbance Verbal, Taco Bell at Antelope/Sunrise. Police were advised that a man was refusing to leave the Taco Bell drive-thru and was in a verbal dispute over “false advertising” claims. The male was reportedly getting out of the vehicle to come into the store at the time police were called.
10:47 a.m., Indecent Exposure, Greenback/Indian River. A driver reportedly saw a pedestrian pull out his genitals while walking along Greenback Lane. After the driver honked, the man pulled his shorts up.
11:18 a.m., Burglary, Public Storage on Sunrise Vista Drive. A locker was reportedly broken into at Public Storage, resulting in a loss of over $5,000. Tools and artwork were among items listed as stolen, as well as credit cards that were reportedly being used fraudulently. The break-in occurred sometime in the past two weeks.
12:30 p.m., Disturbance Verbal, Holly Spring Ct. Police were called by a vehicle owner after a group of four juveniles reportedly threw pumpkins at his vehicle and then rode off on bikes. The caller said the juveniles lived in the area and requested that police counsel them if located.
2:00 p.m., Burglary, Planet Fitness on Sunrise Blvd. Several lockers and vehicles were reportedly broken into at Planet Fitness on Sunrise Boulevard. Surveillance footage was being reviewed at the time police were contacted.
3:04 p.m., Disturbance Verbal, O’Reilly’s Auto Parts on Antelope Rd. Several juveniles, aged 8-10, were reportedly yelling at customers and passing motorists using “various profanities and racial slurs.”
3:18 p.m., Petty Theft, Walmart on Auburn Blvd. Police were called by a woman who said she had requested $80 in cash back at Walmart, but forgot to take the cash when she left. A customer behind her then took the money. The woman said video surveillance was available.
4:15 p.m., Assault, Sycamore Drive. Police were called by a babysitter who was reportedly watching a 4-year-old when the child’s grandmother “kicked in the back door” and threw items at the babysitter. The babysitter then pushed the grandmother, who subsequently said her arm was broken.
4:29 p.m., Reckless Driving, Creekcrest/Oakbrook. Four or five juveniles were reportedly riding a golf cart around a residential neighborhood. A caller told police they were afraid the children would get hurt.
4:35 p.m., Suspicious Circumstances, Arcade Lake Ln. A 35-year-old man and a 14-year-old girl were reportedly parked in a van that was shaking, with “noises coming from the vehicle [that sounded] like she was being sexually assaulted.”
6:23 p.m., Shoplifting, Kohls on San Juan Ave. A juvenile was detained by loss prevention at Kohls. The child’s parents were reportedly out of town and an officer was requested to come pick up the suspect.
Full logs: Oct. 31 | Nov. 1 | Nov. 2
*Logs between Oct. 20-30 not available.
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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.”