Elk Grove Police Daily Watch Summary November 7

Elk Grove Police Daily Watch Summary November 7

 

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ELK GROVE POLICE DEPARTMENT

Watch Summary

Monday, November 7, 2016
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NIGHT WATCH

No major incidents or arrests logged.
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DAY WATCH

Time: 1051 hours
Report #: 16-007221
Charges: WARRANT
Location: 10100 block of Brian Kelly Way.
Suspect: YEO, ALEX (AMA, 38, ARRESTED)

S-1 (Vallejo resident) was arrested for an active warrant then transported to the main jail.

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EVENING WATCH

Time: 1726 hours
Report #: 16-007237
Charges: HS 11377(A), PC 1203.2(A), VC 23575(A)(1)
Location: Bilby Rd. / Bruceville Rd.
Suspect: DOMINGUEZ, BLAKE (WMA, 34, ARRESTED)

S-1 (Walnut Grove resident) was operating a motor vehicle that was stopped for a vehicle code violation. A records check revealed that S-1 was on probation. A probation search of S-1’s vehicle led to the discovery of a controlled substance. S-1 was arrested then transported to the main jail.

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Time: 1832 hours
Report #: 16-007239
Charges: PC 211
Location: 10400 block of Grant Line Rd.

The victim was at the above location when he was approached by a known person. The two men then started arguing about money that the victim apparently owed the known person. When the victim refused to pay the known person, an associate of the known person punched the victim twice in the chest and took an undisclosed amount of U.S. Currency from the victim. The two men then fled the location in a pick-up truck.

Time: 2124 hours
Report #: 16-007242
Charges: PC 211
Location: 9100 block of E. Stockton Blvd.
Victim: BURLINGTON COAT FACTORY
Suspect: UNKNOWN (BFA, 30’s)

S-1 placed several items in a shopping cart then proceed to run out an alarmed emergency exit door located at the rear of the store with the merchandise. When an employee responded to the alarm, she observed S-1 loading merchandise from the store into a tan Volvo driven by an unidentified BMA (S-2). When the employee attempted to close the back door to prevent S-1 from gaining other items, S-1 dropped her cell phone. S-1 pushed the employee to the ground and recovered her cellphone. S-1 then got into the suspect vehicle driven by S-2. The vehicle fled towards the parking lot and the employee suffered minor injuries.

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