Elk Grove Police Daily Watch Summary December 29

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Elk Grove Police Daily Watch Summary December 29

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ELK GROVE POLICE DEPARTMENT

Watch Summary

               

Thursday, December 29, 2016  

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NIGHT WATCH

No major incidents or arrests logged.  

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DAY WATCH

No major incidents or arrests logged. 

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EVENING WATCH

Time:   1610 hours

Report #:  16-008303

Charges:   PC 459.5, 1203.2(A)

Location:   9100 block of W. Stockton Blvd.

Victim:  HOME DEPOT

Suspect:   MILES, RICHARD (WMA, 56, ARRESTED)

S-1 (Elk Grove resident) was detained by Home Depot loss prevention for shoplifting.  An officer arrived and arrested S-1 then transported him to the main jail. 

Time:   1909 hours

Report #:  16-008306

Charges:   PC 594(B)(1), 12022.1

Location:   9600 block of Walnut Av.

Suspect:   BOONE, GREGORY (BMA, 20, ARRESTED)

S-1 (Elk Grove resident) was arrested for vandalism and for commission of a felony while out on bail then transported to the main jail.

Time:   2148 hours

Report #:  16-008308

Charges:   VC 23153(A), 23153(B), 23154(A), 1203.2(A), 20001(A)

Location:   Bruceville Rd. / Quail Run Ln.

Suspect:   SCRIBNER, HUNTER (WMA, 21, ARRESTED)

Officers responded to the above location regarding a two vehicle collision. When officers arrived, they contacted a passenger at the scene who was suffering from visible injuries. Officers determined that the driver of the vehicle, S-1 (Elk Grove resident), had fled from the collision on foot. The passenger was transported to a local area hospital for medical treatment. Officers were able to locate S-1 at a nearby residence. Upon contact, S-1 displayed objective signs of impairment. S-1 was arrested the transported to a local hospital. S-1 was later cleared for incarceration then transported to the main jail.

 

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