Thursday, April 29, 2021
Time: 0025 hours
Report #: 21-002756
Charges: PC 422
Location: 9300 block of Camada Ct.
Suspect: SWANSON, CRAIG (HMA, 45, ARRESTED)
S-1 (Sacramento resident) threatened V-1 causing V-1 to be in fear. S-1 was contacted at V-1’s
residence and arrested. S-1 was then transported to the main jail.
Time: 0130 hours
Report #: 21-002757
Location: I 5 / Laguna Blvd.
Suspect: ENOS, DUSTIN (WMA, 36, ARRESTED)
S-1 (Walnut Grove resident) was the driver of a vehicle stopped for a vehicle code violation. A record
check of S-1 revealed a warrant out for his arrest. S-1 was arrested and then transported to the main
Time: 0729 hours
Report #: 21-002760
Charges: PC 3056
Location: 8100 block of Sheldon Rd.
Suspect: Dresdner, KEVIN (WMA, 54, ARRESTED)
S-1 (Sacramento resident) was contacted during a call for service. A record check of S-1 revealed a
warrant out for his arrest. S-1 was arrested and then transported to the main jail.
|Total Bail||Ineligible for Bail|
Time: 1740 hours
Report #: 21-002766
Charges: PC 2800.1 (A), 148 (A)(1), WARRANT
Location: Sheldon Rd. / E. Stockton Blvd.
Suspect: JAMES, JORDAN (BMA, 24, ARRESTED)
S-1 (Elk Grove resident) was the driver of a vehicle officers attempted to stop for a vehicle code
violation. S-1 failed to stop the vehicle and continued driving. S-1 eventually stopped and was detained.
A record check of S-1 revealed a warrant out for his arrest. S-1 was arrested and then transported to
the main jail.
Time: 2007 hours
Report #: 21-002768
Charges: PC 21310
Location: 3rd Ave. / Elk Grove Blvd.
Suspect: HENRY, JAMES (WMA, 27, ARRESTED)
S-1 (Sacramento resident) was known to officers as being on probation. S-1 was contacted, and a
probation search of S-1 revealed a concealed knife. S-1 was arrested and then transported to the main
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