Wednesday, July 07, 2021
No major incidents or arrests logged.
Time: 0757 hours
Report #: 21-004413
Charges: PC 273 A(A), 273.5 (A)
Suspect: JACOBSON, JEFF (WMA, 44, ARRESTED)
S-1 (Reno resident) punched V-1. S-1 also grabbed and pulled V-1’s arm while V-1 was driving. V-2,
V-3, and V-4 were present during the incident. S-1 was arrested and then transported to the main jail.
V-1 was granted an emergency protective order against S-1.
Time: 1452 hours
Report #: 21-004409
Charges: PC 459.5, 273 A(B)
Location: 9200 block of Elk Grove Blvd.
Suspect: JOHNSON, MICHAEL (BMA, 37, ARRESTED)
S-1 (Sacramento resident) was arrested for shoplifting. Officers discovered S-1’s children were left in
the vehicle while he was in the business. S-1 was arrested, issued a citation, and released.
Time: 1523 hours
Report #: 21-004410
Charges: HS 11350 (A), 11364, WARRANT
Location: 7800 block of Laguna Blvd
Suspect: THOMPSON, LOGAN (WMA, 19, ARRESTED)
S-1 (Elk Grove resident) was contacted during a call for service. A record check of S-1 revealed he was
on probation and had warrants out for his arrest. A probation search of S-1 led to the discovery of a
controlled substance. S-1 was arrested, issued a citation, and released.
Time: 1648 hours
Report #: 21-004415
Charges: PC 273.5
Suspect: GILL, ATIF (OMA, 30, ARRESTED)
S-1 (Elk Grove resident) and V-1 were in a verbal argument that escalated when S-1 grabbed V-1’s
arm. S-1 was arrested and then transported to the main jail.
Time: 1904 hours
Report #: 21-004421
Charges: PC 182 (A)(1), 148 (A)(1), 459.5, HS 11377 (A), 11364, WARRANT
Location: 8800 block of Calvine Rd
Suspect #1: BECKWITH, LOLITTA (BFA, 39, ARRESTED)
Suspect #2: PREE, TRICIA (BFA, 44, ARRESTED)
S-1 and S-2 (Sacramento residents) were arrested for shoplifting. S-1 and S-2 resisted officers attempts
to detain them. Officers overcame S-1 and S-2’s resistance. A record of S-1 revealed she was on
probation and had a warrant out for her arrest. A probation search of S-1 led to the discovery of a
controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. A search, incident to arrest, of S-2 led to the discovery
of drug paraphernalia. S-1 and S-2 were transported to the main jail and booked on various charges.
Charges against Beckwith
(Eligible for bail on 7/17/2021.
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