Thursday, July 15, 2021
No major incidents or arrests logged.
Time: 1426 hours
Report #: 21-004595
Charges: PC 21710, 1203.2 (A)
Location: Bradshaw Rd / Elk Grove Blvd
Suspect: LOVELESS, KYLE (WMA, 21, ARRESTED)
S-1 (Rancho Cordova resident) was the driver of a vehicle stopped for a vehicle code violation. A record
check revealed S-1 was on probation and prohibited from possessing weapons. A probation search of
S-1’s vehicle led to the discovery of brass knuckles. S-1 was arrested and then transported to the main
|Total Bail||Ineligible for Bail|
Time: 1801 hours
Report #: 21-004604
Charges: VC 23152 (A), 23152 (B)
Location: 10600 block of Promenade Pkwy
Suspect: Stout, Tyler (WMA, 54, ARRESTED)
S-1 (Elk Grove resident) was contacted as the driver of a vehicle during a call for service. Upon contact,
S-1 displayed objective signs of impairment and was arrested.
Members of the community having information regarding criminal activity can send tips via SMS text message by entering CRIMES (274637) on their cell phones, followed by Tip732 (agency identification number) and the message. Once users type in their message and press send, they will receive a confirmation text indicating that the message was received.
“Tipsoft” should not be considered a replacement for contacting the Elk Grove Police Department via telephone (916) 714-5115 (non-emergency), (916) 714-5111 / 911 (emergency) or (916) 691-0411 (anonymous tip line). Instead, “Tipsoft” should be seen as an alternative method of contacting law enforcement to provide information regarding non-urgent illegal activity, such as unsolved cases, vandalism, graffiti, theft and narcotics related issues.
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* All information is obtained from the Elk Grove Police Department Daily Watch Summary. Booking photos are provided by the Elk Grove Police Department if the suspects are still in custody.
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