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Elk Grove Police Daily Watch Summary October 14, 2021

Elk Grove Police Daily Watch Summary

 

Thursday, October 14, 2021


NIGHT WATCH

No major incidents or arrest logged.

DAY WATCH

Time: 0852 hours
Report #: 21-006868
Charges: WARRANT
Location: 8600 block of Black Kite Dr
Suspect: GAMBOA, LEVI (AMA, 33, ARRESTED)
S-1 (Sacramento resident) was contacted during a call for service. A record check revealed S-1 had an
active warrant out for his arrest. S-1 was arrested and then transported to the main jail.

 

 

Warrant Agency: WEST SACRAMENTO POLICE DEPT
PC 21310     
CARRYING A CONCEALED DIRK OR DAGGER
Bail: $10,000.00
Total Bail $10,000.00


Time: 1354 hours
Report #: 21-006872
Charges: HS 11377 (A), 11364
Location: Morganite Way / Ridgerock Dr
Suspect: CURTIS, MORGAN (WFA, 33, ARRESTED)
S-1 (Turlock resident) was contacted in her vehicle during a call for service. Officers observed in plain
view a controlled substance in the vehicle. A probable cause search of the vehicle led to the discovery
of narcotic paraphernalia. S-1 was arrested, issued a citation, and then released.


EVENING WATCH

Time: 1900 hours
Report #: 21-006875
Charges: PC 422, 417 (A)(1)
Location: 9100 block of W Stockton Blvd
Suspect: SPENCER, AARON (BMA, 31, ARRESTED)
S-1 (Elk Grove resident) brandished a knife and threatened to harm V-1, which V-1 feared for their life.
S-1 fled the scene and was detained nearby. S-1 was arrested and then transported to the main jail.

PC 422  Felony   
THREATS TO COMMIT CRIME RESULTING IN DEATH OR GBI
PC 417  Misdemeanor   
EXHIBIT DEADLY WEAPON FIREARM
Bail: $1,000,000.00
Total Bail $1,000,000.00
 

Crime Tips Via Text Messaging through “TipSoft”

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.

You can help Elk Grove Detectives solve a crime by providing information. You may remain anonymous, but please, let us know what you know.

* 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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Pursuant to both California and federal law, there are extensive protections for media publication of public record information, including arrest records and mug shots. Arrest records and mug shots that are “newsworthy matters of which the public has the right to be informed” are protected speech and may be published without risk of legal ramifications. (See, e.g., Coverstone v. Davies (1952) 38 Cal.2d 315, 323; Kapellas v. Kofman (1969) 1 Cal. 3d 20, 38.) As the Elk Grove Laguna News posts information regarding recent local crimes and arrests for the use of Elk Grove residents, these records are clearly newsworthy to local residents who have a right to be performed of crime occurring locally. Arrestees and suspect’s privacy rights are not violated by “prompt and accurate public reporting of the facts and circumstances of his arrest.” (Loder v. Mun. Ct.(1976) 17 Cal. 3d 859, 865, 553 P.2d 624, 628.)

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