Crime Stoppers Tip 13-005, Homicide, SPD Case #12-122045 February 19, 2013
The Sacramento Police Department is looking for the public’s help in identifying the individuals responsible for this crime.
On May 5, 2012, victim Jeremiah YOUMANS was visiting with extended family in the Strawberry Manor area of north Sacramento. While Jeremiah was standing in the front of a residence, two unknown suspects approached on foot and fired several shots towards the residence and driveway. Jeremiah YOUMANS was struck by the gunfire and died at the scene. He left behind a wife and two young children.
The suspects are described as two Black males in their late teens or early twenties.
Crime Stoppers Tip 12-043, Homicide, SPD October 09, 2012
The Sacramento Police Department is looking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect and anyone who witnessed this crime.
On August 18, 2012 at 12:35 AM, police were called to 28th and J Street regarding the sounds of gunshots and a male who had been shot. Upon arrival, officers located the victim with a gunshot wound in a parking lot. Medical personnel arrived on scene and transported the victim to a nearby hospital, where he was later pronounced deceased. It was reported that shots were fired during an altercation between two groups near 28th and J Street. Based on the preliminary investigation, it appears the victim had no involvement in the dispute and was hit by one of the rounds fired across the parking lot.
Crime Stoppers Tip #11-032, Homicide, SPD 11-324769 December 20, 2011
The Sacramento Police Department is asking for the public’s help in Identifying the suspects responsible for this crime.
On 11-13-2011, victim Vantheoun Som and his friends were walking near Capitol Street Garage at 1500 K Street when they encountered the suspects. A fight ensued, and suspect #1 stabbed the victim and two additional victims. Som died as a result of his injuries. The suspects were caught on video earlier inside the 3 Fires Lounge next to the garage and also on video from the garage. Suspect #1 may have been with an Asian female inside the bar.
Suspect #1 is a light-skinned Black male, possibly part Hispanic, late 20’s to early 30’s, 5’ 11” to 6’ tall, heavyset, wearing a striped shirt. He has large teeth, a goatee, and short corn-rows style hair.
Suspect #2 is a Black male adult, darker skin, 6’ 01” to 6’ 02” tall, wearing a light-colored shirt, red baseball cap, and had short hair.
Crime Stoppers Tip #11-028, Attempted Murder, SPD October 04, 2011
The Sacramento Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspects responsible for the above crime.
On the afternoon of Tuesday, 8-23-11, the victims visited an establishment along the 2800 block of Franklin Blvd. When the victims went back to their vehicle, they noticed they were parked next to a 2006-2007 four-door white Chevy Malibu or similar model with tinted windows (suspect vehicle) occupied by 4-5 subjects. The victims backed out of their parking stall and drove away. Down the road, the victims noticed the same Chevy Malibu was honking while speeding up to them. The suspects caught up to the victims at an intersection on Franklin Blvd near Fruitridge Rd. One of the occupants of the Chevy Malibu began yelling at the victims. A short time later, another occupant produced a gun and shot one of the victims while they were seated in their vehicle. The victim was taken to a fire station and later transported to the hospital where he is expected to survive from very serious injuries.
#1 (Driver) is described as a Black male adult, 18-25 years old, medium-dark complexion, slender/athletic build, puffy lips, short black hair, clean shaven with tattoos on left arm, wearing a white or light blue t-shirt. (See composite sketch)
#2 (Passenger) is described as a Black male adult, 18-25 years old, medium-dark complexion, slender/athletic build, slender face with prominent cheek bones, short hair.
Crime Stoppers Tip 11-020, Homicide, SPD 11-205643 August 02, 2011
The Sacramento Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect responsible for the above crime. The photo is of the victim, Joga Kahlon.
On Friday, 07-15-11, at approximately 10:18 PM, Sacramento Police Department officers were checking the welfare of victim Joga Kahlon when they located him deceased inside of his residence. Kahlon had visible trauma on his body that indicated he had been murdered. A neighborhood canvass produced two neighbors who heard a gunshot on Wednesday evening (07-13-11) between 10:00 PM and 11:30 PM. A witness looked out his window and saw a black or Hispanic male running to a waiting dark-colored Oldsmobile-type car that was stopped on the street. The vehicle left going westbound on Mammoth Way. The victim had not been seen or heard from since Wednesday afternoon.
Crime Stoppers Tip 11-008, Unsolved Homicide, CHPD March 03, 2011
The Citrus Heights Police Department is seeking the community`s help in the following crime.
On 03/02/11 a 40 year old Citrus Heights resident, David Lynch, was shot to death in his home and another female resident was shot and wounded. The Sacramento County Coroner’s Office has confirmed his identity.
Crime Stoppers Tip 10-051, 187 Murder, SPD 10-312553 October 19, 2010
MURDER & multiple counts of Assault with a Deadly Weapon
On 10-17-10, at 0050 hrs., a drive-by shooting happened in the 6100 block of Lemon Bell Way, in East Sacramento. The victims were standing in front of the house or in the driveway when the suspect vehicle pulled up and fired multiple shots from the car. Five victims were shot/or hit with bullet fragments and taken to area hospitals.
One victims, 16 year old Jimmy Le was shot in the head and died as a result from the wound. Another surviving victim, was an active-duty Marine home from Afghanistan. He is recovering from a bullet wound to his right arm.
Suspects were described as: several male Asians, (19-23) NFD.
Crime Stoppers Tip # 09-027, Homicide SPD, Case 09-298070 October 12, 2009
The Sacramento Police Department Homicide Detectives are looking for the Community`s help for any information leading to the identity of the person(s) responsible for the homicide of Dominic CAMPOS.
09-30-09 approx. 0701 hrs. The Sacramento Police Department received a call to respond to the 2900 Florin Road, (Jiffy Lube) on a report of an unresponsive male, lying in a planter box. A 21 year old male victim was killed during the incident. Sacramento Homicide Detectives believe the suspect(s) in the murder may possibly live in the area.
Crime Stoppers Tip 08-038, Attempted Murder July 28, 2008
Sacramento County Sheriff`s Department Homicide Detectives are seeking any information leading to the identity of the subject responsible for the shooting at the apartment complex in the 6400 block of Verner Avenue.
On Monday July 28, 2008, 1:13 p.m. deputies responded to a reported shooting and upon arrival found a 20 year old female lying in the doorway of her apartment and suffering from a gunshot wound to her upper torso.
The victim told the detectives she was shot by an unknown Black male who had knocked on her door. The victim opened her door and the suspect forced his way into her apartment while pointing a handgun at her. During a verbal altercation the suspect shot the victim and fled on foot. The victim said she had talked briefly to the suspect in the apartment parking lot shortly before the shooting.
The suspect is described as a male Black adult, 20- 30 years old, 5`-8", 175 - 180 pounds, short black hair, wearing a black long sleeved shirt, a green Frence style cap with a short bill and brown sunglasses
Crime Stoppers Tip 07-043, 187 PC, Murder 07-402545 December 03, 2007
On Monday, November 26, 2007, at approximately 9:35 pm Sio Meng LAI, a 48 year old male victim, was walking home from his job at the Tea Cup Cafe, a few blocks away, when he was shot and killed in front of his apartment building in the 2100 block of 15th Street. LAI was struck with a single gun shot wound to his chest and pronounced dead about an hour later.
The Sacamento Police describe LAI as a hard working, everyday type citizen and SPD Homicide Detectives are seeking any information leading to the identity of the killer (s). Detectives are also seeking any information as to the reason or motive for the murder.