Missing Person - RAY WRIGHT
November 14, 2020
Rocklin police are still searching for a man who has been missing for almost three years. He was last seen January 11, 2018.
Police say Raymond Wright lived in Rocklin and worked in Rio Linda. His pickup truck was found back in January of 2018, a couple of weeks after he went missing.
is family told news media that Wright had a confrontation with a stranger in his brother’s home shortly before his disappearance. Since then, there have not been any leads on his whereabouts. Police say they “pinged” Wright’s phone and found it was last tracked to the Rio Linda and North Highlands area.
Ray is a White male born in 1962. He is 6' tall and weighs 175 pounds. He has blond hair, balding in the front, and blue eyes, and he wears glasses. Nickname: Ray. He has a large tattoo on his upper back of “Two children jumping into pool.”
Ray went missing with his truck which has been located abandoned with no plates. Two days after his disappearance, an uncle had caught a man burglarizing Ray's home, but the man ran out through the garage before authorities arrived. Family and friends very worried and ask if anyone has info, to go to authorities and can request to remain anonymous.
BATTERY; ROBBERY NCU 3-6 SPD 20-308032 CS TIP 20-036
November 05, 2020
On October 17,2020, at approximately 12:17 AM, the below pictured suspect (Suspect #1) completed a beer run at the Shell Gas Station on Folsom Boulevard. The clerk chased the suspect outside where he was met by Suspect #2 who sucker punched him.
While on the ground, Suspect #1 “curb stomped” the victim causing him to have a seizure. The victim lost consciousness and suffered numerous injuries.
Detectives are still going through video and attempting to identify the vehicle the suspects fled in.
FATAL HIT AND RUN CHP North CS Tip 20-035
November 03, 2020
On October 30, 2020, at approximately 7:04 pm, The California Highway Patrol (CHP) received a call of a vehicle vs. pedestrian collision on northbound Watt Avenue south of Elverta Road. CHP officers responded to the collision scene and learned that a 40-year old female out of Sacramento was in the northbound bike lane heading in a southerly direction on Watt Avenue and was struck by possibly a red Dodge pickup truck traveling northbound on Watt Avenue. Immediately after the collision, the vehicle fled the scene. Sacramento Metropolitan Fire Department (SMFD) personnel arrived at the scene of the collision and pronounced the victim deceased at 7:21 pm. The Dodge pickup was last seen traveling in a northerly direction on Watt Avenue towards Elverta Road. There are witnesses to this collision, and its cause is under investigation.
Investigators at the North Sacramento Area CHP office are looking for a Dodge Pickup truck (possibly ½ ton, RAM 1500), red in color, between the year makes of 2015-2019. The Dodge pickup truck is believed to have damage on the right front passenger side near the headlight and grille area. The picture shows a similar model and is used only for reference.
BURGLARY SPD NCU 3-6 20-315725 CS 20-034
November 02, 2020
On October 24, 2020, at 4:25 AM, a White male appeared to break into the south lobby entrance door at 1720 R Street. He is seen walking in and out of the location with various packages. A White female and Black male later arrive and assist the White male remove packages. The subjects are seen walking towards various unidentifiable vehicles in a nearby lot.
Suspect #1 is described as a White male in his mid 20’s, 5’ 07” to 5’ 09” tall, and wearing a gray tank top and blue jeans. THIS SUSPECT HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AND ARRESTED!
Suspect #2 is described as a White female in her mid 20’s, 5’03” to 5’ 04” tall, and wearing a black long-sleeved shirt and black shorts.
Suspect #3 is described as a Black male in his mid 20’s, 5’ 06” to 5’ 07” tall, and wearing a black and white camo hooded sweatshirt with blue jeans.
BANK ROBBERY CS 20-033 Placer County
October 24, 2020
Investigators have released security camera video and a description of a suspect who robbed a bank in Placer County last week and got away with an undisclosed amount of cash.
The robbery occurred about 12:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at a Bank of the West branch in Kings Beach. The suspect entered the bank and demanded money from the teller, according to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office.
The bank robber told the teller he had a gun hidden beneath his clothing and threatened the teller, sheriff’s officials said. The robber then took off with the stolen money.
Investigators believed the bank robber may have driven away in an unidentified vehicle.
Sheriff’s officials described the suspect as a heavy-set man in his mid-50s, standing about 6 feet 2 inches tall with bushy dark hair. The suspect was wearing black wire-rimmed glasses, a white mask, a white sweatshirt with distinctive patterned, gray pants and white shoes.
ASSAULT CS 20-032 SPD 20-303833
October 20, 2020
On October 13, 2020, at approximately 11:22 AM, the victim noticed a lady standing outside a business on R Street holding a sign, and a male inside a vehicle. He thought the male suspect needed assistance, so he yelled at him to get his attention. The female suspect then ran at the victim and sprayed him with pepper spray. As he tried to sit her down, the male suspect came from behind and stabbed the victim with what is believed to be a knife in the victim’s shoulder.
Suspect #1 was wearing a fishing-style bucket cap, possibly tan in color, a blue facemask, purple vest with black short-sleeved shirt underneath, white pants, and all black shoes.
Suspect #2 was wearing a navy blue baseball cap with light blue brim, green long-sleeved shirt, black jogging pants with white stripe down the sides, and faded red shoes.
The suspects were last seen driving a dark blue Caravan with small dents on the hood.
HOMICIDE SPD 20-199629 CS 20-029
October 06, 2020
The Sacramento Police Department is currently seeking the public’s help to Identify the person responsible for this crime.
On the night of July 3rd, 2020 a shooting that occurred in the north west corner of The Marina Vista Housing Complex, off of Seavey Circle in Sacramento. Michael Love III was struck by gunfire and did not survive his injuries. A second person in the area was also struck by gunfire.
Detectives believe witnesses were in the area. Sacramento Valley Crime Stoppers is offering up to $1,000 for information assisting in the arrest of the suspect(s).
ARMED ROBBERY SPD 20-293981 NCU-South CS 20-028
October 06, 2020
On October 3, 2020, at approximately 8:57 PM, the suspect entered Quick Shop Market on Franklin Boulevard. The suspect retrieved a bottle of Coca Cola from the refrigerated section, approached the front counter and set the bottle of Coca Cola down on the front counter. The suspect then produced a small, black semi automatic hand gun from his front right pocket, pointed it at the employee and demanded money. The employee gave cash from the cash register to the suspect. The suspect fled the scene eastbound through the parking lot and then northbound along Franklin Blvd. on foot and out of camera view.
The suspect is described as a Black male adult in his late 20s to early 30s, 6’ tall, with a large build. He wore a red/black flat-brim baseball hat, multi-colored face mask, black tank top, black baggy cargo shorts, and black shoes with red shoe laces. The black semi-automatic handgun had a red laser attachment.
ARMED ROBBERY EDSO CS 20-027
October 06, 2020
An armed robbery using force/fear occurred on Monday September 21, 2020, at 7:40 PM on Highway 89 near Camp Richardson in South Lake Tahoe, CA. The suspects took camera equipment, a Toyota Prius key fob, and a wallet from the victim after punching him several times. All three suspects were last seen in a silver Cadillac leaving southbound on Highway 89 towards South Lake Tahoe.
The suspect vehicle has been around Stateline and Carson City, Nevada, and Meyers, California in recent months.
Suspect #1: Hispanic or Indian Female, 20-40 years old, 5’ to 5’ 3” tall, 130-140 lbs Black hair down to waist, dark complexion
Suspect #2: White male in his 30’s, 6’ 2” tall, 220-240 lbs short blond/brown hair, light complexion , with tattoos on his back, right shoulder, right arm, and both calves.
Suspect #3: Hispanic male adult in his 30’s, 5' 5” tall, 120-160 lbs, with a dark complexion. He has black hair in pony tail.
Suspect Vehicle: Silver 2006 Cadillac CTS (4 door sedan) CA Lic/ 8APX208
Black front bumper and no front plate
FATAL HIT AND RUN SPD Major Collision 20-281152 CS #20-026STATUS
September 24, 2020
THE VEHICLE HAS BEEN LOCATED
On September 21, 2020, at approximately 3:48 AM, a pedestrian was fatally struck by a vehicle at Auburn Blvd and Marconi Cir. The vehicle fled the scene, traveling south on Auburn Blvd. The vehicle was last seen on an illegal dumping camera traveling south on Harvard St at Manning St.
The vehicle is a white SUV which will have moderate/major front end damage that is indicative of colliding with a pedestrian at a high rate of speed. There could also be red/maroon paint transfer from a walker used by the pedestrian at the time of the collision.