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Please note a criminal charge is an accusation. The defendant or suspect is assumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.
Tenga en cuenta que un cargo penal es una acusación. Se supone que el acusado o sospechoso es inocente a menos que y hasta que se demuestre su culpabilidad.
CARJACKING SPD NCU-N 21-287805 CS 22-012
March 01, 2022
On October 7, 2021, at approximately 8:30 AM, the suspect entered victim's vehicle, which was warming up in the garage. The victim saw the man inside the vehicle and grabbed the driver's side door handle. When the victim grabbed the handle, the suspect back out of the garage and drove off northbound on Bankside Way, dragging the victim out onto the street until the victim let go. Minutes later, the vehicle was left parked and running at the intersection of Bankside Way and Mabry Dr.
Surveillance video shows the individual depicted above leave the victims vehicle at the intersection and walk east on Mabry Dr. towards Hoyt St, then running northbound on Hoyt St. It is possible the suspect stays at the Westview Ranch Apartments at 500 Bankside Way.
The suspect is described as a Black male, 20-30 years old, average build, full beard, medium length twisty hair. He was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with white graphics on the back and lettering on the front, black pants, and white flip fops with white socks.
VEHICLE BURGLARIES EDSO CS 22-011
February 24, 2022
The El Dorado County Sheriff's Office is investigating a series of vehicle burglaries in the area of Cameron Park and Shingle Springs. In one of the burglaries, a wallet was stolen. The stolen credit cards were used at various locations within El Dorado County.
The person in the blue shirt may be involved - do you know him?
BURGLARY SPD NCU-3 22-45264 CS 22-010
February 24, 2022
DO YOU KNOW THIS WOMAN? WANTED FOR BURGLARY ON FEB 15 IN EAST SACRAMENTO?
She may have been seen on Alhambra Blvd.
Watch the news report here
ARMED ROBBERY RCPD 22-29103 CS 22-009
February 22, 2022
On January 30, 2022, the victim was approached at the Lite Rail station at Mills Station Road at Folsom Blvd. by two suspects who demanded the victim’s phone, cash, and belt at gunpoint.
The suspects then ran westbound through Lite Rail station to Folsom Blvd. A second victim chased the suspects until Suspect #1 pulled the handgun again, pointed it at the victim, and told him to stop following them.
Suspect #1 appears to be a Black male in his 20’s, 6’, average build, with a goatee. He was wearing a grey hoodie with “Goons” written on the back and “Goon Squad” written in blue writing on the front, blue and white denim jeans, and white athletic shoes with blue strings.
Suspect #2 appears to be a White male, 16-20 years old, with brown hair and brown eyes. He has a tattoo above the left eyebrow and a small AK-47 tattoo on his back shoulder area.
BURGLARY SPD NCU 3-6 21-1817052 CS 22-008
February 15, 2022
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On December 16, 2021, a residence on the 3300 block of Y Street was burglarized. Four separate suspects were observed on video surveillance entering or exiting the residence through the front porch window. This is the best photo of one of the suspects.
SHOOTING CHPD 21-08149 CS-21-035
February 08, 2022
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On October 18, 2021, CHPD’s Communication Center received a 9-1-1 call from the store clerk at the 7-Eleven located at 6180 Auburn Blvd. who stated that he had been shot. During the investigation, CHPD discovered that an unknown BMA wearing a black ski mask, black pants, and a black hooded sweatshirt with a black backpack entered the businesses and had a verbal altercation with the store clerk. During the altercation, the suspect reached into his black backpack and shot the victim through the backpack. The suspect then fled on foot.
ARMED ROBBERY SPD NCU-S 22-30413 CS 22-006
February 03, 2022
On February 1, 2022, at approximately 12:21 PM, the suspect entered Walmart on Delta Shores Circle and took a black bicycle. At approximately 12:21 PM, he exited Walmart with the bicycle and pointed a black handgun at the victim. While doing so, he told the victim it was not worth losing his life over his job. The suspect fled on the bike toward the freeway.
The suspect is described as a Black male adult, 5' 09", 140 pounds, wearing a white shirt, black scarf, black Nickelodeon jacket, and black pants.
THE SUSPECT IS ARMED
BURGLARY SPD NCU-S 22-7020 CS 22-005
January 19, 2022
On January 8, 2022, officers responded to the Rite Aid at 4980 Freeport Boulevard. Video surveillance shows the suspect using a large bar to break the front glass door. Another suspect, whose face was covered with a large blanket, opens the front doors and tries to get inside but is unable to fully get in due to interior roll-up security doors.
HIT AND RUN MAIN & GREENBACK CHP-E CS 22-004
January 18, 2022
During a New Years Eve celebration on January 1, 2022 at approximately 12:20 AM, East Sacramento CHP officers responded to a call of a vehicle which struck a pedestrian on Main Avenue, north of Greenback Lane in Orangevale. A female pedestrian was struck in the roadway and the driver of the involved vehicle failed to stop and fled from the scene. As a result, the pedestrian suffered serious injuries.
We are seeking help from the public to help us identify the involved driver and or vehicle. The driver is believed to be a male with no other physical description. The involved vehicle is believed to be a gray 2013-2018 Ford C Max, similar to the type of vehicle pictured here.
STOCKTON BLVD HOMICIDE CS 22-002
January 14, 2022
At approximately 6:29 p.m. on Thursday, January 13, 2022, the Sheriff’s Communications Center received a call from a subject inside a business on the 6900 block of Stockton Boulevard in Sacramento County. The caller stated they heard gunshots and they believed someone had been shot inside a vehicle. The caller then stated that the vehicle containing the victim was driven away from the scene.
Alynia Asiah Lawrence, 17, was later determined to be the victim.