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4/4/2017 - Crime Stoppers Tip #17-011, Robbery, CHPD 17-02334
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The Citrus Heights Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying the persons responsible for this crime.  

on March 19. 2017, about 2:49 PM, two unknown male suspects entered the Boost Mobile Store located at 7363 Greenback Lane.  Suspect #1 sprayed pepper spray into the eyes of the store clerk.  He then used a small handheld sledgehammer to break one of the glass cases which contained several phones.  S1 grabbed several phones phones and both suspects fled the store westbound out of the main entrance of the store. 

Suspect #1 was a White male who appeared to be in his twenties.  He was wearing a black hooded jacket, long bright red cargo shorts and red  and black high top tennis shoes.  He was also wearing a gray baseball cap with the tags still on the brim of the cap.  

Suspect #2 was a White male who appeared to be in his twenties.  He was wearing a gray button up shirt with a white hood.  He had on a black baseball cap with a gray brim, blue jeans and black shoes.  He Was carrying a black backpack or bag in which he placed several of the phones before fleeing the store. 

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3/21/2017 - Crime Stoppers Tip #17-010, Bank Robbery, Elk Grove PD 17-1905
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The Elk Grove Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying the person responsible for a bank robbery that took place at the US Bank located at 9230 Elk Grove Florin Road, #120.

On March 20th, at approximately 3:29 p.m., the suspect entered US Bank  and approached a teller.  The suspect gave the teller a threatening note demanding money. The employee feared for her safety and complied with the demands.  After being given an undisclosed amount of U.S. currency, the suspect exited the bank and was last seen walking westbound into the parking lot.  

 The suspect was described as a Caucasian male, approximately 30 years of age, 5’ 09” tall and weighing approximately 200 pounds.  The suspect was wearing a dark colored beanie cap and had a mustache and full beard (possibly fake). He was last seen wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and dark colored jeans.   

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3/7/2017 - Crime Stoppers Tip #17-008, Commercial Burglary, CHPD 17-01100
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The Citrus Heights Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying the persons responsible for this crime.

Sometime between about 2:30 PM on February 4 and about 11:00 AM on February 6, 2017, three unknown suspects gained entry from a vacant storefront at 7873 Lichen Drive into another store, 7875 Lichen Drive, stealing approximately $5,000 in clothing, and causing approximately $1,200 in damage.   

Suspect #1: Hispanic male, about 5’ 09”, with a goatee and mustache.  He appears to be bald and is wearing gloves, a black hoodie with red-and-white writing on it and jeans. 

Suspect #2: Appears to be a Hispanic male, about 5’ 10”, thin with dark hair, wearing all black clothes. 

Suspect #3: Appears to be a heavyset Hispanic male, about 5’ 08”, wearing black pants and jacket and a gray T-shirt.

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3/7/2017 - Crime Stoppers Tip #17-009, Commercial Burglary, SPD 17-43387
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The Sacramento Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying the persons responsible for this crime.

On February 13, 2017, at about 8:36 PM, two suspects entered the Walgreens at 1401 Broadway.  The suspects proceeded directly to the pharmacy and hopped the counter.  Suspect 1 grabbed both victims and moved them around against their will throughout the pharmacy,  demanding to be given prescription medications.  Per the victims, he repeatedly gave the second suspect orders.  The victim eventually unlocked the cabinet containing the controlled substances, and the suspects took over $3,800 in prescription medications.

Suspect #1: Black male 19-25 years old, 5’ 09” tall, 160 pounds, thin mustache, wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt, beanie with white stripe, gray pants with words on the upper right thigh, black sneakers.

Suspect #2:  Black male 19-25 years old, 5’ 07” tall, 160 pounds, black hooded sweatshirt with large white logo on front, black pants, gray sneakers with white soles.

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2/14/2017 - Crime Stoppers Tip #17-007, Commercial Burglary, CHPD Case 16-10878
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The Citrus Heights Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying the persons responsible for this crime.

On December 24, 2016, throughout the day, three to four suspects cut the locks to the gate accessing several locked storage units at San Juan High School, 755l Greenback Lane, Citrus Heights.  The suspects stole over $31,000 worth of tools and other auto shop class belongings.

Suspect vehicles:  a silver or blue late 1980’s model Toyota hatchback-style vehicle, and a dark purple or black 1990’s style Ford Explorer.

Suspects:  two males and one female with blond hair pulled into a ponytail wearing a gray  jacket and Ugg-style boots.  There is a possible fourth suspect.


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2/7/2017 - Crime Stoppers Tip #17-005, Burglaries, CHPD Case 16-10293
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The Citrus Heights Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying the person responsible for these crimes.

Between the dates of December 24, 2016, and January 7, 2017, the City of Citrus Heights experienced eight residential burglaries, all within one mile of each other, in the Sunrise Boulevard/Woodmore Oaks neighborhood.  Entry or attempted entry was made by kicking in the front door of the residence.

The suspect is a male adult wearing a possible gray hooded sweatshirt with a Raider football emblem on the front.

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2/7/2017 - Crime Stoppers Tip #17-006, Burglary, SPD Case 17-29506
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The Sacramento Police Department is seeking    the public’s help in identifying the person responsible for  these crimes.
On 1/31/2017 at approximately 1:00 am, there were 2 businesses in Sacramento that were victimized. Momo’s Meat Market (5780 Broadway) had a rock thrown through their window. The business next door, Supreme Barber Lounge (5776 Broadway), was broken into and vandalized.  There was a 42” Vizio TV, a Clover cash register and Wahl clippers stolen from the barbershop.  Supreme Barber Lounge
was tagged with a racial slur and a swastika in black spray paint on the interior of the business. The  barber shop was also flooded  out and ransacked.    

The suspect is a light-complected male wearing a light-colored hoodie, dark jacket, and  dark tennis shoes with white soles.  A silver sedan is connected to this crime.

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1/31/2017 - Crime Stoppers Tip #17-004, Attempted Homicide, CHP SIU Case 17-010
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The California Highway Patrol is seeking the public’s help to identify the suspect wanted for this crime. 

On January 14, 2017, at about 5:25 AM, a male was walking on the US-50 Eastbound  off-ramp to 5th Street when he was shot in the back  by an unknown assailant.  Video footage at the intersection of 5th Street and X Street was able to capture the unknown individual running from the direction of 6th Street.  He then fled back in the direction of 6th Street.
The assailant appears to be wearing a black “hoodie” style jacket and dark gray or  green pants with white shoes.


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1/17/2017 - Crime Stoppers Tip #17-003, Commercial Burglary, CHPD Case 17-00208
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The Citrus Heights Police Department is seeking the public’s help to identify the suspects wanted for this crime. 

On January 9, 2017, at about 2:51 AM, two suspects forced entry into the Sprint Store, 7291 Greenback Lane, Citrus Heights, by shattering the front glass door.  While inside, the two suspects stole multiple items with a total approximate value of $2,376.00.

The suspects were associated with a newer white Mercedes sedan with the rear license plate removed.

Suspects 1: White male adult wearing dark-colored pants, hooded sweatshirt, and jacket, possibly all black in color.

Suspect 2:  White male adult wearing dark-colored, possibly blue pants, a possible gray and black hooded sweatshirt with possible black writing across the chest area.

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1/10/2017 - Crime Stoppers Tip #17-001, Homicide, SPD Case 11-329104
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On Thursday, November 17, 2011, at 6:05 PM, police were called to the 1300 block of Los Robles Boulevard regarding a subject who had been shot.  Upon arrival, officers located three gunshot victims.  All three were transported to an area hospital. One victim later died of his injuries.

The suspects were observed fleeing the area in a late 1990s to early 2000s gray 4-door sedan.     The shooter(s) are described as Black males.

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1/10/2017 - Crime Stoppers Tip #17-002, Homicide, SPD Case 12-163457
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On June 16, 2012, at approximately 1:42 AM, several people were patronizing JB Bar and Grill at 3270 Northgate Boulevard, Sacramento, when an altercation occurred.  Shots were fired and the victim was killed.  Detectives are seeking information about this crime.

The suspect is described as a Black male adult, 6’ 02” or taller, bald or short hair, thick, wearing an oversize white shirt.

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12/6/2016 - Crime Stoppers Tip #16-032, Homicide, SPD 16-345503
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On December 1, 2016, the Sacramento Police Department responded to a drive-by shooting that occurred at 6765 Tortola Way in South
Sacramento.  A 26-year-old female, Ariyana Jones, who was putting her children to bed, was struck by one of the bullets that riddled the front of the residence.  The investigation thus far has not revealed any leads as to why this residence was targeted.  The occupants did not have a criminal background.

The photo above is from a surveillance camera nearby, and it is probable that this is the suspect’s vehicle.  It appears to be a light-colored compact sedan.

  A "gofundme" site has been established by the victim`s family at:  https://www.gofundme.com/ariyanajones.

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10/18/2016 - Crime Stoppers Tip 16-029, Armed Robbery, Dollar Tree, Placerville PD 16-2-46
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The Placerville Police Department is asking for the Community;s help in identifying the two male subjects dressed in black in the attached photo. 

 On October 16, 2016, at 8:30 P.M. two suspects, each armed with hand guns entered the Dollar Tree in Placerville and demanded cash from the registers. One of the suspects fired a shot while inside the store. After receiving an undisclosed amount of money the suspects fled prior to officer’s arrival. 

Suspect #1- Male White adult, approx. 5’-3”m reddish brown mustache or goatee, wearing all black clothing with a hoodie and bandana covering his face and armed with a black handgun.

Suspect #2 – Male White adult, 5’-8”, stocky build, light skinned wearing a black clothing, hoodie and bandana to cover his face. He was armed with a silver colored hand gun.   

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10/4/2016 - Crime Stoppers Tip #16-027, SPD 187 PC, SPD 16-280831
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The Sacramento Police Department is seeking information on the following crime; On Tuesday, 09/27/16 at approximately 4:44 pm, the Sacramento Police Department received information from a citizen that they had discovered a dead body near Paradise Beach (East Sacramento). Public Safety Officers locate the dead body and determined his name as Enrico Luster (AKA: “Rico” or “Raker”) along the walking trails in the paradise Beach area. Preliminary investigation show LUSTER received one or more stab wound(s) and died as a result of his injuries. It is estimated the incident occurred approximately 2-3 days prior to discovering his body, (Possibly Saturday 9-24 or Sunday 9-25-16).  


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10/4/2016 - Missing Person possibly foul play
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The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department  is seeking information on the disappearance and possible whereabouts of Charles Thompson, M/W/ 53, 6`-00", 165 lbs., blond collar length hair, & blue eyes.  

El Dorado S.O. learned Thompson left his residence in Fairplay, CA on the afternoon of 12-02-15 with an unidentified female. They were last spotted in the nearby town of Jackson on 10-03-15. 

El Dorado S.O. would like anyone who may have information about Thompson to contact Crime Alert.  

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