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Crime In Your Community

DUI bike rider; Felon with shotgun; More

By: Gus Thomson, Reporter/Columnist
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Information comes from Placer County Sheriff’s Office reports. Suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty. Charges may be changed or dropped.

Dec. 31

Marques Nicole Hawley, 25, of Concord, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The turnover for arrest to the California Highway Patrol was made at North Auburn’s Opal Drive and Garnet Way.

Charles Ketcherside Jr. was cited and released at 3:07 a.m. at Interstate 80 and Eureka Road in the Roseville area on suspicion of possession of a meth pipe.

A fake $10 bill was passed at the 76 gas station in the 3900-block of North Auburn’s Grass Valley Highway.

 

Dec. 30

Carlos Pena, a 60-year-old Auburn transient, was arrested on suspicion of operating a bicycle under the influence of alcohol. The arrest took place at Atwood Road and Highway 49. Pena was also booked into Placer County jail on suspicion of possession of a burglary tool after a hammer was found in a sleeve.

Tools valued at $2,500 were stolen from a work truck parked in the 5800-block of Pearson Avenue in Loomis.

 

Dec. 29

Michael Edward Conlon, a 61-year-old transient, was arrested on suspicion of trespassing on property in the 3200-block of North Auburn’s Professional Drive.

Patrick Steven Roling, 27, of Boscobel, Wisc. was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of a combination of drugs and alcohol. The arrest occurred on South Canyon Way in Colfax, when Roling’s minivan was pulled over after a report of a dispute at the Valero gas station.

 

Dec. 28

A garage was entered and $600 in cash, plus a $60 purse, were stolen from an unlocked car in the 8700-block of Granite Bay’s Woodgrove Circle.

Austin Gregory Abbott, 27, of Lake of the Pines was arrested on suspicion of possession of heroin in the 2200-block of North Auburn’s Colonial Village.

 

Dec. 27

A porch theft was reported in the 8000-block of Granite Bay’s North Lake Circle. A total of $210 in property was removed.

A trailer parked in the 3600-block of Taylor Road in Loomis was reported stolen.

 

Dec. 26

Clay Michael Dossa, 34, of Applegate was arrested on suspicion of stealing a winch valued at $1,500 from Apple Court’s G&T Truck Repair in Applegate.

Anthony Browning Jr., 48, of Loomis was arrested on Walnut Street in Loomis on suspicion of being a felon in possession of a shotgun.

Identification information, including a Social Security card, were stolen from the console of an unlocked truck parked in the 500-block of Roseville’s Livoti Avenue. The theft came on the same day as headphones were stolen from an unlocked truck parked on Livoti Avenue and a bag containing $134 worth of Christmas presents was removed from a truck in the nearby 300-block of Whyte Avenue. The Sheriff’s Office believes the three thefts are related.

 

Dec. 25

A total of $35 in property was stolen from a vehicle parked in the 4000-block of Douglas Boulevard in Granite Bay.

Power tools worth $2,500 were stolen after a break-in at a 2700-block Taylor Road home in Penryn.

Jeremy Thomas Massaro, 32, of Granite Bay was cited on suspicion of possession of a meth pipe and meth. The citation was issued at Highway 65 and Blue Oaks Drive outside Rocklin after a traffic stop.

 

Dec. 24

Two male suspects stole $400 in merchandise from Walgreens in North Auburn, driving off in an older-model Toyota or Lexus four-door sedan.

 

Dec. 21

A truck was tampered with in a theft attempt in the 12700-block of North Auburn’s Highland Court.

Welding equipment valued at $5,000 was reported stolen in the 3900-block of Taylor Road in Loomis.

 

Dec. 20

A theft from a mailbox was reported in the 11700-block of North Auburn’s Edgewood Road.

An ongoing problem with debris and yard waste being dumped in front of Moule’s Foothill Glass, 1029 Grass Valley Highway in North Auburn, was reported.

 

Information comes from Placer County Sheriff’s Office reports. Suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty. Charges may be changed or dropped.