City of Sacramento Police Department

SAMUEL D. SOMERS JR.
Chief of Police
5770 Freeport Blvd., Suite 100
Sacramento, CA  95822-3516

(916) 808-0800
Fax : (916) 808-0818
www.sacpd.org

DAILY ACTIVITY LOG

Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Incidents are from shifts that start on : June 27, 2011

The information provided allows for a timely snapshot of significant events in our community.  The crimes reported here are preliminary investigations, taken in the field by patrol officers, and may or may not be assigned to a Detective for further investigation.  The information provided may be found after further investigation to be incorrect or false.  Certain details of these incidents have been removed due to potential follow up investigation into the incident and/or for privacy rights.

North Command

11-185986 (Missing Person): 1600 block of Nogales St at 0153 hours.

The 74 year old missing person was reported to have walked away at 2 a.m. on Monday. He has walked away from his home before but has not been located thus far.


11-186764 (Attempt Robbery): Rio Linda Blvd / Nogales St at 2124 hours.

The 8 year old victim was walking on the bike trail with his mother when a male Black adult approached him from behind.  The suspect grabbed the victim and punched him, trying to take his cell phone. The mom yelled at the suspect causing him to flee on a bike. The suspect was described as a male Black, 18-20, wearing tan cargo shorts, green or black t-shirt with white writing on the front.


11-186949 (Stolen Vehicle): 2600 block of Stonecreek Dr at 0104 hours.

An officer located an occupied stolen Toyota Camry. The driver fled from the vehicle and the officer gave chase on foot north on Stone Creek. The suspect jumped a fence into a backyard in the area of Hoy Lake and Stone Creek.  A perimeter was set up and the suspect, Danny Boston Jr, 20, was taken into custody.


11-186996 (Robbery): 12th St/I St at 0320 hours.

Victim was walking home from jail when he was robbed by a suspect who assaulted him and took his property.  The suspect was described as a male Black adult, 5'10", heavy set, wearing a dark jacket.


Central Command

11-186713 (Domestic Violence): 2500 block of C St at 1958 hours.

Officers were responding to a domestic violence call.  As they were approaching, they saw the suspect driving away from the scene.  The officers attempted to make a traffic stop but the suspect refused to pull over.  A vehicle pursuit ensued in the mid-town area and then onto E/B Bus-80.  Just as the pursuit was being handed over to the CHP, the suspect exited the freeway into the county on a dead end road. The suspect, Adam Collins, 31, was eventually taken into custody.


11-186882 (Vandalism): 600 block of I St at 2314 hours.

An outside agency dropped a subject off in front of the main jail after he advised officers he was being chased by subjects and wanted a ride downtown. The subject, Ricky Fraze, 57, used the public telephone in front of the jail and called 911 stating he saw the same subjects who were chasing him and attempted to gain the attention of jail security officers.  Fraze kicked the glass doors causing it to crack. Jail staff observed Fraze cause damage to the door. Fraze was arrested for felony vandalism.


South Command

11-186475 (Warrant Arrest): 1600 block of Ferran Av at 1526 hours.

Officers assisted an outside agency with the arrest of wanted suspect who fled the scene on foot when officers arrived. SPD K9 was deployed and the suspect was taken into custody for an outstanding warrant.


11-186805 (Stolen Vehicle): Cottontail Way / Mandy Dr at 2200 hours.

Officer observed a vehicle that lost control and hit a fence. The 17 year old driver fled on foot. A perimeter was set up and the suspect was taken into custody an hour later after walking out of the perimeter. The vehicle was found to be stolen.


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