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Citrus Heights Police Logs: french fries, homeless, package theft

Latest police logs include a customer demanding to be served french fries from McDonald’s around 8 a.m., package theft from a doorstep, trouble with homeless in a residential neighborhood, and an arrest made after a man reportedly threatened an employee who denied his request for a cigarette.

The following is a summary of select incidents listed in the Citrus Heights Police Department’s daily incident bulletins for May 5-18, 2018.

Friday, May 18, 2018: Total of 67 incidents listed.
Incident categories of note: 16 disturbance related, 17 suspicious activity calls, 7 homeless related, 2 burglaries, 6 assault reports, no robberies, no grand thefts, 3 petty thefts, no domestic violence calls.

1:11 a.m., Prowler, Duval St. Police were contacted by a woman who said someone was “trying to come in” through her carport door and was shining lights at the door of her mobile home, located in the Stonegate Estates. For an unspecified reason, she then called the police dispatcher names and hung up. Disposition listed: advised.

8:14 a.m., Disturbance Verbal, McDonald’s at Greenback/Auburn. A customer was reportedly inside McDonald’s and was “demanding french fries,” shortly after 8 a.m. After being told that they were not cooking fries yet, the customer then claimed they were discriminating against her “because she is handicapped.” She was reportedly refusing to leave the store and was videotaping employees when police were contacted. Disposition listed: gone on arrival.

8:51 a.m., Petty Theft, Sierra Oaks Apartments on Auburn Blvd. A theft of a package from a front porch in the apartment complex was reported. Disposition listed: report taken.

9:33 a.m., Disturbance Verbal, Autumn Ridge Apartments on Desimone Ln. A moving company truck driver contacted police after an unknown male suspect reportedly threatened to throw a rock at his co-worker. The threat was made after the man, who appeared to be intoxicated, asked for a cigarette and was denied his request. Disposition listed: arrest.

11:47 a.m., Identity Theft, Antelope Woods Apartments on Tupelo Dr. A caller told police their ex-boyfriend had opened up a credit card in their name. Disposition listed: assisted.

12:05 p.m., Petty Theft, Auburn Blvd. A Galaxy Note 8 phone was purchased for $400 on Craigslist, but when the buyer turned the phone on, a notification indicated the phone was listed as lost or stolen. Police were advised that the seller stopped answering phone calls. Disposition listed: report taken.

12:15 p.m., Assault, Auburn Blvd. A caller told police that a man had hit a woman and she fell on the ground yelling for help. Dispatchers also overheard a woman screaming “I’m going to buy drugs.” The male suspect involved was described as a white male adult, wearing a red baseball cap, dark sweatshirt, and red shoes. Disposition listed: unable to locate.

3:34 p.m., Disturbance Loitering, Briartree Wy. Police were contacted by a resident who said a homeless woman with a grocery cart was sitting on their lawn and was refusing to leave. Disposition listed: Advised.

9:51 p.m., Burglary Vehicle, Coco’s Family Restaurant on Madison Ave. A caller reported having approximately $2,000 worth of musical equipment and audio gear stolen from a vehicle outside the Coco’s restaurant at Madison Avenue and Sunrise Boulevard. The window had been smashed to gain entry. Disposition listed: report taken.

Full logs: May 5 | May 6 | May 7 | May 8 | May 9 | May 10 | May 11 | May 12 | May 13 | May 14 | May 15 | May 16 | May 17 | May 18

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Note: The Sentinel compiles summaries of select local police incident bulletins each week as a service to the public, based on data available from CHPD. Police advise that the information included in daily bulletins are summaries of calls for service for each day, with information “deemed confidential” not included in the record. CHPD states that the information noted on its daily bulletins is what was reported to police by callers, or in person, and therefore “may or may not actually reflect the true content of an incident.”

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