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2023 Citrus Heights Police Log Spotlight: July 21-26

Latest logs released by Citrus Heights Police include an early morning stolen vehicle arrest at San Juan and Madison avenues, a burglary report at Holy Family Catholic Church, code enforcement followup at the vacated Teriyaki Land restaurant, and a traffic stop near Food Maxx resulting in an arrest.

A Sentinel review of the six most recent incident logs show a total of 1,132 incidents listed from July 21-26. Comparison data with the prior week is not included due to Thursday’s logs not being available by press time this week.

Categories of note are included below:

  • Animal control: 40
  • 911 hangups: 47
  • Code enforcement: 50
  • Traffic accidents: 14
  • Vehicle violations: 174
  • Theft: 45
  • Homeless-related: 12
  • Vandalism: 7
  • Violent/threats: 27
  • Disturbance: 107
  • Suspicious circumstances: 145

Arrests by date. Most active arrest day(s) this period: Monday and Wednesday.

  • Wed., July 26: 7 arrests
  • Tues., July 25: 6 arrests
  • Mon., July 24: 7 arrests
  • Sun., July 23: 5 arrests
  • Sat., July 22: 6 arrests
  • Fri., July 21: no arrests

Citrus Heights police resumed publishing of daily incident logs in March 2023. The department notes that its logs “are not intended as a full and complete list of all police activity,” with some information not displayed for legal reasons, such as arrests of minors. As such, police advise that summary totals based on public logs may differ from weekly incident and arrest totals posted by police on social media.

The department notes on its website that: “All arrested suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty. Additionally, the original crimes, nature of offenses, and charges may be amended or dismissed as further information is made available.”

*Editor’s note: The category of “violent/threats” includes all incidents listed as either: assault, brandishing a weapon, criminal threats report, domestic violence and shots into dwelling/vehicle.

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