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Crime In Your Community: Auburn porch piracy; Hidden Falls Park car break-in; More

By: Gus Thomson, Reporter/Columnist
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Information comes from Placer County Sheriff’s Office reports. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty.

 

July 18

Aurelio Roman Berumen, 58, of Vacaville was cited on suspicion of driving while his license was suspended. The citation was issued at Interstate 80 and Newcastle Road after the vehicle Berumen was driving was pulled over for displaying a license plate number that had no Department of Motor Vehicles record.

 

July 17

The Cisco Grove Campground at 48415 Hampshire Rocks Road in the Emigrant Gap area was hit by a rash of campsite thefts. Losses were heavy with two mountain bikes stolen from one campsite worth an estimated $2,300. Also gone was a $500 chainsaw, a $290 battery charger and a BMX bike worth $950. The thefts took place between 7:45 a.m. and 10 a.m.

 

A theft at a home in the 200-block Hunter Lane in Colfax resulted in a $1,600 loss in property. There was no sign of forced entry.

 

The Hampshire Rocks Campground on Hampshire Rocks Road at Emigrant Gap was hit by a theft that investigators are connecting to the Cisco Grove Campground incident. A total of $500 in fishing gear was reported stolen.

 

Vandalism was reported at Cavitt Junior High School in Granite Bay, with rocks being thrown through a window some time between July 14 and 17.

 

A window was broken on a vehicle parked outside the Auburn Medical Center Large Animals clinic, 1525 Grass Valley Highway in North Auburn, and $350 in property was stolen.  

 

July 16

Bridget Marguerite Flora, 31, of Caruthers was cited at the rural Lincoln area’s Thunder Valley Casino on suspicion of possession of meth and drug paraphernalia.

 

Ryan Luke Presson, 29, was arrested on suspicion of robbery at the North Auburn Target store, 2700 Bell Road. A total of $154 in merchandise was reportedly stolen and the suspect shoved an employee to the ground. Presson was also arrested on suspicion of a parole violation.

 

Mail theft was reported in the 2300-block of Forster Lane in the Newcastle area, with mail stolen from a nearby Newcastle address being recovered.

 

A total of 25 gallons of gas was siphoned from a vehicle parked in the 2100-block Grass Valley Highway in North Auburn.

 

July 14

Tyler John Jordan, 30, of Rocklin was arrested in the 600-block of Newcastle’s Kellogg Street on suspicion of driving while his license was suspended. He was also booked into jail on subsequent charges of possession of meth and heroin after drugs were found stuffed in a body cavity.

 

A package shipped from Amazon.com was stolen off the porch of a 12300-block Dry Creek Road house in North Auburn. The stolen property was valued at $28.

 

A house in the 1800-block of Penryn’s Sisley Road was broken into, with $5,000 in cash stolen.

 

A 32-year-old Rancho Cordova man was arrested on suspicion of battery after a report of a man forcing his way into guest’s room and injuring a 48-year-old Orangevale woman as he pushed open the door. Arrested at the Thunder Valley Casino hotel in rural Lincoln was Clifford Devon Roberson.

 

Yevgeniy Zakharov, 27, of Antelope was arrested on suspicion of providing false ID to a deputy to avoid multiple felony warrants. After a search, we was also booked into jail on suspicion of possession of a meth pipe. Zakharov was initially approached by law enforcement while working on a vehicle on the shoulder of the road at Barton Road and Eureka Road in Granite Bay.

 

Stacy Lynn Webb, 37, of Sacramento, was arrested on suspicion of unauthorized use of a Pennsylvania man’s credit card. The arrest took place at the unincorporated Lincoln area’s Thunder Valley Casino. Among the purchases was payment for two rooms. The theft involved an estimated total of $2,100.

 

Dustin Gordon Marshall, 36, of Auburn was arrested in the vicinity of North Auburn’s Shockley Road and Luther Road on suspicion of being under the influence of a controlled substance and for three outstanding arrest warrants.

 

July 13

A dirt bike and an ATV were stolen while parked on Andresson Road in the Sheridan area.

 

July 12

A home in the 10800-block Joeger Road was burglarized, with purloined property pegged at $4,050.

 

Two credit cards were stolen from a vehicle parked at Hidden Falls Regional Park between 2:30 p.m. and 3:45 p.m. The cards were used to buy $760 worth of items at two Auburn businesses.

 

Information comes from Placer County Sheriff’s Office reports. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty.