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Crime Stoppers Tip #18-020, Bias Crime SPD #18-351248
November 13, 2018

The Sacramento Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying the
persons responsible for this crime.
 
On 11/03/2018 at approximately 12:11 AM, two male victims were exiting the Mercantile Saloon at 1928 L Street when there were approached by two male suspects who made anti-homosexual remarks towards them. The suspects punched the first victim, knocking him unconscious and causing a laceration above his right eye. The suspects then assaulted the second victim, causing a head contusion.
 
Suspect #1 is described as a male, Hispanic adult in his twenties with a white t-shirt and khaki shorts.
 
Suspect #2 was described as a male, Hispanic adult in his twenties with a black shirt, blue jeans and his hair worn in a long pony tail.
 
At approximately 1:10 AM, a fight occurred nearby at 20th St/K St involving subjects matching the descriptions of Suspect #1 and Suspect #2.  Video surveillance from 20th/K St captured the above images of the suspects.
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Crime Stoppers Tip #18-019, Robbery SPD #18-346238
November 13, 2018

The Sacramento Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying the
persons responsible for this crime.
 
On October 30, 2018, at approximately 12:59 AM, the suspects entered the Safeway located at 424 Howe Avenue. They loaded a shopping cart with women’s toiletry products and then proceeded to fill two large duffel bags they had hidden on them with the products.  When the manager came over to ask them to put the products back, the female in white pants sprayed her in the face with pepper spray, and then she sprayed another employee who approached them when they were running out of the store with the duffel bags around their necks and without paying.
 
Suspect #1 is a Black female, 20–25 years old, with a heavy build, with dreadlocks/braids, and wearing a blue/black puffy jacket and white jeans.
 
Suspect #2 is a Black female, 20-25 years old, medium build, with straight long hair and wearing a blue/white jacket and black pants.
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Crime Stoppers Tip #18-018, Burglary, SPD 18-350070
November 13, 2018

The Sacramento Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying
a burglary suspect. 
 
On November 2, 2018, at approximately 3:37 AM, a suspect broke into the office of the Sunset Park apartments.  The suspect used a rock to smash out a window.  The suspect ransacked the office and stole rent checks.
 
The suspect is described as a Black male adult, 6’ tall with a medium build.  He wore a white-colored hoodie, black jacket, black pants, and grey shoes.
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Crime Stoppers Tip #18-017, SPD Assault #18-349874
November 13, 2018

The Sacramento Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying the person responsible for this crime.
 
On Thursday, November 1, 2018, at approximately 10:40 PM, a drive-by shooting occurred on the 2800 block of Connie Drive.  A nine-year-old boy, who was inside his bedroom, was hit by a bullet.  The shooting appears to be a random act of violence.  The victim and his family do not have any gang ties and are not associated with any criminal element.
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Crime Stoppers Tip #18-014, SPD #18-331251
October 25, 2018

On 10/16/18 at approximately 1840 hours, Suspect #1 entered One Stop Beauty Supply at 7244 Franklin Blvd in Sacramento, California. Suspect #1 made a purchase with a 100 dollar bill. The victim gave Suspect #1 the wrong change. Suspect #1 left and came back with Suspect #2 and confronted him about the change. The victim checked the 100 dollar bill under the currency light detector and discovered the bill was fraudulent. The victim asked the Suspects for his merchandise back. When they refused, he called the police. Suspect #1 exited the store and got into an older white 4 door Jaguar awaiting in the parking lot. Suspect #2 grabbed the Coach purse from the cash register counter belonging to the victim’s wife and ran outside to the awaiting Jaguar. The victim ran after Suspect #2 and grabbed her while she was getting into the Jaguar. Suspect #2 started kicking the victim to get him off. The driver of the vehicle (Suspect #3) backed the vehicle out of the parking stall and drove off causing the victim to fall. The victim sustained various minor scrapes to his arms and legs.
 
See Suspect #1 and Suspect #2’s photographs for descriptions.
 
Suspect #3 was described as a MBA, about 25 years old, 5’6” tall, thin build, and was wearing a basketball hat (no further description).
 
The Coach purse that was taken was brown in color and contained $250 cash, a Nigerian ID card and a medical card with the name of Juliet Aiyegboin on it
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Crime Stoppers Tip #18-013, Hit and Run, SPD 18-327985
October 23, 2018

The Sacramento Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying the person responsible for this crime.
 
On October 13, 2018, at 8:31 PM, the above vehicle was responsible for a hit and run with injuries at Dry Creek Road and Grand Avenue in Sacramento.  The vehicle was last seen westbound on Grand Avenue from the scene. 
 
The driver was described as a White or Hispanic male in his 20s or 30s, with medium hair and a “mean look.”  The vehicle may have minor to moderate damage to the left front corner.
 
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Crime Stoppers Tip #18-011, Residential Buglary, SPD #18-260844
October 09, 2018

The Sacramento Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying the pictured suspects.
 
On August 17, 2018, at 3:00 PM, a residence on the 8100 block of Center Parkway was burglarized while the family was away.  Suspect 4 approached the front door and knocked to determine if anyone was home.  Four minutes later the 3 Black male adults jumped the side fence to the residence (from the Ridgestone Apartment complex), forced entry, and took approximately $46,000 worth of property.
 
Suspect #1 is a Black male adult, 5'10" to 6' tall, with an athletic build.  He wore a #32 Orlando Magic jersey, shorts, & black Chuck Taylor shoes.
 
Suspect #2 is a Black male adult, 5 '10" to 6' tall with a medium build.  He wore a white shirt with open hand logo on chest, dark pants, dark shoes, and blue head covering similar to a nylon do-rag.
 
Suspect #3 is a Black male adult, 5'10" to 6’ tall, with a medium build.  He wore a blue hoodie (up), dark pants, gray high-top casual shoes.
 
Suspect $3 is a Black female adult, 5'03" to 5"07" tall with a medium build.  She wore a low cut tank top, black tights, and "slider" shoes.  She also had tattoos on her upper chest and on her left upper arm.
 
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Crime Stoppers Tip #18-010, Assault with Deadly Weapon, SPD #13-286577
October 02, 2018

On September 7, 2018, the victim vehicle was traveling westbound on Garden Hwy passing I-5 when an unknown vehicle fired approximately six shots into the passenger side of the vehicle.  The suspect vehicle presumably continued to travel onto southbound I-5.  During the shooting, one of the passengers was shot once and will likely be paralyzed for the rest of their life.
 
At this time, there is no suspect description or known motive for the shooting.  Any information is welcome.
 


Crime Stoppers Tip #18-009, SPD #18-252823
September 25, 2018

The Sacramento Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying a suspect.
On August 11, 2018, the driver in the attached two photographs, exited the parking lot of the Shell Station on Jiboom St in a 2000's BMW 5 Series with paper plates. Patrol Officers attempted to stop the vehicle and the driver fled, committing several vehicle code violations along the way. Patrol discontinued the pursuit after losing sight of the vehicle on northbound I-5 at Arena Blvd.  The suspect has tattoos on his lower right arm
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Crime Stoppers Tip #18-008, Serial Burglar, SSD #18-252938
September 11, 2018

The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department is seeking assistance in identifying
a serial burglary suspect.  This suspect is wanted in connection with at least four commercial burglaries, which have occurred at closed businesses in the north Sacramento area.  This series began in early June of this year.
 
The suspect appears to be a white male and has been seen on video several times with a holstered handgun in his rear waistband.  The suspect has also been seen driving a newer black Nissan Titan pickup.
 
Photographs and video are available for download by visiting this private YouTube link: 
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Missing Person - RAY WRIGHT
September 04, 2018

Missing: Raymond Wright
Nickname: Ray
Date Last Seen: Jan. 11, 2018
Location Last: Rio Linda, California
Age at time missing: 55 yrs old
Year of Birth: 1962
Male, Caucasian
Height: 6 ft
Weight: 175 lbs
Hair Color: Blonde, balding front
Style: Short
Eye Color: Blue
Glasses: Yes
Last Known Clothing: Unknown
Tattoos: upper back a large tattoo of “Two children jumping into pool.”
Ray went missing with his truck which has been located abandoned with no plates. Two days after his disappearance, an uncle had caught a man burglarizing Ray's home, but the man ran out through the garage before authorities arrived. Family and friends very worried and ask if anyone has info, to go to authorities and can request to remain anonymous.
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Crime Stoppers Tip #18-007, Robbery, SPD #18-278612
September 04, 2018

The Sacramento Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying these three suspects.
 
On 09/01/2018, at approximately 1656 hours, three subjects entered the T-Mobile store on Arena Boulevard brandishing a hammer. The subjects demanded everyone to get on the floor and began asking for phones and keys to the drawers. Two of the subjects then forced their way into to the back of the store while the subject with the hammer stayed watch on the employees. Once inside the rear of the store, the two subjects forced the manager to open the vault where the phones are stored. The subjects gathered approximately $20,000 dollars of Apple products. The three subjects then fled the store to an awaiting vehicle, a dark-colored sedan, leaving westbound on Arena Blvd.
 
Suspect 1 is a Black male, 18-20 years old, 6’ tall, 160 pounds, wearing red hoodie with “Lifeguard” in white lettering, black pants.
 
Suspect 2 is a Black male, 18-20 years old, 5’ 06” tall, 140 pounds, wearing black hoodie, black shorts, orange hat, white shoes.
 
Suspect 3 is a Black male, 18-20 years old, 5’ 06” tall, thin build, wearing a black hoodie, ripped jeans. 
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Crime Stoppers Tip #18-006, Commercial Burglary, EGPD 18-3748
June 26, 2018

On Sunday, 06-10-2018, at 0452 hours, Elk Grove Discount Wine & Liquor was burglarized. Two suspects backed an SUV to the doors, tied a rope them, and forced doors open with the SUV. S1 entered the business and stole trays of lottery tickets. Both suspects drove from the scene in the SUV. Both suspects had hooded sweatshirts and bandanas around their faces. The license plate was covered. The vehicle had a notable dent on the right side of the tailgate.
 
Shortly thereafter, three suspects entered the Quik Stop at 3920 Fruitridge Road, Sacramento, and attempted to cash in the stolen tickets.
 
The first subject was a white male in his 20's. He had a tattoo on his right bicep possibly of a cross, and another tattoo on his right forearm. Based on his size and possession of the tickets, he might be one of the suspects from the burglary. The second subject was a heavyset Hispanic in his 40's male wearing a gray t-shirt with an "E-B" logo. The third subject was a heavyset white or Hispanic female in her 40's.
 
The older male and female might have been a couple. All three arrived in a black convertible, similar to a Chrysler Sebring. The older male was driving.
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Crime Stoppers Tip #18-005, Unsolved Homicide, 1-year anniversary SPD 17-131242
May 08, 2018

STATUS: OPEN

Sacramento Police are seeking the public’s help with any information
that may lead to the suspects responsible for this homicide.
 
On May 9, 2017 around 4:40 PM, 31-year-old Jerrick SLOCUMB was shot and killed in front of his residence in the 3300 Block of 6th Ave.
 
 
Attached are two photos of the victim, and surveillance video of two suspect vehicles, a blue or black Dodge Charger followed by a Tan or Gold colored minivan, fleeing eastbound on 6th Ave just after the shooting. (Disregard the grey Honda pictured just before the minivan, it was not involved).
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Crime Stoppers Tip #18-004, Fatal Accident, CHP 18-10
April 29, 2018

On April 22, 2018, at approximately 8:40 A.M., the California Highway Patrol received reports of a solo motorcycle traffic collision on Garden Highway west of Powerline Road.
 
Sometime during the night, a motorcyclist was riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle eastbound on Garden Highway when he failed to negotiate a sweeping left turn in the roadway. He left the roadway, rode up a dirt embankment, and was launched into the air. The rider was ejected from the motorcycle and the rider and the motorcycle traveled through the air for a significant distance before colliding with the ground.
 
The collision scene was located by a fisherman the next morning and the rider was pronounced deceased on scene by fire department officials. Alcohol and speed are suspected to be factors in this collision.


Crime Stoppers Tip #18-003, Fatal Hit and Run, CHP 18-06
April 10, 2018

On March 4, 2018, between the hours of 12:00 AM and 12:10 AM, an unknown vehicle was traveling westbound on Fair Oaks Boulevard, just west of Bob Lane, at an unknown rate of speed.  Crystal Shrum,  26-years-old, was walking westbound on Fair Oaks Boulevard near the north side of the roadway.  For an unknown reason, the vehicle and the victim collided.  As a result of the collision, Shrum received severe injuries.  The driver of the vehicle fled the collision scene in the vehicle.  Upon the arrival of emergency services, Shrum was pronounced dead at the collision scene.
 
CHP investigators are asking for your help in identifying the vehicle involved in this collision and locating the driver who fled the scene.
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Crime Stoppers Tip #18-002, Burglary, SPD 18-20454
February 27, 2018

The Sacramento Department is asking for the public's help in identifying the suspect in this burglary.   
 
On January 21, 2018, at approximately 3:00 AM, the suspect entered the A Plus Dental Lab at 6665 Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento, by throwing an unknown object through a small glass window next to the front door. When the suspect was inside, he stole a Nixon Camera, Nixon SEP Camera Lens, Nixon Cool Pix Lens, QF Camera Flash, and two boxes of business and personal checks which contained 10 checkbooks per box. The suspect exited the business the same way he entered.  
 
The suspect is described as a Black male adult, in his 30s to 40s, wearing a black puffer jacket, black hoodie, blue jeans, black shoes, and red gloves.


Crime Stoppers Tip #18-001, Robbery, EGPD 18-000482
February 13, 2018

The Elk Grove Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying these two suspects.
 
On 01-22-2018, the victim, an 80-year old female, was shopping inside the Safeway on Laguna Boulevard.  She had her purse hanging from her elbow while she shopped.  The suspects followed the victim around the store until they found an opportunity to reach inside the victim’s purse and steal her wallet.  Her wallet contained several credits cards as well as personal information.  The suspects quickly exited Safeway and went directly to the Target store on Laguna Boulevard.  They attempted four transactions for over $3,500.  Fortunately, each credit card declined these suspicious purchases.
 
Suspect 1 is a Black female, about 18-30 years old, medium build, straight black hair that hung just below her shoulders.  She was wearing a gray zip up sweatshirt, black scoop neck shirt, purple pants, and black shoes.
 
Suspect 2 is an unknown race female, 20-30 years old, slightly heavy build, black hair parted in the center.  She was wearing a dark sweatshirt that with (unknown) “BAY” printed on the back, a light blue button up shirt, blue jeans, and black shoes.
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Crime Stoppers Tip #17-029, Burglary, EGPD 17-7268
December 05, 2017

The Elk Grove PD is asking for the community’s help in locating three burglary suspects who were captured on video surveillance breaking into the Shell Gas Station at 9611 Auto Center Drive.
 
On November 19, 2017, at about 3:30 AM, three suspects entered the Shell Gas Station after one of the suspects threw a large rock through the front door of the business.  Once inside, the suspects ransacked the front counter area, then fled with lottery tickets, two cash registers, and U.S. currency.
 
Suspect #1: White male approximately 18 – 20 years old, 6’ tall and weighing 170 pounds.  He wore a grey-hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, and grey shoes with white soles.
 
Suspect #2: Hispanic male approximately 18 – 20 years old, 6’, and 170 pounds, He wore a black-hooded sweatshirt, khaki pants, and black shoes (pictured Here).
 
Suspect #3: White male, approximately 18 – 20 years old, 5’ 08”, 170 pounds.  He wore a red and black San Francisco 49ers jacket, grey-hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, and black and red basketball shoes.
 
The suspect vehicle is believed to be a newer dark-grey or silver Jeep Grand Cherokee with dark-colored wheels.
 
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Crime Stoppers Tip #17-028, Homicide, SSD 17-388196
November 28, 2017

Sacramento County Sheriff’s Homicide Detectives are seeking the public’s help in locating the vehicle in the photo.  Detectives have identified this vehicle as a 1999 Infiniti 4 door sedan, California license plate 6WQA315.  This vehicle is dark green in color with chrome 20” wheels and has a white passenger side front fender (as seen in photo).
 
This vehicle belongs to Jeffrey Turner who was carjacked and murdered two days prior to Thanksgiving and shortly before he was due to pick up his granddaughter for a doctor’s appointment.  Turner’s vehicle is still outstanding and may have minor front-end damage.  Detectives believe the vehicle may still be in the Sacramento area.
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