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Roseville man arrested after trying to run down pedestrians

Danny Cornacchioli Courtesy Roseville PD

Danny Cornacchioli
Courtesy Roseville PD

ROSEVILLE, CA – A Roseville man was arrested on Friday after attempting to run down a group of people who had asked him for cigarettes.

According to the Roseville Police Department, 39-year-old Danny Frank Cornacchioli was arrested after repeatedly attempting to run over a group of freight-train riders with his pickup truck.

Officers were called out to the 2100 block of March Road at around 6 p.m., October 4 about a man trying to run over a group of pedestrians.

When police arrived on the scene witnesses were able to help officers locate Cornacchioli in the parking lot of the Roseville Market on PFE Road. Investigators determined that Cornacchioli had gotten into an argument with the group of freight-train riders after asking him for cigarettes.

According to the victims and witnesses, Cornacchioli then got into his truck and drove directly at the victims, causing them to jump out of the way and take cover. He repeated this several times until he crashed his truck into some rocks in a landscaped area and blew a tire.

None of the victims reported being injured.

Cornacchioli was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and DUI.

 

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Do you recognize this man

Surveillance photo Courtesy Roseville PD

Surveillance photo
Courtesy Roseville PD

ROSEVILLE, CA – Roseville Police are looking for the man in this photo who was caught on surveillance video stealing a church preschool employee’s purse.

According to the Roseville Police Department, two men entered the church preschool located in the 6400 block of Stanford Ranch Road, on October 6 at around 8:20 a.m., and grabbed an employee’s purse from behind the counter.

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Adventure Christian Church
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If you recognize the man in the photo, you are urged to contact the Roseville Police Department at (916)774-5070 or Roseville Crime Stoppers at (916)783-7867.

You can also submit a crime tip online by visiting the Roseville Police Department’s website at http://www.roseville.ca.us/police and selecting “Submit a Tip” from the menu on the left.  You’ll be redirected to TipSoft’s website.  Wireless phone users can text a tip to 274637 (“CRIMES”).  Start your tip with the word “ROSEVILLE”.

CHP officer opens fire after driver attempts to hit officer

Police-lightsRIO LINDA, CA – A California Highway Patrol officer fired on a suspect after the driver of a vehicle tried to run over the officer.

According to the CHP, an officer opened fire after a vehicle she was pursuing crashed into a wall and then proceeded in reversed toward the officer.

It all started just before noon on Tuesday when officers noticed a man inside a stolen 2003 Honda Civic who was driving erratically in the area of Elkhorn and Rio Linda Blvd’s. When officers attempted to pull over the vehicle the driver ran several stop signs in an attempt to get away from officers.

The driver hit a cinder block wall in the area of Elkhorn Manor Drive. The suspect appeared as if he was going to try and escape on foot, so the officer got out of her car. However, the suspect then slammed his car into reverse in an attempt to hit the officer. The officer shot at the suspect who drove away before being stopped by additional CHP units arriving on the scene.

No injuries have been reported.

Man shot killed in Midtown identified – Pair arrested for torture

Capital Manor Apartments Google Maps

Capital Manor Apartments
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SACRAMENTO, CA – Two people have been arrested in the shooting death of a 22-year-old man who was shot and killed at a Midtown Sacramento apartment.

According to the Sacramento Police Department, 31-year-old Jeremy McMahon and 23-year-old Michelle Okumura have been arrested in connection with the shooting death of a man, later identified as 22-year-old Eric Solen Jackson.

Both McMahon and Okumura were taken into custody immediately following the killing of Jackson.

McMahon faces charges of murder, false imprisonment, torture and possession of a firearm. Okumura faces false imprisonment and torture charges.

Officers were called out to Capitol Manor Apartments on 17th and O Streets at around 3 a.m. when neighbors started calling 911 after hearing loud noises followed by gunshots.

Officers arrived and discovered Jackson shot dead inside an apartment. Officers did not know if he was visiting the apartment, or was a resident.

After Investigators interviewed several neighbors they detained both McMahon and Okumura.

According to police they are not looking for any other suspects.

The motive for the shooting has not released.

Man shot in foot in Sacramento

Police-lightsSACRAMENTO, CA – A man was shot in the foot Tuesday afternoon in the 4700 Block of 50th Avenue. Deputies are currently on the scene searching for the shooter.

The Sacramento Sheriff’s Department received a number of calls this afternoon of shots fired. When deputies arrived they found a man shot in the foot. The man was not cooperating with deputies and refused medical attention.

According to witnesses, a man driving a dark SUV pulled up to a house and fired at least eight rounds into the home. The home was occupied by a family and small child.

Deputies are canvassing the neighborhood in search of the shooter.

Couple arrested for using daughter to steal

Anthony Miller (R) and Terry Ziko Courtesy Roseville PD

Anthony Miller (R) and Terry Ziko
Courtesy Roseville PD

ROSEVILLE, CA – A couple has been arrested and stand accused of using their 12-year-old daughter to steal from a Roseville Galleria store.

According to the Roseville Police Department, 35-year-old Anthony Leo Miller and 35-year-old Terry Ziko, used Miller’s daughter to steal a watch from a Hugo Boss store in the Galleria.

The couple is suspected of shoplifting from the store on several occasions, but it wasn’t Miller or Ziko who took a $250 watch, it was the 12-year-old girl. As the couple distracted employees the girl reached into a case and took the watch.

Police arrested the couple a few days after the incident. When officers took custody of the couple, it was quickly discovered they both had false ID’s.

But wait!

Investigators found out the couple had purchased a vehicle from the Roseville Auto Mall using their fake ID.

Both face charges including burglary and child endangerment. They are being investigated for purchasing a vehicle using a false ID.

Man shot and killed at midtown apartment complex

 

Capital Manor Apartments Google Maps

Capital Manor Apartments
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SACRAMENTO, CA – A man was shot and killed early Tuesday morning at a midtown apartment complex.

According to the Sacramento Police Department, officers were called out to Capitol Manor Apartments on 17th and O Streets at around 3 a.m. Neighbors started calling 911 after hearing loud noises followed by gunshots.

Officers arrived and discovered a man in his 20’s shot dead inside an apartment. Officers did not know if the victim was visiting the apartment, or was a resident.

After Investigators interviewed several neighbors they detained two suspects.

According to police they are not looking for any other suspects.

The motive for the shooting has not released.

Man attacked by shark near Humboldt Bay

waterEUREKA, CA – A man who was surfing in the ocean waters on Sunday morning near Humboldt Bay was bitten by a shark. The man only received minor injuries.

According to the Samoa Peninsula Fire District, the man was near Humboldt Bay, close to Eureka, at around 8:45 a.m. when he was attacked. The man received a  bite on his upper left thigh.

After he was bitten, he was able to paddle to shore for help. He appeared alert and conscious at the time.

Fellow surfers were able to wrap the wound and keep the man warm while waiting for emergency personnel. He was taken to a local hospital with only minor injuries.

Emergency crews had problems gaining access to the beach due to the government shutdown. A gate blocking their way had to be opened by a Bureau of Land Management caretaker.

Arrest made in shooting death at El Camino gas station

Gilberto Esteban Cardona  Courtesy Sacramento Sheriff

Gilberto Esteban Cardona
Courtesy Sacramento Sheriff

SACRAMENTO, CA – Last night Sacramento Sheriff Homicide Detectives made an arrest in the shooting death of 33-year-old Jesus Antonio Macias.

According to the Sacramento Sheriff’s Department, 18-year-old Gilberto Esteban Cardona was taken into custody Friday night in connection to the killing of Macia.

Deputies responded to a gas station in the 2100 block of El Camino Avenue at approximately 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 28, after receiving reports of shots fired.

Deputies responded and discovered a man in his 30’s, later identified as Macias of Sacramento, lying on the ground outside the Beacons gas station.

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Gas Station at 2101 El Camino Ave
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Macias had suffered a fatal gunshot wound to his upper body and was unresponsive. Deputies attempted to resuscitate Macias, but he succumbed to his injury and was pronounced dead by Fire Department personnel.

Anyone having information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau at (916) 874-5115. Tip information may also be left anonymously at http://www.sacsheriff.com, by texting to 274637 (CRIMES) and entering the keyword ‘SSD’, or by calling (916) 874-TIPS (8477).

Get ready for Thunder in November

553667_184260548424090_30373256_nPLACER COUNTY, CA – Preparations are underway at Thunder Valley Casino Resort as the Placer 10-35 Foundation gets set to bring their 2nd annual Thunder in November fundraiser to the AAA rated Four Diamond hotel.

The excitement is set to begin on November 2 at 7 p.m.

The Placer County 10-35 Foundation was created in 2011 as a non-profit charity designed to assist the men & women of Placer County law enforcement. The Foundation is a fraternal & benevolent association chartered to assist Placer County peace officers in times of great personal and organizational tragedy.

10-35 is part of law enforcement’s 10-code which means officer needs assistance.

At last years event, supporters were treated to Rachel Steele with Road 88, and special guest Jeff Keith from Tesla. Keith brought out his cowboy boots and hat, introducing the audience to his very own country CD “Jeff Keith Country!”

So what’s in store this year?

Craig Cambell

Craig Campbell

Well – country of course.

This year country recording artist Craig Campbell will be taking the stage, bringing fans his latest hit “Outta My Head,” which is currently climbing the country charts at #17. Campbell’s other hits include “Family Man,” “Fish” and more.

Opening for Campbell will be Washington states own Aces Up, bringing their unique blend of blue collar country and the raw energy of the famous Seattle rock scene. You can be sure they will be delivering a hard hitting, boot stomping good time.

After Campbell finishes his set, Thunder Valley Casino’s Pano Hall will be transformed into a club atmosphere, as Sacramento’s own country band Sweet Revenge takes the stage with their high energy vibe and their rock edge sound. They will perform everything from classic country to rockin’ country and they’re guaranteed to get the joint jumping.

Rumor has it there may be a special guest or two that might show up onstage, so don’t miss out on this fun filled night – and don’t forget, it all goes to a wonderful cause.

About Placer 10-35 Foundation.
The Placer 10-35 Foundation is a non-profit fraternal & benevolent association chartered to assist Placer County peace officers in times of great personal and organizational tragedy. We also are available to assist the families of slain peace officers throughout the region.

We are committed to celebrating the mission of the law enforcement officer and providing assistance when the inevitable tragedy occurs in this dangerous profession.

“10-35″ refers to the police radio code meaning, “Officer needs assistance”. The 8 stars in our logo represent our 8 Placer County deputies killed in the line of duty.

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