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Information taken from Rocklin Police Department log. Station 4080 Rocklin Road in Rocklin. NOV. 1 Just after 1 a.m., an associate of the Norcal Nutrition store on Sunset Boulevard reported being the victim of an alleged burglary. According to the police report, unknown suspect(s) pried the front door of the business open, gaining entry and taking nutritional supplements and cash from the inside of the business. NOV. 1 Just after 1 a.m., police officers responded to a house on Kingwood Circle on the report of a man with a butcher knife refusing to leave. According to the police report, 26-year-old Raymond Eric Leonard refused to comply with responding officers before he was physically restrained at Taser point. The victim reported Leonard had allegedly held a knife to her throat prior to officers’ arrival. A knife with an 8-inch blade was recovered from the driveway. Leonard was charged with assault with a deadly weapon, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct involving alcohol. OCT. 28 Sometime between 10 p.m. and 4:30 p.m., the owner of Rubino’s Restaurante on Pacific Street became the victim of alleged theft. According to the police report, unknown suspect(s) stole 48 outdoor chairs from the patio area of the restaurant. The theft is reportedly worth $1,680. OCT. 27 Just after 9.p.m., a guest of the Howard Johnson Inn on Rocklin Road called police to report his friend was “getting out of hand.” According to the police report, 40-year-old David Andrew Zampa was arrested for obstructing an officer and assault on an officer after he allegedly hit the responding Rocklin officer with a door. The officer reported Zampa appeared to be allegedly intoxicated upon arrival. OCT. 27 About 3:30 p.m., a customer at Big K on Pacific Street was cited for shoplifting. According to the police report, 59-year-old Amnuay Tassannaprida Kelt was cited for petty theft after she bought one item but allegedly concealed five other items on her before exiting the store. Officers recovered $47.45 worth of cupcakes, children’s clothes, a toy and other items.