Crime log

Dec. 16 issue
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Information taken from Rocklin Police Department log. Station 4080 Rocklin Road in Rocklin. DEC. 12 Just after 1 a.m., a Pinnacles Drive resident was arrested after a heated argument spurred police response. According to the police report, 23-year-old Brittany Claire Fraser was arrested for battery, disorderly conduct involving alcohol and resisting or obstructing an officer. Fraser allegedly injured a 28-year-old man during the incident. That injury was reported as minor. Allegedly Fraser was standing in the street yelling, "He’s trying to kill me" when the responding officer arrived. DEC. 11 Just before 1 p.m., a Rocklin officer found a vacant pick-up truck running in a field near Calverhall Way and Monument Springs Drive. According to the police report, after the officer investigated the vehicle, the teenage driver identified himself and said the truck was stuck in the mud. That’s when the officer reminded the driver he was on private property with a no trespassing sign posted. The driver, Daniel Allen Tatenko, was then cited for trespassing. The owners reportedly have a strict policy on file with the police department. The officer took pictures of the alleged incident. DEC. 11 Just before 8:30 p.m., a Rocklin officer stopped a pedestrian that was nearly hit by a car while allegedly j-walking. According to the police report, the officer identified the pedestrian as 19-year-old Andrew Rashad Ezzet. The officer reportedly observed signs that Ezzet was under the influence. Ezzet allegedly produced a pill bottle with pain killers and a bag of cocaine from his pocket. Ezzet was placed under arrest for drug possession and being in possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. DEC. 11 Just after 9 p.m., a party-goer at AMF Rocklin Lanes on Sierra Meadows Drive became the victim of an alleged theft. According to the police report, the 26-year-old female told police unknown suspect(s) took her iPhone 4 from the bowling alley when it fell out of her pocket. The theft is valued at $600.