Rocklin Police

Rocklin police arrest copper thievest

Jason Ramon Rios, 31, of Sacramento and transient Keisha Lynn Dague, 23, were arrested at 4:42 a.m. Thursday on suspicion of grand theft, possession of stolen property, conspiracy ...

Thieves target catalytic converters

Sometime during the night of Jan. 10 and morning of Jan. 11, thieves took at least 10 catalytic converters from Toyota vehicles in Rocklin, reported Rocklin Police Lt. Lon Milka. ...

60 home burglaries riddle Rocklin

Rocklin residents are reeling from a spike in brazen home burglaries sweeping the region. “In the last quarter, we’ve seen a 20 percent increase in residential burglaries,” ...

Rocklin's top cop named president of PEACE board

Rocklin’s top cop was named president of the PEACE for Families Board of Directors on Monday night. Police Chief Ron Lawrence has served on the board since 2010, including one te ...

Police sound alarm about burglaries

Rocklin Police are sounding the alarm. “In the last quarter, we’ve seen a 25 percent increase in residential burglaries,” Rocklin Police Chief Ron Lawrence said. “It’s n ...

Parolees nabbed after shoplifting at K-Mart

Michael Knight, 39, of Vacaville and Scott Sweed, 42, of Fairfield were arrested Sunday afternoon while attempting to shoplift items at the K-Mart on Pacific Street, reported Roc ...

DUI deaths down as local enforcement is up

The number of California deaths blamed on drunken driving fell last year to its lowest level since record-keeping began. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administr ...

Police privacy case moves forward

A Placer County court ruling is allowing a lawsuit against the city of Rocklin and its former police chief to move forward. Last July, Rocklin Police officer Steve Ortmann and fo ...

New Year's Eve incident: Case against suspect settled

The man at the center of the New Year’s Eve incident at Bistro 33 has settled the criminal case. Now his attorney is vowing to file a civil lawsuit against the Rocklin Police off ...

Rocklin Police ask: How are we doing?

By Jon Brines Placer Herald Correspondent Rocklin police want to know how they’re doing. The department spent $3,600 to distribute a formal citizen survey to random residents t ...