Crime Log: Jan. 9-15

By From page A2 | February 10, 2014

Jan. 9

8:58 p.m. A domestic violence in progress was reported to be on the side of the road on Pleasant Valley Road in Diamond Springs. Upon contact of both subjects, an intoxicated female was located and the domestic violence claims were allegedly founded. Narcotics were allegedly located and both subjects were arrested on various charges.

11:48 p.m. Two subjects were contacted sitting in a vehicle Georgetown. A search of the vehicle was conducted and a pair of metal knuckles was allegedly located. Eric Donohue, 23, was arrested and the other was released at the scene.

Jan. 10

10:01 An assault with a deadly weapon was reported on Service Court in Diamond Springs.

Jan. 11

3:30 p.m. 
A vehicle was found partially stripped and dumped off of a remote U.S. Forest Service road south of Garden Valley. It was determined that the vehicle had been stolen out of Sacramento. Arrangements were made for the victim to recover the vehicle.

5:24 p.m. A suspect allegedly brandished a knife during an argument on Cameron Park Drive in Cameron Park. The 84-year-old male victim requested the suspect be arrested. The suspect was arrested and booked into the county jail.

Jan. 12

1:35 a.m. A married male and female became involved in a verbal dispute on El Dorado Road in Diamond Springs. During this dispute the female, Ruby Valencia, 32, allegedly punched the male, 33, in the face/head.

Jan. 13

12:21 a.m. A female reported a male was trying to gain access inside of her residence on Chestnut Lane in Diamond Springs and left behind a chainsaw.

2:30 a.m. Deputies on Red Hawk Parkway in Shingle Springs contacted a male adult. The male advised he was on parole. A records check revealed he was a parolee at large. Jude Rowland, 37, was subsequently arrested.

10:04 a.m. Christen Rogers, 43, was cited for allegedly trespassing at Red Hawk Casino in Shingle Springs after receiving a lifetime ban from the premises on Sept. 30, 2013.

3:39 p.m. Deputies responded to a 911 call with an open line on Shangrala Lane in Camino. A female could be heard saying, “Don’t hit me.” Upon arrival the subjects inside refused to come out of the residence. Deputies could see extensive vandalism inside the residence. The suspect eventually exited and was bit by a sheriff K9 when he allegedly refused to comply with commands.

10:55 p.m. A married couple were allegedly involved in domestic violence incident on Bunker Hill Road in Rescue. The male was deemed to be dominant aggressor. A 39-year-old female had a visible injury. The male was arrested.

Jan. 14

7:48 a.m. A 45-year-old female victim reported grand theft and forgery by possible known suspect(s) on Golden Center Drive in Diamond Springs.

Jan. 15

12:55 a.m. Deputies responded to a report of narcotics use at Red Hawk Casino in Shingle Springs. Two subjects were contacted. One allegedly had a meth pipe and the other had numerous firearms, ammo and a loaded firearm under the seat of her vehicle. Both were arrested and one of the vehicles was towed for expired registration in excess of six months.

3:17 a.m. Diana Luna, 23, was arrested on Valley View Parkway in El Dorado Hills for alleged domestic violence.

12:28 p.m. Deputies searched a residence on Washington Avenue in South Lake Tahoe for a wanted felon and allegedly located a chemical hashish oil lab along with several building code violations associated with the marijuana grow within the residence.

10:43 p.m. A female suspect allegedly struck male victim in the face multiple times during a breakup on La Crescenta Drive in Cameron Park. The female was arrested for alleged domestic battery.

Cole Mayer

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