Tuesday evening, Roseville Police detectives went to Fair Oaks and arrested four additional suspects in the burglary of a house on Stoneridge Way. The four suspects, male Fair Oaks residents, ages 16-17, were taken to Placer County Juvenile Hall for booking. All six of the juveniles that have now been arrested are suspected of either participating in the burglary or being involved after the fact. Most of the property stolen in the residential burglary, including a handgun, has been recovered.
There’s no known connection between Monday’s burglary on Stoneridge Way and other recent residential burglaries in east Roseville.
At 1:38 p.m. Monday, January 24, a resident called Roseville Police to report three male juveniles climbing over a neighbor’s fence in the 1300 block of Stoneridge Way, and another one waiting in a car. The first Roseville Police officer on scene confronted three teens leaving the house, and detained one of them, while neighbors detained a second suspect. The third fled on foot. Both male juveniles, one from Fair Oaks and one from Citrus Heights, were taken to Placer County Juvenile Hall for booking on burglary charges. Officers confirmed that the house had been burglarized, and that jewelry, electronic items, cash and a handgun were taken.
Officers surrounded the neighborhood and searched for the remaining suspects, but were unable to locate them at that time.