Roseville Police have arrested two men on suspicion of burglarizing homes in northeast Roseville while the residents were home.
At 5:12 a.m. Monday, February 13, an alert resident reported suspicious activity at a neighbor’s house on Milstead Way–an SUV was parked in front of the neighbor’s house, facing the wrong direction, and a male was seen going up to the house. Roseville Police, Rocklin Police and Placer County Sheriff’s units responded and soon arrested a male in the area on suspicion of burglarizing an occupied dwelling.
A few hours later, officers responded to an interrupted burglary at a home on Stone Canyon Drive. The resident encountered a burglar in her living room, holding her jewelry box. She tried unsuccessfully to grab her jewelry box back, and the burglar fled out the back door. With the help of the Rocklin Police Department, officers developed a lead and searched a home in Rocklin, recovering stolen property and arresting a suspect.
Officers believe the two men were working together and may be responsible for other burglaries in the same neighborhood.
Daniel Richard Emard, 28, of Roseville was arrested on suspicion of burglary, possessing stolen property and possession of drugs. He’s being held in the Placer County Jail on $130,000 bail.
Alexander Michael Souron, 21, of Rocklin was arrested on suspicion of robbery (forcibly taking the jewelry box from the resident) and burglary. He’s being held in the Placer County Jail on $135,000 bail.