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Two arrested in Rocklin Mercedes dealership auto theft


Rocklin Police Department investigators are looking for suspects connected with the early morning theft of six vehicles stolen from a Mercedes Benz dealership on Granite Drive.

The incident occurred Monday around 4:38 a.m., police report. According to police, a cleaning crew witnessed several suspects allegedly tampering with cars in the parking lot of the dealership. Police said the suspects took off in two stolen cars.

Officers were able to locate and stop one of the two stolen vehicles near Douglas Boulevard. They arrested two of the suspects. Police said the other stolen vehicle has been tracked down in Oakland.

Missing German Shepherd found


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One Sacramento family can rest easy after their German Shepherd, Nitro, was found.

Search continues on Christmas for beloved missing German Shepherd


It may be Christmas Day, but without her beloved German Shepherd, Mackenzie Gish says there won’t be any celebrating.

“We postponed our Christmas, because it just doesn’t feel like Christmas," Gish told ABC10 News. "I can’t describe in words what it would feel like to have him back.” 

The 2-year-old dog, named Nitro, bolted from Gish’s Roseville home one week ago. A woman says she hit Nitro with her car, and there have been sightings of Nitro near Kaiser’s Roseville location, near Mel’s Diner on Douglas Boulevard and near the intersection of Twin Oaks Avenue and Sunrise Boulevard in Citrus Heights.

Gish and her boyfriend, Luke Arredondo, have set up a humane dog trap near the creek located behind Mel’s Diner.

Roseville police offering some drivers gift cards instead of tickets


The sight of flashing red and blue lights in one’s rear view mirror can elicit fits of frustration, sometimes panic, even sadness.

Think twice, though, because this holiday season Roseville police motor officers are working to make roadways safer with a little positive reinforcement.

Good Day Sacramento host arrested on suspicion of DUI, again


A local TV host was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence earlier this month in Roseville. Mark Allen Stell, known to TV viewers as Mark S Allen on Good Day Sacramento, was booked into Placer County Jail without incident on December 4.

A Roseville police officer responded to two different reports from witnesses of someone driving in an erratic manner near Atlantic Street and Interstate 80 just after midnight, according to police records.

The officer located Stell on Bulen Street just off Vernon Street. After an evaluation, Stell was arrested and booked into jail. 

Good Day Sacramento's news director, John Armand, released a statement Thursday afternoon, saying "We are taking the matter very seriously and we are investigating what happened. While that process is ongoing, Mark will not be appearing on our air."

Suspicious packages in Roseville deemed empty


Three packages have been cleared and deemed empty by Roseville Police Department officials, following reports of their discovery Thursday morning.

The 300 block of Vernon Street, the Vernon Street Town Square and Roseville Post Office were closed as a result of the suspicious packages found in the immediate area, according to Roseville Police Department officials.

14-year-old arrested for alleged Roseville bomb threat


A 14-year-old boy was arrested for allegedly making a prank phone call threatening to bomb a Roseville elementary school on Tuesday morning.

The Placer County Sheriff's Office said a woman who lives near Creek Ranch School off Cook Riolo Road received several phone calls at around 8 a.m. from a boy who allegedly said he was going to bomb her house and the school nearby. The boy also allegedly made references to "jihad" and 9/11.

The woman immediately called the school and the sheriff's office and the school was evacuated. Deputies searched the campus and said nothing suspicious was found.