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Roseville Police Department - Michigan

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**REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC**Incident: Retail Fraud 1st DegreeCase Report: 22-24936Date: 9/17/2022Location...
09/21/2022

**REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC**

Incident: Retail Fraud 1st Degree
Case Report: 22-24936
Date: 9/17/2022
Location: 30800 Little Mack, Meijer

Our department is requesting assistance in identifying the pictured individual relating to the alleged theft of $1,432.18 worth of merchandise from our Meijer store located at 13 Mile & Little Mack. After an interaction with store loss prevention, this individual left the scene in a black F-150 pickup truck. The alleged stolen merchandise was recovered.

If anyone has any information as to the identity of this subject, please contact Detective Sidaway @ (586)447-4511 or email at [email protected]

Our department would like to recognize several of our Officers who have recently been promoted.Sgt. Gudenau was promoted...
09/14/2022

Our department would like to recognize several of our Officers who have recently been promoted.

Sgt. Gudenau was promoted to the rank of Deputy Chief.
Sgt. Otto was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant.
Ofc. D'Agostini was promoted to the rank of Sergeant.
Det. Lines was also promoted to the rank of Sergeant.

Congratulations Deputy Chief Gudenau, Lt. Otto, Sgt. D'Agostini and Sgt. Lines!! 🎉🎉💙💙

Thank you Mr. Wray for sharing your story about your positive interactions with Officer Jackson! He is a tremendous Offi...
08/31/2022

Thank you Mr. Wray for sharing your story about your positive interactions with Officer Jackson! He is a tremendous Officer and a great person as well. We can't wait to see Rylan (or shall we say Officer Jackson 😂 ) come Halloween!! 🎃🎃

**REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC**Incident: Breaking & EnteringLocation: 19011 E. 10 Mile Rd - Mansour Mercy Me...
08/30/2022

**REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC**

Incident: Breaking & Entering
Location: 19011 E. 10 Mile Rd - Mansour Mercy Medical Center

Our department is requesting help in identifying the two individuals pictured stemming from an incident in our city. These two suspects pried open the back door to the doctor's office and then proceeded to kick in the pharmacy door.

These suspects used the pictured white Dodge Durango during the commission of this crime. It has a missing hood and driver's side headlight.

If anyone recognizes these two people or vehicle, or has any information that could aid in our investigation, please contact Detective Sidaway at (586) 447-4511 or email at: [email protected]

**REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC**Date of incident: August 28th, 2022Location: 13 Mile Rd. & Kelly Rd. AreaCase...
08/30/2022

**REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC**

Date of incident: August 28th, 2022
Location: 13 Mile Rd. & Kelly Rd. Area
Case report: 22-22878

Our department is requesting help in identifying the individual shown in the picture stemming from an incident where entry was attempted at a residence and a ring doorbell camera was stolen.

If anyone has any information relating to this person's identity, please contact Detective Gudel @ (586) 775-8111

**REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC**
08/22/2022

**REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC**

NOW HIRING... Come join our team as a Police Cadet/Public Service Aide!!  💙💙💙For more information email at Records@rosev...
08/19/2022

NOW HIRING... Come join our team as a Police Cadet/Public Service Aide!! 💙💙💙

For more information email at [email protected] or call at (586) 447-4475

REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLICDate of incident: August 10th, 2022Case report: 22-21106Our department is request...
08/12/2022

REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC

Date of incident: August 10th, 2022
Case report: 22-21106

Our department is requesting help in identifying the individual shown in the picture stemming from an incident at our Best Buy store located at 30701 Gratiot. The male left in the pictured vehicle upon exiting the business.

If anyone has any information relating to this person's identity, please contact Detective Sidaway @ (586) 447-4511

We were happy to participate in the RARE Summer Day Camp which took place at the Roseville & Eastpointe Recreation Autho...
08/09/2022

We were happy to participate in the RARE Summer Day Camp which took place at the Roseville & Eastpointe Recreation Authority. A special thank you to Chubby Charlie's who donated several pizzas to the event.

We are looking forward to seeing everyone at our annual National Night Out event tomorrow!!!!
08/01/2022

We are looking forward to seeing everyone at our annual National Night Out event tomorrow!!!!

REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLICOur department is requesting help in identifying the individual shown in the pict...
08/01/2022

REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC

Our department is requesting help in identifying the individual shown in the picture.

Incident Type: Breaking & Entering
Occurrence Date/Time: 7/24/2022, 3:30am
Location: 27740 Gratiot (Commando Airsoft)
Case Report #: 22-19293

This individual is a B/M, 15-20 years of age, approximately 5'05"-5'08", black shoes, and a purple winter hat. He had a purple bandanna over his nose and mouth. He was also carrying a black backpack with a unique design on the back.

If you recognize this person, please contact Detective Sidaway at (586) 447-4511, or email: [email protected]

07/29/2022

REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC

Our department is requesting help in identifying the individual who is seen in this video wearing a gray tank top, baseball cap and has a towel draped over his shoulder. This is in connection with an incident that occurred on 7/24/2022 at 11:50pm at 17750 Frazho Rd.

Anyone with information relating to this subject's identity are encouraged to contact Det. Latour at (586) 447-4509 or email at [email protected]. Reference incident #22-19362.

We would like to introduce and welcome the newest member to the Roseville Police Department. Officer James Lafata was sw...
07/18/2022

We would like to introduce and welcome the newest member to the Roseville Police Department. Officer James Lafata was sworn in today to start what we are sure will be a long, healthy and safe career serving our community! Welcome to the team, James!

Come join our team, the Roseville Police Department is accepting applications.
07/13/2022

Come join our team, the Roseville Police Department is accepting applications.

07/06/2022

Our department would like to congratulate Detective Scicluna for being selected as our "Quarterly Officer of the Year"!! Detective Scicluna has been an outstanding member of this department for almost 20 years and has continuously excelled as an investigator in our detective bureau. Detective Scicluna is known by his fellow peers as a great interviewer and recently was able to gain confessions from two suspects in separate cases, one involving a strong arm robbery and the other a kidnapping/sexual assault of a juvenile victim. Keep up the outstanding work Detective Scicluna!!

The Roseville Police Department is requesting your assistance in identifying the subjects and vehicle shown in the photo...
06/20/2022

The Roseville Police Department is requesting your assistance in identifying the subjects and vehicle shown in the photographs. If you have any information regarding the subjects identity please contact Detective Sidaway at (586) 447-4511.

The Roseville Police Department would like to congratulate and welcome Officer Malik Alyacoub who was sworn into our dep...
06/07/2022

The Roseville Police Department would like to congratulate and welcome Officer Malik Alyacoub who was sworn into our department today. We wish you a long, safe and healthy career.

The City of Roseville Clerk's Office is recruiting citizens 18 years or older to serve as PAID ELECTION WORKERS to work ...
05/24/2022
Roseville, MI | Official Website

The City of Roseville Clerk's Office is recruiting citizens 18 years or older to serve as PAID ELECTION WORKERS to work the August 2, 2022 and November 8, 2022 elections. Pay starts at $175.00.

QUALIFICATIONS: Available to work from 6 a.m. until after the polls close (after 8 p.m.) on Election Day. Registered Michigan voter. Capable of following instructions. Basic computer knowledge. Must attend an in person paid training session.

DUTIES: Assist Chairperson and Co-Chairperson with polling place procedures. Assist voters in the voting process.

Applications can be submitted online at www.Roseville-mi.gov or in person / via mail at the Roseville City Clerk's Office - 29777 Gratiot Ave. Roseville, Michigan 48066. Questions please call (586) 445-5443.

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UPDATE:  The subject has been identified.  Thank you for all your help!!The Roseville Police Department is requesting yo...
05/24/2022

UPDATE: The subject has been identified. Thank you for all your help!!

The Roseville Police Department is requesting your assistance in identifying the subject shown in the photograph. If you have any information regarding the subjects identity please contact Detective Scicluna at (586) 447-4510.

Found female dog in the area of Gratiot and 11 mile. If she belongs to you please call the station at 586-775-2100. She ...
05/23/2022

Found female dog in the area of Gratiot and 11 mile. If she belongs to you please call the station at 586-775-2100. She will be turned over to animal control tomorrow morning 5/23.

National Police Week is upon us this week. It is a time for police officers to honor their fallen colleagues, make sure ...
05/16/2022

National Police Week is upon us this week. It is a time for police officers to honor their fallen colleagues, make sure those surviving them are supported, and to remember their commitment to keeping people safe. We would like pay homage to our fallen officers who gave the ultimate sacrifice while serving and protecting our community. They are honored with a plaque which is displayed in front of our station. All of our police cars also have four stars on them. Each star represents one of our fallen officers and it serves as a daily reminder of the sacrifice paid on their last tour of duty. To all of the men and women who nobly wear the badge and put their lives at risk to protect people each and every day.... Thank you 💙💙💙💙

Thank you to Tom and Trish Kiogima for their very generous donation of cookies from Christine's Cakes and Pastries.  The...
05/11/2022

Thank you to Tom and Trish Kiogima for their very generous donation of cookies from Christine's Cakes and Pastries. They dropped off two boxes packed full of police car shaped cookies and as you can see, they are driving themselves right into our bellies... Recently, our department has helped Tom and Trish out with matters relating to their son and the cookies are a token of their gratitude towards our Officers and their efforts. We appreciate your kind gesture. Thank you again! 🍪🍪🍪

The Roseville Police Department would like to congratulate and welcome Officer Loren Andersen who was sworn into our dep...
05/10/2022

The Roseville Police Department would like to congratulate and welcome Officer Loren Andersen who was sworn into our department today. We wish you a long, safe and healthy career.

What a busy weekend...  Last Friday, our department was invited to attend the 4th annual Vendor Show and Taste Fest.  Th...
05/09/2022

What a busy weekend... Last Friday, our department was invited to attend the 4th annual Vendor Show and Taste Fest. The event was created for commercial and craft vendors to display their amazing products and for local restaurants to sharer their delicious food. We met so many wonderful people and the night was truly a great experience! Honey Baked Ham did something extra special too. They collected almost $400.00 in donations, and in turn, donated the money to our department!! Thank you for such a wonderful gift and we are extremely grateful.

On Saturday, we assisted with another great event, the "Joe Manfreda Dream Dash". The weather was beautiful and the run was a huge success!! Thank you to all who participated. 🥇🏆

Lastly, a belated Happy Mother's Day!! Thank you Moms for all that you do. ❤️❤️

This coming Saturday, April 30th, our department is partnering with the DEA to help citizens dispose of potentially dang...
04/28/2022

This coming Saturday, April 30th, our department is partnering with the DEA to help citizens dispose of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Our police lobby will have collection boxes for citizens to dispose of their prescription drugs with no questions asked between 10:00am - 2:00pm. If anyone cannot make it to our lobby during those hours, we do have a permanent pill disposal drop bin in front of our station.

**Please only pills and empty v**e cartridges. NO illegal drugs (including ma*****na or methamphetamine), liquids, needles/sharps, or inhalers.

Some of you may have seen on the news recently, Anthony Pate, of St. Clair Shores, has been volunteering his time to hel...
04/14/2022

Some of you may have seen on the news recently, Anthony Pate, of St. Clair Shores, has been volunteering his time to help the people of Ukraine by bringing donated items such as clothing and medical supplies to aid in their efforts. He also is accepting donated military supplies. The Roseville Police Department heard about Anthony’s humanitarian aid efforts and felt it a worthy cause to get involved in. Yesterday, we met Anthony at his house and donated 18 “bullet resistant” vests that he will be taking to Ukraine this week. He said Ukrainian military personnel will literally be wearing these vests by next Wednesday or Thursday. All of the donated vests are expired, as they have a five-year expiration date, but all are still in good condition. Typically, these vests would be sent out for destruction, but now they will continue to protect the people of Ukraine, as they protected our Officers here in Roseville.

Donations are being collected by Anthony on Venmo -Pate-12 and Apple Pay at 517-402-3658. Donations can also be dropped off at the Ukrainian Cultural Center, 6601 Ryan Rd. Warren.

Congratulations to Sgt. Kevin Witherspoon on his retirement from our department today after a long and distinguished 25 ...
04/04/2022

Congratulations to Sgt. Kevin Witherspoon on his retirement from our department today after a long and distinguished 25 year career! We are saddened to see him go but we wish him much success in wherever the future takes him. Kevin, it has been a privilege to work with you and we hope for a long, healthy and happy retirement!! 🎈🎈🎉🎉💙💙

April is Autism Awareness Month and it aims to celebrate and promote acceptance for the condition that occurs in approxi...
03/31/2022

April is Autism Awareness Month and it aims to celebrate and promote acceptance for the condition that occurs in approximately 1 in 44 children as of 2021 in the U.S., per the CDC. Autism, a complex developmental condition affecting a person's ability to interact, communicate, and progress, has not one but many subtypes. First held in 1972, Autism Awareness Month emphasizes the need for public awareness to promote acceptance, celebrate the differences, and be more inclusive towards autistic individuals around us.

Our department is doing our part by offering autism awareness stickers to promote awareness throughout our community. The stickers are free to residents of Roseville and $3.00 for non-residents. They can be picked up at our police lobby between the hours of 8am - 11pm. (Cash only please for non-residents).

03/30/2022

Our department recognizes how important it is to show gratitude and appreciation towards our Officers as they keep our community safe throughout the year. That is why we are implementing a new award... Quarterly Officer of the Year. Each quarter, we will nominate and select a most outstanding Officer who has exhibited hard work and efforts which have improved this department and our city. The selected Officer will be honored with their name and picture being displayed on a plaque in our lobby.

This quarter, we are happy to announce Officer Witan has been selected as the most outstanding Officer! Officer Witan has been with our department since 2015 and was selected for his exceptional actions at a recent major incident scene, and for his mentoring of other younger Officers on his shift.

Congratulations and thank you Officer Witan for your dedication and professionalism.

Thank you, thank you to the fine young hero’s of tomorrow at St. John Lutheran Preschool. These little superstars took t...
03/17/2022

Thank you, thank you to the fine young hero’s of tomorrow at St. John Lutheran Preschool. These little superstars took the time to make care packages (filled with bottled water, snacks and notebooks for diligent note taking while catching bag guys) for all of our Officers. Teacher Kelly Monroe, hand delivered them to our department and we graciously accepted the gifts. We must have gotten a little “Luck of the Irish” today to be bestowed with such generosity. Happy St. Patrick’s Day Everyone!!🍀🍀

The Roseville Police Department would like to congratulate and welcome Officer’s William Sanders, Dylan Nabozny and Davi...
03/14/2022

The Roseville Police Department would like to congratulate and welcome Officer’s William Sanders, Dylan Nabozny and David Krause who were sworn into our department. We wish you all long, safe and healthy careers.

The Roseville Police Department would like to congratulate and welcome Officer’s Kata-Ante Taylor and Owen Pash who were...
02/15/2022

The Roseville Police Department would like to congratulate and welcome Officer’s Kata-Ante Taylor and Owen Pash who were sworn into our department. We wish you both long, safe and healthy careers.

We would like to thank the Roseville Schools/School Board for providing our Officers with a great lunch from Jimmy Johns...
02/15/2022

We would like to thank the Roseville Schools/School Board for providing our Officers with a great lunch from Jimmy Johns.

The Roseville Police Department would like to wish everyone a Happy Valentines Day!!!
02/14/2022

The Roseville Police Department would like to wish everyone a Happy Valentines Day!!!

The Roseville Police Department would like to congratulate Officer Rumbley who was sworn into our department. We wish yo...
01/24/2022

The Roseville Police Department would like to congratulate Officer Rumbley who was sworn into our department. We wish you a long, safe and healthy career.

The Roseville Police Department purchased a specially crafted wood badge for our newly remodeled lobby, which is shown i...
01/19/2022

The Roseville Police Department purchased a specially crafted wood badge for our newly remodeled lobby, which is shown in these pictures with Chief Monroe and Scott Heraty of HBC Craftsman. Scott, we just want to thank you for an amazing job.

Are you my mommy?! Found dog in the area of Academy and Chestnut. Pit bull mix male, neutered. If he’s yours please cont...
01/13/2022

Are you my mommy?! Found dog in the area of Academy and Chestnut. Pit bull mix male, neutered. If he’s yours please contact the Roseville Police Department at 586-775-2100. He will be turned over to Macomb County Animal control in the morning.

This past weekend K9 Corporal retired. After seven years of loyally serving his handler Ofc. Wietecha and the residents ...
01/11/2022

This past weekend K9 Corporal retired. After seven years of loyally serving his handler Ofc. Wietecha and the residents of Roseville, we bid farewell to an amazing asset to our department. Corporal, thank you for being our anxious crazy boy, for putting yourself in danger countless times to protect your coworkers and residents. We wish you the very best retirement filled with lots of treats, snuggles and adventures with your family. We love you buddy!

01/06/2022

Due to an influx in COVID the Roseville Police Department will have restricted access to our lobby. Should you need a copy of a police incident or accident report, please contact our Records Bureau Monday through Friday from 8am to 3:30pm at (586) 447-4475. As always in cases of emergency dial 911. In non-emergency situations, contact Dispatch at (586) 777-6700.

Stay Healthy!!

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!!!!
12/25/2021

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!!!!

We would like to congratulate Sergeant Trewhella on his promotion to Sergeant.
12/24/2021

We would like to congratulate Sergeant Trewhella on his promotion to Sergeant.

What an awesome night!!  The Roseville Police Department adopted several children for Christmas and yesterday delivered ...
12/22/2021

What an awesome night!! The Roseville Police Department adopted several children for Christmas and yesterday delivered presents to some very happy children. We were excited to have Santa with us as well. This was made possible by the Roseville Police Officer's Association as well as Van's Towing who made generous donations to the Community Outreach Residential Engagement (C.O.R.E.) program. Thanks to all who participated in this wonderful event.

What an amazing and rewarding night.  The Roseville Police Department, in conjunction with Walmart, was able to host Sho...
12/16/2021

What an amazing and rewarding night. The Roseville Police Department, in conjunction with Walmart, was able to host Shop With a Cop and allow 21 children to shop for presents. We had representatives from the Military, the Roseville Fire Department, our Police Reserve Units and the Detroit School District Police. We cannot thank Walmart enough for making this a huge success. The children even received a visit from Santa Claus who arrived on his "modified" sleigh.

What a great weekend in the City of Roseville. Saturday was the Parade of Lights which was led by Chief Monroe. There wa...
12/13/2021

What a great weekend in the City of Roseville. Saturday was the Parade of Lights which was led by Chief Monroe. There was a great turnout and fun was had by all. On Sunday, the big guy himself (Santa) landed in a helicopter behind Live Rite Recovery Resource Center for a wonderful Toys For Tots event. The Roseville Police Department was present along with the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office Reserve Unit, Roseville Fire Department and the United States Marine Corp.

Tomorrow is our 2nd annual Holiday Lights on Wheels Parade. Please see the photos for the route we will be taking. We ha...
12/11/2021

Tomorrow is our 2nd annual Holiday Lights on Wheels Parade. Please see the photos for the route we will be taking. We had an amazing turnout last year and are looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow night!

If you’re interested in decorating your vehicle and participating in the parade we are staging at Roseville High School at 430 pm. If you’re interested in viewing, feel free to park your vehicle anywhere safely along the route. St. Pio’s parking lot is a great option as well as any of our senior living facilities in the city.

A huge thank you to Roseville Neighborhood Watch Group - Michigan for organizing everything!

Wow!!!! What a turnout last night at Santa’s Drive-Thru Spectacular!! We hope a good time was had by all, as we had a bl...
12/10/2021

Wow!!!! What a turnout last night at Santa’s Drive-Thru Spectacular!! We hope a good time was had by all, as we had a blast seeing all of the families who attended, and of course, hanging out with the big guy himself, Santa Claus! Santa received all of the children’s letters written to him and he told us that was heading straight back to the North Pole to start making toys!! Chief Monroe and Deputy Chief Berlin did have a conversation with Santa reminding him to buckle up his sleigh belt and to drive safely on his way back home, and throughout the holiday season. Santa assured both that he will keep Rudolph under the sleigh speed limit. Thank you to all who came out and made Santa’s Drive-Thru a night to remember!!

12/07/2021
We are proud to announce that the Roseville Police Department was able to write a grant and secure $4,000.00 in funds fr...
12/07/2021

We are proud to announce that the Roseville Police Department was able to write a grant and secure $4,000.00 in funds from Walmart to be put towards Shop with a Cop. This is an amazing event which will help so many children this holiday season. We could not be more grateful to Walmart for hosting such a wonderful experience. In addition, we've also invited the Roseville Fire Department to partake in this joyous occasion with us.

If you would like to join our team, the Roseville Police Department is accepting applications.
12/06/2021

If you would like to join our team, the Roseville Police Department is accepting applications.

We would like to give a huge shout out to our Roseville Walmart and Store Manager "Mo" for the extremely generous donati...
12/03/2021

We would like to give a huge shout out to our Roseville Walmart and Store Manager "Mo" for the extremely generous donation of Firehouse Subs today. We are so grateful to have the appreciation and support from all of our local businesses.

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**REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC**

Incident: Retail Fraud 1st Degree
Case Report: 22-24936
Date: 9/17/2022
Location: 30800 Little Mack, Meijer

Our department is requesting assistance in identifying the pictured individual relating to the alleged theft of $1,432.18 worth of merchandise from our Meijer store located at 13 Mile & Little Mack. After an interaction with store loss prevention, this individual left the scene in a black F-150 pickup truck. The alleged stolen merchandise was recovered.

If anyone has any information as to the identity of this subject, please contact Detective Sidaway @ (586)447-4511 or email at [email protected]
Our department would like to recognize several of our Officers who have recently been promoted.

Sgt. Gudenau was promoted to the rank of Deputy Chief.
Sgt. Otto was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant.
Ofc. D'Agostini was promoted to the rank of Sergeant.
Det. Lines was also promoted to the rank of Sergeant.

Congratulations Deputy Chief Gudenau, Lt. Otto, Sgt. D'Agostini and Sgt. Lines!! 🎉🎉💙💙
Thank you Mr. Wray for sharing your story about your positive interactions with Officer Jackson! He is a tremendous Officer and a great person as well. We can't wait to see Rylan (or shall we say Officer Jackson 😂 ) come Halloween!! 🎃🎃
**REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC**

Incident: Breaking & Entering
Location: 19011 E. 10 Mile Rd - Mansour Mercy Medical Center

Our department is requesting help in identifying the two individuals pictured stemming from an incident in our city. These two suspects pried open the back door to the doctor's office and then proceeded to kick in the pharmacy door.

These suspects used the pictured white Dodge Durango during the commission of this crime. It has a missing hood and driver's side headlight.

If anyone recognizes these two people or vehicle, or has any information that could aid in our investigation, please contact Detective Sidaway at (586) 447-4511 or email at: [email protected]
**REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC**

Date of incident: August 28th, 2022
Location: 13 Mile Rd. & Kelly Rd. Area
Case report: 22-22878

Our department is requesting help in identifying the individual shown in the picture stemming from an incident where entry was attempted at a residence and a ring doorbell camera was stolen.

If anyone has any information relating to this person's identity, please contact Detective Gudel @ (586) 775-8111
**REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC**
NOW HIRING... Come join our team as a Police Cadet/Public Service Aide!! 💙💙💙

For more information email at [email protected] or call at (586) 447-4475
REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC

Date of incident: August 10th, 2022
Case report: 22-21106

Our department is requesting help in identifying the individual shown in the picture stemming from an incident at our Best Buy store located at 30701 Gratiot. The male left in the pictured vehicle upon exiting the business.

If anyone has any information relating to this person's identity, please contact Detective Sidaway @ (586) 447-4511
We were happy to participate in the RARE Summer Day Camp which took place at the Roseville & Eastpointe Recreation Authority. A special thank you to Chubby Charlie's who donated several pizzas to the event.
We are looking forward to seeing everyone at our annual National Night Out event tomorrow!!!!
REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC

Our department is requesting help in identifying the individual shown in the picture.

Incident Type: Breaking & Entering
Occurrence Date/Time: 7/24/2022, 3:30am
Location: 27740 Gratiot (Commando Airsoft)
Case Report #: 22-19293

This individual is a B/M, 15-20 years of age, approximately 5'05"-5'08", black shoes, and a purple winter hat. He had a purple bandanna over his nose and mouth. He was also carrying a black backpack with a unique design on the back.

If you recognize this person, please contact Detective Sidaway at (586) 447-4511, or email: [email protected]
REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FROM THE PUBLIC

Our department is requesting help in identifying the individual who is seen in this video wearing a gray tank top, baseball cap and has a towel draped over his shoulder. This is in connection with an incident that occurred on 7/24/2022 at 11:50pm at 17750 Frazho Rd.

Anyone with information relating to this subject's identity are encouraged to contact Det. Latour at (586) 447-4509 or email at [email protected]. Reference incident #22-19362.
We would like to introduce and welcome the newest member to the Roseville Police Department. Officer James Lafata was sworn in today to start what we are sure will be a long, healthy and safe career serving our community! Welcome to the team, James!
Come join our team, the Roseville Police Department is accepting applications.
Our department would like to congratulate Detective Scicluna for being selected as our "Quarterly Officer of the Year"!! Detective Scicluna has been an outstanding member of this department for almost 20 years and has continuously excelled as an investigator in our detective bureau. Detective Scicluna is known by his fellow peers as a great interviewer and recently was able to gain confessions from two suspects in separate cases, one involving a strong arm robbery and the other a kidnapping/sexual assault of a juvenile victim. Keep up the outstanding work Detective Scicluna!!
The Roseville Police Department is requesting your assistance in identifying the subjects and vehicle shown in the photographs. If you have any information regarding the subjects identity please contact Detective Sidaway at (586) 447-4511.
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