4 Arrests Made in Recent Roseville Suspicious Activity Incidents

4 Arrests Made in Recent Roseville Suspicious Activity Incidents

A total of four suspects were arrested in recent events regarding suspicious activity in the North Central Roseville area, according to an official weekly crime report issued by the Roseville Police Department.

Just before 5 pm on Saturday, November 1, a citizen called in a suspicious activity regarding a man and woman in the area of Ridgerun Drive and Foxhollow Way. The two were reportedly walking around and looking into cars. The witness called 911, giving the dispatcher descriptions of the two suspects and their vehicle, and kept an eye on them under officers arrived.

Upon arrival, officers reportedly found the male suspect on foot and searched him, finding a concealed window punch — a tool thieves use to break into cars. The woman was not located.

Oleg Vladimirovich Barsukov, 22, of Citrus Heights was arrested on suspicion of possessing a burglar’s tool.

Roneel Deo and Ravilesh Kumar, images from Facebook.

Roneel Deo and Ravilesh Kumar, images from Facebook.

And on Wednesday, November 5, at 1:08 am, officers reportedly responded to another suspicious person call. Upon arrival they made contact with three people along Highway 65 between Galleria Boulevard and Pleasant Grove Boulevard. The three were reportedly found to be in possession of forged checks stolen during a vehicle burglary in Elk Grove, as well as other suspected stolen property. And one of the suspects also had methamphetamine.

Anish Sen Arjun, 24, of Elk Grove, and Sacramento residents Roneel Deo, 25, and Ravilesh Kumar, 25, were reportedly arrested on suspicion of possessing stolen property and other related charges.

Deo had been arrested in March on charges of DUI and assault with force likely to cause great bodily injury. Kumar had been charged in June with grand theft, possessing stolen property, and identity theft, and in December 2013 with possession of stolen property.

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