The Roseville Police Department recently made arrests in two separate cases, one that included a suspect assaulting a taxi driver and the other for a man trespassing in a garage, according to an official report.
On Saturday, March 29 at approximately 2:08 pm, officers reportedly responded to a report of a disturbance between a taxi driver and his passenger on Sunrise Avenue at Palm Avenue. Officers reportedly learned that the intoxicated passenger had been verbally abusing the driver, and when the driver pulled over to let the passenger out, the passenger blocked the driver from getting back into the cab.
This reportedly resulted in a physical fight, and when officers arrived they reportedly witnessed the passenger punching the driver in the face, ignoring the officers’ orders to stop. Larry Wayne Hole, 46 of Roseville, was reportedly arrested on suspicion of battery and obstructing officers.
And on Monday March 31, at 3:14 am, a resident of the 1400 block of Rose Glen Drive reportedly was awakened by the sound of someone talking in his garage. Officers arrived and reportedly found a suspect exiting from the side of the garage door, carrying a metal pole. The suspect reportedly seemed disoriented and was talking to himself.
Anthony Kalaualii Reeves, 37, of Loomis, was reportedly arrested on suspicion of trespassing in an occupied house.
In both cases , the suspects were booked and released on citations to appear, and mugshots are not available.