Officers from the Roseville Police Department recently made some drug related arrests in the area, according to an official weekly crime report.
On Tuesday, September 30 at 9:18 pm, officers reportedly checked on suspected drug activity in an apartment complex parking lot in the 2500 block of Hayden Parkway. The officers conducted a probation search and arrested two people. Thomas Lee Beaver, 55, and Teresa Enriquez Martinez, 52, who both reside at a unit in the Siena apartments, were reportedly arrested on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine and other related charges, including conspiracy, destroying evidence, and resisting arrest.
Beaver has a long arrest record. He was picked up in February for attempted auto theft and possession of burglar’s tools. Last November he was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and an illegal “dirk or dagger” and failure to appear in court. 2011 and 2012 saw at least five other arrests on drug related charges.
On Sunday, October 5 at 5:15 pm, officers reportedly responded to a report of two men acting suspicious, and crouching behind a wall with a lighter in the 600 block of Shasta Oaks Circle. The small neighborhood is adjacent to Ferris Spanger Elementary School, which is just over the wall behind the homes on Shasta Oaks.
Officers reportedly made contact with the two men and arrested them. Matthew Nowakowski, 22, and Alexander Nowakowski, 25 — both of Roseville — were reportedly arrested on suspicion of possessing narcotics and drug paraphernalia. The pair were arrested together before, in March of 2013, for possession of concentrated cannabis and controlled substances.
A recent Facebook post by Alex Nowakowski, on September 29, reads “First bonus check In my entire life and I’m f***in loving it! !! Love my new job”. The pair must have been released yesterday, as Matt posted “Freedom never smelled soo good”.