Placer County man accused of illegally entering emergency zone, burglarizing home

Placer County man accused of illegally entering emergency zone, burglarizing home
Above: Logan Gross arrest | Placer County Sheriff’s Office

A Placer County man was recently arrested after allegedly posing as a contractor, unlawfully entering an emergency zone, and burglarizing a residence.

On the afternoon of September 8th, deputies responded to a burglary-in-progress report in the Parkwood Court area of Todd Valley, which at the time was located within an active emergency/evacuation zone due to the #MosquitoFire.

Deputies arrived in time to intercept a man identified as 20-year-old Logan Gross. Gross had allegedly posed as a contractor and gained unlawful entry to the emergency zone, and deputies found items stolen from the home in his truck, the Sheriff’s Office said.

Gross was arrested and booked on suspicion of burglary and unauthorized entry into an emergency area, and has since posted bail, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

Placer County man accused of illegally entering emergency zone, burglarizing home was last modified: September 16th, 2022 by admin
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