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It’s time for a #coffeebreak! Join us for #coffeewithacop at #bigrivercoffee until 11am today.
#coffee #community #srpdcares #SantaRosa #bettertogether
SRPD would like to congratulate our first Spanish Police Experience (SCPE) graduates! Today was the last of a six-week Spanish program held on the Roseland University Prep campus. Congratulations SPCE Class 1! And Thank you to RUP for allowing us to use your campus!  #Policiaycominidad #roselanduniversityprep #communityactionpartnership
Coffee with a Cop is just one week away! Please join us and stop by Big River Coffee (3345 Industrial Dr # 18 in Santa Rosa) next Wed. (June 19) from 9:00am to 11:00am for some coffee and conversation with SRPD officers and staff. See you there!
#coffeewithacop #srpd #bigrivercoffee #santarosa #coffee #community #communitypolicing
‪Please welcome our newly sworn-in officers: Ofc. Tyler Saldanha, Ofc. Adam Edmonds, and Ofc. Kayla Douglas. Welcome to the SRPD Family!‬
Celebrating Pride with our community.  #community
Evidence recovered at #SRHS today following a lockdown caused by a 15 year-old who decided to bring this on campus. We are happy to report nobody was hurt.
Please help us welcome our newest officers to the SRPD family!  Officer Kayla Douglas and Officer Adam Edmonds graduated from the SRJC Police Academy today 🎉🎓
Gang Participant Arrested with Stolen Gun and Narcotics for Sale (19-6711)  For more details:
Three Juvenile Gang Participants Arrested with Two Replica Semi-Automatic Firearms After Resisting Arrest (19-6696)  For more details:
Neighborhood Complaint Results in Additional Arrests and Seizure of Another Firearm (19-6932)

Previously SRPD received numerous complaints from residents in the area of Beachwood Drive and Myrtlewood Drive. 
On Thursday, May 16, 2019, at 8:10 a.m., SRPD Gang Crimes Team along with Sonoma County Juvenile Probation conducted a probation search in the 1400 block of Beachwood Drive.  The probation search was related to one of the problem residences where a juvenile was on probation for possessing a firearm. 
During the probation search, detectives and probation officers were meet with subjects who were uncooperative, attempting to hide and conceal contraband.  As a result of the search, detectives and probation officers located a semi-automatic firearm with a loaded magazine and numerous rounds of ammunition for different caliber handguns and rifles. 
Elijah Alejandro Garcia, a 19-year-old Santa Rosa resident was arrested for PC 22910(a) – Possession of a Firearm with an Obliterated Serial Number. 
Antonio Elias-Obregon, a 44-year-old Santa Rosa resident was arrested for PC 148(a)(1) – Resisting, Obstructing, and Delaying a Peace Officer and an outstanding arrest warrant out of Lake County. 
In February, a 15-year-old male juvenile was arrested for the following offenses: PC 25400 – Carrying a Concealed Firearm, PC 25850(c)(6) – Carrying a Loaded Firearm in Public (Unregistered), PC 186.22(a) – Active Gang Participant, and PC 186.22(b) – Gang Enhancement.  The same juvenile was arrested again for possessing another firearm. 
The 15-year-old male juvenile and Santa Rosa resident was also arrested for PC 29820(b) – Prohibited Person with a Firearm, 22910(a) – Possession of a Firearm with an Obliterated Serial Number and WIC 777 – Violation of Juvenile Probation. 
The Santa Rosa Police Department is committed to reducing violence in our city.  We encourage anyone who witnesses criminal activity to immediately call and report the activity to the police department at (707) 528-5222.  Completely confidential and anonymous messages about gang activity can be left at 707-543-GANG (4264).
SCAM ALERT: We have received numerous reports that a man, impersonating a Santa Rosa Police Department employee, is calling registered sex offenders and demanding they provide personal information over the phone. The caller has been able to mask his phone number so it appears as if he is calling from the police department (707) 543-3600 even though he is not at all affiliated. 
If you receive a call similar to this, do NOT provide any personal information, including credit card numbers, or social security numbers. The Santa Rosa Police Department will not call anyone, including registered sex offenders, demanding personal information or any form of payment over the telephone. That information would be requested in-person through official meetings.