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Robbery, theft, knifing occupy day for Sacramento police

A gray Saturday turned out to be a fairly busy 24 hours for the Sacramento Police Department, according to the daily activity log the agency released Sunday.

Besides the big fight at the bikers’ convention that resulted in three arrests and the confiscation of a gun, officers also made arrests on a robbery and a car theft in North Sacramento and a commercial theft near the Royal Oaks post office. In addition, two people got knifed in the south area.

The robbery took place at the point of a knife on the 2100 block of Del Paso Boulevard shortly before noon on Saturday. Officers made an arrest at a nearby apartment building. No names were released.

The car theft came around 3:30 p.m., with the officers arresting a suspect at Del Paso Boulevard and El Camino Avenue. Again, no names were listed on the log.

At 7:46 p.m., police took a report from a business owner on Fee Drive who heard footsteps on his roof and thought somebody was trying to steal the air conditioning unit. Officers nabbed a suspect up there who was wanted on out-of-county warrants.

At about 10:15 p.m., the knives came out on the 7300 block of Bruceville Road, police reported. Two victims reported less-than-life-threatening injuries, and an investigation is underway to find out who did it.

Call The Bee’s Andy Furillo, (916) 321-1141. Follow him on Twitter @andyfurillo.