Five people were arrested in four separate instances in the Rosemont area last week, according to a Sacramento County Sheriff's Department crime report.
Domestic Violence Suspect May Face Deportation
A Rosemont man arrested on domestic violence charges Thursday could be deported because of his immigration status, authorities say.
The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department says Gabriel Hernandez, 38, argued with his wife at their home on Arlisson Drive. Hernandez allegedly punched his wife, but she declined medical attention, according to the crime log.
The pair have three children together, the crime log states.
According to county records, Hernandez is being held on a misdemeanor charge of domestic violence and charges from the U.S. Border Patrol.
Sheriff's department spokesman Dep. Jason Ramos said Hernandez could face deportation "once his current charges are adjudicated."
Man Allegedly Threatens Estranged Wife with .45
A 31-year-old man asked his estranged wife to let him see their kids on April 17, and threatened her with a handgun when she said no, according to the crime log.
The sheriff's department stopped Bronson Alcardato driving away from his wife's Brian Court home, and found him with a loaded .45 calibur handgun under the seat, the crime log states.
"No record of registration could be found for the gun," the department says.
Alcardato was arrested on firearm and threat charges, but was released Monday after posting bail, Ramos said. He was due back in court Wednesday.
Man Allegedly Hospitalizes Ex-Wife
A 24-year-old Rosemont man was arrested Thursday after authorities say he beat his ex-wife at a Tallyho Drive home, temporarily knocking her unconscious and sending her to the hospital.
The crime log says Darnell Henry got into an argument with his ex-wife, whom he continues to date on and off. Henry allegedly hit, slapped and choked her.
"At one point [Henry] slammed [the ex-wife]`s head into a concrete stairway causing her to lose consciousness for a few seconds," the crime log states. "[The ex-wife] had slight redness and a small scratch to her neck and had a complaint of pain to her head. [She] was transported to an area hospital by ambulance where she was treated and released for her injuries."
Henry was arrested on felony domestic violence charges. He also had an outstanding warrant for charges of robbery and battery, according to county records. He's currently being held at the Sacramento County Main Jail on $330,000 bail and is next due in court on Tuesday.
Two Arrested at Apartment Complex
A 19-year-old and a juvenile were arrested Saturday evening at an apartment complex just north of Rosemont, according to the crime log.
Authorities arrived at the Casals Street complex after a report of a disturbance, and saw 19-year-old Kalvin Collins throw a box over a fence, according to the crime log.
"While dealing with [Collins] another subject approached the box and fled on foot through the complex towards the rear parking lot," the crime log states. "A records check revealed [Collins] had an outstanding warrant."
The second suspect, a 17-year-old male, was found hiding in a car that was stopped from leaving the apartment complex. The box that was thrown over the fence was also found in the car, and contained several small bags of marijuana, according to the crime log.
The 17-year-old and Collins were arrested on charges of conspiracy and charges of possessing marijuana to sell.
Collins was released Monday and is due in court April 30, Ramos said.