A Los Angeles man in his early 20s was arrested for his role in a residential burglary after he walked into the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station on Saturday, Jan. 6, Sgt. Alan Chu said.
According to Chu, the man was the driver of a car involved with a burglary that occurred Nov. 28 in the 4900 block of Alta Canyada Road.
“Two males went into the location, one sat in the car and a neighbor took a picture of the car sitting in the driveway, so we followed up on that lead,” Chu said. Continue reading “LCF Burglary Suspect Turns Himself In”
A resident’s call reporting a suspicious vehicle led Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s deputies to arrest two vehicle burglary suspects in the early morning on Nov. 30.
A 24-year-old man from Van Nuys and a 22-year-old woman from Los Angeles were arrested for burglary and mail theft and were being held at the CV Sheriff’s Station on $20,000 bail.
Deputies responded to the 2200 block of Colmena Street after receiving a call at 2:10 a.m. on Nov. 30 about a suspicious vehicle. They found the vehicle parked on the street with its lights on, allegedly ransacked with its window smashed, an indication that it had just been burglarized. Continue reading “Two Burglary Suspects Arrested on Oceanview”
The man whose arrest caused a lockdown Monday, Nov. 6, at Paradise Canyon Elementary School was arraigned Wednesday, Nov. 8, on felony counts of resisting an executive officer, theft of a motor vehicle and two counts of identity theft, according to Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Lt. Mark Slater. Continue reading “Man Arrested Near PCY Charged With Resisting, Car Theft”
Paradise Canyon Elementary School was locked down for about 15 minutes Monday morning as Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Deputies struggled to subdue a suspect who reportedly was sleeping in a stolen Prius near campus, according to Lt. Mark Slater.
Deputies responded at 8 a.m. to reports that a man was asleep in the car, blocking traffic at Gould Avenue and Paulette Place. The vehicle was reported stolen in Clairmont on Oct. 16, Slater said. Continue reading “Nearby Arrest Prompts Lockdown at PCY”
A La Cañada High School student was arrested Monday after authorities were alerted that he made a post on Instagram threatening another student, according to Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Dep. Eric Matejka, who said both juvenile students are in special needs classes.
The student was released to his parents, and after a search of the family’s home, it was determined there was no viable threat, Matejka said.
“There was an image, which appears to be taken from the internet, posted on social media with a threat directed to the other student,” said Matejka, who was notified about the social media post by school security. Continue reading “LCHS Deemed Safe After Arrest”
A burglary suspect was arrested early Monday outside of the Wingstop restaurant in the 1900 block of Verdugo Boulevard, authorities said.
According to Crescenta Valley Sheriff Sgt. Alan Chu, a deputy was driving past the location at about 1:55 a.m. when he spotted the suspect — a 19-year-old from Long Beach — peering into the restaurant’s window. When the deputy turned around to investigate the suspect, four other suspects fled on foot. They were wearing hoods and dark clothing that made them difficult to identify, Chu said. Continue reading “Multiple Arrests Related to Burglaries”
Three people, part of a larger group reportedly squatting in a bank-owned home, were arrested Thursday, March 2, in La Cañada Flintridge on charges related to burglary theft, according to Alan Chu, a sergeant at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station.
He said one of those arrested was a 36-year-old male, who remains in custody and faces charges of grand theft. The other two, a 36-year-old female and a 23-year-old male who are both charged with burglary, were released on their own recognizance Monday, Chu said. Continue reading “Three Squatters Arrested on Charges of Grand Theft, Burglary”