Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Department detectives are investigating claims about a pair of armed robberies last week near Glenhaven Park in La Cañada Flintridge, an official said. Continue reading “Sheriff’s Detectives Investigating Armed Robbery Complaints”
Capt. Chris Blasnek took his first tour of the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station on Monday, and had only positive impressions to report: “There are a lot of nice people here,” he said. “Capt. Song left me a very nice gem.”
Bill Song, who served as the CV Station’s captain for nearly four years, was promoted to commander last month and transferred, over the weekend, to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Technology and Support Division. Continue reading “Blasnek is CV’s New Sherriff in Town”
Capt. Bill Song soon will be Cmdr. Song.
On Sunday, April 2, the current captain at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station is set to depart the post he’s held since May 2013. Song learned recently that he has been tabbed for a promotion, which the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department announced Tuesday will be in its Technology and Support Division. Continue reading “CV Sheriff’s Department to Change Captains”
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”
At Tuesday’s City Council meeting, city staff members defended their decision not to file reports with the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station following three recent acts of vandalism at Memorial Park. Continue reading “City Opts Not to Report Vandalism at Memorial Park”
Three juveniles were arrested after attempting to steal a car on Feb. 15 from the La Cañada High School parking lot, according to LCHS 7/8 Principal Jarrett Gold. Continue reading “LCHS Carjacking Attempt Thwarted”
Authorities are still searching for three suspects involved in a violent incident of possible road rage last week in La Cañada Flintridge, according to Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s detective Rodger Burt. Continue reading “Man Beaten in LCF in Possible Road Rage Incident”
Anything you say on social media can be used against you in an attempted hoax — that’s the message authorities seek to deliver to parents and their children in light of fake-kidnapping scam attempts in the area.
A crew of burglars appears to have targeted La Cañada Flintridge last week, breaking into six residences on Friday, Dec. 16, according to reports from the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station.
“I think it’s one crew hitting a whole lot of people in the same area,” said Detective Alan Chu of the spate of break-ins, most of which were reported in southern LCF. “That’s just my opinion, but all of a sudden we had a whole cluster of them in the same area, and in just one night.”
Detective Rodger Burt will be the first to tell you, the odds are ever against the authorities in their efforts to catch identity thieves.