Before he was an attorney prosecuting DUIs, La Cañada Unified School District Governing Board President Dan Jeffries worked on an ambulance crew while he was in college and law school. He witnessed, first hand, often tragic results of drunk driving. Continue reading “LCHS Students to Simulate Drunk Driving Risks”
Students learn differently, and so the safety officials at La Cañada High School capped Red Ribbon Week on campus with varying tactics to deliver important lessons on drug-free living.
The Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Department invited people over to the station Tuesday for a friendly get-together: Joining police and sheriff’s personnel across the country, the department was celebrating National Night Out. Continue reading “Sheriff’s Station Hosts ‘Night Out’ for Community”
The Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station had 13 Special Patrol Requests last week from La Cañada Flintridge residents who were out of town and asked that deputies check on their properties.
In the first week of summer, it figured there were more than 13 households whose inhabitants were away. Continue reading “When Homeowners Are Away, Sheriff’s Dept. is Watching”
Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Deputy Eric Matejka and Detective Shane Maloney likely spurred some nightmares Monday night, and a La Cañada High School sophomore gave them additional reason to fear, and hope. Continue reading “Warning for Parents: Drug Threat is Real”