A 19-year-old man was taken into custody this week after he allegedly grabbed a 17-year-old boy’s shirt and threatened physical violence over a pair of car keys.
The Tujunga resident was arrested on suspicion of robbery, said Sgt. Alan Chu, a detective at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station. Continue reading “Man Arrested on Suspicion of Robbery”
A body found in mid-November near La Cañada Flintridge was recently identified as that of a 27-year-old woman who died of blunt force head trauma, officials said. Continue reading “Authorities Investigate Death of Woman Found Near LCF”
Two men arrested in connection with a San Marino burglary last week have bonded out of jail and await their next court appearance, according to San Marino police. Continue reading “Police Nab Burglary Suspects With Help From Other Cities”
Two suspects remained in custody Tuesday after being charged with burglarizing two San Marino homes and leading police on a high-speed chase last week.
A 20-year-old Los Angeles man and a 15-year-old boy are both charged with two counts of first-degree burglary and one count of evading a police officer, authorities said. The boy was arrested on Tuesday, Nov. 6, shortly after the burglaries were reported, and the 20-year-old man was arrested after San Marino police followed up by reviewing security camera footage from neighboring homes. Continue reading “Pair Arrested, Charged in Two Home Burglaries, Police Say”
Six alleged gang members were recently arrested and charged with 60 felony counts in connection with multiple home invasion robberies — including two in La Cañada Flintridge, in which the victims were tied up — and escaping with cash and property worth more than $1 million, authorities said.
Suspects are alleged to have worn masks and gloves as they forced their way into homes, restraining victims and threatening them at gunpoint as they demanded cash and valuables. Continue reading “Suspects Charged in Local Home Invasion Robberies”
Local law enforcement personnel continue to search for a woman they allege broke into a pair of lockers at local gyms to take personal belongings, including car keys that she used to steal both victims’ cars for a short time before returning the vehicles to locations near where they’d been parked when she took them. Continue reading “Cars Stolen After Locker Thefts, Authorities Say”
Detectives continue to investigate the armed robbery of a San Marino resident in his driveway on Friday night.
According to the San Marino Police Department, two unidentified suspects approached the victim at around 9:55 p.m. Friday, July 13, while he exited his vehicle, which he had just parked in the driveway at his home in the 1200 block of St. Albans Road. One suspect is said to have held a silver handgun to the victim’s head while the second suspect cursed at the victim and demanded his watch and money clip. Continue reading “Resident Robbed at Gunpoint, Unharmed”
A La Cañada Flintridge homeowner encountered a burglar in her home Saturday afternoon, one frightening part of a bizarre sequence that began with a stolen car in Burbank and ended with a crash and an arrest in North Hollywood, authorities said.
Crescenta Valley sheriff’s deputies responded at 2:15 p.m. to a report of a burglary in progress in the 5500 block of Alta Canyada Road, according to sheriff’s Capt. Chris Blasnek.
The suspect, who has no known home address, was charged this week with burglary, grand theft and identity theft, Sgt. Alan Chu said. The suspect allegedly stole more than $950 worth of items from an unlocked car parked in front of the home he attempted to burglarize. Continue reading “Resident Encounters Burglary Suspect”
“Zero,” Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Captain Chris Blasnek said. “Zero, zero.”
He was, at Council Jonathan Curtis’ request, repeating the March tally of residential burglaries in La Cañada Flintridge.
City Council members wished to highlight the drop following an uptick late last year and early this year. In January, 14 residential burglaries were recorded in the city, followed by four in February. So far, two residential burglaries have been reported in April.
“It was a lot of hard work,” Blasnek said. “You saw the extra units, we had our burglary-robbery suppression team, and I think it worked. And it wasn’t just us; it was all the neighboring cities, as far as Agoura Hills.” Continue reading “City Lauds Residential Burglary Stymie in March”
City Councilman Greg Brown took to Facebook to commend the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Department on a job well done soon after he learned of the arrest of three men on burglary charges.
“Great news!” Brown wrote online. “One or more burglaries were no doubt stopped tonight!” Continue reading “Three Men Arrested on Suspicion of Burglary”