Saturday, January 20, 2018

#LASD Altadena Mountain Rescue Members are Awesome and Volunteers!


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Saturday January 20, 2018, 9:00 AM

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Advisory: Another Day, Another Rescue, plus Tacos! #LASD Altadena Mountain Rescue Members are Awesome and Volunteers!
 
Altadena Mountain Rescue Team was called for the search of two hikers lost in the area of Fern Canyon and Brown Mountain, in the Angeles National Forest, on Friday, January 19, 2018 at approximately 5:00 p.m.

Altadena rescue units had text communication with the hikers, who were not on a marked trail, but were able to send their location to the rescue team by using their cell phone locator.

The hikers were just southwest of Brown Mountain above Altadena. After braving the rain, at around 9pm, rescue team members could hear the hikers yelling, but due to the thick clouds, the lost hikers could not be seen. Finally there was a break in cloud cover and a Los Angeles County Fire Department helicopter was requested to help search the area for the hikers. Just as rescue members on the ground got close to the hikers, the clouds returned and the helicopter was canceled.

Altadena Mountain Rescuers on the ground were able to locate and contact the hikers. It was determined they were uninjured and able to hike out on their own with rescuers for 2 miles, to reach the Mt. Lowe Truck Trail.

The hikers, a 25 year-old male resident of Los Angeles, and a 25 year-old male resident of New Orleans, had become lost in the darkness and thick clouds. They did not have a flashlight. The lost hikers had been on the trail for 5 hours before they called 911.

Our volunteer rescue members had just finished their day jobs when this call came out. They raced up to search for the lost hikers. The next crew members saw their partners had a 5 mile hike and the potential for a long night ahead, so they decided to pick up dollar tacos at a drive thru. Rescuers and hikers were able to share a couple of tacos for dinner before heading out.

Pictured are Altadena Mountain Rescue Team members Ernest Park and Wally Stephen with the hikers enjoying a well deserved taco dinner. Rescuer team members arrived back at the station at around 1:30 a.m.

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Daniel Paige, Deputy
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Friday, January 19, 2018

Altadena Sheriff’s Station Weekly Crime Blotter



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Thursday January 18, 2018, 1:01 PM

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Altadena Sheriff’s Station Weekly Crime Blotter.
Sunday, January 7th
8:18 AM – A grand theft occurred in the 1900 block of Meadowbrook Road. Stolen: currency.
2:00 PM – A vehicle vandalism occurred in the 2200 block of N. Lincoln Avenue. Vehicle damage: scratch driver’s side door.
Monday, January 8th
7:20 PM – A vehicle was reported stolen from the 300 block of E. Woodbury Road. Vehicle described as a black 1998 Nissan Frontier. Vehicle was recovered approximately 20 minutes later in the same area. 
5:50 PM – An assault with a deadly weapon and domestic incident occurred in the 1600 block of Morada Place. Suspect was taken into custody.
6:00 PM – A burglary from a garage occurred in the 3100 block of Fair Oaks Avenue. Suspect(s) entered the garage by prying the door. Stolen: LG stainless steel stackable washer/dryer, Bosch power tool, and miscellaneous construction tools.
Tuesday, January 9th
12:00 PM – A residential burglary occurred in the 2600 block of Glen Avenue. Suspect(s) entered the residence by shattering the window. Stolen: unknown.
12:00 PM – A package theft occurred in the 1900 block of Garfias Drive. Stolen: package containing electric saw and other hardware.
12:30 PM – A residential burglary occurred in the 3100 block of Rubio Road. Suspect(s) entered the residence by prying the door. Stolen: unknown.
Wednesday, January 10th
11:00 AM – A petty theft from an unlocked vehicle occurred in the 1000 block of W. Palm Street. Stolen: red Coach wallet containing credit cards, currency, and keys.
5:55 PM – A residential burglary occurred in the 1200 block of Rubio Canyon Drive. Suspect(s) entered the residence by shattering the glass door. Stolen: green jewelry box, black and brown jewelry pouch, and miscellaneous costume jewelry.
Thursday, January 11th
8:00 PM – A theft from an unlocked vehicle occurred in the 2000 block of Lewis Avenue. Stolen: white and red canvas bag, black stethoscope, pink stethoscope, and purple leather purse.
Friday, January 12th
1:25 PM – An assault with a deadly weapon occurred in the 100 block of W. Harriet Street. Suspect was taken into custody. 
11:00 PM – A domestic violence incident occurred in the 2000 block of Beverly Road. Suspect not in custody.
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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Things to consider when purchasing / using a safe to keep valuables secure at home.


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Tuesday January 16, 2018, 5:12 PM

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Community: Things to consider when purchasing / using a safe to keep valuables secure at home.
 
If you were raised in 30 plus years ago, there is a good chance your childhood was quite different than today.  Seatbelts were optional, and if your car was before the early 1960’s there may have not been any seatbelts at all, lead paint and asbestos were part of our past. And, if you grew up in a hunting and shooting family there would have been guns around.
Several other potentially dangerous objects were found in homes.  We were told, “not to touch” and likely if you are reading this, you made it out of the “dangerous” years unscathed.  How do we secure your possessions, and not make it too much of a nuisance that the security measures don’t go unused.
How do we best protect your property, guns and belongings?

Gun Cases
The primary role of this kind of affordable carry case is to protect one or more firearms from physical damage, NOT to prevent theft.  Burglars know what a gun case looks like and can easily pick up a locked case and carry it out of your home, only to pry it open later on.

Strong Boxes and Security Cases
represent an effort by manufacturers to provide gun owners with the anti-theft and gun-finish protection features of a locking gun cabinet while maintaining the portability of handgun and long-gun carry cases.  Also, unless the strong steel case isn’t anchored securly, there is a high probability of it being stolen.

Locking Steel Gun Cabinets
provide an increased level of storage capacity and internal configuration options, when compared to security cases and strong boxes, but they differ from gun safes in several respects. The thinner gauge of steel, a simple locking mechanism, and the absence of fire-resistant insulation keeps these units in the $150 to $450 price range and reduces their weight. Because these cabinets are light enough to be moved safely up and down stairs by just one or two people, they can be employed in locations such as apartment buildings or second-floor rooms, where a gun safe would be too large or heavy to install.

Gun Safes
represent the most secure gun storage option available to the average gun owner. A basic, no-frills safe is superior to any other storage option discussed so far in preventing unauthorized access to firearms. The dedicated racks and lined interiors will help to protect the finish of the guns and, most importantly, safes are an effective theft deterrent. A gun safe’s weight, the heavy-gauge steel of the outer box, the complex locking mechanism, and the option to bolt the safe directly to a concrete slab, all work together to frustrate the efforts of burglars. Safes not only fulfill the three-fold mission of safe gun storage, they can also provide additional protection against flooding, fires and other disasters. Quality safes are available from American manufacturers, including Cannon, Fort Knox and Liberty Safe.

The purchase of a gun safe represents a significant financial commitment. Just like other high-end consumer products, safes are available with a wide variety of features, all of which affect the bottom line cost of the unit. With prices ranging from $500 to more than $2,500, it’s important to understand which features are important to you. Here are some considerations to keep in mind when selecting a safe:

Many of the remaining features of a gun safe can be considered in the same way as those of an automobile. The fancier the paint job and upholstery are, the higher the cost will be. Electronic locks are faster and easier to use than manual (spin dial) locks, but they can be more expensive. When buying a vehicle, we pay close attention to how the configuration of the interior fits our requirements. With a safe, ensure that the shelves and racks will fit the gun collection properly so as to maximize your storage space. The thickness of the steel, and different fire ratings.  Not all safes are created equally, and please do your research prior to purchasing a fancy electronic safe that may be missing important features you may have wanted.

Not Bolting Safe Down:  Relying on the weight of the safe alone to keep it from getting stolen is naive.  Installing a gun safe without anchoring by bolting it down is like putting on a motorcycle helmet but not fastening the chin strap.  The un-anchored gun safe looks like it’s doing something, but at the first sign of trouble it’s going to disappear.

There is an advantage today over the past as the technology has changed and improved in so many ways, there are more options for responsible gun owners to choose from than ever before. No matter what your storage requirements or financial situation may be, there is a safe gun storage method to meet your needs.

Here is a helpful link:

http://www.nashvillesafehouse.com/faq/top-10-things-to-know-before-buying-a-safe/
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Thursday, January 11, 2018

Altadena Sheriff’s Station Weekly Crime Blotter


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Thursday January 11, 2018, 7:00 AM

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Sunday, December 31st
7:00 AM – A vehicle was reported stolen from the 3000 block of GlenroseAvenue.  Vehicle described as a white 2017 Toyota Prius V.
11:30 PM – A vehicle was reported stolen from the area of Woodbury Road and Raymond Avenue.  Vehicle described as a tan 2002 Toyota Sienna.
Monday, January 1st
2:00 PM – A residential burglary occurred in the 2900 block of Casitas Avenue.  Suspect(s) entered the residence via unknown means.  Stolen:  airsoft gun.  Suspect has been identified as a juvenile and was taken into custody.
Tuesday, January 2nd
10:00 AM – A residential burglary occurred in the 1400 block of Crest Drive.  Suspect(s) entered the residence by prying the rear door.  Stolen: jewelry.
8:00 PM – A residential burglary occurred in the 2300 block of Crystal Lane.  Suspect(s) entered the residence via the unsecured window.  Stolen:  jewelry and brown Louis Vuitton carry-on suitcase.
10:00 PM – A vehicle burglary occurred in the 2200 block of PinecrestDrive.  Suspect(s) entered the vehicle by shattering the rear window.  Stolen:  black backpack and blue duffle bag.
Wednesday, January 3rd
7:20 AM – A domestic violence incident occurred in the area of Raymond Lane and Woodbury Road.  Suspect was taken into custody.
3:00 PM – A vehicle vandalism occurred in the area of Lincoln Avenue and Figueroa Street.  Vehicle damage: slashed tires.
4:10 PM – Jessica Wood, 43 years old of Los Angeles was arrested in the area of El Molino Street and Woodbury Road for possession of a controlled substance.
5:00 PM – A vehicle burglary occurred in the 1400 block of N. Altadena Drive.  Suspect(s) entered the vehicle by shattering the driver’s side window.  Stolen:  vehicle registration.
7:11 PM – Oscar Bell, 42 years old of Pasadena was arrested in the 20 block of E. Woodbury Road for loitering.
10:00 PM – A vehicle vandalism occurred in the 2900 block of El NidoDrive.  Suspect has been identified as a juvenile.
Saturday, January 6th
8:00 PM – A vehicle vandalism occurred in the 100 block of Sacramento Street.  Vehicle damage:  profanity written on vehicle.
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Friday, January 5, 2018

Altadena Sheriff’s Station Weekly Crime Blotter.


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Friday January 5, 2018, 12:46 PM

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Monday, December 25th
6:00 AM – A grand theft from a vehicle occurred in the 4000 block of Chaney Trail.  Stolen:  black Thule cargo box, black sleeping bag, and gray headrests.
8:15 PM – Michael Robertson, 32 years old of Altadena was arrested in the 2100 block of Fair Oaks Avenue for assault with a deadly weapon.
10:00 PM – A battery occurred in the 1600 block of Homewood Drive.  Suspect identified however, not in custody.
Tuesday, December 26th
9:00 PM – A vehicle vandalism occurred in the 2000 block of GalbrethRoad.  Suspect(s) etched the vehicle.
10:19 PM – A vehicle vandalism occurred in the 2000 block of GalbrethRoad.  Suspect(s) scratched the vehicle.
Wednesday, December 27th
5:30 AM – A residential burglary occurred in the 2200 block of MidwickRoad.  Suspect(s) entered the residence by shattering the glass door.  Stolen:  unknown.
11:28 AM – A domestic battery occurred in the 1200 block of Sonoma Drive.  Suspect was taken into custody.
2:29 PM – A residential burglary occurred in the 1000 block of Alta Pine Drive.  Suspect(s) entered the residence by shattering the glass door.  Stolen: unknown.
5:50 PM – A vehicle burglary occurred in the 2200 block of Lincoln Avenue.  Suspect(s) entered the vehicle via unknown means.  Stolen: purple Longchamp tote bag, silver Macbook Air, medication, and green Giorgio Armani prescription glasses.
Friday, December 29th
9:00 AM – A residential burglary occurred in the 2900 block of Casitas Avenue.  Suspect(s) entered the residence via the unsecured door.  Stolen:  documents and currency.
10:08 AM – A vehicle was reported stolen from the 600 block of Pine Street.  Vehicle described as a silver 2001 Lexus ES300.  Vehicle was recovered by Hawthorne PD on 12/29/17.
Saturday, December 30th
8:45 AM – A vehicle was reported stolen from the 2600 block of Boulder Road.  Vehicle described as burgundy 2009 Jeep Wrangler.  Vehicle outstanding.
4:40 PM – A petty theft occurred in the 3300 block of Lincoln Avenue.   Stolen: gray and red Motorola Z-Droid cellphone.
5:44 PM – Ray Ramirez, 31 years old of Altadena was arrested in the 2200 block of Crary Street for possession of narcotics.
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Wednesday, January 3, 2018

What You Need to Know: “Driving While High” Also Means DUI


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Wednesday January 3, 2018, 5:51 PM

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Advisory: What You Need to Know: “Driving While High” Also Means DUI
 
Under the law, there are a variety of different DUI offenses with which a driver could potentially be charged. The courts have made it clear that driving under the influence of any drug (23152(f) VC) and driving under a combined influence of any alcoholic beverage and drug (23152(g) VC) are both illegal.

In order for the defendant to be convicted of driving under the influence of drugs, the following elements must be present:
 
  1.     The defendant drove a vehicle, and
       2.     When the defendant drove, he or she was under the  influence of alcohol, a drug (prescription or illicit) and/or both. A drug is defined as a substance that when introduced into your body causes changes to its physiological state and causes impairment. It is not a defense that the defendant was legally entitled to use the drug.

To determine if the driver is under the influence, the deputy will make several observations looking for general indicators of being under the influence of drugs or alcohol.  The deputy will then demonstrate and ask the driver to perform a series of Standardized Field Sobriety Tests.  The tests employ the concept of divided attention to assess the driver’s impairment.  The deputy will also conduct a series of tests on the eyes (horizontal and vertical nystagmus, lack of convergence).  These tests are physiological in nature and are indicators of alcohol or drug use.  The deputy may then use a preliminary alcohol screening device to take a preliminary breath test to either confirm or rule out alcohol.

The Sheriff’s Department has been preparing for the potential legalization of marijuana for the last ten years when medicinal marijuana was legalized.  During those ten years, DUI marijuana cases have been steadily on the rise.  Equipped with the expertise gained through specialized training in Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, Advance Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement and Drug Recognition Expert training, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is prepared to identify impaired drivers whether it is alcohol, drug or a combination of both, and arrest them.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office has received much of the same training and is prepared to prosecute the potential increase in related arrests.

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**FOUND** #LASD Missing At-Risk Juvenile from 2900 blk of Nido Dr. Altadena, Richard White, Male White, 12 y/o, 5'5"


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Wednesday January 3, 2018, 2:05 PM

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Advisory: **FOUND** #LASD Missing At-Risk Juvenile from 2900 blk of Nido Dr. Altadena, Richard White, Male White, 12 y/o, 5'5"
 
 Altadena missing person Richard White was found safe and uninjured on Wednesday, January 3rd, 2017 at approximately 1 P.M. with the assistance of the Azusa Police Department, Richard White was transported to a local hospital to be medically screened and reunited with his family.

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Missing Persons unit would like to thank the public for their assistance in locating Richard White.

Written by:
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ORIGINAL POST
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Detectives from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Richard White. Richard was noticed missing on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 8:50 p.m. during a facility check at Hathaway-Sycamores Group Home, 2933 El Nido Drive, Altadena. Richard has walked away from the facility once before.

Richard is a 12-year old White male, 5’5” tall, weighing 140 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans.

Richard suffers from a medical condition which requires him to take medication daily and had not taken his medication prior to being reported missing.

Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Altadena Station, Detective Ojeda at (626) 798-1131 or (626) 798-2130.

If you prefer to provide information anonymously, you may call "Crime Stoppers" by dialing (800) 222-TIPS (8477), use your smartphone by downloading the "P3 MOBILE APP" on Google Play or the App Store, or by using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org.

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