Tuesday, January 20, 2015

ALD 7 Crime Blotter for January 4th







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Tuesday January 20, 2015, 1:05 PM

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Sunday, January 4th


12:00 AM – Robert Wilson was arrested for public intoxication near the
400 block of E. Woodbury Rd.





Tuesday, January 6th


9:54 PM – Victim reported an assault with a deadly weapon (firearm
used, no shots fired, the victim and the suspect were known to one
another) at the 1300 block of Coolidge Av.  The suspect was taken
into custody.





Wednesday, January 7th


7:35 AM – Victim reported a residential burglary near the 2000 block
of Skyview Dr.  A black wallet, Canadian currency, and a wooden,
 triangular jewelry box were reported stolen.





2:00 PM – A bicycle was found at the 1800 block of Layton St. 
The bicycle’s original color was blue but was spray painted white.





2:05 PM – Victim reported a residential burglary near the 1200 block
of E. Palm St.  It was unknown what items were stolen at the time of
the report.





4:30 PM – Victim reported a residential burglary near the 1400 block
of Crest Dr.  It was unknown what items were reported stolen at the
time of the report.





Thursday, January 8th


7:00 AM – Victim reported vandalism to their vehicle at the 500 block
of E. Sacramento St.





Friday, January 9th


7:30 AM – Victim reported a residential burglary near the 600 block of
E. Calaveras St.  A wedding band, Rolex watch, iPod, Nintendo DS3,
and Nook tablet were reported stolen.





2:50 PM – Brian Prohaska was arrested for criminal threats at the 2600
block of E. Washington Bl.





Saturday, January 10th


1:22 AM – Lonnie Jones was arrested for being under the influence of a
controlled substance near the area of Lincoln Av. and Woodbury Rd.





10:30 AM – Victim reported vandalism to their residence at the 3100
block of Thurin Av.





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Friday, January 9, 2015

Altadena Station Explorer Program







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Thursday January 8, 2015, 3:16 PM

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- Altadena Station, Los Angeles County Sheriff

Jim McDonnell,
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Explorer Program



 
Open enrollment for the Altadena VIDA
program will take place on Monday, January 12th, 2015, at 6
pm, and Monday, January 19th, 2015 at 6 pm. These enrollment
dates are for the next VIDA class starting on February 11, 2015.
Enrollment will be at Eliot Middle School, room # 127. Eliot Middle
School is located at 2184 Lake Avenue, Altadena, CA 91001. You can locate
the application at http://vida.la/docs/full-vida-application-0313.pdf
The goal of V.I.D.A (Vital Intervention
Directional Alternatives) is to put at-risk youth back on the right track
through military structured activities. The program is a total of 16
weeks starting on February 11, 2015. Program participants will meet twice
during the week. Wednesday’s from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm involving the child
and the parent, and Saturday’s from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, involving only the
child. The VIDA program is designed to build leaders by developing
self-esteem, teaching team work & discipline, improving academics,
and strengthening the family core by improving family relationships.
There is also a component of the program which offers tutoring,
counseling, and drug testing. If you have a child between the ages
of 11-17 who has a problem with academics, drugs, alcohol, disobedience,
or problems with the law, this program may be just what they need to get
them on a successful path. If you have any questions about the program,
contact Deputy Walters at (661) 753-6293, for additional information.
 
       
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Friday, January 2, 2015

ALD 7 Crime Blotter for December 21st.

Altadena Sheriff's Station Crime Blotter, week of December 21, 2014

Sunday, December 21st

6:00 AM – Victim reported a vehicle vandalism near the 600 block of Ventura St.



Monday, December 22nd

3:26 PM – Richard Colomes was arrested for a traffic warrant in the area of Lincoln Av. and Devirian Pl.



Tuesday, December 23rd

4:00 PM – Victim reported a residential burglary at the 2000 block of N. Mar Vista Av.  Currency and an iPod were reported stolen.



Wednesday, December 24th

3:45 PM – Russell Medlock was arrested for a warrant near the area of Fair Oaks Av. and Mendocino St.



Thursday, December 25th

2:47 PM – Victim reported a domestic violence incident at the 300 block of W. Figueroa St.



Friday, December 26th

3:57 PM – Victim reported a domestic battery near the 2200 block of E. Washington Bl.



10:01 PM – Victim reported an assault with a deadly weapon at the 600 block of E. Pine St.



Saturday, December 27th

11:12 PM – Victims reported an assault with a deadly weapon near the area of Sacramento St. and Casitas Av.


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Thursday, December 18, 2014

ALD 7 Crime Blotter for the week of December 7th







 





Lots of batteries and assaults this week.  Crime blotter provided by the Altadena Sheriff's Station.

Sunday, December 7th 9:00 AM – Victim reported a residential burglary near the 3000 block of Glenrose Av.  Two laptop computers were reported stolen.



3:31 PM – William Ware was arrested for being drunk in public near the area of Lincoln Avenue and Figueroa Drive.



Monday, December 8th

1:00 PM – Deputies responded to a report regarding possible elder abuse at the 2500 block of E. Washington Boulevard.



Tuesday, December 9th

10:30 AM – Ricardo Campos was arrested for possession of a controlled substance at the 1200 block of N. Raymond Avenue.



11:45 AM – Victim reported a battery by a known suspect near the 2200 block of Lincoln Avenue. 



Wednesday, December 10th

6:15 AM – Victim reported a vehicle vandalism at the 1400 block of E. Mendocino Avenue.



1:30 PM – Victim reported a domestic violence incident near the 2300 block of Lake Avenue.



4:45 PM – Victim reported a vehicle burglary at 2180 Lincoln Av.enue  A laptop computer was reported stolen.



Thursday, December 11th

7:43 AM – Victim reported a theft near the 2300 block of Santa Anita Avenue.



11:54 AM – Victim reported a spousal battery at the 2100 block of Santa Rosa Avenue.



8:20 PM – Victim reported an assault with a deadly weapon near the 2200 block of Raymond Lane.  Suspects were described as two male black adults, 25-30 years old.



Friday, December 12th

9:30 AM – Victim reported an identity theft at the 500 block of Crosby Street.



Saturday, December 13th

6:05 PM – Victim reported a domestic violence incident at the 1700 block of Oakwood Street.



7:00 PM – Victim reported a domestic violence incident at the 2100 block of Navarro Av.



11:39 PM – Victim reported a battery at the 800 block of E. Woodbury Road.  The suspect was arrested.

Thursday, December 4, 2014

ALD 7 Crime Blotter for November 16th







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Wednesday December 3, 2014, 1:55 PM

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Sunday, November 16th


10:00 AM – Victim reported a vehicle burglary near the 400 block of E.
Sacramento St.  The victim’s keys, cellphone, and currency were
reported stolen.





Monday, November 17th


8:49 AM – A domestic battery occurred at the 2100 block of Casitas Av.





12:00 PM – Victim reported a battery at Eliot Middle School, 2184 N.
Lake Av.





2:00 PM – Two victims reported vandalism to their vehicles at the 24
Hr. Fitness, 2180 Lincoln Av.





Tuesday, November 18th


12:10 AM – Vernell Myles was arrested for possession of narcotic
paraphernalia near the area of Altadena Dr. and Highview Av.





8:30 AM – Victim reported a residential burglary at the 3100 block of
Crestford Dr.





3:00 PM – Victim reported a vehicle vandalism at the 700 block of E.
Sacramento St.





Wednesday, November 19th


4:14 AM – Tyler Cabezas was arrested for criminal threats near the
1700 block of Midlothian Dr.





Thursday, November 20th


1:17 PM – Victim reported a petty theft at the 1700 block of Craig
Av.  A child’s car seat was reported stolen.





4:35 PM – A juvenile was arrested for shoplifting from Walmart, 2408
Lincoln Av.





8:05 PM – A domestic violence incident was reported near the 1700
block of E. Oakwood St.





Friday, November 21st


4:00 PM – Victim reported a petty theft near the 1200 block of E.
Lexington St.





6:27 PM – Victim reported a battery by an unknown suspect occurred at
the 2100 block of N. Raymond Av.





Saturday, November 22nd


11:52 PM – Charles Johnson was arrested for a warrant near the area of
Fair Oaks Av. and Harriet St.





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Monday, November 24, 2014

Statement From Sheriff-Elect Jim McDonnell on the Ferguson Verdict #LASD







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Monday November 24, 2014, 7:58 PM

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Jim McDonnell on the Ferguson Verdict #LASD



 
 
The frustration we have seen in Ferguson, Missouri
demonstrates what can happen when a divide develops between government --
through one of its most vital agents, law enforcement -- and the
community it serves. It is why community policing and engagement must not
merely be something we do, but rather it must be who we are and how we
operate every day.
 
The Grand Jury in Ferguson, Missouri has spoken. Yet a
community is still fractured and many lives are forever and irreparably
impacted.
 
I urge those who may be disappointed by today’s
decision to nonetheless respect the outcome and processes of our legal
system. The greatness of our nation comes from our ability to come
together peacefully and lawfully, to speak up about what is on our minds,
and to respect one another.
 
I have great confidence that the residents of Los
Angeles County will maintain calm and abide by the law in the coming
days. I also have great faith that our communities, leaders and law
enforcement will work together to ensure order and foster mutual respect.
 
As the incoming Sheriff of Los Angeles County, I will
continue to focus, as I have throughout my career, on strengthening lines
of communication and fortifying trust between communities and law
enforcement. I will also work to ensure that those who protect our
community are supported and safe in the difficult job that they carry
out. We must be accountable to those we protect and serve and continue to
partner with our community in performing the ever-challenging job of law
enforcement; that is how policing best maintains the safety and
well-being of our entire community.
 
 
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Thursday, November 20, 2014

ALD 7 Crime Blotter for Nov. 9th - 15th







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Thursday November 20, 2014, 1:56 PM

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- Altadena Station, Los Angeles County Sheriff

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Sunday, November 9th


2:15 AM – A female adult was arrested for an assault with a deadly
weapon (domestic violence) near the 2900 block of Fair Oaks Av.





2:30 AM – A victim reported a vehicle vandalism at the 1500 block of
N. Allen Av.


Monday, November 10th


2:12 AM – Rafael Villapando was arrested for possession of a document
with a counterfeit government seal near the area of Fair Oaks Av. and
Figueroa Dr.





5:30 PM – A vehicle reported stolen by El Cajon PD was recovered at
the 2400 block of Santa Rosa Av.





6:30 PM – A victim reported their vehicle stolen from the 3300 block
of Glenrose Av.





Tuesday, November 11th


6:10 PM – Eugene Black was arrested for a DUI/Narcotics warrant at the
2000 block of Los Robles Av.





Wednesday, November 12th


11:12 AM – James Moore was arrested for possession of drug
paraphernalia near the area of Lake Av. and Washington Blvd.





5:45 PM – Victim reported vehicle vandalism at 2180 Lincoln Av.





Thursday, November 13th


9:00 AM – Victim reported a residential burglary at the 2200 block of
Mar Vista Av.  The victim reported an unknown loss at the time of
the report.





11:45 AM – Derek Clabber was arrested for vandalizing a patrol vehicle
near the area of Santa Rosa Av. and Alameda St.





12:02 PM – Victim reported a petty theft near the 100 block of W.
Mariposa St.  The stolen item was recovered at Charles White Park.





Friday, November 14th


12:12 AM – Christopher Evans was arrested for possession of a
controlled substance at the 500 block of Figueroa Dr.





8:00 AM – Victim reported a residential burglary near the 2000 block
of N. Raymond Av.  The victim reported a loss of currency.





10:30 PM – Victim reported vehicle vandalism at the 900 block of E.
Woodbury Rd.





Saturday, November 15th


12:45 AM – Adonus Miller was arrested for possession of a controlled
substance at the 3300 block of Lincoln Av.





11:40 PM – Juan Soria was arrested for evading a peace officer near
the area of Figueroa Dr. and Granduer Av.


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Friday, November 14, 2014

ALD 7 Crime Blotter for Nov. 2nd - Nov. 8th.







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Friday November 14, 2014, 9:21 AM

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Sunday, November 2nd


7:57 AM – A male adult was arrested for domestic battery near the 1200
block of E. Palm St.





8:12 PM – Luis Calderon was arrested for transport/furnishing marijuana
in the area of Rubio Vista Rd. and Pleasant Ridge Dr.





Monday, November 3rd


2:00 AM – Victim reported a vehicle burglary at the 2600 block of Glen
Av.  The victim’s cellphone and iPod were stolen from inside the
locked vehicle.





Tuesday, November 4th


9:20 AM – Victim reported a residential burglary at the 400 block of
Ventura St.  The victim’s laptop and gold ring were reported stolen.





11:30 AM – Victim reported a battery incident near the 300 block of
Figueroa Dr.





Wednesday, November 5th


9:00 AM – Victim reported a residential burglary and vandalism at the
2600 block of McNally Av.





8:53 PM – Victim reported a vehicle burglary and vandalism at the “24
Hour Fitness” 2180 Lincoln Av.  The victim’s vehicle registration,
house key, and cellphone were stolen from inside the vehicle.





Thursday, November 6th


5:00 PM – Victim reported a residential vandalism near the 100 block
of W. Terrace St.





Friday, November 7th


7:30 AM – Victim reported a residential burglary at the 400 block of
Wapello St.  No items were reported stolen at the time.





8:00 AM – Victim reported a residential burglary at the 2700 block of
Maiden Ln.  A white gold pendant, white gold ring, watch, and credit
cards were reported stolen.





3:30 PM – A male adult was arrested for battery near the 2100 block of
Lake Av.





6:50 PM – Victim reported the theft of a cellphone at 2180 Lincoln
Av.





Saturday, November 8th


2:15 AM – A female adult was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon
and domestic violence at the 2900 block of Fair Oaks Av.





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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Travel tips from ALD 7

Wednesday November 12, 2014, 3:22 PM LASD - Altadena Station, Los Angeles County Sheriff Altadena Sheriff's Station Crime Blotter Community: #LASD Holiday Travel Safety Tips Thanksgiving is right around the corner!!! Many of you might be visiting family or friends which require a bit of traveling. Below are some traveling safety tips which might be helpful in getting to your destination safely. •Make sure your vehicle is properly maintained. If maintenance is not up to date, have your vehicle and tires inspected prior to your travels. •Prior to your trip have your route mapped out and prepare for heavy traffic. Leaving early will help avoid the stress of holiday traffic. •If you’re traveling with children, remind them not to talk to strangers. Go with them on bathroom breaks. •In case of a traffic accident, keep a cell phone and charger with you at all times. Have roadside assistance contact information, and insurance information readily accessible. Many companies offer smartphone applications that enable motorists to request help without making a phone call. •Inform an individual at your destination your family’s approximate time of arrival and the route you will be driving. This is good information to have in case an accident or unpredictable weather occurs. •Have an emergency car kit in your vehicle at all times. Here are a few essentials to include: jumper cables, blankets, bottled water, snacks, flashlight, a tow-rope, phone charger, and a first aid kit. •Remember to carry some cash in the event ATM or credit machines are not available. •If you are traveling with anything of value leave it in a covered storage area or in the trunk of your vehicle. •Remember if you are leaving town to put a “stop” or a “hold” on your daily newspapers and bills. By doing this you can prevent yourself from being a victim of a home invasion or identity theft. •If you live in the Altadena Area, you can call the Altadena Sheriff Station 626-798-1131 and request a “vacation check” of your home when out of town. One of Altadena Sheriff Station’s Volunteers will check on the exterior of your home and will contact you if a problem exists. If you would like more information on Holiday Travel Safety Tips please visit www.CDC.gov. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the Altadena Sheriff Station at 626-798-1131 Altadena Sheriff’s Station Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department 780 East Altadena Drive Altadena, CA 91001 (626) 798-1131 Website: http://www.Altadena.lasd.org LASD Text & Email (Register at http://www.Nixle.com : Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AltadenaSheriffsStation Twitter: https://twitter.com/ALDLASD For full details, view this message on the web. Sent by LASD - Altadena Station, Los Angeles County Sheriff 780 East Altadena Drive, Altadena, CA 91001 To manage your email settings, click here. To update your account settings, login here. If you prefer not to receive future emails, unsubscribe here. Powered by . © 2014 Nixle, LLC. All rights reserved.

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Daisy Troop 9291 visits ALD 7







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Saturday November 8, 2014, 1:00 PM

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Friday afternoon Daisy Troop 9291 was given a tour of Altadena
Sheriff's Station by Deputy Michael Spina. The Troop learned how a
Sheriff's Station operates and asked lots of interesting questions. The
troop was particularly interested in how we respond and handle bear
calls. Thank you to troop 9291 for touring our station and for the
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