Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Altadena Station Crime Blotter

The weekly Altadena Crime Blotter
Sunday, June 3rd-June 9th, 2018
11:45 AM – A residential burglary occurred in the 1900 block of Lake Avenue. Suspect(s) entered the residence by removing the window screen. Stolen: black Xbox I, black/red Nintendo switch handles, black backpack, black Dell XPS laptop, and hard-drives.
Monday, June 4th
5:00 PM – A grand theft from an unlocked vehicle occurred in the 1100 block of Beverly Way. Stolen: green backpack, black iPad mini, glass...es, Swiss Army utility tool, and wireless earbuds.
Tuesday, June 5th
6:00 PM – A vehicle burglary occurred in the 2100 block of Lincoln Avenue. Suspect(s) entered the vehicle by shattering the front passenger window. Stolen: YSL sunglasses and currency.
Wednesday, June 6th
2:00 AM – A vehicle vandalism occurred in the 2900 block of Lincoln Avenue. Vehicle damage: punctured tire.
11:15 AM – A residential burglary occurred in the 700 block of E. Sacramento Street. Suspect(s) entered the residence via unknown means. Stolen: black Sony PlayStation and gray HP laptop.
3:00 PM – A vehicle burglary occurred in the 2200 block of El Molino Avenue. Suspect(s) entered the vehicle by cutting a lock used to secure the rear roll up door. Stolen: red/black Honda Exmark 42 lawnmower.
Thursday, June 7th
2:37 PM – A package theft occurred in the 1900 block of Garfias Drive. Stolen: package containing shoes and clothing.
Friday, June 8th
1:00 AM – A domestic violence incident occurred in the 2600 block of Lincoln Avenue. Suspect was arrested.
Saturday, June 9th
3:40 PM – A vehicle was reported stolen from the 1700 block of N. Altadena Drive. Vehicle described as a white 2006 Chevrolet HHR.
5:00 PM – A vehicle vandalism occurred in the 2000 block of Summit Avenue. Vehicle damage: scratches to side panel and fender.
6:25 PM – A vehicle was reported stolen from the 90 block of E. Pine Street. Vehicle was recovered in Altadena and the suspect has been identified.

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Altadena Sheriff's Station (ALD 7) Crime Blotter

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Sunday, May 20th
5:00 PM – A petty theft from an unlocked vehicle occurred in the 1000 block of E. Woodbury Road.  Stolen:  gray/maroon backpack, red Swiss Army knife, orange scissors, and a red/gold USC windbreaker.
Monday, May 21st
9:21 AM – A vehicle was reported stolen from the 2200 block of Glenrose Avenue.  Vehicle described as a white 1990 Toyota Camry.   Vehicle was recovered by Pasadena PD on 5/26/18.
3:00 PM – A vehicle was reported stolen from the 400 block of Archwood Place.  Vehicle described as a silver 2013 Nissan Altima. 
3:00 PM – A residential vandalism occurred in the 1800 block of Pepper Drive.  Damage:  shattered window.
Tuesday, May 22nd
12:57 AM – Johnathan Paredes, 22 years old of Pasadena was arrested in the 2100 block of Fair Oaks Avenue for commercial vandalism. 
10:41 PM – A vehicle was reported stolen from the 2500 block of N. Lake Avenue.   Vehicle described as a green 1951 Pontiac Chieftain.   A short time later, John Doe, 39 years old, a transient was arrested in the 2300 block of N. Lake Avenue for driving the vehicle without the owner’s consent. 
5:00 PM – A petty theft from an unlocked vehicle occurred in the 300 block of E. Woodbury Road.  Stolen:  credit cards and currency.
Wednesday, May 23rd
3:57 PM – An assault with a deadly weapon occurred in the 2100 block of Fair Oaks Avenue.  Victim sustained facial injuries.
Friday, May 25th
4:00 PM – A vehicle vandalism occurred in the 2500 block of N. Glenrose Avenue.  Vehicle damage:  shattered window. 
4:00 PM – A petty theft occurred in the 700 block of Devirian Place.  Stolen:  floor jack, black roll-away toolbox, paint rollers, and book shelf.
Saturday, May 26th
1:00 AM – A commercial burglary occurred in the 2300 block of Lake Avenue.  Suspects entered the location by shattering the rear door.  Stolen:  various construction tools.
Sunday, May 27th
1:01 PM – A petty theft occurred in the 2300 block of Lake Avenue.  Stolen:  multi-colored wallet, currency, and keys.
3:15 PM – A residential burglary occurred in the 200 block of W. Harriet Street.  Suspect(s) entered the location via the unsecured window.  Stolen:  various articles of jewelry.
Tuesday, May 29th
12:15 AM – An assault with a deadly weapon occurred in the area of Fair Oaks Avenue and Harriet Street.  No further information available.
11:01 AM – A petty theft of landscaping equipment occurred in the 2200 block of Kengary Lane.  Stolen:  orange TMC weed whacker and cable.
1:35 PM – A petty theft occurred in the 2100 block of Lake Avenue.  Stolen: gray Dell laptop.
8:00 PM – A business vandalism occurred in the 2500 block of N. Fair Oaks Avenue.  Damage:  cut wires.
9:00 PM – A grand theft form an unlocked vehicle occurred in the 20 block of W. Mendocino Street.  Stolen:  white Forest River trailer.
Wednesday, May 30th
7:00 AM – A residential burglary occurred in the 2000 block of Galbreth Road.  Suspect(s) entered the location by removing the window screen.  Stolen:  silver iPad and various articles of jewelry.
3:00 PM – A vehicle burglary occurred in the 1700 block of N. Altadena Drive.  Suspect(s) entered the vehicle by prying the door lock.  Stolen:  black Canon camera and black case.
6:30 PM – A grand theft occurred in the 300 block of Harriet Street.  Stolen:  currency.
Friday, June 1st
6:00 AM – A domestic violence incident occurred in the 700 block of Alameda Street.  Suspect was taken into custody.
11:30 AM – A grand theft of landscape equipment occurred in the 1800 block of Altawood Drive.  Stolen: orange Husqvarna chain saw, black safety harness, and safety rope.

Saturday, June 2, 2018

Los Angeles Sheriff Unveils New Mobile App to Connect with the Community

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Saturday June 2, 2018, 11:44 AM

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Community: Los Angeles Sheriff Unveils New Mobile App to Connect with the Community
 

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is proud to unveil its new and innovative mobile application. The Department is the largest law enforcement agency in the nation to use a mobile application to connect the community with information and resources.

The app, available in the Apple and Android app stores, is free to the public and gives you access to the latest news, photos, videos, events, alerts, and crime information no matter where you are. In addition, the application allows two-way communications using social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. It also includes a special feature for submitting anonymous tips to the Department, and you can file a crime report from the convenience of your Smartphone.

“One of my priorities is to do all we can to live up to our motto of providing a tradition of service. We now have technology that will help us provide information and help our community find answers and work with us to fight crime” said Sheriff Jim McDonnell. "This mobile app empowers everyone who lives, works, or visits the County of Los Angeles to have access to the Sheriff's Department on their smartphones.”

To download the app, visit www.LASDapp.com or visit the Apple Store or Google Play Store, and search for “Los Angeles Sheriff's Department” to download.

HERE ARE SOME FEATURES INCLUDED IN OUR APPLICATION:

• NOW HIRING: Check out one of the many career opportunities with the LASD and start the process of joining our team, right from your Smartphone.
• ALERTS: You can sign up for alerts that will be delivered directly to your cell phone.
• SUBMIT A TIP: Be the eyes and ears of the LASD by submitting anonymous tips to help fight crime or report suspicious activity in your neighborhoods.
• CONTACT US: Send a non-emergency question directly to LASD 24/7.
• INMATE INFORMATION: Locate information on someone in custody or schedule a visit.
• EVENT CALENDAR: Find out what events are occurring across the county with LASD and schedule them right to your calendar.
• CRIME MAPS: View maps of criminal activity in your neighborhoods or across the county.
• PRESS RELEASES: You can view all official press releases sent out by LASD through the Newsroom.
• DIRECTORY: Our directory provides you with a list of contact numbers within our Department and allows you to quickly connect through your phone.
• SOCIAL MEDIA: You will have access to all LASD’s social media platforms through our app.
• FILE A REPORT: You will be able to make certain types of crime reports directly from your mobile device.
• LINKS: Click on “Links” to find information about other County departments and area agencies.

More features will be added in the future, so please select automatic updating when you download the application. You will find our app in the Apple and Android app stores by searching “Los Angeles County Sheriff’ “or “LASD”.

If you have any questions regarding the use of this new application, please visit http://www.lasd.org/contact_info.html The application is powered by, and developed in collaboration with, ApexMobile, Inc. www.ApexMobile.net



 
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Thursday, May 31, 2018

ALTADENA STATION CRIME BLOTTER 5/13-5/19/2018

ALTADENA STATION CRIME BLOTTER 5/13-5/19/2018
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ALTADENA STATION CRIME BLOTTER 5/13-5/19/2018
Sunday, May 13th
2:35 AM – An assault occurred in the area of Crosby Street and Olive Avenue. Suspect description is unknown. 
Tuesday, May 15th
8:15 AM – A residential burglary occurred in the 400 block of Figueroa Drive. Suspect has been identified and stolen items have been located. 
Wednesday, May 16th
2:00 AM – A petty theft from an unlocked vehicle occurred in the 2900 block of Casitas Avenue. Stolen: vehicle registration and insurance cards. 
5:45 AM – A petty theft occurred in the 3500 block of Monterosa Drive. Stolen: brown leather wallet, credit cards and currency. 
8:00 AM – A grand theft of landscaping equipment occurred in the 30 block of Manor Street. Stolen: orange Stihl chainsaw, red harness and black spikes. 
Thursday, May 17th
7:00 PM – A vehicle burglary occurred in the 2200 block of E. Washington Boulevard. Suspect(s) entered the vehicle by shattering the window. Stolen: Century Optics camera lens, Pelican camera case and medication.
Friday, May 18th
12:01 AM – A vehicle burglary occurred in the 2200 of E. Washington Boulevard. Suspect(s) entered the vehicle by shattering the window. Stolen: silver Apple laptop and black leather laptop bag. 
4:50 AM – A commercial burglary occurred in the 2500 block of Fair Oaks Avenue. Suspect(s) entered the business via the front door. Stolen: Samsung tablet, laser thermometer, keys and currency. 
6:30 PM – A vandalism occurred in the 1300 block of Rubio Vista Road. Damage: wall spray painted. 
Saturday, May 19th
12:01 AM – A vehicle vandalism occurred in the 400 block of W. Figueroa Drive. Vehicle damage: spray painted. 
5:00 PM – Anthony Alexander, 33 years old of Los Angeles was arrested in the area of Navarro Avenue and Woodbury Road for public intoxication.

Monday, May 7, 2018

The Effectiveness of Body Worn Cameras by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Personnel

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Monday May 7, 2018, 2:15 PM

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Advisory: Survey: The Effectiveness of Body Worn Cameras by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Personnel
 
The Civilian Oversight Commission (COC) is soliciting feedback from the public regarding potential policies relating to the implementation of Body Worn Cameras (BWC). The COC Ad Hoc Committee regarding Use of Force by Patrol Deputies is looking into whether BWCs are effective and, if so, the best policies for the BWCs. The COC hopes to provide advice and recommendations to the Sheriff on these issues.


This request is for the COC Use of Force ad hoc committee and is associated with Sheriff Jim McDonnell’s September 6, 2017 request that the COC assist LASD in facilitating public meetings to solicit feedback from the public related to a Body Worn Camera Program.
Please complete this survey by Thursday, May 17, 2018, to share your opinions. Your responses will be anonymous and confidential and will be aggregated to provide an overall understanding of the communities’ input.


The survey results will directly to the COC. To take the survey visit the following links:

Body Worn Camera Program Survey-English (open until 5/17/18). Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JGTCDQM 

Body Worn Camera Program Survey-Spanish (open until 5/17/18). Link: https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/JPQNPY9


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Friday, May 4, 2018

Forbes Magazine Ranks the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Among America’s Top Employers

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Friday May 4, 2018, 4:57 PM

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Community: Forbes Magazine Ranks the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Among America’s Top Employers
 
Forbes Magazine Ranks the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Among America’s Top Employers
  • 30,000 workers voluntarily and anonymously polled
  • LASD ONLY police agency in America to make the list
  • LASD is now hiring!
Every year, in conjunction with a research firm, Forbes compiles a list of 500 prominent employers from around the U.S. to determine which companies and institutions are preeminent in their fields.
They surveyed 30,000 anonymous American workers from a broad range of companies and organizations.
 
The workers who participated, were scored based on how likely they’d be to recommend their employer to others.  Appearing at 363 in the group of top 500 large companies, was the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD).
 
The LASD was the only police agency in America to make the list.
 
“I’m am very proud of the direction our organization is headed.  This ranking is further validation of the hard work all our LASD employees are investing each day to make our department among the best in America,”  said Sheriff Jim McDonnell. 
 
The LASD serves Los Angeles County, California, an area totaling approximately 4,084 square miles, with a total county population of almost 10 million people (2010 U.S. Census).  LASD is the largest Sheriff's Department in the world.  With more than 18,000 employees and a geographic area of responsibility equivalent to 30 major cities, the LASD is large and diverse.  On average, LASD employees have two million public contacts, log 1.15 million phone or service calls, and respond to more than 29,000 --- 911 calls each year.  In all, our employees speak 60 different languages.  The LASD provides general law enforcement services to 42 contract cities, 141 unincorporated communities, 216 facilities, hospitals, and clinics located throughout the County, 9 community colleges, the Metropolitan Transit Authority and 38 Superior Courts.  LASD also provides services such as laboratories and academy training to smaller law enforcement agencies within the County .  Additionally, LASD is responsible for securing and providing services, food, and medical or mental health treatment for an average daily inmate population that exceeds 16,000 in 7 different correctional facilities. 

We are looking for more great people to join our team through our character-based hiring process.  Start the process towards your career with the LASD today at WWW.LASDCAREERS.ORG or call 1-800-A-DEPUTY.   

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIIES when it comes to the many career paths we offer.  Once on LASDCAREERS.org website, click on “One Badge Unlimited Possibilities” logo located on the center of the page and you will be directed to the available open positions our Department offers, including of course the positions of Deputy Sheriff Trainee and Custody Assistant.

To read more: please visit the links below:
Forbes 2018 List:  https://www.forbes.com/best-employers/list/
 
Forbes Story:  https://www.forbes.com/sites/vickyvalet/2018/05/01/americas-best-employers-2018/#7affb2417e044

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** VIDEO**Sheriff Jim McDonnell and MCB Captain Eddie Hernandez detail arrest of RV fugitive

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Friday May 4, 2018, 2:58 PM

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Community: ** VIDEO**Sheriff Jim McDonnell and MCB Captain Eddie Hernandez detail arrest of RV fugitive
 
**Final UPDATE & VIDEO**Sheriff Jim McDonnell and Major Crimes Bureau Captain Eddie Hernandez give details regarding the arrest of RV pursuit suspect fugitive arrested in Barstow

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After a two day manhunt for the suspect, with Major Crimes Bureau detectives following leads through multiple counties, suspect Houk was located in a rail yard located on the 200 Block of North Avenue H, in the city of Barstow.  On Thursday, May 3rd, 2018 at approximately 4:30 PM, Suspect Houk was found hiding inside a compartment of an empty rail car (photos attached) where detectives from the Major Crimes Bureau -Fugitive Task Force took him into custody without incident.

Suspect Houk was transported to Lancaster Sheriff’s Station where he is being held for kidnapping with the use of a firearm, assault with a deadly weapon, criminal threats, domestic violence, child endangerment, and felony evading; totaling 14 felony counts.  His bail was set at $1 million dollars. Captain Eddie Hernandez commented that Suspect Houk’s potential sentence, if convicted on all counts, could be up to 75 years in prison.

The successful capture of suspect Houk was a collaborative effort between many law enforcement agencies spanning several counties.  Sheriff Jim McDonnell thanked the Major Crimes Bureau detectives within the LASD, the US Marshal’s Service, the Kern County Sheriff’s Department, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, California Highway Patrol, Los Angeles Police Department, Burlington Northern Santa Fe Police Department, and the news media for their continued efforts in keeping dangerous criminals off the streets.

“The jurisdictional lines are an impediment if you let them be, but if you have the partnerships and you work well with other agencies, as we saw in this case, they are not an impediment and we were very effective in our ability to be able to track this individual and take him into custody”, said Sheriff Jim McDonnell.

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3rd UPDATE IS AS FOLLOWS:

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Major Crimes Bureau Fugitive Task Force Detectives, in a joint effort with the US Marshals Services, and with the assistance of Kern County Sheriff's Department, San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, Barstow Police Department and the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad (BNSF Railway) Police, located and arrested Suspect Stephen Merle Houk.

The suspect was located in a rail yard at 200 North Avenue H, in the city of Barstow. He was hiding inside a compartment of an empty rail car where detectives from the Fugitive Task Force took him into custody without incident.

Suspect Houk was transported to Lancaster Sheriff’s Station where he was booked for kidnapping, assault with a deadly weapon, criminal threats, domestic violence, and various other charges.

The investigation is ongoing and at this point the weapon has not been recovered.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department would like to thank both the federal and local law enforcement agencies, the railroad police and personnel, and the public news media outlets, for their continued efforts in assisting law enforcement in keeping dangerous criminals like this off the streets.

Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Major Crimes Bureau at (213) 229-1850. 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 Tips” Mobile APP on Google play or the Apple App Store or by using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org

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2ND UPDATE IS AS FOLLOWS:

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Major Crimes Bureau detectives are continuing their investigation into Stephen Merle Houk a Parolee at Large wanted for sex crimes out of the state of Oregon (WNO #14556869).  He is also wanted out of Santa Carita for assault with a deadly weapon, child abduction, terrorist threats, and evading.  He was last seen in the Bakersfield / Shafter area on foot and is considered ARMED AND DANGEROUS.

Suspect Houk is described as a male, White, 46 years-old, 5’11” tall, 190lbs., with brown hair, and hazel eyes.  He has a cow skull tattoo on his right forearm.

There is no further information available at this time.

Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Suspect Stephen Merle Houk are asked to contact Major Crimes Bureau (562) 946-7893.   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 Tips” Mobile APP on Google play or the Apple App Store or by using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org

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1st Update


Los Angeles County Sheriff's Santa Clarita Valley Station detectives have advised that the children kidnapped by suspect Stephen Houk, were located unharmed inside the pursuit vehicle shortly after the pursuit came to an end in Bakersfield on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at approximately 6:00 p.m. Both children have since been reunited with their mother. The dog that was seen in video footage during the pursuit, was also located safe inside the vehicle. 

California Highway Patrol (CHP) advises the pursuit of Stephen Houk, that lead law enforcement from Los Angeles to Bakerfield, ended at an orchard on Merced Avenue and Zerker Road, in Bakersfield. A containment was established and a search of the orchard began. After an extensive search over several hours by CHP, Kern County Sheriff's and Bakersfield Police Department personnel, Suspect Houk was not located and the containment was broken down at approximately 11:00 p.m., Tuesday, May 1, 2018.

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and law enforcement in Bakersfield will follow-up on any leads and tips from the public as to the whereabouts of Suspect Stephen Houk. The suspect, a 46 year-old Caucasian male, is also a registered sex offender out of the state of Oregon who was on parole for a sex offense.

Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Santa Clarita Station at (661) 255-1121. 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 Tips” Mobile APP on Google play or the Apple App Store or by using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org

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ORIGINAL PRESS RELEASE IS AS FOLLOWS:

On Tuesday, May 1, 2018 Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Major Crimes Bureau (MCB) detectives attempted to detain a parolee at large who was believed to be armed and wanted for evading, child abduction, child endangerment and weapons violations.

The suspect, a 46 year-old Caucasian male, is also a registered sex offender out of the state of Oregon who was on parole for a sex offense.

MCB initiated a vehicle pursuit at approximately 2:30 p.m. today in the Mid City/Wilshire district area in the city of Los Angeles.

Los Angeles Police Department personnel assumed command of the pursuit which was subsequently taken over by the California Highway Patrol when the suspect continued to flee in a motorhome on Interstate 5 going north.

The suspect’s two children, ages three years and 11 months, are believed to be inside the motorhome.

The investigation is ongoing and there is no additional information available at this time.

Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Santa Clarita Station at (661) 255-1121.  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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Saturday, March 31, 2018

Help find a lost phone

This came in to the SSGA email address this afternoon.

Can you help?


Hi,

 

I left my iphone on the 28 bus going to Century City this morning. It's a pink iPhone 7 and the Find my iPhone app tracked it sort of around here. If you have it, please e-mail at this number.

 
Paige Brown <pfranbrown@gmail.com>
 

Thanks so much

Friday, March 30, 2018

LASD Seeking Public’s Help in Locating at Risk Missing Juvenile, Lorena Alejandra Milian-Ramos of Altadena


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Friday March 30, 2018, 7:00 AM

LASD - Altadena Station, Los Angeles County Sheriff

Jim McDonnell, Sheriff
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Advisory: #LASD Seeking Public’s Help in Locating at Risk Missing Juvenile, Lorena Alejandra Milian-Ramos of Altadena
 
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Altadena Station detectives are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Lorena Alejandra Milian-Ramos.She is a 12 year-old female Hispanic who was last seen at her residence located in the 100 block of East Woodbury Road, Altadena on Thursday, March 29, 2018 at 7:15 a.m.

Ms. Milian-Ramos is described as 5’6” tall, 120 lbs., brown hair, and brown eyes.  She was last seen wearing black shorts, a burgundy sweater, black shoes and a light colored backpack. Possibly wearing glasses.

She suffers from a medical condition.  Her family is very concerned and asking for the public’s assistance in located her.

Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Altadena Station (626) 798-1131. 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 Tips” Mobile APP on Google play or the Apple App Store or by using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org
 
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