Wednesday, August 27, 2014

ALD 7 Crime Blotter for June 27th - August 5th







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Friday, June 27th

5:30 PM- Noel Rivera was cited for driving on a suspended license near
New York Drive and Holliston Avenue.



10:30 PM- A burglary occurred at “Fair Oaks Burger” 2500 block Fair Oaks
Avenue. Currency was taken from the business.



Saturday, June 28th

1:18 PM- Victim reported vandalism to their vehicle at the 1600 block of
Bellford Avenue.



8:30 PM- Walter Styles was arrested for driving on a suspended license
near Ventura Street and Lincoln Avenue.



Sunday, June 29th

6:30 PM- A juvenile was detained for charges of battery at 2900 block N.
Elnido Drive.



Monday, June 30th

2:20 PM- Angel Moreno was arrested for public intoxication near Altadena
Drive and Marengo Avenue.



A private vehicle repossession occurred at the 600 block of Neldome
Street.



Tuesday, July 1st

2:34 AM- A female adult was arrested for domestic violence near the 500
block of Vermont Street.



11:30 AM- A male juvenile was arrested for robbery near Altadena Drive
and Lake Avenue. The suspect stole the victim’s cellphone.



Wednesday, July 2nd

9:17 AM- An illegally parked vehicle was impounded at the 200 block of
Acacia Street.



3:30 PM- Ramon Gonzalez was arrested for possession of a controlled
substance near Lincoln Avenue and Alberta Street.



Thursday, July 3rd

7:20 PM- Sergio Huero was arrested for public intoxication at 3000 block
Lincoln Avenue.



10:03 PM- Charles Washington was arrested for possession of a controlled
substance near Fair Oaks Avenue and Calaveras Street.



Friday, July 4th

8:50 PM- Roberto Quiroz was arrested for possession and use of illegal
and dangerous fireworks on W. Harriet Street.



8:58 PM- George Hernandez was arrested for possession and use of illegal
and dangerous fireworks at 500 block Crosby Street.



10:20 PM- Harry Hovsepin was arrested for possession of illegal and
dangerous fireworks at 1700 block E. Woodbury Road.



Sunday, July 6th

12:41 AM- Michael Vert was arrested for public intoxication near the 300
block of E. Altadena Drive.



9:10 PM- A theft occurred at 2200 block N. Lincoln Avenue. The victim’s
wallet was stolen while shopping at the “Super King Market.”



Monday, July 7th

10:34 AM- A male adult was arrested for domestic violence near the 1900
block of N. Roosevelt Avenue.



11:30 PM- Christopher Evans was arrested for possession of a controlled
substance near Fair Oaks Avenue and Woodbury Road.



Tuesday, July 8th

7:00 AM- Courtney Buckner was arrested for robbery at 2200 block N.
Lincoln Avenue “Super King Market.”



10:30 AM- A residential burglary occurred at 700 block Royce Street. The
victim reported having jewelry and currency stolen from their residence.



Wednesday, July 9th

7:10 PM- A male adult was arrested for domestic violence near the 1700
block of Pepper Drive.



Thursday, July 10th

9:05 AM- Jose Jimenez was arrested for possession of a dangerous weapon
and violation of probation at 100 block Washington Boulevard.



4:30 PM- Victim reported having their ladder stolen from 200 block E. Las
Flores Drive.



Friday, July 11th

10:55 AM- Victim reported a forgery.



Saturday, July 12th

4:00 PM- An identity theft report was taken from the 2700 block of Tola
Avenue.



Sunday, July 13th

9:00 AM- Victim reported a vehicle burglary at 2100 block N. Lincoln
Avenue. Personal items were stolen from inside the victim’s vehicle.



1:08 PM- Victim reported his wallet was stolen from inside his vehicle at
400 block E. Calaveras Street.



Monday, July 14th

1:00 PM- A lost property report was taken at 4200 block Canyon Crest
Road.



2:25 PM- A residential burglary occurred at 100 block E. Woodbury Road.
Jewelry was stolen from inside the residence.



Tuesday, July 15th

9:37 AM- Victim reported unauthorized theft by access card near the 600
block of Colman Street.



8:07 PM- An armed robbery occurred at 2200 block Lincoln Avenue “Verizon.”
Two suspects stole cell phones and fled the scene.



8:54PM- Victim reported a forgery near the 500 block of Woodbury Road.







Wednesday, July 16th

7:35 AM- A grand theft from a vehicle occurred at 2100 block Lincoln
Avenue. A laptop computer and electronics were reported stolen.



7:29 PM- A male adult suspect stole a cell phone from the victim near
Fair Oaks Avenue and Altadena Drive.



Friday, July 18th

7:01 PM- John Swartz was arrested for public intoxication near Fair Oaks
Drive and Woodbury Road.



Saturday, July 19th

3:07 AM- Josuex Nunez was arrested for being under the influence of
illegal drugs at 700 block Palm Street.



6:46 PM- Jimmie Kirk was arrested for public intoxication near Altadena
Drive and Lincoln Avenue.



Sunday, July 20th

4:12 PM- A criminal threats report was taken near the 800 block of
Alameda Street. The victim alleged a known suspect made specific threats
towards the victim.



Tuesday, July 22nd

6:30 AM- Victim reported a theft from their unlocked vehicle occurred
near the 200 block of Marathon Drive. Currency was stolen from inside the
vehicle.



Thursday, July 24th

10:23 PM- Alfredo Marin was arrested for transportation of marijuana on
W. Mountain View Street.



Friday, July 25th

7:00 AM- An identity theft report was taken near the 1900 block of Grand
Oaks Avenue.



1:47 PM- Charles Herrera was arrested for possession of a controlled
substance for sales near the 2600 block of Fair Oaks Avenue.



Saturday, July 26th

6:30 PM- Victim reported a residential burglary at 1500 block Sinaloa
Avenue. Jewelry, a television, and other personal property were stolen
from the location.



11:15 PM- A strong-arm robbery occurred at 2100 block Fair Oaks Avenue.
The victim’s cell phone was stolen by the suspect. Deputies arrested the
suspect and recovered the stolen property.



Sunday, July 27th

3:40 PM- Victim reported a residential burglary at 2100 block Raymond
Avenue. A television was stolen from the residence.



7:15 PM- Victim reported vandalism to their vehicle (broken window) at
1900 block E. Washington Boulevard.



Monday, July 28th

10:50 AM- Victim reported vandalism to their wall (graffiti) at 400 block
Sacramento Street.



9:40 PM- Jeremy Montanez was arrested for an assault with a deadly weapon
at 2500 block La Fiesta Avenue.



Wednesday, July 30th

12:30 AM- A male adult was arrested for domestic violence near New York
Drive and Craig Avenue.



4:54 AM- A burglary occurred at 2500 block N. Fair Oaks Avenue “Fair Oaks
Burger.” Currency was stolen from the location.



Thursday, July 31st

1:24 AM- Jackelyn Castillo was arrested for driving under the influence
near the 500 block of W. Woodbury Road.



9:50 AM- Otto Evans was arrested for possession of a controlled substance
on E. Woodbury Road.



Friday, August 1st

8:45 AM- A burglary to the school was reported at 1800 block W. Lake
Avenue. The school’s laptop computer and a projector were among the items
stolen.



11:25 AM- Victim reported vandalism to their vehicle at 300 block W.
Mountain View Street.



12:15 PM- Brandon Kitchen was arrested for burglary at the “Walmart” 2400
block N. Lincoln Avenue.



Saturday, August 2nd

3:57 PM- Jorge Cuevas was arrested for possession of a controlled
substance at 300 block Laun Street.



6:05 PM- Gregory Sowell was arrested and cited for drinking alcohol in
public at Lake Avenue and Howard Street.



Sunday, August 3rd

1:20 AM- A male adult was arrested for domestic violence near the 2400
block of Arroyo Boulevard.



10:10 PM- A theft was reported at 900 block W. Kent Street. A phone and
currency were stolen.



Monday, August 4th

11:00 AM- Victim reported vandalism to their residence at 200 block N.
Sacramento Street.



1:30 PM- Victim reported a theft from their vehicle at the 900 block of
E. Concha Street. A purse and wallet were stolen.



Tuesday, August 5th

5:11 PM- An identity theft report was taken at 3000 block Santa Rosa
Avenue.



Wednesday, August 6th

2:00 AM- A vehicle burglary occurred at 2100 block N. Lincoln Avenue. A
backpack, wallet, and currency were stolen.



5:05 PM- Martin Ronquillo was arrested for possession of a controlled
substance near Ventura Street and Glen Avenue.



Thursday, August 7th

11:05 AM- Victim reported vandalism to their vehicle near the 2200 block
of Glenrose Avenue.





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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

ALD 7 Crime Blotter for August 8th







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Wednesday August 20, 2014, 12:29 PM

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Friday, August 8th



3:00 PM- Gustavo Lopez was arrested for possession of a controlled
substance (11377 HS) near El Molino Av/Calaveras St.



Between 8:30 AM-1:30 PM -A residential burglary occurred at 400 Blk
Mendocino St. The suspect(s) entered through a window and stole electronics
and jewelry.



6:00 PM- A male suspect committed a strong-arm robbery by attacking a
female and forcefully stealing her gold necklace at El Sereno Av/Figueroa
Dr.



Saturday August 9th



3:45 PM- Isaac Garret was arrested for driving on a suspended license
(14601.1(a) VC) near Navarro Av/Montana St.



4:45 PM- A female adult was assaulted by two female suspects at 2100 Blk
Fairoaks Av.



7:40 PM- Reginald Hernandez was arrested for being drunk in public at 100
Blk. Figueroa Dr.



Sunday, August 10th



7:50 PM -Adrian Aguirre was arrested for possession a controlled
substance and assaulting deputies during the arrest at Kellogg
Ct/Fairoaks Av.



11:25 PM- Daniel Perugini was arrested for drunk driving at Altadena
Dr/Lake Av.



2:15 PM- A female adult was arrested for a domestic battery at the 3000
block of Glenrose Av.



Between 1:30-3:00 PM- A petty theft occurred at 2000 Blk Lincoln Av. The
victim had his credit card & money stolen from his vehicle.



Monday, August 11th



4:13 PM- Hilario Canizales was arrested for driving on a suspended
license near Washington Bl/Allen Av.



5:00 PM- A male suspect committed a grand theft at Lincoln Av/Crosby St
by snatching a necklace from a female victim who was standing at the
corner.



7:40 PM- A petty theft occurred at the Baja Ranch Market on Fairoaks
Av/Ventura St. Two male juveniles stole beer. They were last seen running
westbound on Ventura St.



Tuesday, August 12th



00:01 AM – A female adult was arrested for domestic battery at the 2100
block of Marengo Av.



Between 1:30-2:30 PM- A residential burglary occurred on the 1000 block
of Morada Pl after the suspect entered through a bathroom window and
stole jewelry and money.



7:15 AM- a grand theft occurred on the 100 block of West Altadena Dr
after a known suspect forged a check belonging to the victim.



2:40 PM- a residential burglary occurred on the 900 block of New York Dr.




Wednesday, February 13th



1:00 PM- A male adult was arrested for domestic battery after he attacked
his wife during a hike at the Eaton Canyon Nature Center.



9:00 PM- A female adult was arrested for domestic battery at the 3900
block of the Old Toll RD.



Thursday, February 14th



1:45 AM- Martin Ronquillo was arrested near Glenrose Av/Ventura St for
possessing a dangerous concealed weapon (21310 PC).



10:00 PM- Joshua Broussar was arrested for being in possession of a
loaded firearm (25850©(6) PC) at the 300 block of East Wapello St.



Friday, February 15th



7:35 PM- A vehicle burglary occurred in the 2800 block of Highview Av
after suspects stole the victims “Think Pad.”

Between 6:00-9:00 PM- A vehicle burglary occurred at the 400 block of
East Mariposa St. The victim had her “Tory Burch” purse stolen from her
vehicle.



11:15 PM- Michael Martinez was arrested for commercial burglary after he
stole alcohol from the Ralph’s grocery store on Lake Av. He was
additionally charged for being drunk in public.



Saturday, August 16th



Shortly after midnight, Stephon Williams was arrested for a burglary at
the Fairoaks Burgers at the 2500 block of Fairoaks Av.



4:15 AM- Lamont Webb was arrested for drunk driving after he was involved
in a “road rage” incident near Lake Av/Calaveras St.

1:00 PM- Jonathan Simental was arrested for an assault with a deadly
weapon at the 2100 block of El Molino Av.



1:30 PM-Two male adults and one male juvenile were arrested for a
residential burglary at the 1600 block of Braeburn.



10:00 AM- A petty theft occurred at the 3000 block of Marengo Av after
the victim noticed her vehicle’s license plate was stolen.



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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

The MIGHTY Burnt Bacon, Saturday August 23rd in the Amphitheater at Farnsworth Park. Show starts at 7:00 PM

 

The MIGHTY Burnt Bacon


 What has 4 horns, 20 legs and
makes a sizzling sound?

The MIGHTY Burnt Bacon are a
10 piece 1960s style, soul band from North Hollywood, CA, whose mission is to
bring the magic and the music of the 1960's to a brand new generation of fans.
TMBB is a fun, high energy ensemble that features the unique power and
passion of a "woman dominant" lineup that makes them unique among
their peers. So be sure to bring your smiling faces and your dancing shoes,
because if this band can't get you dancing - you aren't alive!
 
 
 

Friday, August 15, 2014

The Delgado Brothers in the Amphitheater at Farnsworth Park Saturday at 7:00 PM.





The Delgado Brothers Band deliver a mighty musical expression of artistic soul, rhythm and blues all spiced up with a fiery blend of hand crafted original music. Beloved for their live shows and renowned for their signature LA sound, the Delgado Brothers are a delicious fusion of soaring guitar virtuosity, melodious harmonies, and rock solid musicianship. Yet the main reason their music strikes such a universal chord is their message in the music lyrics reflect and reveal the ethos and pathos of our common humanity.

Native Angelenos, recording artists and the subject of a feature length Rockumentary film, ”In Time”, The Brothers, Joey D on guitar, Steve on drums, big brother Bob on bass and David Kelley on Hammond B3 all out on stage performance promises to delight, inspire dance, uplift and maybe even bring a tear to your eye.

Critically acclaimed for their Greek Theater performance, and their volume of all original songs featured on three self produced cd’s, “Let’s Get Back”, “ A Brothers Dream”, and “Learn to Fly”.

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Monday, August 11, 2014

LASD Needs Help in Identifying a supspect







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Public’s Help in Identifying a Suspect Wanted For Lewd Acts Upon a Child
(Photo).



 
INCIDENT OCCURED:   Saturday, April 26th, 2014


TIME:  12:00
PM              


LOCATION:   16000 Block of Glengrey Avenue, Valinda


UNIT:   LASD Special Victims Bureau


NARRATIVE:


The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department – Special Victims Bureau
is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the adult male
Hispanic suspect pictured in the attached photograph.  The suspect
is wanted in connection with a child pornography investigation involving
an unknown 11-year-old victim.


Special Victims Bureau detectives may be reached at (877) 710-LASD
(5273) or you may contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or Text
TIPLA plus your tip to 274637 (CRIMES) to anonymously provide your
information.


If you recognize the individual in the attached photograph, you are
asked to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Special
Victim’s Bureau Sergeant Peter Hahn (626)-966-3239.  If you prefer
to provide information anonymously, you may call "Crime
Stoppers" by dialing (800) 222-TIPS (8477), or texting the letters
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Sergeant Carmen Arballo


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Thursday, August 7, 2014

UPSTREAM Saturday August 9th in the Amphitheater at Farnsworth Park Showtime is 7:00 PM. Bring your dancing shoes!







UPSTREAM

Welcome
to the Upstream experience, please leave your inhibitions and other real world
concerns at the door, we’re here to party! 
It’s been quite a wild ride for the members of Upstream, formed in the
republic of Trinidad and Tobago in the late 1980’s and reformed in southern
California in the early 1990’s, with six CD’s under their belt, and a very
impressive live performance reference, Upstream has certainly earned the right
to be called a seasoned musical outfit.






Band leader "Haile Blackman" (Lead
Vocals, Guitar, Drums, Record Producer & MPC Guardian), will, without
hesitation, readily explain that Upstream’s ultimate purpose is to take their
audience on a journey, a temporary escape from themselves and a permanent
escape from boredom. The band boasts a very seasoned and celebrated line up, Johnny
Blackman (Drums & Background Vocals), Derek Brewster (Steel Pans, Bass & Background Vocals), Andre
Morris (Keyboards & Background Vocals) David King (Bass & Background
Vocals), and alternates include  Marlon
Alegria (Keys, Background Vocals) and Martin Tillett (Keys, Background Vocals).


Do you really want to party? Upstream invites
you to come do the West Indian boogie, to their intriguing selection of
exciting Reggae, Calypso, Soca, and Steel Pan music.  Come join the experience!


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Tuesday, August 5, 2014

ALD 7 CSI Camp Update







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Update!



 
Altadena Station's 2nd Crime Scene Investigation Camp is
underway. Kids are enjoying learning about being future investigators and
crime scene technicians. Pictured is Deputy Scott Rule and two campers
learning how to process a crime scene. For more information about camps
for next summer or to learn how to get your teen involved with the
Sheriff's Explorer Program e-mail Deputy Scott Rule at sarule@lasd.org
 
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Friday, August 1, 2014

National Night Out at Fansworth Park August 5th at 5:00 PM







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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

FLOYD & THE FLYBOYS in the Amphitheater at Farnsworth Park August 2nd at 7:00 PM



FLOYD & the FLYBOYS
is a tight, soulful nine-piece band whose repertoire spans eight decades and includes a choice mix of classic covers, rare gems, and award-winning originals.


A list of band member credits reads like a Who’s Who of the music industry,
including artists such as Ray Charles, Tower of Power, The Temptations, Eagles,
Brian Setzer, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, The Four Tops, Lyle Lovett, Elvin
Bishop, The Coasters, Brothers Johnson, Chaka Kahn & Rufus, Buddy Miles,
The Drifters, Lou Rawls, Buddy Rich, Johnny “Guitar” Watson, Don Henley, Narada
Michael Walden, Little Richard, Spencer Davis, and many others.  Carrying a 23 year track record, FLOYD & the FLYBOYS has become a favorite at countless concert and night club venues, delighted audiences at music festivals, fairs, corporate events,
entertainment industry functions, and charity benefits, and has written and
performed music for numerous TV and film projects, as well as the band’s own
critically acclaimed recordings.

Respected throughout the entertainment industry and praised for its musical integrity,
(FLOYD & the FLYBOYS was the #1 rated R & B/blues band in a music
industry poll conducted by Music Connection Magazine), the band prides itself
on polished performances, exciting arrangements, and that intangible chemistry
that results in “feel” or “soul” - something that
just can’t be faked.


Seeing FLOYD & the FLYBOYS perform, it’s clear the guys’ work is a labor of love; judging by the typical audience response, the feeling is contagious… Whether it’s blues, rock ‘n’ soul, funk, or New Orleans R&B, no one does it all like FLOYD & the FLYBOYS!

When it comes to authentic
live rhythm & blues, Floyd & the
Flyboys delivers the goods. . ."

. . . a killer
nine-piece band . . . great songwriting and arranging... and a kick-ass rhythm
section - with fat, sass, and sparkle courtesy of the 'Fly-by-Night Horns.'


Expect a show that is consistently solid, top-to-bottom . . . Highly recommended!