Thursday, February 23, 2017

ALD 7 Weekly Crime Blotter


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Thursday February 23, 2017, 2:51 PM

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Sunday, February 12th
3:00 AM – A petty theft occurred in the 1800 block of N. Lake Avenue. Suspect described as a male, 20-25 years old, 6 feet, black hair and brown eyes. Stolen: Gatorade and snacks.
Monday, February 13th
1:50 PM – A grand theft occurred in the 2200 block of Garfias Street. Stolen: Echo leaf blower, Steihl tree trimmer, Honda lawn mower and TMC weed trimmer. 
8:50 PM – A vehicle was reported stolen from the area of Mendocino Street and Olive Avenue. Vehicle described as a burgundy 2014 Dodge Ram.
Tuesday, February 14th
No significant incidents.
Wednesday, February 15th
6:00 PM – Loren Leonards, 18 years old of Altadena was arrested in the 2400 block of Lake Avenue for battery.
10:30 PM – James Avila, 19 years old of Pasadena was arrested in the 2000 block of Layton Street for battery.
Thursday, February 16th
4:50 PM – A package theft occurred in the 2900 block of Maiden Lane. Stolen: package containing clothing. 
5:00 PM – John McKinney, 52 years old of Altadena was arrested in the 800 block of E. Mendocino Street for battery.
Friday, February 17th
5:00 PM – A vehicle burglary occurred in the 2700 block of N. Lake Avenue. Suspect(s) entered the vehicle by tampering the window. Stolen: unknown items.
6:35 PM – An attempt burglary occurred in the 1200 block of E. Woodbury Road. Suspect attempted to enter the residence by removing the window screen.
Saturday, February 18th
4:11 PM – An indecent exposure incident occurred in the area of Woodbury Road and El Sereno Avenue. Suspect described as a male driving a silver older model sedan.
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Sunday, February 19, 2017

Advisory: Two rescues at Cobb Estate in the past day, trails are slippery, use caution if you venture out.


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Sunday February 19, 2017, 5:07 PM

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Advisory: Two rescues at Cobb Estate in the past day, trails are slippery, use caution if you venture out.
 
Today at 1:32 pm Altadena Mountain Rescue Team was called for a rescue of a injured juvenile in the area of Cobb Estate, in the Angeles National Forest.  Los Angeles County Fire Department and Altadena rescue team members hiked into Las Flores Canyon and located the injured hiker canyon bottom approximately 1/2 mile north of Lake Ave. and Loma Alta Dr.

The hiker, 16 y/o male residing in Valencia had contusions to his head, right hip, both knees and back, chin laceration, several teeth knocked out and a possible left forearm fracture.  Los Angeles County Air Rescue 5 was requested due to the seriousness of the hikers injuries.  The hiker was hoisted and flown to a local hospital by Air 5 for treatment of his injuries.  The hikers family was notified and met the hiker at the hospital.  Sheriff's Air 5 landed at Farnsworth Park to retrieve equipment from the Altadena Rescue Team. 
Last night at 11:47pm Altadena Mountain Rescue Team was requested by Los Angeles County Fire Department to assist with a lost injured hiker in the area of Cobb Estate, in the Angeles Nation Forest. The hiker's friend had called 911 to report the hiker, 18 y/o male resident of Montebello had fell into a canyon. Los Angeles County Fire Department hiked into a trail leading from a large water tank and located the hiker's friends who indicated the area where the hiker fell. Los Angeles County Fire Department Copter 19 located the hiker, hoisted him into the helicopter and transported to Huntington Memorial Hospital for treatment of a minor leg injury. The hiker was located approximately 30 feet down from a trail approximately 30 feet north of the water tank.
As Altadena rescue units were leaving they were stopped by the victim's friends, 17 y/o male and 18 y/o male both residing in Montebello who inquired the location of other members of their group. Altadena rescue units drove back to the water tank and began to search for the missing hikers. Three hikers were located just south of the water tank, two 18 y/o males residing in Commerce and 17 y/o male residing in East Los Angeles. The three were not injured and were driven to their vehicle and met up with the two informants. Both 17 y/o olds were released to the 18 y/o family members and they drove to the hospital to see the injured hiker.
All six hikers started their hike at 9:00 pm and were on a trail when the one hiker slipped and fell. Despite being prepare, due to the weather conditions the trails still remain slippery and dangerous.
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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Traffic Alert!


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Thursday February 16, 2017, 9:31 AM

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Advisory: *Traffic Alert* Altadena Dr. between Fair Oaks Ave and Marengo Ave. will be affected till 5pm today.
Dear Robert Klomburg,
Southern California Edison contractors will be working on the high-voltage power lines please take an alternate route today.
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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Special Statement from the National Weather Service - Altadena

One product issued by NWS for: Altadena CA
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Hydrologic Outlook

Hydrologic Outlook
CAZ034>041-044>046-051>054-059-087-088-547-548-160400-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
540 AM PST Tue FEB 15 2017

...A major storm system will affect Southwest California Thursday
night through Saturday resulting in flooding concerns...

Confidence is building for a significant 24-36 hour rainfall event
for Southwest California beginning Thursday night through
Saturday, bringing the potential for numerous hydrological impacts.

The first in a series of storms is expected to bring light to
moderate rainfall initially to San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara
Counties Thursday morning, before overspreading Ventura and Los
Angeles Counties Thursday evening through the overnight hours. A
second more powerful storm system will begin to intensify as it
approaches Southern California as early as Friday morning. A long
narrow band of subtropical moisture, otherwise known as an
Atmospheric River will take aim at Southwestern California. Santa
Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles Counties should take the brunt of
this powerful storm Friday morning through Saturday morning. Between
2 to 4 inches of rainfall is expected across coast and valleys, with
between 4 to 8 inches across the Santa Ynez Range, as well as the
Ventura and Los Angeles County Mountains. Most of San Luis Obispo
County should receive 1 to 3 inches, with 2 to 5 inches in the
coastal foothills.

Rainfall rates are expected to reach one inch per hour. With this
storm system expected to be slow in moving through the forecast
area, there will be several potential hydrological impacts. The
potential for widespread flooding and flash flooding is a definite
threat. Not just for the recent burn areas, but anywhere there is
the potential for flooding.

The expected high rainfall amounts and intensities could bring
numerous hydrological impacts. Many rivers and streams could see
significant flows on Friday into Saturday...but main-stem river
flooding is not expected at this time. There is a potential for
swift water rescues due to the heavy rain and resulting increased
flow rates. There will be the threat of flash flooding with mud and
debris flows in and around the recent burn areas, especially with
Friday`s storm. Also, widespread and significant urban and small
stream flooding can be expected at times through Monday. Lastly rock
and mudslides will be a significant threat during this period,
especially across canyon roads.

Models are indicating a few more weaker storm systems to move
through the region into early next week. Any additional rainfall
could continue to bring hydrological impacts.

Watch for updates and possible watches and warnings at
weather.gov/losangeles as we get closer to the event.

$$

Kaplan/Hall

Altadena Sheriff's Station Weekly Crime Blotter


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Wednesday February 15, 2017, 8:00 AM

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Sunday, February 5th
10:30 AM – A petty theft from an unlocked vehicle occurred in the 700 block of E. Altadena Drive.  Stolen: black wallet and credit cards.
9:28 PM – Jesse Rivera, 33 years old of Altadena was arrested in the 100 block of E. La Flores Drive for public intoxication.
Monday, February 6th
10:00 AM – A residential burglary occurred in the 200 block of E. Altadena Drive.  Suspect(s) entered the residence via unknown means.  Stolen: gray luggage and tools.
Tuesday, February 7th
4:28 PM – Denise Davis, 43 years old of Los Angeles was arrested in the 600 block of W. Altadena Drive for taking a vehicle without owner’s consent. Vehicle was reported stolen from Downey PD.
Wednesday, February 8th
4:30 PM – A petty theft from a locker occurred in the 2100 block of N. Lincoln Avenue.  Stolen:  black wallet and currency.
5:26 PM – Braeuna Carter, 28 years old of North Hollywood was arrested in the area Altadena Drive and Galbreth Road for possession of narcotics.
8:30 PM – A residential burglary occurred in the 2900 block of Zane Gray Terrace.  Suspect(s) entered the residence by shattering the sliding door.  Stolen:  unknown.
Thursday, February 9th
10:12 AM – Philip Saravia, 27 years old of Pasadena was arrested in the area of Washington Boulevard and Wesley Avenue for being under the influence of a controlled substance.
6:00 PM – A petty theft occurred in the 2600 block of Lincoln Avenue.  Stolen:  green and white Huffy mountain bike.
Friday, February 10th
11:00 PM – A vehicle was reported stolen from the 200 block of W. Terrace Street.  Vehicle described as a blue 2015 Volkswagen Passat.
Saturday, February 11th
4:07 PM – Jonathan Torres, 30 years old of Pasadena was arrested in the area of Santa Anita Avenue and Woodbury Road for possession of drug paraphernalia.
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Wednesday, February 8, 2017

ALD 7 Crime Blotter for Monday, January 30th


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Wednesday February 8, 2017, 4:11 PM

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Monday, January 30th

7:45 PM – A vehicle was reported stolen from the 500 block of W. Alberta Street.  Vehicle described as a blue 2008 GMC Yukon.  Vehicle was recovered on 2/1/17 by LAPD Southeast Division.
10:00 PM – A robbery occurred in the 2300 block of Lake Avenue.  Suspect armed with a handgun contacted the victim as she was exiting her vehicle and demanded her belongings.  Fearing for her safety, the victim handed over her purse and the suspect fled the area.  Suspect described as a male Hispanic between 5 feet 1 inches and 5 feet 3 inches.  Suspect was armed with a small black handgun.  Stolen: gray and white tote bag containing a black wallet, credit cards and currency.

Tuesday, January 31st

7:00 PM – A residential burglary occurred in the 400 block of E. Altadena Drive. Suspect(s) entered the residence by removing a window screen.  Stolen: red safe, gold necklace, diamond ring and currency.

Wednesday through Friday February 1st-3rd

No significant incidents.

Saturday, February 4th

12:00 PM – A grand theft occurred in the 800 block of E. Woodbury Road.  Stolen: electrical wires, gate motor and a metal black bar.
5:20 PM – Manuel Rubalcava, 28 years old of Pasadena was arrested in the area of Lake Avenue and Dolores Street for being under the influence of a controlled substance.
6:50 PM – A residential burglary occurred in the 1500 block of N. Altadena Drive.  Suspect(s) entered the residence via a window.  Stolen: beige cloth bag containing vehicle parts and currency.
11:00 PM – A grand theft occurred in the 3900 block of Fair Oaks Avenue.  Stolen: (5) Zeiss camera lenses; various millimeters and (7) black radios.
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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

A SHORT Crime Blotter from ALD 7, yeah!


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Wednesday February 1, 2017, 4:08 PM

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Altadena Sheriff's Station Crime Blotter.
Monday, January 23rd
10:30 PM – A petty theft from an unlocked vehicle occurred in the 2300 block of Tanoble Drive. Stolen: credit cards.
Tuesday, January 24th
12:33 AM – Hiram Cormier, 40 years old of Hawthorne was arrested in the 1200 block of N. Catalina Avenue for driving a vehicle without the owner’s consent.
Wednesday, January 25th
6:30 PM – Sergio Huezo, 39 years old of Altadena was arrested in the area of Fair Oaks Avenue and Calaveras Street for public intoxication.
Thursday, January 26th
12:00 PM – A package theft occurred in the 1400 block of Crest Drive. Stolen: iPhone.
Friday - Saturday no significant incidents.
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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

L.A. Regional Human Trafficking Task Force Announce the Arrest & Rescue of Many During 'Operation Reclaim & Rebuild'


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Tuesday January 31, 2017, 2:46 PM

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Advisory: L.A. Regional Human Trafficking Task Force Announce the Arrest & Rescue of Many During 'Operation Reclaim & Rebuild'
 
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Sheriff McDonnell Announces Hundreds of Arrests Made and Dozens Rescued by California Law Enforcement and the
Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Task Force
During ‘Operation Reclaim and Rebuild’
 
In conjunction with Human Trafficking Awareness Month, Sheriff Jim McDonnell announced details and results from the third annual ‘Operation Reclaim and Rebuild’ enforcement operation, conducted by the Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Task Force and more than 30 participating federal state and local law enforcement agencies, and task forces from across California.  The three-day, statewide effort aimed at combatting human trafficking took place between Thursday, January 26, and Saturday, January 28, 2017, was conducted in various mediums and met with positive results.

The press conference was held Tuesday, January 31, 2017, at the iconic Hall of Justice in downtown Los Angeles.  Sheriff McDonnell was joined by District Attorney Jackie Lacey, Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office; Deputy Chief Justin Eisenberg, Chief of Detectives, Los Angeles Police Department; Special Agent In Charge Joseph Macias, Homeland Security Investigations Los Angeles; Executive Director Kay Buck, Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST); Human Trafficking Bureau Captain Chris Marks, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department; representatives from 15 the 30 participating federal, state and local law enforcement agencies; and representatives from public and private service providers.

Operation Reclaim and Rebuild focused on rescuing victims of sexual slavery and human trafficking, providing victims with much-needed services, identifying and arresting their captors, seeking successful prosecutions, and disrupting the demand for vulnerable victims by targeting their customers.  Police agencies and other trafficking task forces throughout our state joined in the enforcement operation to send the clear message that California law enforcement shares a unified mandate:   Human trafficking must not be tolerated in our state!

In preparation for the event, an operational planning meeting took place in Los Angeles, with over 120 federal, state and municipal law enforcement detectives from all over California in attendance.  Investigators focused enforcement operations wherever the trafficking of human beings took place, from confronting the reality of sidewalk prostitution by conducting “john” stings, to challenging the virtual reality of the cyber world where traffickers believe they can operate anonymously using the internet.  The internet has furnished a vast variety of opportunities for traffickers, but with the experience of specially-trained cyber detectives who posed as vulnerable teenagers and interacted with suspects on social media, traffickers and customers who were anxious to exploit found their plans foiled.

Minors encountered during enforcement efforts were cared for by personnel from various Department of Children and Family Services Agencies in each county.  In Los Angeles County, the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST) and Saving Innocence (SI) coordinated the emergency services response for victim care and collaborated with similar, non-governmental victim service organizations throughout the state.

Operation Reclaim and Rebuild was widely successful in its endeavor with 28 commercially, sexually-exploited children and 27 adult victims being recovered; 142 males arrested for the charge of Solicitation; and 36 males arrested for pimping.  In total, 474 arrests were made.

As Sheriff McDonnell relayed the mission, efforts and results of Operation Reclaim and Rebuild, he pointedly addressed the traffickers and johns who conduct their illegal business in Los Angeles County and the state of California, and reminded them of the gravity of their crimes and the prosecution to accompany their actions when discovered.  Next, the Sheriff directly addressed the victims, “You are worthy of more.  And we will work tirelessly with our partners…to provide you services and help you rebuild your life.”

“It is our job in law enforcement to protect children – all children – especially those who have fallen prey to adults who seek to profit from their bodies,” Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey said.  “We will not tolerate the sexual exploitation of children by anyone, not the sex traffickers and not the people who pay to sexually assault them.”
Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent in Charge Joseph Macias also spoke at the event said, “Our goal in this unprecedented collaborative enforcement effort was two-fold.”

“First, to provide vital services to any sex trafficking victims we encountered, so they can begin to reclaim and rebuild their lives,” he said.  “Second, to start the process to reclaim and rebuild the neighborhoods that have been degraded by organized prostitution schemes which not only exploit the vulnerable, but also often draw other criminal enterprises into the area.”

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department would like to remind the public of the dangers of posting “nude selfies”.  To access the letter from Sheriff Jim McDonnell on posting “nude selfies”, please visit https://www.facebook.com/LosAngelesCountySheriffsDepartment/posts/1305629852797258  

The following agencies and task forces participated:

Anaheim Police Department
Chino Police Department
Clovis Police Department
Coalinga Police Department
Concord Police Department
Costa Mesa Police Department
Delano Police Department
Federal Bureau of Investigation, Los Angeles
Federal Bureau of Investigation, Fresno
Federal Bureau of Investigation, Monterey
Fresno Police Department
Homeland Security Investigations, Los Angeles
Homeland Security Investigations, Ventura
Kern County Sheriff's Office
Livingston Police Department
Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office
Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Task Force
Long Beach Human Trafficking Task Force
Long Beach Police Department
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
Los Angeles Police Department
Los Angeles Unified School District Police
Marina Police Department
Merced Police Department
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force
Oxnard Police Department
Placer County Sheriff's Special Investigations Unit
Pomona Police Department
Riverside County Sheriff's Office
Riverside County Anti-Trafficking Task Force
Roseville Police Department
Sacramento County Sheriff's Office
Sacramento Police Department
San Bernardino County Sheriff's Office
San Bernardino County Trafficking Task Force
San Bernardino Police Department
San Diego County Sheriff's Office
San Diego Police Department
Santa Ana Police Department
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office
Santa Barbara Human Trafficking Task Force
Santa Clara Sheriff's Office
Santa Monica Police Department
Simi Valley Police Department
South Gate Police Department
Torrance Police Department
Ventura County Sheriff's Office
Ventura County Coalition Against Human Trafficking
Ventura Police Department

For additional information contact Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Human Trafficking Bureau Lieutenant David Oliva at 323-526-5156, Lieutenant Kent Wegener at 323-526-5159, or the Sheriff’s Information Bureau at 213-229-1700.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff Department’s Human Trafficking Bureau houses the Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Task Force, the nation’s largest co-located human trafficking task force.  This task force is a collaboration of federal, state, county and local law enforcement, social service agency and non-government and community-based organizations investigating and serving the needs of commercially exploited adults and minors victimized for the purpose of sex and labor. 

The Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Task Force brings together systems and disciplines to address victims’ needs through a victim-centered, trauma- informed approach.  The task force employs a regionalized strategy which crosses jurisdictional boundaries to identify and rescue victims, while aggressively pursuing traffickers and buyers.

Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Task Force Partners:

Federal
United States Attorney’s Office
Homeland Security Investigations, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Federal Bureau of Investigation
United States Marshals Service
United States Department of Labor

State
California Attorney General
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
California Employment Development Department
California Highway Patrol

County
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office
Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, Bureau of Investigation
Department of Children and Family Services
Los Angeles County Probation Department
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health

City
Los Angeles Police Department
Los Angeles Unified School District Police Department
Pomona Police Department
Santa Monica City Attorney’s Office
Non-Governmental/Community-Based Organizations
Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking
Saving Innocence
The Guardian Group (Hotel/Motel Outreach, Education and Signage)
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Executive Clergy Council
Pet Prescriptions Therapy Dog Program
Demand Abolition Cease Network
Restoration Diversion Services
Virtuous Woman, Inc.
Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles
International Institute of Los Angeles



Prepared by:

Lieutenant Kent Wegener
Human Trafficking Bureau

And

Deputy Lillian Peck
Sheriff’s Information Bureau
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Los Angeles, CA  90012
213-229-1700

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