Friday, September 14, 2012

ALD 7 Crime Blotter for September 2nd, 2012

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Friday September 14, 2012, 3:01 PM

LASD - Altadena Station, Los Angeles County Sheriff

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Community: Altadena Crime Blotter
Sunday, September 2nd
Between 6:00 PM and 2:15 PM (Monday) – A vehicle vandalism occurred in the 600-blk of Figueroa Dr. ***Suspect possibly known***

Monday, September 3rd
10:41 AM – A commercial burglary occurred at AM-PM, 1880 N. Lake Av. The suspect entered the location and stole several food items. Deputies responded to the location and the suspect was taken into custody.
Between 11:00 AM and 9:00 AM (Thursday) – A vehicle vandalism occurred in the 2700-blk of Tola Av.

Wednesday, September 5th
Between 1:00 AM and 7:00 AM – A vandalism occurred in the 3500-blk of N. Glenrose Av. ***Suspect possibly known***
11:00 AM – A burglary from an unsecured garage occurred in the 1100-blk of New York Dr. Deputies arrived at the location and apprehended two suspects in the area. Suspects were taken into custody. Loss (garden equipment) was recovered and returned to victim.
6:00 PM – A petty theft occurred in the 2400-blk of El Molino Av. Loss: black PlayStation. ***Suspect known***

Thursday, September 6th
10:40 AM – A vandalism occurred in the 100-blk of W. Palm St.
10:55 AM – A vandalism occurred at Focus Point Academy, 3126 Glenrose Av. ***Suspects identified***
Between 1:30 PM and 2:00 PM – A grand theft occurred in the 1200-blk of Sagemont Pl. Loss: (1) black/brown male Maltese, (1) brown female Maltese. ***Dogs were possibly taken from the rear yard by known suspect***

Friday, September 7th
Between 4:30 AM and 6:30 PM – A vandalism occurred in the 300-blk of E. Calaveras St.
Between 4:00 PM and 5:00 PM (Sunday) – A residential burglary occurred in the 3000-blk of N. Glenrose Av. Suspect(s) entered the location via unknown means. Loss: white GE mini refrigerator, brown w/yellow-red Schwinn bicycle, misc. currency.

Saturday, September 8th
12:30 AM – A vehicle vandalism occurred in the 1600-blk of Sinaloa St. ***Suspect(s) possibly known***
Between 1:45 PM and 7:30 PM – A residential burglary occurred in the 3600-blk of N. Fair Oaks Av. Suspect(s) entered the location via unknown means. Loss: black Toshiba 15” laptop, pearl earrings, diamond earrings, gold/silver Kobez men’s watch, blue soccer bag.
5:30 PM and 6:05 PM – A residential burglary occurred in the 2500-blk of Raymond Av. Suspect(s) entered the location via the rear door. Loss: black Phillips 42” tv, black Acer 19” laptop.

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10. Get Involved, Volunteer - Donate blood, join a local Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), educate your neighbor, or volunteer with your local American Red Cross.
Contact Information:
Michael A. White
Altadena Station
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