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December 29, 2010
Moments after Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station deputies responded to a burglary alarm Wednesday morning at a home on the 4300 block of Shepherds Lane, the station also got a call from L.A. County Fire Station 82 — this one about jewelry boxes being thrown from the window of a car entering the eastbound 210 Freeway behind the station. It turns out that the boxes, which still contained assorted costume jewelry, belonged to the burglarized homeowner, who is working with investigators to determine whether anything else is missing from her ransacked bedroom.
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By Joe Piasecki, joe.piasecki@latimes.com | December 13, 2010
A Panorama City man who investigators believe may have committed numerous vehicle burglaries earlier this year along Foothill Boulevard was arrested last week by Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies. Fingerprint evidence from at least one vehicle burglary in April led to the Dec. 8 arrest of 21-year-old Nshan Darbinyan following a search of his home, said Det. Todd Sams of the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station. While Darbinyan is currently charged with just the one count of felony burglary, more charges are expected to follow pending completion of the department's investigation.
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By Seth Amitin | April 1, 2010
Two suspects were arrested this week in conjunction with a rash of car burglaries since the beginning of the year, a Los Angeles County sheriff?s representative said. Tony Davis, 30, of Tujunga and Krisi Jackson, 27, of Tujunga were arrested at 8 a.m. on Tuesday with ?evidence and stolen property [that] were seized linking the suspects to several of the recent burglaries,? the Crescenta Valley sheriff?s station said in a press release. Local sheriff?s deputies and served a search warrant at a residence in the 10000 block of Helendale Avenue in Tujunga and arrested the suspects at the scene.
NEWS
By Seth Amitin | March 25, 2010
Despite recent warnings from the Crescenta Valley Sheriff?s Station, car burglaries are continuing to plague the La Cañada and La Crescenta area, according to a sheriff?s official. Eight car burglaries have been reported since the station?s commander sent an e-mail to businesses on March 2 warning about a string of vehicle burglaries released on Foothill Boulevard, and seven of those crimes happened in a four-day period, between March 11 and 15. ?We?re concerned about the spike in car burglaries in the area,?
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By Seth Amitin | March 4, 2010
A rash of vehicle break-ins late February on Foothill Boulevard prompted the La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce to send out an e-mail Tuesday asking local businesses and residents to be increasingly vigilant. . Capt. Dave Silversparre of the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station noted the recent rise in burglaries at the City Council meeting Monday night, requesting the chamber use its contacts to get the word out. “We’ve had a series of burglaries in the past, but this series has occurred at gyms and businesses on Foothill Boulevard,” said Capt.
NEWS
February 11, 2010
A 17-year-old girl and her 12-year-old brother, both from La Canada, were taken into custody Sunday for grand theft and other charges after being caught while phishing cars, according to a report at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff?s Station. You don?t [typically] see suspects as young as 12 years old,? said Sgt. Ray Harley of the CV Station. ?That?s rare.? The siblings were found wandering around Crescenta Avenue and Rockland Place at 6:50 p.m. by a deputy. ?The station received a call about two people attempting to break into cars,?
ENTERTAINMENT
By Michael J. Arvizu | December 24, 2009
It was cloudy Monday afternoon, but nevertheless, Turbo Wash owner Renaldo Flores could be found washing cars outside the loading dock at Verdugo Hills Hospital. The car wash was part of the hospital?s first staff and volunteer toy drive to benefit Toys for Tots. For a $10 toy donation, donors would get their car washed. A $20 toy donation would get a wash and wax. Flores, who has served as the official car washer for the hospital for about four years, offered his idea to the hospital?
NEWS
October 29, 2009
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Two causes of the LCHS traffic snarls Afternoon traffic at LCHS continues to be a nightmare. Despite the obvious fact there are too many vehicles trying to access too little an area, and ongoing construction on campus, two main causes still remain contributing greatly to traffic problems. 1) The passenger loading zone continues to be clogged every afternoon with at least half a dozen unattended cars, despite numerous signs posted: “No Parking 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM.” The school and/or the sheriff need to form an action plan to keep these vehicles from reducing everyone else’s access to the loading zone.
NEWS
By Seth Amitin | October 22, 2009
A three-car crash on the 1600 block of Verdugo Boulevard Wednesday morning that extended into the parking lot of the Goldstein’s Bagels resulted in one person being taken to the hospital. Glendale Police Department and Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station personnel were on the scene working together as the street is Glendale’s jurisdiction and the parking lot is in the CV station’s territory. “The Saab was driving west on Verdugo Boulevard and the Mini Cooper attempted to make a left-hand turn into the parking lot,” said Officer Tom Broadway of the Glendale Police Department.
NEWS
By Seth Amitin | October 1, 2009
Concerned parents and school officials at Palm Crest Elementary are looking for a solution to a parking problem during pick-up time that seems to leave children at risk. An electronic newsletter sent out Monday by Palm Crest Elementary PTA President Jennifer Rubendall and Principal Anais Wenn addressed the issue and the Crescenta Valley Sheriff?s Station is currently working on possible solutions. The problem, as stated in the letter, stems from parents parking on both sides of Orchard Lane at 2:50 p.m., blocking other drivers?
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