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By Mary O'Keefe | February 23, 2006
Tuesday night as customers were shopping at Office Depot on Foothill Boulevard a man dressed in a dark colored hooded sweatshirt, wearing a ski mask and carrying a gun walked up to cashier Ricky Ori and told him to empty his cash drawer into a black bag. "Out of the corner of my eye I saw a man with a ski mask and a gun at point blank range pointed at me," Ori said. At the time Ori was waiting on a woman and her children who ran out of the back of the store, he said. Ori explained to the suspect that he was unable to open the drawer without the manager's help.
NEWS
December 22, 2005
Choosing the right holiday gift for your colleagues, your boss or your clients can be one more overwhelming task to add to your plate during the holiday season. That's because gift-giving in the business environment has its own set of rules and guidelines. Jacqueline Whitmore, Office Depot's etiquette expert, has the "etiquette essentials" that every businessperson should keep in mind this holiday season. Set a spending limit for gift-giving exchanges. Once a price limit is set among coworkers or for your office's Secret Santa exchange, make sure you stick to it. Limits help participants select an appropriate gift at an affordable price.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lynn Duvall | September 16, 2005
Being an Empty-Nester Opens New Culinary Doors Late in the afternoon on Tuesday, I went on an errand to Office Depot. The parking lot seemed crowded, but with my parking charm I zipped into a spot only steps away from the front door. When I walked into the store, I was dumbfounded. Shoppers covered nearly every inch of floor space. The cashier lines stretched back so far that I gave up counting at 30 in a single queue. Julio Bravo, store manager at the Foothill Boulevard branch of Office Depot, commented on the enormous crowds.
NEWS
May 17, 2007
The following crime reports for La Cañada Flintridge and La Crescenta were taken from the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station. Sunday, May 13 3 Berkshire Place, LCF , someone spray-painted graffiti on a concrete bridge and nearby private property. Friday, May 11 5107 Rosemont Avenue, LCR , someone spray-painted and tagged graffiti in various sections of Two Strike Park. Thursday, May 10 1100 block of Atlee Drive, LCF , someone broke into a residence and ransacked the master bedroom, stealing personal property.
NEWS
August 5, 2010
Area 1 2300 block of Panorama Drive: An 8-by-4-foot glass window on the side of a house was shattered on Aug. 1 between 2 and 10 a.m. The house was vacant because of construction. There had been prior vandalism at the site. 3000 block of Foothill Boulevard: A woman parked her car in the parking lot at Office Depot on July 31 at noon. When she returned 15 minutes later there was a large scratch and dent on the front passenger door. The damage was estimated at $1,200.
NEWS
March 31, 2012
La Cañada Flintridge 920 Foothill Blvd. : A woman's wallet was stolen from her purse while she shopped at Sprouts Market between 3 and 3:30 p.m. Friday, March 23. A credit card from the wallet was later used to obtain a $4,000 cash advance. 5500 block of Burning Tree Drive: A $300 bicycle was stolen from an open garage between 1 p.m. on Wednesday, March 21, and 6:30 p.m. Friday, March 23. 521 Foothill Blvd.: A woman's wallet was stolen from her purse while she shopped at Ralphs supermarket between 1:30 p.m. and 1:40 p.m. Friday, March 23. 800 block of Highland Drive: Front and rear windows of a Porsche Cayenne SUV were smashed with an unknown object between 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 21, and 2 p.m. on Thursday, March 22. 4600 block of Oak Grove: A woman's backpack purse, containing approximately $500 in cash, was stolen from an unlocked vehicle at the Flintridge Riding Club between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. on Wednesday, March 21. A club worker reported seeing a suspicious person in a dark-colored Chrysler van prior to the theft.
NEWS
By Jennifer Berry | September 8, 2005
Two women were assaulted last month in broad daylight in two separate incidents that happened at a busy La Cañada Flintridge restaurant and a quiet La Crescenta street. Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station Det. Cynthia Gonzales said the latest incident happened at Taco Bell at 4 p.m. Aug. 25. Gonzales said a 35-year-old Tujunga woman was walking out of the restaurant when a clean-shaven white man with dark hair pushed her up against a pickup truck and put his hand under her skirt.
NEWS
January 9, 2013
La Cañada Flintridge Dec. 18-Jan. 2 Vandalism:  4130 block of Oakwood Ave., between 11 p.m. on Dec. 18 and 7 a.m. on Dec. 19. A 2001 Honda was smeared with animal feces. A similar incident occurred on Dec. 27, this time involving human feces. Owner washed the waste off vehicle. On the morning of Jan. 2, the same resident found shattered pumpkins on front yard. Nov. 27-Jan. 2 Grand Theft: 5200 block of Crown Ave. Between 3 p.m.  Nov. 27 and and 8 a.m. on Jan.2. Resident reported a black rifle, sterling silver necklace and a sterling silver ring with zircon stones missing from her home.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 24, 2004
Angelika Mehren's photogenic face caught my attention as she stood at the Office Depot counter arranging pictures for a color Xerox. I looked at the photos and saw giraffes, monkeys and castles. "Are you an artist?" I asked. "Yes," she said, with a slight German accent. "I am making a display of my children's murals for Babycakes in La Cañada." We talked for a few more minutes. I left the store with an invitation to Angelika's home in Tujunga. When I knocked on the door of Angelika's cottage, I surveyed the huge, bare, dusty lot and thought, "This doesn't seem to match the lady I met at the store, I wonder if I have the wrong address?"
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By Mary O'Keefe | February 23, 2006
Tuesday night as customers were shopping at Office Depot on Foothill Boulevard a man dressed in a dark colored hooded sweatshirt, wearing a ski mask and carrying a gun walked up to cashier Ricky Ori and told him to empty his cash drawer into a black bag. "Out of the corner of my eye I saw a man with a ski mask and a gun at point blank range pointed at me," Ori said. At the time Ori was waiting on a woman and her children who ran out of the back of the store, he said. Ori explained to the suspect that he was unable to open the drawer without the manager's help.
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NEWS
December 22, 2005
Choosing the right holiday gift for your colleagues, your boss or your clients can be one more overwhelming task to add to your plate during the holiday season. That's because gift-giving in the business environment has its own set of rules and guidelines. Jacqueline Whitmore, Office Depot's etiquette expert, has the "etiquette essentials" that every businessperson should keep in mind this holiday season. Set a spending limit for gift-giving exchanges. Once a price limit is set among coworkers or for your office's Secret Santa exchange, make sure you stick to it. Limits help participants select an appropriate gift at an affordable price.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lynn Duvall | September 16, 2005
Being an Empty-Nester Opens New Culinary Doors Late in the afternoon on Tuesday, I went on an errand to Office Depot. The parking lot seemed crowded, but with my parking charm I zipped into a spot only steps away from the front door. When I walked into the store, I was dumbfounded. Shoppers covered nearly every inch of floor space. The cashier lines stretched back so far that I gave up counting at 30 in a single queue. Julio Bravo, store manager at the Foothill Boulevard branch of Office Depot, commented on the enormous crowds.
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