The Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Station crime reports are in for the week of July 7 -13.
This week deputies seized a large amount of marijuana ‘wax’, deputies investigate several burglar reports in a Canyon Country neighborhood, a car crashed into a library window and teens allegedly post nude twitter pics of underage students.
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Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Department deputies seized a large amount of drugs and drug paraphernalia during a routine traffic stop in Castaic on Friday, authorities said.
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies responded to several calls about a burglar in a Canyon Country neighborhood Tuesday morning, officials say.
A driver was hospitalized Wednesday after crashing a white Saturn into the Jo Anne Darcy Library in Canyon Country, causing damage to the building but leaving library patrons uninjured, authorities said.
Sheriff’s Department officials are investigating Twitter accounts posting naked pictures reportedly of Santa Clarita Valley high school boys and girls.
KHTS publishes crime reports in alphabetical order by community as they are made available.
Here are the crime reports for Canyon Country East, Castaic/ Val Verde, Newhall, Saugus, Stevenson Ranch and Valencia.
Canyon Country — East
There were to grand theft autos reported near the same area. The first incident took place near the 16400 block of Palomino Place. The victim in this crime had their 1995 trailer stolen from the parking area of the location. The second incident took place near the 28000 block of Silver Saddle Circle. In this incident the victim had their 1995 Honda Civic stolen. The two vehicles have not been recovered.
A vehicle burglary was reported near 28800 block of Flower Park Drive. In this incident the victim’s rear passenger window was broken and his RV was ransacked. The suspects also poured water into the victim’s oil and pulled several wires out from the engine compartment.
A second vehicle burglary was reported near the Lost Canyon Road and Oak Springs Canyon Road. In this incident the victim’s rear window was smashed and several interior items were stolen such as the bench seat and the radio.
Last week there were several residential and vehicle thefts reported in Zone 8. Santa Clarita Station detectives made several arrests last week which they believe were connected to these thefts.
Castaic/ Val Verde
An assault with a deadly weapon was reported off Sheridan Road in Val Verde. The suspect, and known gang member, fired two shots at 2 other adult Hispanics after an exchange of words. Neither of the victims was hit. The suspect was identified and taken into custody by responding deputies. The gun, shell casings and vehicle used in the crime were all recovered.
Proactive deputies observed a suspicious looking vehicle in the Roadway Inn parking lot. After a short investigation, an adult female and adult male were arrested for possession of methamphetamine. The two adults had a juvenile child in their care at the time of arrest. The juvenile was in possession of concentrated cannabis which he said he was getting for free from the female adult. The female admitted to supplying drugs to the child and was additionally charged with child endangerment.
A beige 2006 PT Cruiser was reported stolen from the 28000 block of Royal Road. The landlord reported the vehicle was taken without consent by a couple that was living at the house. Shortly after an argument the victim saw that the suspect’s bags were packed and his vehicle and keys were missing. The victim believes they are headed to Nebraska where they have family.
A commercial burglary occurred from the 29000 block of The Old Road. The morning work crew reported the back door to the building and the cash register were both pried open. Video footage shows an unknown suspect wearing gloves entering the store at 4:27 a.m. U.S. currency in the amount of $350 was taken.
A vehicle burglary was reported from 31000 block of Ridge Route Road in the Carl’s Jr. parking lot. An employee reported her vehicle window broken and a backpack stolen from her back seat. The vehicle was a ’95 Honda Accord.
A theft from an unlocked vehicle was reported from 27000 block of Rainier Road. A Sony stereo face plate was stolen from the vehicle. Finger prints were taken at the time of the report. The vehicle was an ’05 Honda Accord.
A grand theft was reported from the 28000 block of Harrison Parkway. Two Toyota Tundra work trucks were the targets. Both trucks had their catalytic converters taken from the vehicles.
A theft of propane tanks was reported from 28000 Whitherspoon Parkway. A local company said four 8 gallon propane tanks were taken from a secure trash dumpster area. The tanks were values at $400.
A residential burglary occurred on Monday the 7th, between 12:30 p.m. and 3:20 p.m., in the 25100 block of Fourl Street. The suspect tore open a front screen and entered the location through the window.
If you may have witnessed one of the thefts listed, or any crime, detectives could use information to help solve the crime. Call the Santa Clarita Sheriff’s station at (661)255-1121. If you want to remain anonymous, you can call Crime Stoppers at (800)222-8477, or text the letters, TIPLA plus your tip to 274637.
A vehicle burglary occurred on Friday the 11th, between 5:45 a.m. and 7:00 a.m., in the 24800 block of Walnut Street. A “JVC” car stereo was stolen.
A commercial burglary occurred Monday the 7th at 2:19 a.m. in the 23200 block of Lyons Avenue. The suspect cut a hole through a wall from an outside storage room and stole numerous items.
Vehicle parts were stolen from a Ford truck while it was parked overnight in the 23600 block of Newhall Avenue.
Several arrests were made in the Newhall area last week. A 22 year old male was arrested for burglary. An 18 year old female and a 43 year old male were arrested for assault and domestic violence, and a 38 year old male was arrested for shoplifting.
There were three crimes along Linda Lane which occurred between late July 13th and early July 14th. One vehicle burglary was reported where the victim discovered his vehicle door open and miscellaneous items missing. The other two crimes were thefts from unlocked vehicles. Both victims reported leaving their vehicles unlocked. Both awoke to discover items missing from their vehicle. Detectives are looking into all three related crimes.
Helpful hint: Burglary is a crime of opportunity. Burglars aim for the easiest targets. Most will give up if they can’t get in within a few minutes. To keep burglars away from your home or vehicle, make their work difficult, risky and low profit. Take all items of value with you when leaving it unattended. If this is not an option please secure the items in the trunk or out of view. Please remember to lock all doors and windows when leaving your home or vehicle. The best defense from these types of crimes is to not give the would be suspect a chance at all.
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A residential burglary occurred near the 24800 block of Sagecrest Circle. An unknown suspect entered the location through a kitchen window and upon entering, took miscellaneous jewelry and an Ipad.
A vehicle burglary occurred near the 24900 block of The Old Road. An unknown suspect shattered the rear driver’s side window of the victim’s vehicle and took a back pack containing several personal items.
A vehicle burglary occurred near the 25500 block of The Old Road. An unknown suspect entered the victim’s vehicle and took several miscellaneous personal items. There were no signs of forced entry made into the vehicle.
A theft from an unlocked vehicle occurred near the 25600 block of The Old Road. An unknown suspect entered the victim’s vehicle and took electronic equipment and personal items.
A grand theft occurred near the 25700 block of The Old Road. A large industrial sized oven was taken from the rear loading dock of the location.
A commercial burglary occurred near the 24900 block of The Old Road. A suspect entered the victim’s unlocked locker and took a gym bag containing the victim’s car keys. The suspect then entered the victim’s vehicle and took a purse. A female suspect and two male suspects were arrested a short time later by Santa Clarita Valley Station detectives in connection with the incident. The case is currently under investigation.
A shoplift burglary occurred near the 25400 block of The Old Road. Two male suspects were detained by loss prevention personnel after they exited the location, failing to pay for several items. The suspects were subsequently arrested by responding Santa Clarita Station deputies.
A GTA occurred near the 28200 block of Rye Canyon Road. A 2006 Honda Civic was taken from a nearby parking lot.
A residential burglary occurred near the 2300 block of Abbey Glen Place. An unknown suspect entered the location through an unlocked sliding porch door and took miscellaneous jewelry, electronics and valuables.
A residential burglary occurred near the 27000 block of Vista Encantada. An unknown suspect entered the location and stole numerous jewelry items. The case is currently under investigation by Santa Clarita Valley Detective Bureau.
Two vehicle burglaries occurred near the 25300 block of Rye Canyon Road. An unknown suspect entered the victim’s vehicle and took several miscellaneous personal items. There were signs of forced entry made into the vehicle.
A grand theft auto occurred from the 25900 block of Tournament Road. The vehicle was a 2007 Yamaha YZF-R6 blue in color. The vehicle was recovered a few days later by LAPD Foothill Division.
A grand theft auto occurred from the 25300 block of Rye Canyon Road. The vehicle was stolen from the location and recovered the next day in Burbank by the local police.
A shoplift burglary occurred near the 25800 block of McBean Parkway. A male Hispanic entered the location and concealed numerous items from inside the location and exited the without paying for them. This case is currently under investigation by Santa Clarita Detective Bureau.
We had four shoplifting burglaries occur near the 26400 block of Town Center Drive. In all four cases the suspects were arrested by Santa Clarita Valley patrol deputies. These cases are currently under active investigation.
Source: Santa Clarita News