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Sheriffs Respond To Crime Reports, Grand Theft, Arson

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Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station Deputies have released the crime reports for the week of Sept. 22-28. Hearing Set For Motion To Dismiss Charges Against Suspect In Pinyon Pines Triple Murder. An Anaheim man charged with having a sexual relationship with a Santa Clarita Valley teen pleaded no contest and was sentenced Friday. Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Station deputies arrested a ...

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Bail Bonds In Santa Clarita: Why You Need A Bail Bond

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Ed. Note: The following content was provided by All American Bail Bonds who is a client of KHTS AM-1220. You’re probably sitting on your couch or at work, reading the news for the day. You come across a story about bail bonds and think to yourself, “Why would I ever need a bail bond?” More than likely, you will come ...

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CORRECTION: Report Suggests AB 109 Lowers Recidivism, L.A. Expected To OK Funds

CORRECTION: Report Suggests AB 109 Lowers Recidivism, L.A. Expected To OK Funds

Los Angeles County supervisors Tuesday are expected to approve a reimbursement of about $337.7 million to pay for AB 109 programs, a controversial jail-prison realignment program. While Supervisor Michael Antonovich has been a vocal opponent of the state’s public safety realignment program, which was aimed at reducing the number of non-serious, non-violent and non-sexual offenders in state prisons due to a Supreme Court order, officials claim early data shows promise. "Realignment continues to pose serious concerns and threatens public safety statewide because we are dealing with repeat offenders,” Antonovich said last week, when the law’s implementation was reviewed. “There are over 32,000 arrests involving the 24,000 (post-supervision probationers) under probation supervision because some are being arrested up to seven or eight times."

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Sheriffs Respond To Crime Reports, Grand Theft Auto, Indecent Exposure

Sheriffs Respond To Crime Reports, Grand Theft Auto, Indecent Exposure

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station Deputies have released the crime reports for the week of Sept. 15-21. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. A Castaic woman pleaded not guilty in the murder of her father, officials said Thursday. Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station detectives are investigating two Santa Clarita cellphone store ...

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In-Law Fight Leads To False Police Report Charge In Saugus (W/ 911 Tape)

In-Law Fight Leads To False Police Report Charge In Saugus (W/ 911 Tape)

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies arrested a Santa Clarita woman after a fight with her in-law led to an alleged false police report Thursday, officials said. Tania Pena, 56, of Saugus, called sheriff’s deputies to her mother-in-law’s house on the 23300 block of Lady Linda Lane, after an argument, according to Sheriff’s Station offiicials. “We responded to a 911 call, and the woman calling said her mother-in-law was pointing a shotgun at her,” said Lt. Brenda Cambra of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station.

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Santa Clarita Teen Gets 45 Days, Serves 3 For Theft Charges

Santa Clarita Teen Gets 45 Days, Serves 3 For Theft Charges

A Santa Clarita teen received a 45-day jail sentence for petty theft Friday, after requesting a trial on two charges for a Walmart burglary and losing the case. Joseph Munoz, 19, of Canyon Country, was accused of going into the Walmart on Carl Boyer Drive with the intent to steal. “He was found guilty on two counts -- petty theft and second degree commercial burglary,” said Ricardo Santiago, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. “Both (charges) are misdemeanors, and in both, the victim is Walmart.”

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