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One In Custody After Deputy-Involved Fight Breaks Out In Valencia

One person is in custody following a deputy-involved fight in Valencia Friday afternoon near the Hyatt Regency Hotel, where an individual reportedly “challenged” a deputy to a fight.

BREAKING: A deputy-involved fight has been reported bear McBean Parkway and the Valencia Town Center.

Posted by KHTS Radio on Friday, August 14, 2020

 

At around 3:50 p.m. Friday, deputies with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station responded to a deputy-involved altercation near the intersection of McBean Parkway and Town Center Drive.

“It appears that the suspect came up to the deputy and challenged him to a fight,” said Lt. Ethan Marquez with the station.

Several incidents of vandalism were reported just north of the location, near McBean Pkwy. and Newhall Ranch Road.

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“The suspect was possibly striking car windshields with a skateboard,” said Shirley Miller, spokesperson for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station.

A skateboard was reportedly recovered by deputies after the fight, according to officials on scene.

One person was taken into custody as a result of the altercation. No injuries were reported in connection with the incident.

Ed. Note: This is a breaking news story, more information will be posted as it is made available.

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One In Custody After Deputy-Involved Fight Breaks Out In Valencia

11 comments

  1. Thank you for keeping SCV safe LEOs!!! Our community ranks 7th because of your hard work. It’s not an easy job and you are appreciated🇺🇸🙏🏼 Stay safe

  2. There were at least 12 police cars when I drove by, I thought there was an active shooter or something. Not sure if all of that was necessary for one person though, but hope you police stay safe.

  3. Jack you are an idiot!! If you or a family member were involved in a fight with a suspect would you not want as many people as necessary to respond or mehhhh just a few. I’m sure the skateboarder is a scholar weaker citizen from our local wash who is just a poor victim. Great job to our sheriff’s dept and glad the deputies are ok. Keep up the great work.

  4. I hope the deputies take the little bastard in the back of the jail cell in kick the s*** out of him. Lord knows our liberal justice system can’t do the job

  5. Vote liberal. This guy is a victim and has every right to vandalize and resist arrest. Yeah thats the ticket. Vote liberal.

  6. Thank God LE is keeping rampant crime down all around beautiful SCV, so LE was able to swarm a situation that nowadays (in other areas) riots of resistant, commie lawbreakers can stir up trouble as so many cretins have their cell phones stuck to their faces ready to network other idiots ready to cause riots quickly! Thanks LE, even though it was a relatively minor problem! That’s one of the reasons SCV is so safe!

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Michael Brown has lived in Santa Clarita his whole life. Graduating from Saugus High School in 2016, he continued to stay local by attending The Master’s University, where he achieved a Bachelor's Degree in Communication. Michael joined KHTS in January of 2018 as a news intern, and has since gone on to become the News Director for the KHTS Newsroom. Since joining KHTS, Michael has covered many breaking news stories (both on scene and on air), interviewed dozens of prominent state and federal political figures, and interacted with hundreds of residents from Santa Clarita. When he is not working, Michael enjoys spending time with his family, as well as reading any comic book he can get his hands on.