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Sheriff’s Crime Log

Deputies responded to a residential vandalism and petty theft incident in the 300 block of Inverness Drive between noon on July 30 and noon on Aug. 6. The victim said that on Aug. 6, he arrived home and noticed the northeastern portion of the fence in his backyard was broken. The victim said he last saw the fence intact on July 30. He also noticed that his barbecue cover was missing. After, he started to look through the rest of the residence and noticed that the east-facing vent cover was removed from the back of his house and a decorative lava rock was missing from the front yard.

Vandalism and a petty theft were reported in the 800 block of Berkshire Avenue on Aug. 4 at 3:38 p.m. The victim was viewing his surveillance camera footage and saw a black SUV with windows tinted drive eastbound on Berkshire Avenue and park in front of his mailbox. A man got out of the car and walked to the victim’s mailbox, pulled an unknown object out the front of his pants and tried to open the mailbox. It is unknown if the suspect got mail out of the mailbox. The suspect then walked away from the mailbox, entered the driver’s side of the SUV and drove off eastbound and out of view. The victim said that he receives mail on a daily basis. When he went to go check it on Aug. 4, he found no mail, which he said was not normal for his residence.

Deputies responded to a call from the front desk regarding a grand theft report in the 500 block of Foothill Boulevard on Aug. 4 between 10:47 a.m. and 12:47 p.m. As a victim was withdrawing money from an ATM on the west side of the bank, a female adult tapped her shoulder to tell the victim that there was money on the floor and ask if it was hers. She said it was not hers, and a second person said that he had witnessed the victim drop the money. The second suspect then picked up the money and handed it to the victim, who then left. Soon after, while the victim was making a purchase from a local store, she was unable to locate her debit card. She immediately drove back to the bank to see if she had forgotten it but was unable to locate it. After canceling her card, she noticed her bank statement had several transactions that were not authorized by her.

Editor’s note: Details included in the Sheriff’s crime report are taken directly from the deputies’ reports on file at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s station. The Outlook Valley Sun is not responsible for the incompleteness or inaccuracies in the original reports.

First published in the August 17 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun.


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