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Sheriff, City Should Address Alarming Burglaries

There were 10 residential burglaries in March of 2024.
A couple of these burglaries happened while residents were home. The Sheriff’s Department Crime Reports weren’t part of the agenda for the City Council meeting on April 16, and they should have been.
In addition, the Sheriff’s Crime Reports were not included at the beginning of the month on April 2, either. Ten residential burglaries in one month is excessive and should be addressed. Two burglaries happened when residents were home — also very alarming and should be addressed. Have any arrests been made? Has the city requested additional patrols?
The information on the first six burglaries was included in public records and SpotCrime.com. The last four were written about in the Outlook.
I would hope the city of La Cañada Flintridge’s elected City Council members and city staff would be more up to date and current with respect to crime statistics in the future. Also, the map was omitted in the Sheriff’s Crime Reports for February that were presented at the City Council meeting on March 19. The nearest block locations are public record and should be included in the reports.

Cydney Motia
La Cañada Flintridge

First published in the April 18 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun.


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