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CRIME BLOTTER

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Jan. 9
5200 block of Escalante Drive, La Cañada Flintridge, a resident reported that three adult men were skateboarding in her driveway. She asked them to leave the property when one of the men grabbed a rock and threw it at her front door causing the glass pane to crack. The three then ran away at 5 p.m.
Jan. 7
4300 block of La Crescenta Avenue in La Crescenta, several classrooms at La Crescenta Elementary School were ransacked, furniture was knocked over and cash was stolen from desk drawers. The incident occurred over winter break. A school staff member noticed once she returned to school that her set of school keys were missing from her desk drawer located in the school office.
The incident occurred between Dec. 19 and Jan. 7.
Jan. 6
Foothill Boulevard and Briggs Avenue in La Crescenta, a 42-year-old Los Angeles woman was arrested for not having a registration tab on her license plate; however, a DMV check of her vehicle found the registration had expired in May 2014. She was also driving on a suspended license.
She was arrested at 4:25 a.m.

3100 block of Evelyn Street in La Crescenta, a person/s had vandalized the wall of a residence by spray painting graffiti overnight.

3100 block of Evelyn Street in La Crescenta, a person/s had vandalized a stucco planter at a residence by spray painting graffiti overnight.

200 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada Flintridge, a purse was stolen from a vehicle parked in the parking lot of St. Bede’s Catholic Church between 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m.

4100 block of Encinas Drive in La Cañada, a Los Angeles woman was arrested for obscene language and threats with an electronic communication device.
The La Cañada couple had found an ad on Craigslist for a Mastiff dog for sale. They met the woman who was the owner of the dog and was reportedly assured the dog was registered and had been vaccinated. The couple paid the agreed upon amount for the dog and took possession. They then discovered dog had not been vaccinated and had a disease that required further treatment. They then stopped payment to the woman. The couple texted the woman letting her know the dog’s medical costs surpassed what they had paid for him and they were cancelling the payment to her. That is when the threats via text began that included her and others coming to the La Cañada home to cause harm.
The woman was arrested at 2:40 p.m.

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