1 block of Sport Chalet Drive in La Cañada Flintridge, a dark grey 2004 Chevy 2500 HD pick up truck was stolen from the Sport Chalet parking lot between 12:24 p.m. and 12:27 p.m.
4600 block of Dyer Street in La Crescenta, a person concerning a hit and run accident at La Crescenta and Sanborn avenues flagged a deputy down. A Lexus SUV was parked with front-end damage. A witness told the deputy that an accident had occurred and the truck that caused the accident drove away northbound on La Crescenta Avenue. The driver of the truck was described as a woman and the passenger as a man, both in their early 20s. After the driver of the truck allegedly caused the accident she drove away at a high rate of speed. The deputy recognized the description of the truck as belonging to a La Crescenta woman he had encountered on other occasions. The woman, allegedly, told the deputy she was going to come back and that it was the SUV who cut her off thus causing the accident. After an investigation the deputy discovered tools commonly used to commit residential burglaries including walkie-talkies. The deputy also reportedly discovered several items that did not seem to belong to the driver or the passenger.
After further investigation a home that was recently burglarized was found and the victim could identify some of the items allegedly found in the woman’s vehicle.
The driver and passenger were arrested for burglary that was committed between 12:50 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
2500 block of Evelyn Street in Montrose, a Buena Park man was found asleep in a car at the location. There appeared to be urine directly outside the vehicle. The deputy knocked on the vehicle’s window but the suspect did not react. The deputy opened the door and tapped the man on the shoulder several times until he woke up. His speech was reportedly incomprehensible and he seemed to ignore the deputy’s orders. He eventually recognized that a law enforcement officer was speaking to him and he went from being belligerent to respectful.
He reportedly told the deputy he had once lived at the location but he recently divorced, sold the house and now lives in Buena Park. The deputy asked the man if he had someone who could pick him up or someone he could spend the night with, but the man was unable to operate his cellphone. He was transported to the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station and arrested for public intoxication at 4:45 a.m.