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April 15
300 block of St. Katherine Drive in La Cañada, deputies responded to a call concerning an assault with a deadly weapon. The victim reported that he was taking photos of the skyline when a silver or gray four-door sedan resembling a Toyota or Honda pulled into the dirt lot next to him. Six people described as three Hispanic males and three Hispanic females exited the vehicle and two of the females approached the victim. They asked him to take photographs of them; the victim took several photos of the females. When he was done he began to walk back to his vehicle when two of the Hispanic males attacked him. A struggle occurred as the victim asked what he had done to provoke the attack and the men said, “Give me your camera.” Then the victim saw that one of the men had a revolver, which he used to strike the victim in the face. The man attempted to yank the camera from around the victim’s neck but was unsuccessful. The victim was able to get back to his vehicle, lock the doors and call 911. The victim drove to Highland Drive where he met deputies. The suspects followed him for a while but then drove away. The victim was found to have several injuries including broken and cracked teeth and ruptured blood vessel inside his right eye. An unsuccessful search for the suspects was made in the area. However the victim did have photos of the two women on his camera. The attack occurred at 8:45 p.m.

4800 block of Hill Street in La Cañada, a resident reported that someone had entered his home through an open rear garage door that was attached to his home. The person/s ransacked several rooms throughout the home and made a pile of items in the front living room next to the front door. The resident stated he noticed a thin woman with a dark complexion sitting in the passenger seat of a bright blue SUV to the east of his home. The resident backed his vehicle into his driveway then entered his home. He noticed the pile of items on the floor and that his front door was slightly open. The resident ran out the front door to discover the SUV was gone.   The incident occurred at 12:30 p.m.
April 14
2900 block of Community Avenue in La Crescenta, an iPhone was stolen from an unlocked locker in the girls’ gymnasium locker room at Crescenta Valley High School between 8 a.m. and 9:50 a.m.
April 13
200 block of Starlane Drive in La Cañada, currency and jewelry were stolen and a glass panel in a sliding door was shattered at a home between 9:30 a.m. and
1:10 p.m.

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