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April 21
2100 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada Flintridge, a 30-year-old Azusa woman was arrested for burglary and driving without a valid California license. After a routine traffic stop, a deputy discovered the female driver did not have a valid drivers’ license. After an investigation, several pieces of woman’s clothing were found inside the vehicle. All had Ross Dress for Less price tags attached. The deputy asked the woman if she had a receipt for the items; she said she did not. She reportedly told the deputy the items were not from the La Cañada Ross; however, the officer witnessed her leave the Ross’ parking lot. She later allegedly admitted to taking the items from the La Cañada store at 11:10 a.m.

1400 block of Descanso Drive in La Cañada Flintridge, a 20-year-old La Cañada man was arrested on suspicion of possession of concentrated cannabis and suspicion of possession of marijuana after deputies investigated two males sitting in a vehicle parked at the location. The deputies reported a strong smell of marijuana as they approached the vehicle; the windows were rolled down. A deputy reported witnessing the passenger of the vehicle holding a glass bong (paraphernalia used to smoke marijuana). The officer asked the driver if he was smoking marijuana. He said no, but the passenger reportedly said that he had been smoking. After an investigation, four plastic bottles containing what appeared to be marijuana was found inside the vehicle. Concentrated cannabis was discovered in the trunk of the vehicle. The passenger reportedly told the deputy it all belonged to him and that he had a medical marijuana card due to his anxiety and back pain. The incident occurred at 8:24 p.m.


April 19
2300 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada Flintridge, a 39-year-old Tujunga man was arrested for stalking and making criminal threats. Deputies initially responded to a call concerning an assault with a deadly weapon, person with a knife. When they arrived at the location they discovered the Tujunga man sitting on a bench. He had a knife hanging from his belt. The victim, a woman, reported that she and the suspect had a long-term relationship and had a child together. She ended the relationship four months ago after he allegedly assaulted her. He was arrested then for domestic violence.
Since then he had shown up at her house almost every day and harassed her in an attempt to have her review their relationship. The morning of the incident, she noticed he had followed her in his vehicle on the freeway. She reported he attempted to cut her off in an attempt to slow her down. She reported he had followed her in the past. He also called her on several occasions, sometimes yelling at her over the phone. The man had allegedly threatened her in the past as well.
This time when he arrived at the location in possession of a knife, the woman was in fear of her safety and contacted the sheriffs. The incident occurred at 2:40 p.m.


April 17
3000 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Crescenta, an Orchard Supply Hardware employee reported witnessing a suspect enter through the lower level entrance to the store. He picked up a waste disposer from the shelf then grabbed an empty propane tank. He exited the front upper level door with both items without attempting to pay for them. He then sat the items on the ground just outside the front door and went into the parking lot. The suspect returned, took the items he had placed on the ground, and left the area.


April 16
2900 block of Santa Carlotta Avenue in La Crescenta, a resident received a telephone call from a fraud protection agency wanting to verify two charges that were made on the Internet using her credit card. She had received another message from another agency stating they wanted to verify a large order that had been placed online using her credit card. The woman had not given authorization for any purchases and discovered the credit cards used she had never applied for. The charges occurred on April 14.

3000 block of Community Avenue in La Crescenta, a resident reported that she received a bill concerning her application for credit regarding a phone. She did not authorize this transaction. She also reported that on April 15 her mother received a letter from the IRS stating she was not able to claim her daughter as a dependent on her taxes due to the fact her daughter had already filed her own taxes. The daughter had not filed.

600 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada Flintridge, deputies responded to Gelson’s Market concerning a burglary alarm that had been activated. After investigating, deputies discovered the front door had been pried open. It appeared that nothing had been disturbed. The surveillance video showed two suspects, possibly male, wearing hoodies that covered their faces, pry open the north front door and enter the market. The suspects walked down the wine section of the market but left the building without taking anything. They were seen getting into a dark colored, newer sedan and exited the parking lot at 1:55 a .m.


April 14
4100 block of Chevy Chase Drive in La Cañada Flintridge, someone stole a man’s wallet from an unlocked vehicle. He reported that he became aware of the wallet being stolen after he received a phone call from a bank representative informing him of suspicious transactions on his credit card, charges he did not authorize. The wallet was stolen overnight.

2500 block of Piedmont Avenue in Montrose, a woman reported finding several transactions she did not authorize on her credit card statement. The woman was in possession of her credit card and had not given anyone permission to use the card. She discovered the transactions on April 13.

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