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May 17
5800 block of Ocean View Boulevard in La Cañada, a woman reported that while she was looking out her kitchen window she witnessed a man running out of her garage. She immediately went outside and saw the man get into a vehicle described as a dark blue, four-door Honda Civic. The man drove out of view. He is described as Hispanic, 6-foot, 150 pounds with a shaved head wearing dark clothing. She also reported seeing three other occupants in the suspect’s vehicle, one of them a woman. The only items reported stolen from the garage was a black volleyball bag that contained shoes and clothing. The incident occurred at 4 p.m.

5300 block of Ocean View Boulevard in La Cañada, a woman reported walking northbound on Ocean View Boulevard when she noticed a late model dark blue, four-door Honda Civic. Someone threw a plastic package out of the vehicle and then drove off at a high rate of speed. Deputies found the package and asked nearby residents if it belonged to them.  A woman reported that she had been expecting a package with a pair of shoes. Apparently the suspect had taken the package from the front porch of the woman’s home. The incident occurred at 3 p.m.

May 16
4300 block of Beulah Drive in La Cañada, a man reported as he was sitting on his front porch of his home he saw a man approach his pick up truck. The man opened the driver’s side door. The resident began yelling at him to get out of his truck and the suspect ran south on Beulah Drive. The resident reportedly saw two women with the suspect. The woman told the man they were not with the suspect. The women walked away. The suspect is described as white; 5-10 to 6-0, thin build wearing a black ball cap, black sweater and blue jeans. The incident occurred at 1:26 a.m.

2900 block of Community Avenue in La Crescenta, several areas of Crescenta Valley High School were vandalized by spray painted graffiti. Some of the graffiti read Arcadia High School. CVHS and Arcadia are rivals. Estimated damage is about $5,000. The incident occurred between May 14-16.

May 14
4500 Pennsylvania Avenue in La Crescenta, a laptop computer, electric guitar and jewelry were stolen from a residence between 2:55 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
May 12
Briggs Avenue and Whittier Drive in La Crescenta, a 49-year-old La Crescenta woman was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia. According to the report, a deputy noticed a black Mercedes driving in front of him that did not have a license plate. The deputy conducted a traffic stop and noticed the passenger, the La Crescenta woman, reaching toward the floorboard of the vehicle. The deputy asked the woman to exit the vehicle. The deputy noticed white powdery substance smeared into the carpet near when the suspect had been reaching. The deputy allegedly found what appeared to be a package that had contained a narcotic. The deputy suspects the woman tore the bag and smeared the white powdery substance into the carpet of the vehicle. The substance resembled rock cocaine. After an investigation the deputy allegedly discovered five glass pipes and other items that appeared to be paraphernalia used to smoke rock cocaine. The incident occurred at 12:15 p.m.

2200 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada, a 54-year-old Pasadena man was arrested for being drunk in public. Deputies found the suspect in front of the Big Lots store. He was lying on the ground with his head propped up. Deputies asked the man to stand but he stumbled several times, he had slurred speech and smelled like alcohol. He was arrested at 9:30 a.m.

May 11
2800 Foothill Boulevard in La Crescenta, a woman set her cellphone on a table near the check out counter at the La Crescenta Library. She went to check out her books and when she returned her cellphone was stolen at 7:30 p.m.

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