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June 3
Ocean View Boulevard and the Foothill (210) freeway in Montrose, a 29-year-old Montrose man was arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia after a deputy conducted a traffic stop at 3:39 a.m.

3100 block of El Caminito Street in La Crescenta, a 32-year-old Tujunga man was arrested for receiving stolen property and taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent. A deputy stopped the man as he was walking on the sidewalk; he apparently had left a home that had been known to have illegal activity in the past.

The deputy allegedly discovered the man to be in possession of several items that were not his including vehicle keys. After the arrest, the deputy returned to the area and began running license plates of vehicles parked along the street. One vehicle was found to be stolen out of Sunland. One of the keys found in the possession of the man belonged to the stolen vehicle.

The incident occurred at 11:04 a.m.

May 31
2400 block of Shields Street in La Crescenta, a 54-year-old La Crescenta man was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon after he threatened his roommate on April 30. The man was also charged with kidnapping, false imprisonment and criminal threats when another roommate reported that after he and the man had gone to Ralphs market, he asked the man if he would drive him to his gym where he left his wallet. The man agreed, the roommate told him the gym was in Los Angeles and the man became extremely angry. He allegedly began driving dangerously. The roommate, concerned for his safety, told the man he did not need to drive him anywhere and attempted to get out of the vehicle by opening the passenger door.     The man reportedly sped up causing the car door to slam shut. The roommate finally calmed the man down and he drove back to their home. The roommate went to the sheriff’s station to report the incident, still concerned for his safety because it was found the man owned two handguns. The man was arrested at 11 a.m.

2500 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Crescenta, a 58-year-old La Crescenta woman was arrested after a deputy found her staggering down Foothill Boulevard. After an investigation it was determined she was under the influence of a controlled substance at 4:20 p.m.

May 28
2300 block of Montrose Avenue in Montrose, a woman discovered her vehicle had two dents on the rear left side door and quarter panel. She noticed the damage at 9 p.m.

5100 block of Glenwood Avenue in La Crescenta, a laptop computer was stolen from an unlocked garage between 9 a.m. to 5:45 p.m.

2800 block of Altura Avenue in La Crescenta, a woman reported she found a purse containing two cellphones and personal information on a bench on the north side of Crescenta Valley High School. After an investigation, the owner of the purse was found. She stated that she had parked near a home at the location to pick up her daughter, went into the home for a short amount of time and then she and her daughter got into her unlocked vehicle and drove away. It was only after she went for ice cream that she noticed both her and her daughter’s purses were stolen from the backseat.

The theft occurred between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m.

May 25
1900 block of Verdugo Boulevard in La Cañada, the interior of a vehicle had been ransacked and it appeared someone attempted to steal the driver and passenger side control panels and two side mirrors were stolen from a vehicle parked in the United Artists theater parking lot between 7 p.m. and 10 p.m.

May 24
5700 block of Catherwood Drive in La Cañada, a subwoofer, laptop computer, touch pad computer and iPod Nano were stolen from a home. The resident reported that a family member had a party without his consent that several people attended.

The items appeared to have been stolen during the time of the party between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m.

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