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July 2
400 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada Flintridge, a woman described as Hispanic, 5’3” tall, 120 to 130 pounds and wearing burgundy medical scrubs entered the Trader Joe’s and purchased a pack of pineapple juice. She had reportedly inquired about seeking employment at the store as well as making a purchase. When it was time to pay for the item, she allegedly stated, “Oh man my piggy bank is empty, can I use a hundred dollar bill?” The employee took the $100 bill and inspected it and suspected it to be a forgery but accepted it against his better judgment. He gave the woman change and she exited the store. The employee took the bill to his manager who confirmed it to be a forgery. The manager looked through all of the $100 bills that had been collected throughout the day and found another forgery. The manager contacted the Trader Joe’s in Pasadena and found that store also had taken a fake $100 bill from a woman matching the suspect that had entered the La Cañada store.

June 29
2700 block of Prospect Avenue in Montrose, someone stole the front right turn signal lamp assembly from a vehicle overnight.

June 28
1900 block of Verdugo Boulevard in La Cañada, a 29-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested for driving on a suspended license and a 25-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and being under the influence of a controlled substance. Deputies stopped the man’s vehicle after they noticed the car had paper plates on the back of the vehicle but nothing on the front windshield as is required by law. There had been a rash of vehicle burglaries in the area. The arrests were made at 5:25 p.m.

June 25
Ramsdell and Mayfield avenues in La Crescenta, a catalytic converter was stolen from a semi truck that was parked on the street between June 21-25.

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