Crime Blotter

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July 13

Conele Way in La Cañada Flintridge, a resident reported her debit card information had been accessed without her permission. The card was in her possession at all times. The purchases occurred between July 3-6.

July 12

900 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada, the exterior roll up door at La Cañada Cameras was vandalized between July 3-6.

West Big Tujunga Canyon, Angeles National Forest, a man reported that someone used his credit card information without his permission.  The incident occurred on July 7.

July 11

1900 block of Tondolea Lane in La Cañada, cash and sunglasses were stolen and a vehicle was vandalized overnight.

July 9

3000 block Los Olivos in La Crescenta, two vehicles that were parked in a driveway were vandalized. One vehicle had its convertible top cut and scratches along the body. The other vehicle had scratches along the entire body and glass areas. The vandalism happened overnight.

July 8

4200 Beulah Drive in La Cañada, the rear driver side window was smashed. Nothing was reported stolen from a vehicle overnight.

4600 Encinas Drive in La Cañada, the side flood control wall near a home was vandalized with spray painted graffiti between July 5-8.

Little Tujunga Canyon in Tujunga, Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire. It is being investigated as arson. This incident occurred at 4 a.m.

July 7

5500 Godbey Drive in La Cañada, the mobile snack stand was stolen and numerous chairs were thrown into the pool at the La Cañada Flintridge Country Club overnight.

400 Rinetti Lane in La Cañada, a water meter that was attached to a fire hydrant was stolen between July 2-7.

Canyonside Drive and Irving Avenue in La Crescenta, a 20-year-old La Crescenta woman was arrested for vandalism after a witness reported seeing the woman and three juveniles apparently spray painting graffiti on the flood retaining wall. The woman, who was allegedly found with a can of spray paint in her hand, reportedly admitted to spray painting the wall.

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