2900 block of N. Verdugo Road in Glendale, a couple reported seeing a man peeking through their bedroom window. When Glendale police arrived, the resident reported that he and his wife arrived home at about 1 a.m. They went into their bedroom and the man opened the window shade and window to allow fresh air into the room. The couple began to change their clothes to get ready for bed when the man heard something outside. The resident saw a man looking into their bedroom window. The resident ran out of his home to confront the man but he had fled the area. The man is described as 30 to 40 years old, with short black hair, wearing a brightly colored V-neck shirt.
Foothill Boulevard and Lowell Avenue in Glendale, several motorists contacted Glendale police reporting a woman described with long hair walking in the roadway in danger of being struck. Police found the 18-year-old woman from La Crescenta on Foothill Boulevard near Lowell Avenue. She was reportedly walking in the intersection across Lowell Avenue. Two vehicles driving northbound on Lowell Avenue were forced to apply their brakes to avoid hitting the woman. She allegedly just smiled and waved at the cars. As the police approached, the woman laid down on the south sidewalk of Foothill Boulevard. When the officer asked what she was doing she responded “just chilling.” When officers asked her if she knew why people were calling the police, she allegedly responded “Because they saw me do something wrong.” The officer reportedly asked what she did that was wrong and she told officers people saw her take LSD. She then allegedly told the officers she had taken LSD. After a brief conversation, the girl jumped up and began running eastbound on Foothill Boulevard. The officer grabbed her, she resisted and the officer chose to deploy his Taser. As he pulled the trigger on the Taser, one prong missed her and the other got tangled in her hair. The Taser cycled through and made a loud clicking noise, which reportedly caused the girl to yell and lay down on the ground. She was eventually handcuffed and transported to the hospital.
She was arrested for public intoxication.
Sylmar a 32-year-old La Crescenta man was arrested for battery on a significant other. A woman entered the CV Sheriff’s Station and reported that the man had yanked her hair and pulled her toward him. He then placed her in a chokehold. She stated both she and the man were using methamphetamine at the time. The couple had reportedly checked into a motel in Sylmar. While there the man’s brother, also 32 from La Crescenta, stopped by and an argument began between the victim and the suspect. The alleged assault occurred at 11 p.m.