Aug. 29
4400 block of Rockland Place in La Crescenta, when a resident returned home she noticed a white four-door vehicle, possibly a Chrysler 200 or 300 model, parked in front of her home. She entered her locked front door and discovered her residence had been ransacked. She contacted the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station. Deputies arrived and discovered several rooms had been ransacked, a laundry basket containing miscellaneous items was in the hallway and the resident’s small dog had been locked in the kitchen pantry. The rear entry door had been forcibly opened; the door casing was broken and splintered. It also appeared the suspect/s had attempted to pry open a kitchen window.

A witness, who was driving in the area at the time, reported noticing the white car in front of the victim’s home. She noticed a woman described as in her 20s, dark skinned, dark hair in a ponytail, in the driver’s seat of the vehicle. Both passenger doors were open. The woman had honked the horn several times; she then saw three males run down the driveway and into he vehicle. They drove southbound on Rockland Place and out of view. Two of the men were described as in their 30s, dark skinned, dark hair, wearing white long sleeve dress shirts and black pants.

The incident occurred on 1:40 p.m.

4700 block of Oakwood Avenue in La Cañada, a woman reported that two people threw about four-dozen eggs striking her vehicle that was parked in front of her gated driveway. Her home surveillance camera captured the two people, with faces covered with large brimmed hats, throwing eggs from a neighbor’s home. One of the suspects was seen climbing over a brick wall and onto the victim’s property to crack several eggs on the victim’s vehicle. The two suspects then walked away. They apparently got into an unknown type of vehicle and drove southbound on Oakwood Avenue, throwing another egg at the victim’s vehicle, which was found to have several dents and cracked paint near where the egg had hit the car. The incident occurred at midnight.

Aug. 27
1400 block of Descanso Drive in La Cañada, deputies responded to a call concerning a possible burglary. They discovered someone/s had smashed a glass door to gain entrance to the residence. The resident had locked the doors to his home and left the area; when he returned he found many rooms had been ransacked. The rear back door window had been smashed and the screen had been ripped away. Nothing was reported stolen at the time.

The burglary occurred between 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.