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Sept. 28
2600 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Crescenta, a 37-year-old Glendale man was arrested/cited for placing annoying telephone calls. A woman reported witnessing an ex-boyfriend, the suspect, enter her place of business. She immediately went to her manager’s office in an attempt to not be seen by the suspect. When the manager and woman went into the main area of the store the suspect was gone. After the suspect left the business the woman began getting multiple annoying text messages and voice messages. Some of the messages included threats of contacting the apartment manager where she lives to get her evicted. He also allegedly threatened to negatively affect her work as well.
The incident occurred between 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Sept. 24
4900 block of Crown Avenue in La Cañada, a woman reported that on Sept. 16 she had her wallet stolen from Macy’s department store in Pasadena. She reported the theft to the Pasadena Police Dept. She had several credit cards in the wallet and had canceled them after the theft. She later received a notice that someone had changed the home address of one of her credit cards. She contacted the credit card company and was told that someone, identifying himself or herself as the cardholder, had contacted the company and requested the change of address. They also informed her that a new card was being sent to the address. She was notified again that someone had attempted to open another credit card account in her name.
She reported the theft to her credit card companies and the LASD and changed all of her security pass codes. She made the report to the Crescenta Valley Station at 2:38 p.m.

Sept. 22
500 block of La Cañada Boulevard in La Cañada, a woman reported that her business partner had told her of some “bounced checks” and suspicious activity on their joint business account. The woman investigated and found that funds had been electronically withdrawn from the business account. She did not make the withdrawals or authorize anyone to do so.
The withdrawals occurred between Sept. 14-22.

Sept. 18
4100 Rosemont Avenue in Montrose, a resident reported that a package that had been delivered to his home had been stolen from his front porch. The package contained several motorcycle parts.
The package was stolen between 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Sept. 16
1100 Roanoke Place in La Cañada, a resident noticed several suspicious transactions concerning her credit card status. She contacted her bank and decided not to contact the LASD. The incident occurred initially on Aug. 16. She later received a notice that someone had contacted the bank and requested a credit increase without her permission. When the unknown person contacted the bank the person had the woman’s personal information including her social security number.
The charges occurred between Aug. 16 and Sept. 16.

Sept. 8
4300 block of Hayman Avenue in La Cañada, a resident reported that someone used his personal information to obtain a loan without his permission. The resident realized the loan had been obtained after receiving a statement for a late payment. He reported the incident at 10 a.m.

Aug. 1
1300 block of Descanso Drive in La Cañada, a resident reported someone unknown was able to open an Internet account without his permission. The victim received a bill from the Internet service. He contacted the service and informed them he did not have an account. He was told they would close the account; however, he later received another bill from the same account he had been told was closed. The account number was the same but the address had been changed to a P.O. Box. The victim contacted the company again to confirm the account did not belong to him and he wanted it closed. He also contacted the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Dept.

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