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Dec. 21

2600 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Crescenta, a 47-year-old man and a 32-year-old woman, both from Burbank, were arrested after a traffic stop. The female driver was driving on a suspended license and the male passenger had several arrest warrants in his name. After further investigation, deputies discovered a plastic bag containing a substance that appeared to be heroin, another plastic bag with a substance that appeared to be methamphetamine and a pipe commonly used to ingest narcotics. All items were found in the vehicle. The passenger was arrested on suspicion of a controlled substance, methamphetamine. The driver was arrested for driving on a suspended license.

Dec. 20

2700 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Crescenta, deputies responded to Izzy Cycles due to alarm activation. Deputies found a bicycle leaning against the wall in the back of the store. The rear door of the business had been damaged, as was the doorframe. There were no other bicycles missing.

The alarm was activated at 2:22 a.m.

Dec. 18

4300 block of Pennsylvania Avenue in La Crescenta, a resident reported that her mother-in-law was at home alone when she went to run errands. She returned home about 40 minutes later and did not notice anything out of place or missing. She left the house again a few hours. When she returned home her son discovered a window was damaged and the iron fence gate that is normally locked was open. She found nothing missing in her home.

The damage occurred between 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. or 3 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.

300 block of Georgian Road in La Cañada, a resident reported coming home and disarming the alarm system at her residence. She heard rustling in the study and thought it was her husband. She called out to him but no one answered. She went into the study and saw a man who turned and ran down the hallway and out of her sight. She then heard glass shatter.  The resident ran out of her home and called the sheriff’s station. Deputies discovered a windowpane had been smashed along one of the walls of the home. It appeared the suspect had gone through a medicine cabinet and the closet of the master bedroom. They also found a glass door window had been smashed. The deputy concluded that the suspect had attempted to enter the home via a bedroom window but was unsuccessful. He then apparently smashed the sliding glass door to gain entry. It appeared as he left the home he slammed the door shut causing the sound of glass shattering.

The incident occurred at 3 p.m.

Dec. 16

2500 block of Cross Street in La Crescenta, a 21-year-old La Crescenta man was arrested for allegedly making criminal threats after sheriff’s deputies responded to a call concerning a man allegedly threatening his sister with a knife. When the deputies arrived they found the sister on the curbside visibly upset and crying. She reportedly told the sheriff she and her brother got into an argument where she threatened to break his X-box. He then, allegedly, threatened to “slit her throat.” At that point she reported he went to the kitchen and got a knife. Her mother stepped between the two and told the brother to put the knife down.

Deputies found the knife that the brother had threatened the sister with and arrested him at 7:50 a.m.

2400 block of Carol Park Place in Montrose, deputies responded to a home concerning a residential burglary. When they arrived the homeowner reportedly told deputies that two men, described as Hispanic in their 20s, knocked on her door and were peering in her living room window. When she did not answer the door the suspects walked along to the other side of the house and one suspect cut the window screen, removed and partially opened the unlocked window. At that time the woman, who was now standing about eight feet away from the window, yelled at them to put the screen back on. Both suspects fled the area. The deputy broadcast the description of the suspects over the patrol unit radio. Another unit advised they had the two possible suspects detained at Rosemont Avenue, south of Orange Avenue. The resident however could not verify the suspects were those that were at her home and the deputies released them.

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