May 4

2700 block of Pinelawn Drive in La Crescenta, a resident reported that as she was walking across her living room she saw a man she did not recognize walk up to the glass door in the rear of her home and peer into the residence. The suspect made eye contact with the resident and immediately fled from the home. The suspect is described as a white or possibly Armenian man in his late 20s with brown hair, brown eyes about 5’10″ tall weighing between 160 to 170 pounds. At the time he was wearing a blue hooded sweater, light colored shirt and dark brown pants. The incident occurred at 9:45 a.m.

May 1

Adams Street and Lexington Drive in Glendale, a Glendale police officer observed a woman as she approached the passenger side window of a vehicle that was parked in the red zone at the location.  He allegedly observed the woman hand an object to a man who was sitting inside the vehicle. The officer approached the pair and discovered the man to be in possession of a loaded semi-automatic gun, which he reportedly concealed in his rear pocket.  Text messages on the woman’s phone revealed she appeared to be engaged in prostitution at a nearby residence and the man was allegedly being compensated for providing security for the woman. The woman, 26, of Lancaster was arrested on a charge of loitering for the purpose of prostitution. The man, 32, also of Lancaster was arrested for pimping and as a felon in possession of a firearm.

April 30

500 block of Godbey Drive in La Cañada, a Valencia man was arrested for possession of metal knuckles, possession of drug paraphernalia and suspicion of possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) after a routine traffic stop at 2 a.m.

April 29

2200 block of Daisy Lane in La Cañada, a resident contacted a plumbing supply store to inquire on the delivery of items he had previously ordered. He was informed the package containing the items was delivered to his home on April 28 however he did not receive them. The package was taken between 1p.m. on April 28 and 2:28 p.m. on April 29.

3100 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Crescenta, a robbery occurred when a man entered CNY Massage, pointed a gun at an employee and demanded money and the employee’s cellphone. The suspect reportedly forcibly grabbed the phone from the employee’s hands. She screamed which apparently startled the suspect who dropped the phone and fled the store. The suspect was described as a Hispanic male between 20 to 30 years old, 5’8″ tall and weighing 120 pounds. The robbery occurred at 9:37 p.m.

800 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada, two iPhones and three Galaxy cellphones were stolen from the AT&T store. An employee reported that as he was assisting a customer he heard several anti-theft alarms activate from a display behind him. He turned and reportedly saw a man pull two iPhones from their security cords that had been anchoring them to a display shelf. The man ran to the front door of the business where the employee was standing. The employee noticed another man run toward the front entrance from the Samsung Galaxy cellphone display. The employee attempted to stop the men but was unsuccessful. The suspects fled the area. Both suspects were described as 18-year-old black males, about 6’ tall, weighing 155 pounds.  The theft occurred at 8:28 p.m.

April 25

5600 block of Canyonside Road in La Crescenta, a rear windshield was smashed between April 23 and 25.

4400 block of Indiana Avenue in La Crescenta, two mountain bikes, a laptop computer, camera and other equipment were stolen from the backyard and interior of a residence between 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

3000 block of Markridge Road in La Crescenta, personal information, three pair of sunglasses, cash and other items were stolen from a locked vehicle overnight.

April 23

5400 block of Burning Tree Drive in La Cañada, the sliding glass door was shattered and cash was stolen from a locked residence between 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

Prospect and Ramsdell avenues in La Crescenta, a student reported that someone had “keyed” his vehicle while it was parked at the location. The student parked his vehicle at the location before the start of school and when he returned at lunch he discovered several long scratches on the trunk, passenger door and right rear quarter panel of the vehicle. There was also a one-inch tear in the lower plastic rear window of the vehicle. The vandalism occurred between 7:45 a.m. and 1 p.m.

April 22

Ramsdell and Prospect avenues in La Crescenta, a resident parked his vehicle at the location and went to a soccer game at Crescenta Valley High School. When he returned to his vehicle he discovered two horizontal lines scratched into the rear passenger’s side door. There were two other scratches on the vehicle one in the shape of an “X” and the other in the shape of an “S.” A witness reported seeing two students damaging the vehicle. The incident occurred between 6:20 a.m. and 1 p.m.

4100 block of Dover Road in La Cañada, jewelry was stolen from a home, several rooms were ransacked and there were pry marks discovered on the lower portion of the front door of the residence between April 22 and 24.


April 20

2700 block of Alabama Street in La Crescenta, a case containing a computer monitor and a radio case containing a radio receiver and transmitter was stolen from an unlocked vehicle overnight.

April 18

2900 block of Frances Avenue in La Crescenta, two bicycles were stolen from an open garage at a home between the hours of 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.

April 17

4700 block of Rosemont Avenue in La Crescenta, a window on a classroom door at Rosemont Middle School was broken with a rock. The LASD School Resource Officer was contacted and surveillance video was reviewed. The video footage showed three male juveniles on school campus. The first boy picked up a rock from the ground and stared into the window. The two other boys backed away and the first boy struck and broke the window. The boys did not gain access into the room and ran away. The incident occurred at 8:05 p.m.