4600 block of Palm Drive in La Cañada, a woman received a notification from her alarm company that the alarm had been activated. At first she thought it was an accident because she believed she had left her patio door unlocked. When she returned home she found she had locked the door and there were pry marks on her back door.
The attempted burglary occurred between 7 a.m. and 2:38 p.m.
500 block of Ocean View Boulevard in La Cañada, a 25-year-old Van Nuys man and 19-year-old Los Angeles woman were arrested after deputies found them in possession of apparent stolen items. The deputy was responding to a call concerning a vehicle with the interior light on. As the deputy drove toward the location of the car he noticed a vehicle with a person in the driver’s seat. The driver, later identified as the Van Nuys man, acted suspiciously as the patrol vehicle drove past. The deputy found the car at the location. There was a blue walking pole and other camping equipment on the ground next to the car and the rear window was shattered. The deputy drove back to the suspicious vehicle. When the driver saw the patrol unit he drove into a driveway, the deputy conducted a traffic stop and was joined by another deputy.
The deputy reported seeing a blue pole, the same as the one that was found on the street next to the vandalized vehicle. A search of the suspect’s vehicle was done and camping gear was found in the back seat along with holiday decorations, mail not belonging to the suspects and other items not belonging to the suspects. Marijuana and prescription drugs, were also found not belonging to the suspects.
The man and woman were arrested at 2:10 a.m.
4400 block of Oak Grove Drive in La Cañada, someone broke into the La Cañada High School staff lounge and stole a big screen television and cash from the vending machine. The surveillance footage showed a white Ford, newer model, pickup truck with an extra cab and possible chrome rims and with a toolbox, enter the high school’s parking lot. A suspect got out of the truck and entered the campus. The second suspect drove to the other end of the parking lot as the first suspect ran to the truck to retrieve what looked like tools.
In an attempt to turn around the second suspect driving the truck apparently collided with a light post. Later, the first suspect was seen placing the television into the truck, the suspect got into the vehicle and it drove away from the location.
The incident occurred between 2:50 a.m. and 5:18 a.m.
500 block of Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada, a 55-year-old La Cañada woman was arrested for taking items from a grocery store without attempting to pay at 1:45 p.m.
5000 block of Westslope Lane in La Cañada, the interior of a vehicle was ransacked and a tool kit was stolen over the weekend.