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Santa Clarita Valley Crime Watch

On unlocked cars and lifted wallets, computers

Posted: August 6, 2013 5:32 p.m.
Updated: August 6, 2013 5:32 p.m.
 

July 26
Grand theft
Nadal Street, Canyon Country
Between 6:30 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. July 26, thieves unlocked a 2007 white Ford Explorer parked at Canyon High School and took a $100 computer bag which contained a $1,500 laptop computer and a $700 iPad. The victim stated he did not lock his vehicle, the Sheriff’s Department report said. School staff reportedly advised him there is no video surveillance in the parking lot where he was parked.

July 27
Vandalism
Dana Court, Canyon Country
Between 10 p.m. July 27 and 8 a.m. July 28, a 61-year-old man called sheriff’s deputies to report “persons unknown” cut his flowers, deputies wrote in a report. “He had just planted the flowers in the front of his house. When he checked on then this morning they were cut,” the deputies wrote. The victim told deputies he has never seen anyone around his yard during the night and believes “it could be one of his neighbors because they don’t like him.”

July 26
Grand theft
Nadal Street, Canyon Country
Between 6:30 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. July 26, thieves unlocked a 2007 white Ford Explorer parked at Canyon High School and took a $100 computer bag which contained a $1,500 laptop computer and a $700 iPad. The victim stated he did not lock his vehicle, the Sheriff’s Department report said. School staff reportedly advised him there is no video surveillance in the parking lot where he was parked.

July 27
Vandalism
Dana Court, Canyon Country
Between 10 p.m. July 27 and 8 a.m. July 28, a 61-year-old man called sheriff’s deputies to report “persons unknown” cut his flowers, deputies wrote in a report. “He had just planted the flowers in the front of his house. When he checked on then this morning they were cut,” the deputies wrote. The victim told deputies he has never seen anyone around his yard during the night and believes “it could be one of his neighbors because they don’t like him.”

July 28
Petty theft
Copper Hill Drive, Valencia
Between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. July 28, thieves entered an unlocked car and stole a man’s wallet, deputies wrote. “He stated at the end of his work day he went to his vehicle and saw that he left his windows down and then found his wallet missing from the center console,” deputies wrote. The wallet was valued at $15 and contained a California driver’s license and Social Security card, they wrote. “There was no fraudulent activity on his cards when he canceled them,” they wrote.

July 29
Public intoxication
Via Princessa, Canyon Country
At 9:15 p.m., deputies responded to a call about a woman reportedly screaming at vehicles. “When I contacted the suspect, she quickly sat down on a bus stop bench. She told me she was waiting for a bus to take her home,” a deputy wrote in the report. “She then stated that she had visited her friend here in Palmdale. When I told he she was in Santa Clarita, she stated ‘oh.’” The woman displayed signs of intoxication and was arrested and taken to the Sheriff’s Station. There she became uncooperative, they wrote, and refused to sign her booking papers.

July 29
Burglary (vehicle)
Valancia Boulevard, Valencia
Between 4:50 p.m. and 11:20 p.m. July 29, thieves broke into a locked 2007 four-door gray Ford Focus and stole a pair of sunglasses, deputies wrote in their report. A 19-year-old Valencia woman reported the incident to sheriff’s deputies, and there was an indication of forced entry. Stolen was a pair of black Rayban glasses valued at $170.

July 30
Burglary (vehicle)
Vandalism
Hunstock Street, Val Verde
Between 9:30 p.m. July 30 and 8 a.m. July 31, thieves broke into a locked 2007 Toyota Prius and stole a garage door opener, deputies wrote in their log. Thieves damaged the right passenger side view mirror, causing $53 in damage, but they found no signs of forced entry, they wrote.

All information is compiled from reports at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station gathered Monday. To report a crime, call 661-255-1121. To report a tip anonymously, call 800-222-8477.


Petty theft
Copper Hill Drive, Valencia
Between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. July 28, thieves entered an unlocked car and stole a man’s wallet, deputies wrote. “He stated at the end of his work day he went to his vehicle and saw that he left his windows down and then found his wallet missing from the center console,” deputies wrote. The wallet was valued at $15 and contained a California driver’s license and Social Security card, they wrote. “There was no fraudulent activity on his cards when he canceled them,” they wrote.

July 29
Public intoxication
Via Princessa, Canyon Country
At 9:15 p.m., deputies responded to a call about a woman reportedly screaming at vehicles. “When I contacted the suspect, she quickly sat down on a bus stop bench. She told me she was waiting for a bus to take her home,” a deputy wrote in the report. “She then stated that she had visited her friend here in Palmdale. When I told he she was in Santa Clarita, she stated ‘oh.’” The woman displayed signs of intoxication and was arrested and taken to the Sheriff’s Station. There she became uncooperative, they wrote, and refused to sign her booking papers.

July 29
Burglary (vehicle)
Valancia Boulevard, Valencia
Between 4:50 p.m. and 11:20 p.m. July 29, thieves broke into a locked 2007 four-door gray Ford Focus and stole a pair of sunglasses, deputies wrote in their report. A 19-year-old Valencia woman reported the incident to sheriff’s deputies, and there was an indication of forced entry. Stolen was a pair of black Rayban glasses valued at $170.

July 30
Burglary (vehicle)
Vandalism
Hunstock Street, Val Verde
Between 9:30 p.m. July 30 and 8 a.m. July 31, thieves broke into a locked 2007 Toyota Prius and stole a garage door opener, deputies wrote in their log. Thieves damaged the right passenger side view mirror, causing $53 in damage, but they found no signs of forced entry, they wrote.

All information is compiled from reports at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station gathered Monday. To report a crime, call 661-255-1121. To report a tip anonymously, call 800-222-8477.

 

 

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