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Stevenson Ranch/Westridge crime report: 100 gallons of cooking oil reported stolen

Posted: October 25, 2013 10:42 a.m.
Updated: October 25, 2013 10:42 a.m.

Community: Stevenson Ranch / Westridge, Zone 3, Public Safety and Crime Prevention Info. Snap Shot 10/14/2013 to 10/20/2013.

There were four reported part-one crimes between the above dates in Zone 3. Here are some details regarding some of the reported crimes:

A residential burglary was reported to have occurred on Tuesday, 10/15/2013 at approximately 3:25pm. This incident occurred on the 25900 Clifton Place, Stevenson Ranch. Santa Clarita Valley Deputies responded to the residence regarding a high end bicycle stolen from inside a garage, as the garage door was left open. Deputies immediately began an investigation and with the help of a witness, Santa Clarita Valley Deputies tracked one of three suspects to Pacoima. A 20 year old Hispanic male was arrested by Santa Clarita Valley deputies in Pacoima. He was transported back to Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station. Although one suspect is in custody, the investigation into this incident is still under investigation (ref -14153).

A petty theft from a vehicle was reported between 10/15/2013 and 10/16/2013. This incident occurred on the 24900 block of Constitution Avenue. A purse containing numerous prescription medications was reported stolen. There were no signs of forced entry into the vehicle (ref -14187).

A petty theft was reported from the Macaroni Grill located on The Old Road. 100 gallons of used cooking oil were reported stolen (ref -14236).

A petty theft was reported from the Denny’s Restaurant located on Chiquella Lane. 200 gallons of used cooking oil were reported stolen (ref -14238).

Here is a crime prevention tip –

Leaving items lying around your yard or in plain sight from the road can unwittingly lure thieves onto your property. If you have a bicycle that someone could easily walk away with, roll it inside or deep into your garage. After purchasing a new LCD television or other pricey electronic items, don't leave the box out beside the trash can or recycling bin. That lets everyone know you have something brand new. Open up your curtains, blinds or shades and walk around your house and see what's visible. You will be surprised.

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