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Saugus crime report: $1,000 steel cage stolen

Posted: March 27, 2013 2:17 p.m.
Updated: March 27, 2013 2:17 p.m.

This week we only had four reported Part-1 crimes in the Saugus area. There was an assault on a Peace Officer on Saturday, 03/23/13. The suspect attacked deputies while she was being detained for a petty theft. Deputies were able to take the suspect into custody.

There was an attempt commercial burglary at the 26500 block of Bouquet Canyon Road early Sunday morning, 03/24/13. It was discovered that suspect(s) unknown attempted to gain entry into the business through the outside trash compactor. The suspect(s) were unsuccessful. Detectives are working on this case.

There was a theft from an unlocked vehicle from a park located along the 27100 block of Bouquet Canyon Road on Tuesday, 03/19/13, between 4:00 PM. and 4:30 PM. The victim had her high end headphones stolen off her back seat when she left if unlocked. Please remember to take any items of value with you or secure them in the trunk of your vehicle when leaving it unattended.

There was a grand theft at the 28410 block of Haskell Canyon Road between Saturday, 03/14/13 and Monday, 03/16/13. There was steel cage stolen which covers the backflow valve at the location. The cage is valued at over $1000. There have been multiple cages and backflow valves stolen all over the valley over the past year. If you see anyone tampering with these cages or valves please contact the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station at 661-255-1121 to report the incident.

There was a great arrest on Tuesday, 03/18/13, where deputies arrested a male for indecent exposure. The incident occurred near Santa Clarita Elementary School at approximately 1:50 PM. The victim walked by a vehicle, parked near the school, and witnessed a male exposing himself. By the time she was able to report the incident the suspect was gone. After checking multiple locations the suspect was found and ultimately arrested for indecent exposure and child endangerment.

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