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Newhall Crime Report: Deputies respond to property crimes

Posted: May 13, 2013 5:23 p.m.
Updated: May 13, 2013 5:23 p.m.

This week Newhall (Zone 6) had eight part one crimes reported. Two shoplifting incidents, three petty thefts, one assault, one commercial burglary, and one stolen vehicle.

On Monday, 05/06/13 at approximately 2:00pm a shoplifting incident was reported from the “CVS” located on the 24800 block of Orchard Village Road. 30 packages of assorted women’s makeup were reportedly stolen (ref -06270).

A petty theft was reported from the “Kentucky Fried Chicken” located on the 23300 block of Lyons Avenue. This incident reportedly occurred on Monday, 05/06/13 at 11:45am. The victim left her purse inside the location. When the victim returned to recover her purse, she discovered that items had been stolen from inside the purse (ref -06273).

A 2006 Mercedes E350 was reported stolen from the 23500 block of Canerwell Street (ref -06456).

An 18 year old male was arrested for allegedly stealing “Jack Daniels” from Vons located on the 24100 block of Lyons Avenue. The man was booked at Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station (ref -06530).

An assault was reported on Sunday, 05/05/13 at approximately 12:30am. This incident reportedly took place on the 23900 block of Newhall Avenue. The victim reported that he was beaten up by two males. The suspects (both black males between 20 and 25 years old) fled the area. The investigation is on-going (ref -06304).

Remember: It’s hot outside. Hot Oven, Hot Car. It's the Same Thing...Leaving an animal in a hot car is a crime.

“Everyone should remember to take special care of themselves, children, the elderly, and their pets. When temperatures are high, prolonged sun exposure may cause dehydration, heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke,” said Jonathan E. Fielding, MD, MPH, Director of Public Health and Health Officer. “Never leave children, elderly people, or pets unattended in vehicles, even with the windows ‘cracked’ or open, as temperatures inside can quickly rise to life-threatening levels.”

Deputy Joshua Dubin
661-255-1121 EXT. 4411
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station


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