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The following Part 1 (violent or serious) crimes occurred within the patrol area of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station during the period indicated.

It should be noted that Santa Clarita’s increase in major crime during 2012 – up 12.2 percent year-over-year in the city and 3.3 percent in unincorporated SCV – coincides with the implementation of Assembly Bill 109, Gov. Jerry Brown’s prison realignment legislation, which granted early release to thousands of convicted criminals. Some media outlets have reported that AB 109 applies only to “low-level” offenders, but this is a misnomer. The list includes felony child abuse, assault and battery, DUI manslaughter, supplying children with heroin or meth, street gang recruiting, selling weapons to mental patients, threats against peace officers. Santa Clarita is receiving far more “early release” prisoners than the average; while the Santa Clarita Valley has only 0.6 percent of the state’s population, plans call for the SCV to receive 6 percent of the AB 109 prisoners.

Also, due to capacity limitations in Los Angeles County, jail inmates (convicts sentenced to 365 days or less) currently serve just 20 percent of their sentence.

In the list below, crimes are shown in chronological order (yyyy-mm-dd) with the most recent at top. Addresses are block numbers, not exact addresses. Some are in the city of Santa Clarita and others are in the unincorporated SCV. Communities in the Palmdale Station’s patrol area (Acton, Lake Elizabeth, etc.) are not included; nor are crimes that are handled by special downtown bureaus or crimes that occur at the Pitchess Detention Center or on Metrolink trains, which are handled by jail personnel and the Transit Services Bureau, respectively.

Data come from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. There is some date overlap from week to week due to the order in which the crimes are added to the LASD database. Some crimes may appear in more than one week’s listing, while others do not. Additional crimes from the most recent week will be included next week when they are added to the LASD database. SCVNews.com cannot attest to any errors or omissions.

 

2012-04-25 00:00:00, 050, ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, 24000 COPPERHILL DR, VALENCIA, 91354

 

2012-04-24 13:20:00, 146, ASSAULT, NON-AGGRAVATED: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, HELLER CIR & PLUM CANYON, SANTA CLARITA

 

2012-04-23 23:00:00, 146, ASSAULT, NON-AGGRAVATED: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, 31700 RIDGE ROUTE RD, CASTAIC, 91384

2012-04-23 20:30:00, 340, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Auto/Passenger Van Burglary, 25500 NOVELA WAY, VALENCIA, 91355

2012-04-23 15:00:00, 082, GRAND THEFT: Purse Snatch, 26100 MAGIC MOUNTAIN PKWY, VALENCIA, 91355

 

2012-04-21 21:00:00, 340, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Auto/Passenger Van Burglary, 26600 ISABELLA PKWY, CANYON COUNTRY, 91351

 

2012-04-20 23:59:00, 340, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Auto/Passenger Van Burglary, 27400 N RUSSELL LN, SANTA CLARITA

 

2012-04-19 00:00:00, 340, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Auto/Passenger Van Burglary, 25300 THE OLD ROAD, STEVENSON RANCH, 91381

 

2012-04-18 07:33:00, 093, GRAND THEFT VEHICLE (GTA): Truck, Motor Home, Cargo Van, 16400 W PALOMINO PL, CANYON COUNTRY

2012-04-18 21:30:00, 277, ARSON: Motor Vehicles (Autos, Trucks, Buses, M/C Etc), 24100 ARCH ST, NEWHALL, 91321

 

2012-04-17 07:00:00, 149, ASSAULT, NON-AGG: Child Assault, 27300 ROCK ROSE LN, CANYON COUNTRY, 91351

2012-04-17 23:00:00, 072, BURGLARY, OTHER STRUCTURE: Night, Entry No Force, 19800 SAND PIPER PL, SANTA CLARITA

2012-04-17 17:13:10, 091, GRAND THEFT VEHICLE (GTA): Automobile/Passenger Van, 15200 CALLE VERDAD, GREEN VALLEY

2012-04-17 16:30:00, 054, ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED: ADW – HANDS, FEET, FIST, ETC., 23500 WILEY CANYON RD, VALENCIA, 91355

 

2012-04-16 08:23:00, 091, GRAND THEFT VEHICLE (GTA): Automobile/Passenger Van, 14 FWY & NEWHALL AVE, NEWHALL

2012-04-16 09:30:00, 091, GRAND THEFT VEHICLE (GTA): Automobile/Passenger Van, 23400 MAGIC MOUNTAIN PKWY, VALENCIA

2012-04-16 12:30:00, 144, ASSAULT, NON-AGG: Hands, Feet, Fist, Etc., 19300 NADAL ST, CANYON CNTRY

2012-04-16 16:30:00, 340, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Auto/Passenger Van Burglary, 25600 PICO CANYON RD, STEVENSON RANCH

2012-04-16 13:00:00, 383, THEFT, PETTY: Shoplifting (From Dept Store, Mkt, Etc), 26400 CARLBOYER DR, SANTA CLARITA VALLEY

2012-04-16 14:00:00, 059, ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED: CHILD ASSAULT, 28000 ROBIN AVE, SAUGUS, 91350

2012-04-16 23:00:00, 389, THEFT, PETTY: Other (From Prvt Res, Boat, Plane, Yard), 26700 ISABELLA PKWY, CANYON COUNTRY, 91351

2012-04-16 20:56:35, 144, ASSAULT, NON-AGG: Hands, Feet, Fist, Etc., NO LOCATION GIVEN, SANTA CLARITA VALLEY

2012-04-16 22:30:00, 146, ASSAULT, NON-AGGRAVATED: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, 24800 NEWHALL AVE, NEWHALL, 91321

2012-04-16 22:30:00, 383, THEFT, PETTY: Shoplifting (From Dept Store, Mkt, Etc), SOLEDAD CANYON RD & VILNA ST, CANYON COUNTRY

 

2012-04-15 09:18:00, 146, ASSAULT, NON-AGGRAVATED: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, 23700 NEWHALL AVE, NEWHALL, 91321

2012-04-15 11:50:00, 279, ARSON: All Others, CARRANZA DR & LA MADRID, CANYON COUNTRY, 91351

2012-04-15 21:00:00, 383, THEFT, PETTY: Shoplifting (From Dept Store, Mkt, Etc), 24400 MAGIC MOUNTAIN PKWY, VALENCIA

2012-04-15 17:00:00, 097, GRAND THEFT VEHICLE (GTA): Other Veh (Snowmobile, Golf Cart, Etc), 25500 RYE CANYON RD, VALENCIA

2012-04-15 19:30:00, 386, THEFT, PETTY: Bicycles, 24300 NEWHALL AVE, NEWHALL, 91321

2012-04-15 21:00:00, 084, GRAND THEFT: From Unlocked Auto, 26800 TERRA VISTA CT, CANYON COUNTRY

2012-04-15 20:00:00, 342, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Truck/Cargo Van Burglary, 25800 MCBEAN PKWY, VALENCIA

2012-04-15 18:00:00, 342, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Truck/Cargo Van Burglary, HELLER CIR & LORITA LN, SAUGUS

2012-04-15 21:30:00, 340, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Auto/Passenger Van Burglary, 26800 BOUQUET CANYON, SAUGUS

 

2012-04-14 09:30:00, 075, BURGLARY, OTHER STRUCTURE: Day, Entry No Force, 27000 MCBEAN PKWY, VALENCIA, 91355

2012-04-14 17:25:00, 383, THEFT, PETTY: Shoplifting (From Dept Store, Mkt, Etc), 24200 VALENCIA BLVD, VALENCIA, 91355

2012-04-14 18:30:00, 144, ASSAULT, NON-AGG: Hands, Feet, Fist, Etc., 26900 THEATRE DR, VALENCIA, 91355

2012-04-14 17:45:00, 385, THEFT, PETTY: Auto Parts And Accessories, 27800 GLASSER AVE, CANYON COUNTRY

2012-04-14 18:00:00, 341, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Attempt Auto/Passenger Van Burglary, 23600 NEWHALL AVE, NEWHALL

2012-04-14 17:35:00, 093, GRAND THEFT VEHICLE (GTA): Truck, Motor Home, Cargo Van, 23800 ARROYO PARK DR, VALENCIA, 91355

2012-04-14 21:05:00, 383, THEFT, PETTY: Shoplifting (From Dept Store, Mkt, Etc), 26400 CARL BOYER DR, CANYON COUNTRY, 91351

 

2012-04-13 02:00:00, 043, ROBBERY, STRONG-ARM: Service Station, 24300 VALENCIA BLVD, VALENCIA, 91355

2012-04-13 03:00:00, 035, ROBBERY, WEAPON: Residence, 15675 POPPYSEED LN, CANYON COUNTRY, 91387

2012-04-13 00:00:00, 340, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Auto/Passenger Van Burglary, 24200 PINE ST, NEWHALL

2012-04-13 11:20:00, 383, THEFT, PETTY: Shoplifting (From Dept Store, Mkt, Etc), 19100 GOLDEN VALLEY RD, CANYON COUNTRY, 91351

2012-04-13 14:55:00, 383, THEFT, PETTY: Shoplifting (From Dept Store, Mkt, Etc), 26400 CARL BOYER DR, CANYON COUNTRY, 91351

2012-04-13 16:15:00, 045, ROBBERY, STRONG-ARM: Residence, 27500 HENRY MAYO DR, VALENCIA, 91355

2012-04-13 16:30:00, 342, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Truck/Cargo Van Burglary, 22400 THE OLD ROAD, SANTA CLARITA, 91381

2012-04-13 15:00:00, 342, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Truck/Cargo Van Burglary, RAINBOW GLEN & SIERRA HWY, NEWHALL

2012-04-13 14:40:00, 387, THEFT, PETTY: From Bldgs (Church, School, Restaurant), 21900 CENTURION WAY, SAUGUS

2012-04-13 15:38:00, 054, ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED: ADW – HANDS, FEET, FIST, ETC., 27600 BOUQUET CANYON RD, SAUGUS

2012-04-13 19:34:00, 383, THEFT, PETTY: Shoplifting (From Dept Store, Mkt, Etc), 24200 VALENCIA BLVD, VALENCIA

 

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