Community: Valencia Crime Report 09/05/16 – 09/11/16
Burglary -27700 block of McBean Parkway: An unknown suspect smashed the front door to the location and entered, stealing a bottle of liquor.
Burglary (Vehicle) – 27700 block of The Old Road: An unknown suspect made entry into the victim’s vehicle and stole the third row seat.
Burglary (Vehicle) – 28500 block of Westinghouse Place: An unknown suspect entered the victim’s vehicle and stole the third row seat from his 2015 GMC Yukon.
Burglary (Shoplifting) -27900 block of Kelly Johnson Parkway: A male suspect was arrested from the location for shoplifting and trespassing.
Burglary (Vehicle) -25300 block of Magic Mountain Parkway: An unknown suspect smashed the rear window of the victim’s vehicle and stole a medical bag.
Petty Theft -25700 block of Miguel Court: While the victim went inside location to visit a friend, an unknown suspect stole his bike from the porch.
Petty Theft – 23500 block of Via Amado: An unknown suspect made entry into the victim’s unlocked car and stole U.S. Currency.
09/08/16 -Grand Theft Auto – 24900 block of Wiley Canyon Road: An unknown suspect stole the victims 2008 Ford F250 pick-up truck.
Grand Theft Auto- 25900 block of Tournament Road: An unknown suspect stole the victim’s 2014 Ford Escape.
Vehicle Burglary-Magic Mountain Parkway cross of Fairway Drive: An unknown suspect forced entry into the victims moving truck and stole several electronic items from inside the truck.
Burglary -23800 block of McBean Parkway: An unknown suspect made entry into the victim’s vehicle and stole a wallet.
09/10/2016- Grand Theft Auto 27700 block of McBean Parkway. The victim had his 2001 Honda Civic stolen from the location.
Petty Theft -23200 block of Valencia Boulevard: Suspect selected a tent and exited the store without making any attempt to pay for the item.
Talking with Kids About Drugs
Don’t put off talking to your children about alcohol and other drugs. As early as fourth grade, kids worry about pressures to try drugs. School programs alone aren’t enough. Parents must become involved, but most parents aren’t sure how to tell their children about drugs. Open communication is one of the most effective tools you can use in helping your child avoid drug use. Talking freely and really listening show children that they mean a great deal to you.
What do you say?
* Tell them that you love them and you want them to be healthy and happy.
* Say you do not find alcohol and other illegal drugs acceptable.
* Many parents never state this simple principle. Explain how this use hurts people. Physical harm – for example, AIDS, slowed growth, impaired coordination, accidents. Emotional harm – sense of not belonging, isolation, paranoia. Educational harm – difficulties remembering and paying attention.
* Discuss the legal issues. A conviction for a drug offense can lead to time in prison or cost someone a job, driver’s license, or college loan.
* Talk about positive, drug-free alternatives, and how you can explore them together. Some ideas include sports, reading, movies, bike rides, hikes, camping, cooking, games, and concerts. Involve your kids’ friends.
As always, please feel free to call me or email me.
Deputy Brian Heischuber
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Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station\
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