Valencia Crime Report – Week of September 19, 2016
The following crimes were reported during the week of September 19, 2016.
Assault With a Deadly Weapon/ Battery- Seco Canyon Road
A male victim was attacked by the suspect while hanging out in an apartment complex. The victim was beat up severely and had his front teeth knocked out. The suspect is known to the victim.
Shoplifting- 24400 block of Magic Mountain Parkway
A female suspect was arrested from the location for trying to leave the area without paying for items in her possession.
Robbery- 24200 block of Valencia Boulevard
A male suspect was arrested from the location for exiting the store with items he did not pay for. The suspect then fought with loss prevention personnel as he tried to flee the location. The suspect was arrested at the location once the deputies arrived.
Grand theft auto- 23400 block of Sarda Road
The victim had his 1989 Volvo 240 stolen from the location.
Grand Theft -23800 block of McBean Parkway
The female victim was admitted into the hospital for a medical issue. While in the hospital an unknown suspect stole the victim’s jewelry.
24400 block of Magic Mountain Parkway
A female suspect was arrested from the location for exiting the store with unpaid items in her possession.
Assault With a Deadly Weapon/ Hit and Run/ Reckless Driving- 27800 block of Dickason Drive
A male subject was arrested from the location for riding his motorcycle through a crowd and trying to hit people in the head with his helmet.
Petty Theft – 24425 Magic Mountain Parkway
A suspect was observed stealing items from the location. The known suspect has stolen from the location in the past.
Robbery Prevention Tips for Business Owners/Employees
Every business owner, manager and employee plays a part in making businesses safe. Here are some things you can do to help prevent robbery:
* Have at least two employees open and close the business.
* Do not release personal information to strangers.
* Keep purses and personal valuables locked in desks or lockers.
* Install a robbery alarm.
* Place a surveillance camera behind the cash register facing the front counter. Replace videotapes regularly.
* Vary times and routes of travel for bank deposits.
* Don’t use marked “moneybags” that make it obvious to would-be robbers you are carrying money for deposit.
* Keep a low balance in the cash register.
* Place excess money in a safe or deposit it as soon as possible.
* Cooperate with the robber for your own safety and the safety of others. Comply with a robber’s demands. Remain calm and think clearly. Make mental notes of the robber’s physical description and other observations important to law enforcement officers.
As always, please feel free to call me or email me.
Deputy Brian Heischuber
661-255-1121 EXT. 5164
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
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