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BetsyShackelford_zone6Newhall Crime Report for the week of 10/03/16 to 10/09/16

 

 

10/03/16

Commercial Burglary – 25000 Newhall Ave.

Person(s) unknown forced entry into the student store and stole numerous food items.

Grand Theft – 20500 Newhall Ave.

Person(s) unknown stole the victim’s locked vehicle (2002 Ford F350, pick-up, white in color) while parked at the location.

Vehicle Burglary – 23600 Newhall Ave.

Person(s) unknown entered the victim’s locked vehicle and stole items while parked inside the parking structure of the apartment complex.

 

10/05/16

Commercial Burglary – 24800 Newhall Ave.

Two male suspects entered the school campus and forced entry into the snack bar by removing screws from the metal window. Two cases of “Gatorade, one case of water and an over the shoulder bag (n.f.d.) were stolen. The incident was captured on “CCTV” video surveillance.

Attempted Burglary – 24800 Railroad Ave.

Person(s) unknown “punched” the driver’s side door of the victim’s vehicle, but were unsuccessful in gaining entry, and attempted to pry open the victim’s trunk with an unknown tool while parked in the rear of the location.

 

Haunted Jailhouse & Community Open House

Come join us for a classic horror event at the Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Station on Sunday, October 30th, 2016 at 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

Many children and their parents enjoy the Haunted Jailhouse every year, which is decorated by the SCV Boys and Girls Clubs.

One of the favorite events from years past, the “Dunk-A-Deputy Booth,” which provides attendees a chance at dunking the station commander and other local deputies, is being repeated this year.

There will also be music and food from local artisans and various games, hosted by nonprofit organizations in the Santa Clarita Valley. There will also be stage entertainment, including presentations from several dance studios and a magician.

A $2.00 donation to the SCV Boys and Girls Club is requested at the entry gate, which will include a ticket to the Haunted Jailhouse.

Along with a petting zoo and displays from the Sheriff’s Department, this year’s event boasts a costume contest with trophies to be awarded broken out by age group.

Children under 2 will be judged at 12:30 pm, Ages 2 to 4 at 1:00 pm, Ages 5 to 7 at 1:30 pm, Ages 8 to 10 at 2:00 pm, Ages 11 to 12 at 2:30 pm and Ages 13 to adult at 3:00 pm

 

Deputy Betsy Shackelford

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station

Crime Prevention Unit- Newhall (Zone 6)

Station: (661) 255-1121 Ext. 4283 Fax: (661) 253-0124

Email: bsshacke@lasd.org

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  1. Eric Baker Eric Baker says:

    Haven’t seen any crime report in the signal for a long time. I figured SCV no longer had any crime what so ever… We became perfect!

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