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Valencia Crime Report: Week of October 31, 2016 – November 6, 2016
Valencia: Zone 5 – Public Safety and Crime Prevention Information
Week of October 31, 2016 – November 6, 2016
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station
Crime Prevention Unit

10/31/16
Attempt Vehicle Burglary: 27100 block of Sanford Way
An unknown suspect attempted to gain entry into the victim’s vehicle by checking the door handles. No entry was gained.

11/01/16
Grand Theft Auto: 24200 block of Valencia Boulevard
An unknown suspect stole the victim’s vehicle from a parking lot.

Burglary (Vehicle): 26080 block of Bouquet Canyon Road
An unknown suspect forced entry into the victim’s vehicle and stole an original BMW stereo. A suspect was located in the area and arrested for the indicated charge.

11/02/16
Petty Theft- 27100 block of Bouquet Canyon Road
An unknown suspect forced entry into the victim’s vehicle and stole her purse and passport.

Grand Theft Auto- 28800 block of Seco Canyon Road
An unknown suspect stole the victim’s vehicle from the indicated location.

Attempted Burglary -27300 block of Linden Avenue
An unknown suspect tried to force entry into the victim’s garage. The suspect was possibly scared off by the victim’s house alarm.

Burglary (Shoplifting)- 24400 block of Magic Mountain Parkway
A male suspect was arrested from the location for trying to exit the store with items he had concealed on his person.

Petty Theft
24200 block of Valencia Boulevard. An unknown male and a female suspect walked into the store and headed straight to an iPhone 7 display. Minutes later, the suspects exited the store and the iPhone was missing.

Grand Theft-26400 block of Rockwell Canyon Road
While at the location, an unknown suspect stole the victim’s laptop while the victim was eating at the location.

Grand Theft- 26400 block of McBean Parkway
Five (5) suspects entered the location and stole several hundred dollars worth of merchandise from the location. The suspects selected numberous items and exited the store without making an attempt to pay for the items.

11/03/16
Theft from Vehicle- 23200 block of Via Ladera.
An unknown suspect made entry into the victim’s vehicle and stole a pair of shoes.

Petty Theft- 24200 block of Valencia Boulevard
Two (2) female suspects walked into the location, stole several items,and exited the store without making any attempt to pay for the items.

11/04/16
Burglary (Vehicle)- 26100 block of McBean Parkway
An unknown suspect smashed the victim’s vehicle window and stole her purse from her car. The victim left her purse on the passenger seat.

Petty Theft – 24400 block of Magic Mountain Parkway
Suspect arrested from the location for trying to exit the store without paying for items.

Burglary- 24100 block of Newhall Ranch Road
An unknown suspect smashed the victim’s vehicle window and stole a purse and key ring.

Burglary (Residential)- 25200 block of Avenida Rotella
An unknown suspect walked into the victim’s open garage and stole his mountain bike. The suspect left his black BMX bike in the garage and stole the victim’s mountain bike.

11/05/16
Grand Theft Auto- 23800 block of Gavea Circle
A male suspect was arrested from the indicated location for being in possession of a stolen vehicle and numerous other items. The suspect was also in possession of known stolen property and drug paraphernalia.

Burglary (Vehicle) – 26100 block of McBean Parkway
An unknown suspect forced entry into the victim’s vehicle and stole the victim’s wallet which was in her center console.

11/06/16
Burglary (Vehicle)- 27900 block of Kelly Johnson Parkway
An unknown suspect made entry into the victim’s vehicle and stole her wallet. No signs of forced entry were seen on her vehicle.

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VINE is an automated computer program offered for domestic violence crime victims in Los Angeles and Los Angeles County. The purpose of the VINE program is to provide victims of crime continuous access concerning an inmate’s custody status. By calling the VINE number, a victim can determine the custody status of the offender and register to be notified of the release or transfer of the specific inmate.
How does a victim register to be notified?
Victims may register themselves for notification using a touch-tone telephone. After dialing the VINE number, follow the instructions given by the system. You will be asked to give a telephone number and a four-digit PIN number. If you do not have a telephone you may use the telephone number of a relative of friend. Do not use a telephone number that reaches a switchboard.
How will VINE notify a victim?
The VINE system monitors inmate activity in the Los Angeles County Jail System. When an inmate is transferred or released, VINE will automatically react to contact the properly registered victims. Do not be startled if you receive a call from VINE in the middle of the night. VINE will begin calling as soon as new information regarding an inmate is received.
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Thank you,
Deputy Brian Heischuber
baheisch@lasd.org
661-255-1121 EXT. 5164

Sent by: Shirley Miller, Public Information Officer
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station
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