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Valencia Crime Report for the Week of 02/13/2017- 02/19/2017
02/13/2017 Monday

Petty Theft 25200 block of Via Valentia. An unknown suspect made entry into the victim’s unlocked car and stole several items from her vehicle.

Burglary (vehicle) 24400 block of Valencia Boulevard. An unknown suspect made entry into the victim’s locked vehicle and stole several items from inside.

Burglary (Garage) 24100 block of Del Monte Drive. An unknown suspect made entry into the victim’s garage and stole his cross country “Specialized” 26” bicycle.

Burglary (Vehicle) 24100 block of Del Monte Drive. An unknown suspect made entry into the victim’s locked car by unknown means and stole with the victim’s key fob.

Shoplifting -24400 block of Magic Mountain Parkway. A female suspect was arrested at the location for trying to exit the store without paying for items in her possession.

Burglary (Vehicle) 23200 block of Barnacle Lane. Two male suspects were arrested for breaking into a vehicle and stealing the victim’s iPad and iPhone. The items were tracked down by patrol deputies, located and returned to the victim.

02/14/2017 Tuesday

Petty Theft (vehicle) 24400 block of Valencia Boulevard. An unknown suspect entered the victim’s unlocked car and stole several of her personal items.

Petty Theft 24400 block of Valencia Boulevard. An unknown suspect stole a container box from the bed of the victim’s truck while it was parked in his assigned parking space.

Burglary (Vehicle) 24400 block of Valencia Boulevard. An unknown suspect made entry into the victims locked vehicle and stole his stock radio/cd player from his vehicle.

Theft from unlocked vehicle 24000 block of Bridgeport Lane. An unknown suspect made entry into the victim’s unlocked car and stole several items belonging to the victim.

02/15/2017 Wednesday

Burglary (Commercial) 25100 block of Anza Drive. Unknown suspect(s) entered several conex boxes at the location and stole high dollar custom fabricated spark machines.

Grand Theft Auto 24100 block of Newhall Ranch Road. An unknown suspect stole the victim’s 1990 Daih Rocky truck from the location.

Petty Theft (Unlocked vehicle) 24400 block of Valencia Boulevard. An unknown suspect entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and stole the victim’s insurance papers and his registration.

Burglary (Auto) 24200 block of Valencia Boulevard. Suspect(s) unknown entered the victim’s locked vehicle by unknown means and stole several personal items from inside his work van.

Theft by access card. Petty Theft 26500 block of Bouquet Canyon Road. While shopping at the location an unknown suspect stole the victim’s wallet from her purse. The suspect then used her cards to make purchases at a Target store.

Grand theft 24400 block of Town Center Drive. While the victim was working out at the location an unknown suspect stole items from the victim’s locker. The items were not secured inside the locker.

02/16/2017 Thursday

Burglary (Vehicle) 25563 Meadow Mont. Street. An unknown suspect made entry into the victim’s unlocked car and stole her purse which contained several personal items along with her cell phone.

Attempt Burglary 25900 block of Sandalia Drive. An unknown suspect attempted to gain entry into the victim’s garage by attempting to pry open his garage door. No entry was able to be made.

Attempt Robbery (Strong arm) 23900 block of Ranny House Court. The victim was riding his skateboard on the paseo on his way to school when he was confronted by the suspect. The suspect knocked the victim down and punched him in the face a few times before striking the concert with his fist and running away from the area.

02/18/2017 Saturday
Grand Theft Auto 24800 block of Magic Mountain Parkway. An unknown suspect stole the victim’s 2008 Ducati Motorcycle from the location.

Burglary (Residence) 27100 block of Teton Trail. Two suspects were arrested at the location for entering the victim’s residence and trying to leave the area with the victim’s cell phone.

02/19/2017 Sunday

Carjacking/Assault with a deadly weapon 27300 block of Tourney Road. The victim was exiting the parking lot near the location when he saw a driver crash into the curb and exit the vehicle yelling for help and saying call 911. The victim pulled over to render aid when he was confronted by the suspect holding a handgun at him. The suspect demanded the victim’s vehicle and fearing for his safely the victim gave up his car. The suspect along with a female entered the victim’s car and fled the location.

Tips to Prevent Thefts from Vehicles:

It’s easy to prevent being a victim of car related thefts: Most burglars will not break into a car if they can’t see what they’re getting – Don’t leave your valuables in plain sight! Steps to help prevent your contents from being stolen from your vehicle: When you park your car, remove cell phones, digital radios, cameras, wallets and purses. Do not leave gift wrapped packages or other valuable items lying on the seat. Lock all your valuables in the trunk or glove compartment before you reach your destination or take them inside with you when at your destination.

As always, please feel free to call me or email me.
Thank you, Deputy Brian Heischuber

baheisch@lasd.org
661-255-1121 EXT. 5164
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station
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