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The following Part 1 (violent or serious) crimes occurred within the patrol area of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station during the period indicated.

Crimes are listed in chronological order (yyyy-mm-dd) with the most recent at top. Addresses are block numbers, not exact addresses. Some are in the city of Santa Clarita and others are in the unincorporated SCV. Communities in the Palmdale Station’s patrol area (Acton, Lake Elizabeth, etc.) are not included; nor are crimes that are handled by special downtown bureaus or crimes that occur at the Pitchess Detention Center or on Metrolink trains, which are handled by jail personnel and the Transit Services Bureau, respectively.

Data come from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. There is some date overlap from week to week due to the order in which the crimes are added to the LASD database. Some crimes may appear in more than one week’s listing, while others do not. SCVNews.com cannot attest to any errors or omissions.

 

2012-03-20 23:15:00, 062, BURGLARY, RESIDENCE: Night, Entry No Force, 18000 ANNES CIR, CANYON COUNTRY, 91351

2012-03-20 20:30:00, 047, ROBBERY, STRONG-ARM: Other, IRONSTONE DR & NUGGET DR, CANYON COUNTRY, 91351

2012-03-20 10:14:00, 075, BURGLARY, OTHER STRUCTURE: Day, Entry No Force, 23900 VALENCIA BLVD, VALENCIA, 91355

2012-03-20 00:01:00, 340, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Auto/Passenger Van Burglary, 27300 N EVI LN, CANYON COUNTRY

 

2012-03-19 18:00:00, 072, BURGLARY, OTHER STRUCTURE: Night, Entry No Force, 28000 WHITES CANYON RD, CANYON COUNTRY, 91351

2012-03-19 17:37:00, 042, ROBBERY, STRONG-ARM: Store, Business, Hotel, Motel, Etc., 27900 SECO CANYON RD, SANTA CLARITA, 91350

 

2012-03-17 13:30:00, 383, THEFT, PETTY: Shoplifting (From Dept Store, Mkt, Etc), 26400 MCBEAN PKWY, VALENCIA, 91355

 

2012-03-16 21:00:00, 340, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Auto/Passenger Van Burglary, 22700 DERBY PL, SAUGUS, 91350

2012-03-16 20:00:00, 146, ASSAULT, NON-AGGRAVATED: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, 22300 ESPUELLA DR, SAUGUS

2012-03-16 20:00:00, 340, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Auto/Passenger Van Burglary, 24200 MAIN ST, NEWHALL, 91321

2012-03-16 15:45:00, 097, GRAND THEFT VEHICLE (GTA): Other Veh (Snowmobile, Golf Cart, Etc), 24200 W TREVINO, VALENCIA, 91355

2012-03-16 09:00:00, 387, THEFT, PETTY: From Bldgs (Church, School, Restaurant), 23700 VALENCIA BLVD, VALENCIA, 91355

2012-03-16 04:45:00, 089, GRAND THEFT: Other (From Boat, Plane, Prvt Res, Yard, Etc), 24800 ANZA DR, VALENCIA

2012-03-16 04:23:00, 342, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Truck/Cargo Van Burglary, 19600 LONE ROCK ST, CANYON COUNTRY

 

2012-03-15 23:00:00, 078, BURGLARY, OTHER STRUCTURE: Unknown, Entry No Force, 27400 AVENUE SCOTT, VALENCIA, 91355

2012-03-15 21:05:00, 146, ASSAULT, NON-AGGRAVATED: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, 23700 SILVERADO, NEWHALL

2012-03-15 20:00:00, 144, ASSAULT, NON-AGG: Hands, Feet, Fist, Etc., 22500 MARKET ST, NEWHALL

2012-03-15 18:30:00, 389, THEFT, PETTY: Other (From Prvt Res, Boat, Plane, Yard), 18400 JAKES WAY, CANYON COUNTRY, 91387

2012-03-15 14:45:00, 076, BURGLARY, OTHER STRUCTURE: Day, Attempt, 19400 SOLEDAD CANYON RD, CANYON COUNTRY, 91351

2012-03-15 09:00:00, 068, BURGLARY, RESIDENCE: Unknown, Entry No Force, 23700 CAMERON CT, VALENCIA, 91355

 

2012-03-14 18:27:00, 085, GRAND THEFT: Auto Parts And Accessories, 26000 BOUQUET CANYON RD, SAUGUS

2012-03-14 13:00:00, 144, ASSAULT, NON-AGG: Hands, Feet, Fist, Etc., 23300 LYONS AVE, NEWHALL, 91321

2012-03-14 11:00:00, 085, GRAND THEFT: Auto Parts And Accessories, 26400 ROCKWELL CANYON, VALENCIA, 91355

2012-03-14 09:00:00, 146, ASSAULT, NON-AGGRAVATED: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, 28000 WHITES CANYON RD, CANYON COUNTRY

2012-03-14 08:00:00, 389, THEFT, PETTY: Other (From Prvt Res, Boat, Plane, Yard), 28200 NEWHALL RANCH RD, VALENCIA

2012-03-14 07:00:00, 065, BURGLARY, RESIDENCE: Day, Entry No Force, 23900 CAPISTRANO CT, VALENCIA, 91355

2012-03-14 00:15:00, 073, BURGLARY, OTHER STRUCTURE: Night, Attempt, 17800 W DANIELSON ST, CANYON COUNTRY, 91387

 

2012-03-13 23:00:00, 340, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Auto/Passenger Van Burglary, GORMAN RD, GORMAN

2012-03-13 22:00:00, 340, VEHICLE BURGLARY: Auto/Passenger Van Burglary, 30300 MALLORCA PL, CASTAIC, 91384

2012-03-13 19:00:00, 089, GRAND THEFT: Other (From Boat, Plane, Prvt Res, Yard, Etc), 27300 ROCK ROSE LN, CANYON COUNTRY, 91387

2012-03-13 18:00:00, 091, GRAND THEFT VEHICLE (GTA): Automobile/Passenger Van, 31700 RIDGE ROUTE RD, CASTAIC, 91384

2012-03-13 16:15:00, 389, THEFT, PETTY: Other (From Prvt Res, Boat, Plane, Yard), 18600 SOLEDAD CANYON RD, CANYON COUNTRY, 91387

2012-03-13 15:25:00, 053, ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED: ADW – OTHER DANGEROUS WEAPON, 28100 ROYAL RD, CASTAIC

2012-03-13 06:55:00, 387, THEFT, PETTY: From Bldgs (Church, School, Restaurant), 21900 CENTURION WAY, SAUGUS, 91350

2012-03-13 02:01:00, 054, ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED: ADW – HANDS, FEET, FIST, ETC., 28100 ROYAL ROAD, CASTAIC

 

2012-03-12 16:39:00, 144, ASSAULT, NON-AGG: Hands, Feet, Fist, Etc., 27300 FAHREN CT, CANYON COUNTRY

2012-03-12 15:00:00, 389, THEFT, PETTY: Other (From Prvt Res, Boat, Plane, Yard), 19100 GOLDEN VALLEY RD, CANYON COUNTRY, 91351

2012-03-12 13:30:00, 083, GRAND THEFT: Shoplifting (From Dept Store, Mkt Gas Sta), 25400 THE OLD ROAD, STEVENSON RANCH

2012-03-12 11:00:00, 084, GRAND THEFT: From Unlocked Auto, 25200 RUNNING HORSE RD, NEWHALL

2012-03-12 08:10:00, 144, ASSAULT, NON-AGG: Hands, Feet, Fist, Etc., 20600 SOLEDAD CANYON RD, CANYON COUNTRY

2012-03-12 07:30:00, 064, BURGLARY, RESIDENCE: Day, Entry By Force, 28200 FOX LANE DR, CANYON COUNTRY

2012-03-12 03:08:00, 071, BURGLARY, OTHER STRUCTURE: Night, Entry By Force, 19300 GOLDEN VALLEY RD, CANYON COUNTRY, 91387

2012-03-12 02:13:00, 091, GRAND THEFT VEHICLE (GTA): Automobile/Passenger Van, 24200 VALENCIA BLVD, VALENCIA

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