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Snapshot for 01-27-2014 to 02-02-2014
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station Crime Prevention Unit

 

(1) Homicide, (2) Residential Burglaries, (2) Commercial Burglaries, (2) Burglaries to a Vehicle, (4) Petty Thefts, (2) Shopliftings.

A criminal homicide occurred at the intersection of Soledad Canyon Road and Shangri La Drive. A male suspect wielding a metal spear was shot and killed after he attempted to attack Deputies on scene. This incident is currently under investigation by Los Angeles County Homicide Detectives.

A petty theft occurred near the 26800 block of Claudette Street. An unknown suspect removed a catalytic converter from a vehicle parked near the area. This incident is currently under investigation by Santa Clarita Station Detectives.

As always, please call me if you have any questions.

 

Deputy Jonathan Wilson

jrwilson@lasd.org

661-255-1121 EXT. 5159

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

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17 Comments

  1. Eric Baker Eric Baker says:

    The SS with badges are the real killers and thugs.

  2. Eric Baker Eric Baker says:

    The SS with badges are the real killers and thugs.

  3. cops are shooting and killing people with hockey sticks in Canyon Country.. is that one on the list

  4. Hockey stick? There were pedestrians being attacked with their young children at their side and they did not mention a hockey stick. Is this a joke? A person high on drugs running wild hurting pedestrians on the street and attacking people in cars deserves to be taken out. Why should innocent people not be allowed to go about their daily routine because a lunatic is parading around town?

    • im talking about a different situation kristen pemberton so calm down, ur completely misinformed on the excessive law enforcement performed in this valley. they do just as much good as much as they do pointless profit making arrests

    • and even tasing and shooting then KILLING people over breaking into cars like what?? thats an arrest but instead they murdered him cuz he had a hockey stick or pool stick, not even a firearm

  5. It didn’t have to be a kill shot though. Just enough to get him in cuffs.

  6. He couldn’t be taken down. He refused to listen. I am so thankful that our innocent bystanders and cops didn’t get hurt that a low life did! He made the choice to run around like a lunatic attacking people. He had no right doing that. Someone has to do something. If it were your child being attacked would be a different story I am sure or would you rather your kid be beaten by a hockey stick because of someone high on drugs! He wasn’t in the right mind you can’t sit back and hope it turns out ok. You do bad and bad things happen. Pick up a gun and see how easy it is to shoot at a moving targets arm or legs a smaller body part. Live a day without our law enforcement and see how great you think it is. If you ever encounter a problem I sure hope you don’t waste a phone call for help since you have no respect for the help!

  7. Chris says:

    Kristen you judge a person by form of action. Why would you think he’s a low life I actually played football with the guys son. If you were in their shoes would you take that persons life or just find a way to bring that person down and out him into cuffs?

  8. Ashley Booth Ashley Booth says:

    I’m sure if it was your son you wouldn’t be defending the sheriff’s . Oh wait everyone in this town is perfect, can’t happen to them.

  9. My son better know better to obey the law. If he didn’t and was hurting others then you get what comes to you!

  10. Joe says:

    Now if this state (county) would allow its citizens to CCW like everywhere else in this country.

  11. Kim Lamas Kim Lamas says:

    Ashley, you don’t even live in Santa Clarita, so how would you know that we are all perfect? There are consequences for peoples actions. This is a problem that we as a society as facing. No one wants own up to their actions. There is sense of entitlement that has gone viral. Now when any branch of government throws realilty in their face, then the police, the prosecutors, the teachers are evil. No, this is life. There are rules that must be followed in every society and these our rules, if you do not like them, then there other countries that have other rules, but I promise you, if you break those rules, there will be consequences as well. This is life.

    • Cody Kennedy Cody Kennedy says:

      Yes, the sense of entitlement has run a muck! The sheriffs feel that they are entitled to take away a persons rights because they are unable to use reasoning in a stressful situation. This person along with every other in the country has a right to life and a trial. Those were both taken in a display of excessive force or what i like to refer to as pussification of the law enforcement. The power should be derived from the badge and the man rather than the gun.

  12. Tory Miron Tory Miron says:

    Ok i was there. The guy was in the street attacking cars not ppl. And yes he had a hockey stick but wasn’t really doing anything bad he only hit one car and that’s it. The cops should have used a teaser or other forces besides shooting him down. He didn’t hurt a soul.

  13. Tory Miron Tory Miron says:

    And i had my 3 year old son with me to. The guy did not deserve to die

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