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[KHTS] – A parolee surrendered to deputies Monday evening after initially refusing to come out of a house in Valencia.

Screen Shot 2015-07-06 at 6.28.38 PMOfficials said initial reports of a man pulling a knife on his parents were inaccurate.

The incident began at about 5:15 p.m. at a residence in the 24300 block of Via Telino.

“We had a report of a family disturbance where the suspect was on parole got into an argument with the family,” said Lt. Derek Sabatini of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station.

“The family went outside and we tried talking him out of the house. He turned himself in and we are going to take him for a parole violation,” Sabatini said.

“The original report of assault with a deadly weapon appears to be untrue,” he said. “There may have been knife involved, but no threat was made with the knife.”

 

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56 Comments

  1. Shame on him! Time for some tough love!

  2. Jennifer Wells is this near someone we know?

  3. What’s in the water supply these days? It seems it’s all about people going nuts on their family members!

  4. Michelle J Clausing. Kelly Clausing

  5. I could hear the helicopter telling the man to come out with his hands up. I live in circle j ranch

  6. Ckay Walker Ckay Walker says:

    Don’t judge. Parenting is hard and being a kid these days is hard.

  7. Knowing the cops he’s probably gonna get shot

  8. Here you go Annie Schiermeyer Koretz

  9. Oh no! What is happening to scv!!!??!! Lol

  10. Before you say stuff about scv, crime happens everywhere. Yes there is crime in scv but not as much as other places like antelope valley or San Fernando. This stuff happens everywhere

  11. Waiting for the “what’s happening in SCV!?” comment. Oh wait, it already happened.

  12. Elyse Karsik Elyse Karsik says:

    Jane Uniack this is what it was

  13. Carly Mushinski can you guys please move now. That area is getting so shady.

  14. Michaela here is the story.

  15. Thanks Linda I could not find anything

  16. It seems it ended safely, I live only a few blocks from there and heard the helicopter.

  17. And for those asking about what is happening in SCV, there are more people so there will be more crime. It is still very safe. Most of the crime, unfortunately is domestic violence related. (Family things)

  18. Steve Wagner Steve Wagner says:

    I will go get him out (alive)

  19. Danny Fish Danny Fish says:

    It’s Valencia aka AWESOME TOWN!! But they rather pin it on Newhall

  20. Peggy- Happy we decided on a different route for our evening journey.

  21. This was posted earlier

  22. John Gilbert John Gilbert says:

    “Thanks Mom & Dad for giving me life …SALSH! SLASH ! STAB ! STAB !”

  23. What’s happening to “Awesome Town”???

  24. Jeanne says:

    I think the anemic economic recovery and high rents are to blame. Not enough jobs that pay enough to rent an apartment are keeping kids at home for way too long. This is increasing frustration and tension in the home.

    On my street at the top of Saugus all the kids that grew up there are now 20-30 years old and still living at home even though they work full time. Most of them have finished college or had at least some college. They can’t afford 1500.00 to 1800.00 rents with jobs that pay less than 15.00 an hour.

  25. Shirley says:

    ugh i hate the whole “awesome town” it’s so lame.

  26. This was literally in my backyard as its the neighbors on my back fence. We just moved to the area in September from Santa Monica and I have to say we have been hearing the police helicopter out quite a bit since moving here. I know the crime is lower here but it is on the rise.

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