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BrianHeischuber_portrait_zone5Zone 5 Weekly Crime Breakdown for the week of 11/16/2015-11/22/2015.

Burglary:
25950 Sardinia Ct. An unknown suspect entered the victim’s residence while he was home in another room. The suspect entered the location through an unlocked door. A few personal items were stolen. No arrest made . 15-15825-06

25669 Lochmoor Rd. An unknown suspect smashed the victims sliding glass door and ransacked the victim’s home. It was unknown at the time what was stolen. No suspect info. No arrest made. 15-15534-06

24156 Twin Tides Dr. A male suspect (Timothy Woodhead) was arrested on multiple charges. The suspect was caught stealing items from an attached garage. Once arrested the suspect became hostile and kicked out the deputies patrol car windows and tried to escape from protective custody. The suspect was ultimately transferred to IRC. Arrest made. Great job by all involved. 15-15499-06

26450 McBean Pkwy. (Macys) An unknown suspect broke into the victims locked car and stole several personal items from the victim. No suspect info, no arrest made. 15-15475-06

Grand Theft:
24140 Magic Mountain Pkwy: (JCPenny) Three suspects entered the location and stole female perfume from the location. The value of the items was over 950 dollars. The suspects were able to get away from the location prior to the report being taken. No arrest made. 15-15614-06

Attempted Burglary:
24518 McBean Pkwy: While the victim was at home she heard an unknown suspect trying to break into her apartment through her bedroom window. The victim got scared and turned on all the lights and scared the suspect off. No arrest made. 15-15822-06

24144 Newhall Ranch Rd. An unknown suspect tried to force entry into the victim’s garage. The suspect was unable to gain access to the garage. No arrest made. 15-15581-06


GTA:

25005 Magic Mountain Pkwy. The victim had his 1999 Acura Integra stolen from the location overnight. No suspect info. No arrest made. 15-15589-06

Burglary (Vehicle)
28490 Westinghouse Pl. (Sun power) An unknown suspect forced entry into the victim’s work truck and stole high dollar sun power items from the vehicle. No arrest made. 15-15811-06

McBean Pkwy/Decoro Dr. An unknown suspect forced entry into the vehicle and stole numerous high dollar and personal items. The victim sold the vehicle so the Deputy was able to identify the entry and exit point. No arrest made. 15-15792-06

27644 Newhall Ranch Rd. An unknown suspect broke into the victim’s vehicle and stole numerous personal items. No suspect info. No arrest made. 15-15722-06

Burglary (Shoplifting)
24200 Valencia Blvd. (Kohls) A female suspect was arrested from the location for failing to pay for items she had in her purse and also was in possession of burglary tools. Arrest made. 15-15820-06

Petty Theft(bicycle)

24130 Newhall Ranch Rd. An unknown suspect was able to cut the lock off a rack which was being used to secure the victim’s bicycle. No arrest made. 15-15816-06

26450 McBean Pkwy (Macys) A female suspect was arrested from the location for failing to pay for items she had concealed on her person. Arrest made. 15-15875-06

24175 Magic Mountain Pkwy (Active). Two male suspects entered the store and stole a few items from the location and ran out the store and fled the area on foot. No arrest made. 15-15779-06

25864 McBean Pkwy. (Jimmy Johns) An unknown suspect entered the victims unlocked vehicle and stole a few personal items. No suspect info and no arrest made. 15-15533-06

25577 Fedala Rd. An unknown suspect stole the victims back pack from the location. Also stolen was the victim’s jacket and his iPhone. No suspect info. No arrest made. 15-15476-06

As always feel free to contact me with any question of concerns.

Thank you.

Deputy, Brian Heischuber
Zone 5 Leader (Valencia)
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station
Crime Prevention Unit
Station: (661)255-1121 EXT. 5164 – Fax: (661)253-0124
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