Newhall: Zone 6, Public Safety and Crime Prevention Information for the week of 01/25/16 – 01/31/16.
Good afternoon Newhall residents. Here is your weekly report:
Vehicle burglaries occurred near the 21300 block of Trumpet Dr. and the 24400 block of Valle Del Oro. Suspect(s) unknown shattered rear side windows on both vehicles. Items taken included clothing, a laptop and tools.
Residential burglaries occurred near the 24100 block of Matthew Place, the 24400 block of Leonard Tree Lane and the 24500 block of Acorn Court. Suspect(s) unknown entered one residence by prying open a window, another through unknown means- no signs of forced entry- and one residence was unlocked. Items taken included a laptop, jewelry and handbags.
A commercial burglary occurred at a business near the 23100 block of Lyons Ave. Suspect(s) unknown shattered the front glass window. Nothing appeared to have been stolen.
A theft occurred near the 21200 block of Trumpet Dr. Suspect(s) unknown forced entry into the victim’s storage unit and stole items.
A grand theft occurred near the 22900 block of Sierra Hwy. Suspect(s) unknown entered onto the victim’s property and stole diesel fuel from storage tanks and vehicles.
A grand theft occurred near Valle Del Oro/Alder Drive. Suspect(s) unknown stole the victim’s black Infiniti SUV while parked at the location.
A petty theft occurred at a business near the 23700 block of Newhall Ave. The suspect entered the location, selected food items and consumed them prior to paying. He was arrested by responding deputies.
An assault occurred near the 21500 block of Deputy Jake Dr. A juvenile was arrested after threatening fellow students.
Be sure that doors are locked at all times. Unauthorized entry can happen when you are at home just as easily as when you are away. By making a habit of keeping your doors locked, you can reduce the risk of someone entering your home.
- Lock all windows, doors and side gates when leaving your property – even if just for a few minutes.
- If possible, keep valuables out of sight. Try to ensure they are away from the view of windows.
Deputy Betsy Shackelford
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
Twitter @SCVSheriff http://www.twitter.com/scvsheriff
SCV Station Homepage http://www.santaclarita.lasd.org