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Stevenson Ranch Crime Report: 02/20/17 – 03/03/17

03/02/17
Grand Theft (Auto) – 24700 block of Pico Canyon Road
Person(s) unknown stole the victim’s blue, 2004 Acura MDX SUV which was parked on the street of the above location. The vehicle was later found parked on the at 24800 block of Alderbrook Street. No arrests have been made.

02/20/17

Burglary (Vehicle) – 25400 block of The Old Road
Deputies responded to the location regarding a vehicle burglary just occurred call. Upon arrival, deputies detained a male adult who fit the description of the suspect. Upon searching the suspect, they found a cell phone charger and new bicycle seat which had been taken from the victim’s vehicle. The suspect was also riding a bicycle which had the serial number removed and had been spray painted. The suspect was arrested for receiving stolen property and burglary (vehicle).

02/21/17

Possession of Stolen Property – Pico Canyon Road / The Old Road
A deputy on patrol noticed a suspicious vehicle parked at the location with a male adult sleeping inside. Upon contacting the suspect, the deputy noticed a strong odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle. The deputy detained the suspect and conducted a search of the vehicle. While searching the vehicle, the deputy found a butterfly knife, and over 20 items of stolen property. The suspect admitted to stealing the items from numerous vehicles and stated that he was with his girlfriend at the time. The second suspect, a female adult, was located nearby and detained. The two suspects were arrested for possession of a butterfly knife (dirk or dagger), possession of known stolen property, petty theft from vehicle, possession of burglary tools, reasonable cause vehicle burglary, and reasonable cause possession of known stolen property.

02/25/17

Burglary (Vehicle) -24300 block of The Old Road
Person(s) unknown smashed the rear passenger window of the victim’s vehicle and stole her purse containing her driver’s license, four debit/credit cards, and her laptop computer. Total loss was $2,055.00.

Petty Theft (Shoplifting) – 25400 The Old Road, STV – A male adult left the location with a pair of gloves he did not pay for. He was arrested for petty theft (shoplifting).

Petty Theft – 28600 The Old Road
Person(s) unknown stole the victim’s cell phone which she left unattended and unsecured in a storage cabinet at the location. Total loss was $850.00.

02/26/17

Burglary (Shoplifting) – 24900 block of Pico Canyon Road
Two white male adults exited the location with a watch and set of headphones that they did not pay for. No arrest was made. Total loss was $450.00.

Petty Theft (Vehicle) – Steinbeck Avenue / Stevenson Ranch Parkway
Person(s) unknown entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and stole various clothing items. Total loss was $105.00.

Tip of the Week: Preventing Thefts from Vehicles While Using Parks, Hiking Trails, and Paseos

Santa Clarita has a lot of great parks, hiking trails, and paseos for us to all enjoy. Many of us when using these areas, are doing it for exercise and prefer to carry minimal items with us, so we leave those non-essential items in our vehicles. As such, our vehicles are left unattended and far out of our view. We need to assure that we are not making ourselves easy targets for vehicle thieves. Never leave purses, wallets, back packs, gym bags, or other high value items in the passenger compartment of your vehicle where they can be easily seen. Leave these items in the trunk and out of view. If this is not possible, consider either leaving these items at home, or carrying them with you in a back pack.

Take care, and be safe.

Dep Kevin Duxbury KBDuxbur@lasd.org

661-799-5158

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
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