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1978 - Southern Pacific Saugus depot closes; later moved & used as SCV Historical Society museum [story]


Brian HeischuberHere is the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station’s Public Safety and Crime Information Report for Valencia (Zone 5) for January 22 through February 4, 2018:

02/04/18
Burglary:
27000 block of San Ysidro
Suspect(s) entered victim’s garage and stole a mountain bike.

02/03/18
Petty Theft:
24000 block of Magic Mountain Parkway
An unknown male walked out of the business with a PS4 and into a waiting car nearby.

02/01/18
Grand theft:
24000 block of Magic Mountain Parkway
Suspect, female adult, walked into store, filled bag with several bottles of perfume and exited the store.

01/31/18
Vehicle burglary:
24000 block of Anza Drive
Suspect(s) made forced entry into victim’s car and stole a few personal items.

01/29/18
Attempt Robbery: 24000 block of Magic Mountain Parkway
Two unknown males walked into the location and tried to forcefully remove two iPhones from the display. Once the store employee confronted the suspects, one of the suspects punched the employee in the face.

01/27/18
Attempted burglary: 27000 block of Cherry Creek Drive
Male suspect arrested near location after seen trying to enter the victim’s home through an open window.

01/28/18
Grand theft: 23700 Block of Via Kannela
Suspect(s) entered victim’s unlocked car and stole purse.

01/26/18
Burglary: 23000 block of Valencia Boulevard
Suspect(s) smashed front windows to business, forced open the register.

01/25/18
Grand theft: 24000 Valencia Boulevard
Suspect walked into the store, asked to see two rings valued at over $15,000. He then took items, ran out of the location w/o paying.

01/24/18
Vehicle burglary: 26400 block of Rockwell Canyon Road
Suspect(s) made forced entry into the vehicle and stole a radio.

01/23/18
Grand theft auto: 23000 Platina Drive
The victim’s vehicle (2008 Honda Civic) was stolen near the location.

01/22/18
Grand theft: 25000 Anza Drive
Person(s) unknown forced entry into the victim’s toolbox which was attached to the bed of his truck.

Thank you,
Deputy Brian Heischuber
Crime Prevention Unit – Valencia (Zone 5)
661-255-1121 ext. 5164

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  1. George Baida George Baida says:

    Wow! SCV is turning into SFV it seems! God bless our LEO. It seems they need to hire more officers

    • Brian Durand Brian Durand says:

      If it was sfv the police would respond to actual crimes and there would be bums drinking beer at every bus stop. Cops in the valley don’t have time for nonsense. That’s why they don’t profile or f*** with people that aren’t doing anything wrong. Half the people that theybust in Santa Clarita they have to violate their rights in order to do so. We were doing a patrol in a parking lot and saw a car with people in it so decided to check on their well-being and found that they had drugs etc etc. One time I got stopped. Actually I was parked in my car and cops rolled up on me and my coworker. They ask to search my car I said no, then they smell weed coming from my car which gave them probable cause to tear up my girlfriend’s car for 3 and 1/2 hours. Six cops in a Honda Civic 2-door Coupe trying to pull out the airbags I mean just looking everywhere. Long story short they couldn’t find anything because there wasn’t anything. There was no weed to be smelt giving them probable cause.

    • El Rey El Rey says:

      I lived there. Ditto on that. Oh your tail light was out…. ooh yeah. Well I know it isn’t cause I work on my car everyday. Oh… look it works. Lol.

    • Brian Durand Brian Durand says:

      I bet you fit the description

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