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1859 - Outlaw Tiburcio Vasquez escapes from prison while serving sentence for grand larceny in SCV area; recaptured in August and sent to San Quentin [story]
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Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies are investigating a report of a gunshot victim in Canyon Country, officials said.

Deputies received a call shortly before 3 p.m. regarding a man who was shot in an apartment on the 18000 block of Annes Circle in Santa Clarita.

The suspect was a woman. No information was released on the suspect or the victim at this time.

The man sustained what appears to be non-life-threatening wounds, according to preliminary reports. The man was shot twice, once in his left thigh, and again in his forearm.

The man and the woman had a relationship, according to officials, and initial information indicates the shooting was a domestic violence incident.

Deputies were just arriving on scene as of 3:10 p.m., and one suspect has been detained, according to Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station officials.

The victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment.

County Fire Department officials confirmed the call at 2:50 p.m., and arrived on scene at 3:03 p.m.

Preliminary reports indicate both the suspect and the victim were found in the same apartment complex, but Sheriff’s Station officials did not release any other information at this time.

 

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26 Comments

  1. msc545 says:

    You mean – they actually arrested a WOMAN for DV ? Wow! things have changed!

  2. msc545 says:

    Of course, now all she needs to do is say “he was threatening me” and she is home free.

  3. msc545 says:

    Really – is that an invitation ? It sounds like it might be fun…

    • SCVNews.com says:

      We don’t “invite” people to write. But personally, I think you should. Would be interesting.

  4. msc545 says:

    Sounds like fun if I can find the time…

  5. Todd Wimett says:

    Bulldoze Jakes way and build a park.

    • People live there, including me so

    • Yeah Todd…. Not everyone who lives in that area deserves to be looked down on you douche bag. There Are a staggering number of respectable, hardworking, give back to the community men and women starting young families who live in that area who are saving up to buy homes. I’m sure you remember those days, unless you were raised with that silver spoon in your judgemental mouth in daddies expensive house and never had to rent an apartment before.

    • Yeah Todd…. Not everyone who lives in that area deserves to be looked down on you douche bag. There Are a staggering number of respectable, hardworking, give back to the community men and women starting young families who live in that area who are saving up to buy homes. I’m sure you remember those days, unless you were raised with that silver spoon in your judgemental mouth in daddies expensive house and never had to rent an apartment before.

      • Suze kim says:

        So tired of ppl bashing Jakes way. Thank you for saying something. No not everyone can afford to buy a home. Not everyone wants to pay 2k for an apartment. Btw, maybe some ppl should fact ck. They don’t have section 8. Just saying ppl. Everyone talks bad about Jakes way but there’s alot of respectable ppl living there. Stupid ppl act like it’s the ghetto…well you fakers ur not living in bevery hills are ya?! act like ur so much better Than everyone else putting everyone else down that can’t afford your life style. Maybe that’s what Beverly Hills ppl say about scv. keep frontin

  6. OH MY GOD WHAT HAPPENED TO SANTA CLARITA BLABLABLA….there, I did it for you guys.

  7. Smh if this is consider a bad area why don’t they make a police station on jakes way so they can respond to crime asap …oh

  8. Sally Rivera says:

    Chris Rivera Johnny Rivera Junior Hernandez

  9. Scott Ervin says:

    And such nice “riverfront” property.
    Wait, I thought Ender annexed this area to Palmdale?

  10. Scott Ervin says:

    And such nice “riverfront” property.
    Wait, I thought Ender annexed this area to Palmdale?

  11. Dave Lee says:

    I actually moved to that complex ( on Annes circle ) 15 years ago. It was actually quite nice then. It soon went “section 8”. Not long after it went downhill. Soon you couldn’t even go to the pool without being hassled by gang banger types. Stuff stolen out of my garage… Sad. Finally a shooting 20 yards from my door was enough. (Luckily no one hurt). There went the neighborhood.

  12. Mike Navarro says:

    Another fine product of the government….sec 8

  13. Gary Wanjon says:

    It’s the Wild West in awsom town!

  14. That explains why there were so many cops when i got home yesterday!

  15. DK Hartman says:

    Ah, RiverRanch. My wife and i’s first apartment. 15 years ago. What a shame.

  16. DK Hartman says:

    Ah, RiverRanch. My wife and i’s first apartment. 15 years ago. What a shame.

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