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Here is the Valencia Public Safety and Crime Information Report for July 23, 2018 – Aug. 5, 2018:

07/23/18
Burglary – 28000 block of Seco Canyon Road
The victim’s ex-husband made entry into her house while she was gone and destroyed items within.

07/24/18
Attempt Vehicle Burglary – 28000 block of Newhall Ranch Road
An unknown suspect attempted to gain entry into the victim’s car while it was locked by attempting to break the glass. The suspect was unsuccessful.

07/25/18
Robbery – 25000 block of Riverchase Drive
An unknown male pulled a handgun on the victim and ordered him not to follow him after he stole a cell phone from the victim’s hands.

07/26/18
Grand Theft – 24200 block of Valencia Boulevard
Three unknown females walked into the location and stole over a few thousand dollars’ worth of merchandise and exited the store without paying for the items.

07/27/18
Burglary – 23000 block of Valencia Boulevard
An unknown male suspect walked into the location and used counterfeit U.S. Currency to purchase numerous California Lottery tickets.

07/28/18
Grand Theft – 25000 block of Tournament Road
An unknown suspect made entry into the victim’s unlocked car and stole over $1,000 in fine jewelry.

07/29/18
Burglary – 27000 block of Rio Bosque Drive
An unknown suspect entered the victim’s side garage door and stole a mountain bike.

07/30/18
Vehicle Burglary – 28500 block of Westinghouse Place
An unknown suspect made entry into the victim’s locked vehicle and stole the third row seat.

07/31/18
Burglary – 28000 block of Avenue Crocker
An unknown suspect made entry into a locked storage container near the location.

08/01/18
Grand theft – 24000 block of Magic Mountain Parkway
A male and a female suspect walked into the location and stole numerous cell phones from the business. The suspects then fled in their vehicle and were spotted by patrol deputies on the I-5 N/B. The suspects were ultimately arrested in Gorman while trying to hide in a local business.

08/02/18
Robbery – 26000 block of Bouquet Canyon Road
Two unknown suspects riding on a street bike pulled up to the victim and produced a handgun. The suspects pointed the firearm at the victim and demanded his wallet.

08/03/18
Vehicle Burglary – 28000 block of Smyth Drive
An unknown suspect made forced entry into the victim’s vehicle and stole numerous Apple brand products which were left in plain view.

08/04/18
Grand Theft – 23000 block of McBean Parkway
A known male suspect was arrested after he was in found in possession of a stolen cell phone.

08/05/18
Grand Theft – 25000 block of Alicante Drive
A male suspect was arrested near the location after he was spotted by witnesses going into cars in the area. The suspect was found in possession of stolen items from a victim’s car.

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  1. Travis Levy says:

    This is what happens when you expand a town that was never meant to big this big. Out poor Sheriffs are out numbered and can not handle this size yet you want to keep building . On a side note Id like to thank the genius that thought placing billboards in La and Palmdale stating “Come live in SCV for a better way of life” Nice job a**hole.

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