The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station has released public safety and crime prevention information for Newhall (Zone 6) for 09/11/17 to 09/17/17.
The following crimes are under investigation:
09/11/17, Monday Grand Theft – Valle Del Oro / Dockweiler Dr., Newhall
Person(s) unknown stole the victim’s Ford E350 truck while parked at the location.
09/11/17, Monday Petty Theft – 24400 Lyons Ave., Newhall
The suspect entered the business and stole two packs of cigarettes.
09/12/17, Tuesday Petty Theft – 24300 Railroad Ave., Newhall
Person(s) unknown entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and stole clothing items, car stereo speakers and several compact discs.
09/13/17, Wednesday Assault – 25200 Fourl Rd., Newhall
The suspect pointed a gun at her ex-boyfriend.
09/14/17, Wednesday Petty Theft – 21200 Ficus Dr., Newhall
Person(s) unknown entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and stole items.
09/14/17, Wednesday Grand Theft – 24300 Lyons Ave., Newhall
The suspects were observed on video surveillance stealing a box of flooring and two air conditioning units from the parking structure.
09/15/17, Thursday Grand Theft – 20900 Judah Ln., Newhall
Person(s) unknown stole the victim’s Honda Pilot while parked at the location.
09/17/17, Saturday Domestic Violence – 20900 Judah Ln., Newhall
A suspect was arrested for a domestic violence incident.
Deputy Betsy Shackelford
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station
Crime Prevention Unit – Newhall (Zone 6)
Station: 661-255-1121 Ext. 4283. Fax: 661-253-0124.
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