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Only one crime in the Castaic-Val Verde area (Zone 2) was reported to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station for the week of July 10.

July 10
Petty Theft
– 31400 block, Castaic Road
The business reported a 40-inch Samsung TV stolen from a room at their Inn. The crime was captured on video surveillance cameras. The crime occurred sometime between 7/9/17 and 7/10/17.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding Zone 2 (Castaic or Val Verde), please feel free to email or call me directly.

Deputy Brian Rooney
bjrooney@lasd.org
661-255-1121 ext. 5802
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33 Comments

  1. Brian Durand Brian Durand says:

    I count 18. That’s 18 squad cars…

  2. Looks like every LASD car in the entire Santa Clarita Valley responding to a TV stolen in Castaic — which is not within our City limits. We don’t get that kind of service within the City. Maybe it was a Sheriff’s Department TV taken which is why they got their panties all in a wad?

  3. That picture is at the old road and lake Hughes Rd. South bound exit.

  4. Things aren’t always what they seem. Often there is more to a story. Our sheriffs do an excellent job when we need them. Have you ever called and they didn’t come racing over?! I love our cops. And boy, am I glad they’re here for us!! On every corner, on any corner.

  5. Joe Facciano Joe Facciano says:

    Did they remember to take the remote?

  6. Luis Aguilar Luis Aguilar says:

    There goes the neighborhood!

  7. Eric Baker Eric Baker says:

    Reminds me of when Al Bundy took the TV off the wall, at Ray’s Bar, for Christmas. He gave it to Kelly. “Most of all; it’s a Ray’s”!~Kelly Bundy

    • Hilariou, that is where I stayed when I came down and got thatnpattern airplane from you.

    • Eric Baker Eric Baker says:

      The Jekyll or Symphony?

    • Eric Baker Eric Baker says:

      The Symphony, right?

    • Yes Symphony. I have placed in 3 contests with it so far. A few of the NorCal guys recognize it and we’re friends with the original builder

    • Eric Baker Eric Baker says:

      Shawn Berkheimer, Oh sweet; Congratulation! You know Ralph? I’ve known him forever. We used to race pylon, back in the 80’s and 90’s. Then he got into pattern. I’m glad to hear you are doing well with it. I’m doing well in pylon. I took 2nd place last month in my last race. I raced in the world champs in Oct. I’m heading to the nationals, this coming October. I just blew a rod yesterday in my international class racer. I need to send the engine back to the Netherlands, to be rebuilt by Rob M. Can’t do it ourselves. Only he can do them.

  8. Gas and their time costs more than that damn tv

  9. Rudy Ten Rudy Ten says:

    Free donuts at this TV crime scene? lol
    This reminds me of one of those cop TV episodes where crime “A” cause a tons of cops to respond to scene “A”, all the while the real crime is taking place at Scent “B”, wayyyy wayyyyy across the other side of town. hehehe

  10. Koren Young Koren Young says:

    That 25″ Cable TV has been one of their key selling points for decades. That, and the romantic getaway.

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