Vehicle Burglaries and Theft along The Old Road in West Ranch still an Issue

Posted on: 10/11/2017 00:00

The following crimes were reported in West Ranch and compiled by Deputy Kevin Duxbury during the week of September 25, 2017 to October 1, 2017:


Grand Theft (Auto) - 25300 block Silver Aspen Way

Person(s) unknown stole the victim’s vehicle which was locked and parked in the parking lot of his complex.



Burglary (Vehicle) - 24600 block Sagecrest Circle

Person(s) unknown entered the victim’s vehicle and stole a green backpack containing a ‘Smith & Wesson’ .38 revolver.


Burglary (Commercial) - 25500 block The Old Road

Person(s) unknown smashed the front glass door of the location and stole $4.14 in U.S. currency.



Robbery (Commercial) - 25400 block The Old Road

A male adult attempted to leave the location with 11 cases of ‘Monster” and ‘Red Bull’ energy drinks.  When stopped by the door greeter, he forced his way past her and left in an unknown direction.  Total loss was $183.00.



Robbery (Commercial/Strong Arm) - 25800 block The Old Road

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station detectives are currently investigating a strong arm robbery incident


Burglary (Shoplifting) - 25400 block The Old Road

A male adult attempted to return items to the customer service desk which he did not pay for.  No arrest was made. No funds were obtained. 



Vehicle Tampering, Petty Theft - 22400 block The Old Road

Person(s) unknown stole a gate remote from an unlocked tow truck, opened the electric gate, and removed a vehicle from the tow yard.  It was later confirmed that the owner of the vehicle took it to avoid paying tow fees.


Grand Theft (Auto) - 24800 block Pico Canyon Road

A male adult stole a vehicle from the location which had been left with the keys in the vehicle and unattended. On 09/26/17 the suspect returned to the location with the vehicle and was arrested.

Remembering Las Vegas

The shooting in Las Vegas was truly a horrific tragedy.  At least 58 people lost their lives, and 515 were injured. This is an event that affected the entire country, as it seems everyone knows someone who was at the event. The city of Santa Clarita suffered the loss of one of our finest citizens, and 9 others were injured. With that said, we need to honor and respect those we lost, and support those who were not only injured, but also those who witnessed and were traumatized by the event. By sticking together, looking out for each other, and caring for one another, we will get through this.


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