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Grand Theft and Burglary Around The Old Road; Driving Tips in Inclement Weather

Posted on: 10/05/2018 00:00

The following is the West Ranch crime report for the week of 09/17/18 – 09/23/18 as compiled by Deputy Kevin Duxbury of the SCV Sheriff’s Station:

09/17/18
Grand Theft:  25300 Silver Aspen Wy, STV
Person(s) unknown stole two iPhone 5Ss which the victim had left in her bedroom.
 
09/22/18
Burglary:  29900 Pico Canyon Road
A witness saw a male adult smash the front glass door of the business and enter the location.  The suspect then left the location less than two minutes later.  Deputies arrived shortly after but were unable to locate the suspect.  $190.00 in U.S. currency was taken from the cash register.
 
09/18/18
Burglary:  24700 Pico Canyon Road
Person(s) unknown stole a tool bag containing miscellaneous manual hand tools form the trunk of the victim’s vehicle.  The victim stated his vehicle was locked.  There were no signs of forced entry.  Total loss was $200.00.
 
Burglary:  25200 The Old Road
Two male adults pried open the rear door of the location.  The suspects then pried open the office door of the location and stole two safes containing $4,229.00 in U.S. currency.  Total loss including damages was $6,929.00.
 
09/17/18
Burglary, Vandalism:  25800 Blake Court
Person(s) unknown cut the bedroom window screen of the victim’s home and stole her I Phone 7 which was on the nightstand of her room.  Person(s) unknown then slashed the front and rear driver’s side tires of her vehicle.  The victim was sleeping in her bed at the time of the incident.
 
Tip of the Week: Driving in Inclement Weather
 
With the rainfall we’ve experienced this week, it is important that we slow down and take precautions when driving. Roads will be slick, mud and rocks may have slid into the roadways, and there are possibilities of roads being flooded. When planning your drive to work or taking the kids to school, you may want to consider leaving earlier than usual, to allow you to drive at slower speeds and watch for hazards. If you do see a potential hazard, such as mud, debris, or flooding, please call the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station and we will assure that the proper entities will be contacted to handle the situation.

 


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