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LASD - Santa Clarita Valley Station, Los Angeles County Sheriff
Tuesday November 21st, 2017 :: 06:53 p.m. PST


Canyon Country (East) Public Safety Report for 11/13/17 -11/19/17

Here is the Canyon Country (East) Public Safety Report for November 13, 2017 through November 19, 2017:


Robbery-27900 block of Solamint Rd
The victim was walking through the apartment parking lot when she was robbed at gunpoint. The suspect was wearing a black hat, black “puffy” jacket and black pants. He demanded her purse.

Vehicle Theft-18000 block of Soledad Cyn Rd
An unknown suspect stole the victim’s gray 1990 Toyota Camry from the location.  


Burglary-18100 block of Erik Ct
An unknown suspect shattered the victim’s vehicle window and stole her “Dell” laptop.  

Vehicle Theft-28900 block of Silver Saddle Cir
An unknown suspect stole the victim’s 1992 Toyota pick up from the location.  

Grand Theft-17200 block of Sierra Sunrise Ln
An unknown suspect stole the wheels and tires from her 2017 Honda Accord.  

Grand Theft-19307 block Golden Valley Rd.
The suspect asked the employee to see a ring. Once he had the ring   (valued at $4040), he ran out the store without paying and left the location in a black vehicle.


Vehicle Theft-Jakes Way/Sandy Drive
A unknown suspect stole the victim’s 2015 white Nissan Sentra.  

With the impending holidays comes a surge in mail theft and a number of reasons to take proactive measures before a thief snatches your mail, and possibly your identity.  
While yes, holiday mail theft is centered on packages, gift cards and cash — that’s not all these thieves are after. Your mail, particularly pre-approved credit card statements, bills and checks are filled with personally identifiable information (PII) that can be used to commit identity theft, check fraud and related identity crimes. Mail theft doesn’t just happen over the holidays; career crooks make a stable living from snatching letters, bill and junk mail. Make a daily routine out of collecting your mail — even if you aren’t necessarily expecting something. (Keep in mind: even a simple utility bill is valuable to an identity thief.) The more time you leave your mailbox full, the longer a scammer has to snatch it.  

Better yet, be proactive and consider alternative delivery methods when placing online orders. A growing trend is to have holiday packages delivered to your place of work. You could also request packages be delivered to a trusted neighbor or choose to pick up packages at your local post office. 


Deputy Luis Cabrera 

661-255-1121 X 4283 

Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station 

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department 

Twitter @SCVSheriff 

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LASD - Santa Clarita Valley Station, Los Angeles County Sheriff
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Santa Clarita, CA 91355

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