Mountain Views News, Combined Edition Saturday, June 26, 2021

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Mountain View News Saturday, June 26, 2021 

For the period of Sunday, June 13th 
through Saturday, June 19th, the Police 
Department responded to 1,038 calls for 
service, of which 99 required formal investigations. 
The following is a summary 
report of some of the major incidents 
handled by the Department during this 

Sunday, June 13:

1. At 4:06 a.m., officers and Arcadia 
Fire responded to Arcadia Congregational 
Church, located at 2607 South Santa Anita 
Avenue, regarding a vacant building on 
fire. An investigation revealed an accelerant 
was located at the scene and the fire is 
being investigation as an arson. 
Monday, June 14:

2. At 2:55 a.m., officers and Arcadia 
Fire responded to Richter Construction,
located at 2 La Porte Street, regarding a fire. 
The investigation revealed miscellaneous 
construction materials in the parking lot 
were on fire. The investigation is pending 
a review of the surveillance footage. 
3. At 8:01 a.m., an officer responded 
to Master Systems, located at 117 East Duarte 
Road, regarding a commercial burglary 
report. The officer discovered an unknown 
suspect forced open a rear window 
and ransacked the business. No loss was 
Tuesday, June 15:

4. At 6:46 a.m., an officer responded 
to Springhill Suites, located at 99 North 
Second Avenue, regarding a robbery report. 
The officer determined the suspect, ahotel patron, used a butane torch to simulate 
a gun and robbed another hotel patron. 
The victim fled but dropped his keys, 
and the suspect then stole the victim’s car. 
The suspect was located and the 39-yearold 
male from Pasadena was arrested and 
transported to the Arcadia City Jail for 

5. At 8:53 a.m., an officer responded 
to a residence in the 1000 block of Hampton 
Road regarding a residential burglary. 
An investigation revealed unknown 
suspect(s) entered the home by unknown 
means and were unlawfully living in the 
residence, which was for sale 
Wednesday, June 16:

6. At 11:38 p.m., officers and Arcadia 
Fire responded to a fire in the 200 block of 
Foothill Boulevard. They located an 8’ x 8’ 
vegetation fire located near an abandoned 
transient camp. The fire consisted of burning 
wooden pallets, tree branches, and a 
small amount of brush. 
Thursday, June 17:

7. At 1:49 a.m., an officer responded 
to the area of 1400 South Sixth Avenue regarding 
the activation of a tracking device. 
An investigation revealed the suspect, a37-year-old male from San Gabriel, was in 
possession of the stolen tracker, methamphetamine, 
and stolen mail belonging to 
32 different victims. He was also charged 
with false identification and false personation 
for providing the officer with another 
person’s information. The suspect was 
arrested and transported to the Arcadia 
City Jail for booking. 
Library Moves to Third PASADENA POPS KICK-OFF Celebrate National Pollinator 
Phase of Reintroduction of Week Watch The Pollinators


National Pollinator Week is a time to celebrate pollinators


MOTOWN’S GREATEST HITS and spread the word about what you can do to protectthem.

 Principal Pops Thirteen years ago the U.S. Senate’s unanimous approvalConductor Michael and designation of a week in June as “National PollinatorFeinstein kicks off Week” marked a necessary step toward addressing thethe Pasadena POPS urgent issue of declining pollinator populations. Pollinator2021 Sierra Summer Week has now grown into an international celebration ofConcert series on the valuable ecosystem services provided by bees, birds,
Saturday, July 10 with butterflies, bats and beetles.
The Road to Motown. Pollinators positively affect all our lives, supporting

wildlife, healthy watershed and more -let’s SAVE and 

The POPS season 


opener will take a 
ride through the WATCH: THE POLLINATORS! 

evolution of jazz and

The South Pasadena on Tuesday, July 6. Also

Public Library is pleased on July 6, Library Takeout, boogie-woogie from Learn more by streaming the documentary The Pollinators 
to expand in-person the no-contact borrowing Duke Ellington and on Kanopy, a film streaming service provided for FREE 
services to include seating service that has been in Louis Armstrong to with your South Pasadena Public Library card! 

beginning Monday, June place for over a year, will the soulful sound Simply visit: and create 

28. Masks will continue be discontinued. Held of the Temptations a free account with your library card number, an email
and Supremes. Hear address, and name.

to be required regardless items will be available for 

of vaccination status, pick up inside the library. Motown favorites Don’t have a library card? No problem! Visit www.

“Ain’t Too Proud to Beg,” “Can’t Help Myself,” “My Girl” and or call (626) 403-7340 to find

in accordance with the The South Pasadena Public 

many more, all in symphonic sound by Pasadena’s premiere out how to apply for a library card online or in-person.

June 15, 2021 County of Library is located at 1100

Los Angeles Department Oxley Street. The library’s orchestra. Please note that older library cards with a “PSPA” prefix 
of Public Health Order current hours are Monday will not work with Kanopy. Visit the Library to get a new 

which requires masks through Thursday 1:00 The Road to Motown program will also honor the Supremes’ card for free, or email forMary Wilson, who was originally slated to perform before her

in all youth settings p.m.–7:00 p.m., Friday and library card assistance.

recent passing. Feinstein will be using some of Wilson’s own

and Cooling Centers. Saturday 1:00 p.m.–5:00 

charts for songs including “Someday We’ll Be Together” and

Physical distancing will p.m., and closed Sunday. 

Forth of July Fireworks

“Reflections,” sung by Wilson’s close friend and “Mississippi

no longer be required, Free parking is available 

Sister” Thelma Houston. The Fifth Dimension’s Grammy

with the exception of after 12:00 p.m. in the 

Returns To Lacy Park

Award-winning duo Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr., and

the Children’s Room Mission-Meridian Parking

where our unvaccinated Garage at 805 Meridian the premiere Motown singing sensation, Spectrum will also be The ever-changing 21st and will be availableperforming the greatest hits of the Motown era.

youth are concentrated. Avenue, adjacent to the restrictions and capacity at Stoneman, Crowell 
To protect the health of Gold Line Station. Library limitsled thecity tooriginally Public Library, and CityIn order to provide the safest possible experience for all cancel San Marino’s beloved Hall. Presale tickets for

these members of our information can be found 

community who are still on the Library’s website, concertgoers, entry to all Pasadena POPS concerts will require 4th of July celebration at residents are $5 per person 
vulnerable to COVID-19, on social media (Facebook proof of receiving a fully completed Covid-19 vaccine at least Lacy Park. However, with and $15 for non-residents. 
occupancy limits will and Instagram), or by two weeks prior to the concert date. All concerts are held at the the reopening of the State Day-of tickets are $20 
remain in place in the phone (626-403-7350) Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Gardens. Grounds and strong support from for everyone. For more 
Children’s Room but will and email (library@ open for picnicking and dining at 5:30pm and performances City Council, staff has been information about the day’sbegin at 7:30pm. Don’t miss the best outdoor dinner party working tirelessly to bring activities, keep checking

increase to 20 customers 

in town with spacious circular table seating with fine linens, San Marino a much-needed
or lawn seating for those who want to bring a blanket – each community event, and to fireworks.ALL FIREWORKS ARE option carries on the tradition of picnic-dining with your family announce that the 4th of The previously announcedand friends with Michael Feinstein and the San Gabriel Valley’s July celebration at Lacy Park pop-up events and giveawaysILLEGAL premier orchestra! is officially back on. City in the days leading up to the

The Pasadena Fire Department reminds residents 

staff will have more details 4th will still be happening, as

that all fireworks are illegal in Pasadena. They’re a fire

 The Arboretum is located at 301 North Baldwin Ave., Arcadia, on the day’s events next will our second annual home

hazard and can result in life-threatening injuries fire 

CA. Subscribers may purchase pre-paid onsite parking at the week, but can guarantee an decorating contest. You can

officials said. The City of Pasadena municipal code holds 

Arboretum, and all concertgoers can purchase guaranteed and amazing fireworks show, find out more information

property owners and tenants responsible for permitting 

convenient parking at Santa Anita Park, with complimentary great music, delicious food, about the pop-up events

the possession, sale, usage or discharge of fireworks on 

non-stop shuttle service to the Arboretum’s main entrance. and most importantly, a at:

their property.

 Single tickets start at $25. Season subscriptions and single time to celebrate and gather popups and learn how to

The City maintains a zero tolerance enforcement 

tickets are now on sale, and are available by calling the box office with friends and neighbors. enter the home decorating

policy for fireworks, Report illegal fireworks in your 

at (626)-793-7172, online at or at Tickets will go on sale contest at: cityofsanmarino.

neighborhood to the Pasadena police at (626) 744-4241. 

the Arboretum on concert days. starting on Monday, June org/fourth. 

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