Mountain Views News, Combined Edition Saturday, October 30, 2021

MVNews this week:  Page A:6

SAN MARINO CRIME BLOTTER Free Clinic for Flu and Covid Help Train NASA’s Rovers to 
For the period of Sunday, Vaccinations November 3 them Better Explore Mars 

October 17, 2021 through 

The Pasadena Public

Saturday, October 23, 2021, 

Health Department will

the Police Department 

sponsor a free flu shot and

responded to 517 calls for 

COVID vaccination clinic

service. Zero residential 

Wednesday, Nov. 3, from

burglaries, zero commercial BURGLARY OF A 

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the

burglaries, and 

zero CONSTRUCTION SITE/ Pasadena Senior Center, 85

attempt commercial 1600 BLOCK OF ROSE E. Holly St.burglaries occurred during 

AVENUE: The suspect The free clinic will be open

the reporting week. The 

forced entry into the to the public. To register or

following is a summary construction site to retrieve 

for more information call

report of the key incidents his tools and a tool belonging the center at 626-795-4331.

during this reporting period. 

to the victim. Pfizer, Moderna and

Sunday, October 17 4:46 P.M. / 901T / INJURY Johnson & Johnson COVID

1:57 A.M. / CVC 20002 / TRAFFIC COLLISION / groups.
vaccines will be available

NON-INJURY HIT AND In addition to online

HUNTINGTON DRIVE for regular vaccinations

RUN / LOS ROBLES / classes, onsite events and

/ BEDFORD ROAD: Two and booster shots will be

WINTHROP ROAD: The other activities, members

vehicles were involved in an 

available as well. Minors

suspect collided with the injury traffic collision. One must be accompanied and nonmembers of the 
victim’s vehicle and fled the of the parties complained by parents or guardians. Pasadena Senior Center 
scene. are encouraged to visit the

of pain. Both vehicles were Anyone who is sick should Members of the public can a future rover pick out

1:24 P.M. / DEATH website regularly for a weekly
driven from the scene. not come to the vaccination now help teach an artificial needles from the haystack

INVESTIGATION / 1400 Thursday, October 21 blog, monthly magazine,


COVID-19 updates for older intelligence algorithm to of data sent from Mars.

BLOCK OF HAMPTON 11:53 A.M. / 901T / INJURY Responsible for 200,000 adults and more. recognize scientific features Equipped with 19 cameras,

ROAD: Officers responded 

and conducted 
TRAFFIC COLLISION hospitalizations and 36,000 The center, at 85 E. Holly in images taken by NASA’s Perseverance sends


investigation of a non-
/ 1300 BLOCK OF SAN deaths nationwide each year, St., is an independent, Perseverance rover. anywhere from dozens to


suspicious death. influenza (flu) is caused donor-supported nonprofit Artificial intelligence, or hundreds of images to Earth 

Monday, October 18 
Two vehicles were involved by a virus that affects the organization that has AI, has enormous potential each day for scientists and 

9:57 A.M. / PC 484 / THEFT 
in an injury traffic entire body and for some served older adults for more to change the way NASA’s engineers to comb through 
collision. One of the parties may cause pneumonia, spacecraft study the universe. for specific geological

/ 600 BLOCK OF CHESTER than 60 years. During the 

AVENUE: Unknown 
complained of pain. Both dehydration and other pandemic, doors are open But because all machine features. But time is tight: 

vehicles were driven from 

suspect(s) approached the the scene. 
serious complications, Mondays through Fridays learning algorithms require After those images travel 

especially older adults, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. training from humans, a millions of miles from Mars

victim’s parked vehicle and 

Friday, October 22 

took unsecured gardening 12:15 A.M. / H&S 11364 / 
very young children and for social services and recent project asks members to Earth, the team members 
equipment from the victim’s people with serious health other critical services for of the public to label features have a matter of hours to

H&S 11377 / POSSESSION conditions. the set

develop next of

truck. The suspect(s) fled in OF CONTROLLED older adults in need, as well of scientific interest in 

an unknown direction. In the U.S. alone, as limited occupancy for imagery taken by NASA’s instructions, based on what


3:07 P.M. / PC 524 COVID-19 has led to more events, the library, fitness Perseverance Mars rover. they see in those images, to

/ ATTEMPTED than 45 million confirmed center and computer lab. Called AI4Mars, the project send to Perseverance.

PARAPHERNALIA / 500 cases and more than 700,000 is the continuation of one “It’s not possible for any

EXTORTION / 900 BLOCK BLOCK OF SANTA ANITA Masks and social distancing 
OF AFTON ROAD: deaths. Older adults and are required. Rooms are launched last year that relied one scientist to look at all

AVENUE: Officers observed people with compromised downlinked

Officers were dispatched sanitized after each use. on imagery from NASA’s the images 

an unoccupied vehicle 

immune systems are most Beginning Nov. 4, in Curiosity rover. Participants with scrutiny in such a

to investigate an attempted parked facing the wrong yet

extortion. vulnerable, people accordance with county in the earlier stage of that short amount of time, every

direction. When the officer in all age groups have

6:08 P.M. / 901T / INJURY public health guidelines, project labeled nearly half a single day,” said Vivian Sun, 
approached the vehicle, contracted and sometimes proof of COVID vaccination million images, using a tool a JPL scientist who helps
the officer observed drug died of COVID as well. Perseverance’s

/ OAK STREET / LOS or proof of a negative test to outline features like sand coordinate 

paraphernalia and a small The only way to prevent daily operations and

ROBLES AVENUE: Two within 72 hours before entry and rock that rover drivers 

plastic bag used for storing its spread is a combination consulted on the AI4Mars

vehicles were involved in an drugs. A traffic stop was to the center will be required at NASA’s Jet Propulsion 
injury traffic collision. One conducted when the driver 
of vaccinations, masks, for everyone who uses the Laboratory typically watch project. “It would save 

of the parties complained frequent hand-washing and fitness center or attends out for when planning routes us time if there was an 

returned to the vehicle. 

of pain, but refused medical The driver, Shia, Anthony 
social distancing in large onsite activities indoors. on the Red Planet. The end algorithm that could say, 

treatment. One vehicle was result was an algorithm, ‘I think I saw rock veins or 
towed from the scene and 
Kenzeng (DOB 1/2/1989, called SPOC (Soil Property nodules over here,’ and then

Alhambra) was issued an Pasadena Heritage to host the science team can look

the other was driven away. and Object Classification),

own recognizance citation

Tuesday, October 19 Preservation Pasadena: that could identify these at those areas with more 

and released at the scene.

7:00 P.M. / DOG BITE features correctly nearly 98 detail.” 
2:16 P.M. / FOUND 
percent of the time. Especially during this

1600 OF

/ BLOCK PROPERTY / 1600 BLOCK Craftsman to Modern SPOC is still in development, developmental stage, SPOC


OF WEST DRIVE: Officers Pasadena Heritage will Kevin Johnson; Pasadena’s and researchers hope it can requires lots of validation

Officers were dispatched 

located a bicycle. be hosting a virtual, 10-day bungalow courts by John someday be sent to Mars from scientists to ensure

regarding the victim Saturday, October 23 

celebration of preservation Ripley; and Preservation Los it’s labeling accurately. But

suffering from a dog bite. aboard a future spacecraft 

5:34 A.M. / 901T / INJURY and architecture from Angeles by Ken Bernstein; even when it improves, the
The victim was transported that could perform even

TRAFFIC COLLISION Friday, November 5th Virtual tours will include algorithm is not intended

to the hospital to treat the more autonomous driving 

injuries suffered. 
/ 1400 BLOCK OF through Sunday, November our newest National Register than Perseverance’s AutoNav to replace more complexWESTHAVEN ROAD: A 14th and will include tours, Historic District of Pasadena analyses by human scientists.

Wednesday, October 20 technology allows.

single vehicle was involved lectures, panel discussions, Avenue, the Civic Center, Images from Perseverance A key objective for

3:06 P.M. / PC 459 / in an injury traffic collision conversations with artists Caltech, and other landmark will further improve SPOC Perseverance’s missionVEHICLE BURGLARY by colliding into a residence. and collectors and more! district neighborhoods. by expanding the kinds of on Mars is astrobiology,

One of the parties Events will include Other events include identifying labels that can including the search for signsSHENANDOAH ROAD: complained of pain. Both presentations about a panel discussion with be applied to features on the of ancient microbial life. The

Unknown suspect(s) 

approached the victim’s 
vehicles were driven from architects Edward Durell professionals in the field Martian surface. AI4Mars rover will characterize the 
the scene. Stone by his son Hicks of restoration about planet’s geology and past

vehicle from an unknown now provides labels to

5:54 P.M. / CVC 20002 / Stone; Paul R. Williams by remodeling your historic climate, pave the way for
direction. The suspect(s) identify more refined 

used an unknown object to 
NON-INJURY HIT AND Stephen Gee; Irving Gill by home and a panel discussing details, allowing people to human exploration of the


RUN / LOS Allen Hazard; and Bertram the top ten preservation choose options like float Red Planet, and be the first

shatter the front passenger AVENUE / HUNTINGTON 

Goodhue. Other lectures stories that should not be rocks (“islands” of rocks) or mission to collect and cachewindow and fled in an DRIVE: The suspect collided will be given on The City forgotten. nodules (BB-size balls, often Martian rock and regolith

unknown direction. 

with the victim’s vehicle and Beautiful Movement by There will also be a formed by water, of minerals (broken rock and dust).

3:04 P.M. / PC 459 / fled the scene. 
celebration on Saturday that have been cemented For more about 

evening with a wine tasting together). Perseverance visit: mars. 
and trivia! On Sunday, The goal is to hone an and: 
November 14th Pasadena algorithm that could help 

Heritage committee 
members will host small-

Seeking Members For General 

group, informal, themed, 
round table discussions for Plan 2040 Steering Committee

participants to share their 

The San Marino Community Development department is

questions, thoughts, stories, 

seeking community members interested in serving on the Steering

and learn from each other. 

Committee for the General Plan 2040 Update.

Most events will be hosted 

Required by state law, the General Plan will guide the City of 

on Zoom and recorded for 

San Marino’s future growth, development, and conservation. It those who cannot attend looks ahead 20 years to address critical issues such as housing,
the live Zoom presentations. transportation, environmental quality, economic development,
Tours will be made available design, and public services. San Marino’s last General Plan was 
on the Izi Travel App for adopted in 2003 and had a horizon year of 2020. 
those who wish to drive or The Steering Committee should represent diverse perspectives 
walk the tours on their own. and interests in the community, such as local residents, business 

members, and other stakeholders. Committee members will be

Immerse yourself in 

as expected to participate in monthly meetings over the next two

great architecture 

years as the plan is developed. A maximum of fifteen members,

you experience over 15 

and a limited number of alternates, will be selected. Committee 

programs throughout the 

members will be expected to read and comment on draft week of November 5 – 14, documents, serve as a liaison to their respective organization or 
2021. Save the dates and visit group, and support staff ’s efforts to engage the general public in 
our website for a complete the plan development process. 
schedule of the entire 10-day City staff will review Steering Committee applications based on 
celebration! Each event will specific evaluation criteria. They will then be forwarded to City 
be recorded and available for Council for their consideration. Community members who have 

not previously participated on City task forces are encouraged to

purchase through December 


25th and viewable through 

The Steering Committee application deadline is Friday,

December 31, 2021. For 

November 12 at 5:00 p.m. Interested applicants can apply online,

more information and 

in-person, or by mail. For more information, review Communitytickets, click here. Development’s website. 

This event is sponsored byPobal

Hartman Baldwin, Food Distribution Program

Construction, Window 
Restoration & Repair, more. Proof of income and

Friday, Nov. 5, from 8:30

Bradbury & Bradbury California ID are required for

to 10:30 a.m. in the parking

Art Wallpapers, Harvest first-time recipients. Boxes are

lot at Pasadena Senior

Architecture, Kelly Sutherlin heavy, so bring a pull-behind 

McLeod Architecture, Inc., Center 85 E. Holly St. personal cart to the parking lot 
between the Pasadena Senior

and Susan Masterman Low-income adults 60 and 

Center and the Metro Gold

Architects. older receive one free box of 

Line station. Opening boxes

Pasadena Heritage is food and couples receive two. 

on the premises is prohibited.

Each box includes foods that

a nonprofit founded in Masks and social distancing

1977 and dedicated to meet specific nutritional needs, will be required. such as cheese, canned fruits

historic preservation in For more information, visit 

and vegetables, dry milk and

and around Pasadena. For and 

related dairy products, cereals 

more information visit: click on Food Distribution 

and other grain products, and Programs or call 626-685-6732. 
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Pictured: The robotic arm of NASA’s Perseverance rover is visible 
in this image used by the AI4Mars project. Users outline and

identify different rock and landscape features to help train anartificial intelligence algorithm that will help improve the capabilities

of Mars rovers. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech.