Mountain Views News, Combined Edition Saturday, November 6, 2021

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For the period of Sunday, October 24th through Satur-

The following is a synopsis of crimes reported for the week of Octo

day, October 30th, the Police Department responded to 

ber 24, 2021 - October 30, 2021.

1,028 calls for service, of which 93 required formal investigations. 
The following is a summary report of some of 

October 24, 2021 Burglary (Garage):

the major incidents handled by the Department during 

1400 Block of 1st Street. The victim reported between 10/22/21

this period. 

at 4:00 PM and 10/24/21 at 9:00 AM unknown suspect(s) entered 
his detached shared garage by breaking the lock. Power tools and

Sunday, October 24: 

a printer stolen. Loss was approximately $550, and damages were

1. At 5:08 a.m., an officer responded the office of 
Walter M. Fierson, MD, located at 1245 West Hunting-
approximately $160. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10

ton Drive, regarding a burglary alarm activation. The of-

October 28, 2021. Burglary (Garage):

ficer discovered unidentified suspects shattered the front 

1400 Block of Third Street. The victim reported between 10/27/21 9:00am - 10:00am

window and fled with an unconfirmed amount of eye 

at 7:00 PM and 10/28/21 at 6:00 AM an un-known male entered


her garage by breaking the latch and lock off. The garage appeared

2. At 2:09 p.m., an officer responded to the Arcadia 
to have been ransacked with unknown items stolen. Video surveil-

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of rape that occurred at the Westfield Santa Anita mall,

located at 400 South Baldwin Avenue. The victim stated a 

October 29, 2021 Burglary (Commercial):

blind date resulted in her being sexually assaulted by the 

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940 Hamilton Road (Subway). The victim reported upon arriving

suspect in the mall parking lot. The suspect is described 

to work, the front door was shattered and the reg-ister and its con-

as a 50-year-old White male, 5’8” tall, 140 pounds, with 

tents were missing. While checking security cameras, she observed Looking for TALENT

white hair and blue eyes. The investigation is ongoing. 

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break the front window with a hammer on 10/29/21 at 11:32 pm. Job Fair and find your next candidate. Contact the Ar-

Monday, October 25: 

An Epson register valued at $6,500 and $400 in currency was sto-cadia Chamber di-rectly to schedule your time to pres

3. At 8:20 a.m., an officer responded to a residence 
len. The front door was estimated to cost $2,500 to repair. ent your job offerings. All info will be featured on Arcadia

in the 900 block of Hampton Road regarding a burglary 
report. An investigation revealed burglars broke into the 

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have jobs to present, please email Carrie@ArcadiaCa

home by smashing a glass door. The loss is unknown as 

• Be aware of your surroundings.
of the time of this report. for more info.

• Remember where you parked your car.
4. At 2:20 p.m., an officer responded to a residence 
• If shopping late in the day or after dark, park in an area that
in the 00 block of West Sycamore Avenue regarding a 

Looking for WORK

is well lighted.

burglary report. Surveillance footage captured two sus

• Shop in pairs at the very least. Job Seekers! Learn about local 
pects walking toward the home. The officer determined 

• As you return to your car, make sure to keep your car key in job opportunities in your com-
the suspects smashed a window, they activated the alarm 

your hand. munity, get info on how to apply,

and fled empty-handed. A vehicle parked in the garage 

• Do not leave packages visible in your car. Lock them in the or speak with a job presenter via
was damaged during the incident. The investigation is 

trunk or, if possible, take them directly home. Zoom.

pending a review of the available footage. 

• Avoid carrying large amounts of cash.
5. At 3:46 p.m., an officer responded to the 1000 
block of Fairview Avenue regarding a battery report. An 
RSVP to all events: 

investigation revealed a domestic dispute escalated and 



both parties hit each other in the face. A 55-year-old fe-


male from Arcadia and a 50-year-old male from Arcadia 
were arrested and transported to the Arcadia City Jail. 


Tuesday, October 26: 

Monrovia, California – You couldn’t have picked a worst time to 

6. At 8:47 a.m., an officer responded to the 100 
open a brand new dance academy. But little did founders Jekyns 
block of South First Avenue regarding a theft from ve-

Pelaez and Laura Alexich know what was coming onlyhicle report. Sometime between 6:42 p.m. and 7:45 p.m. 

weeks after they opened SoCal Arts in February of 2020. 
on October 25th, someone stole gasoline from the victim’s 
white Ford van. Surveillance footage revealed the 

Arts organizations of all kinds depend on the gathering of people to 
suspect is a Hispanic male, between the ages of 25 and 

learn, to express, and to interact – together. When the pandemic hit 
30-years-old, approximately 5’5” to 5’8” tall, and was 

just weeks after opening, dance studios across the 
seen wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt, and jeans. He 

nation had to grapple with seemingly insurmountable obstacles to 
was seen exiting an older model grey convertible Ford 

the way they traditionally operate and engage with students. 

7. At 5:25 p.m., an officer responded to Westfield 
Add tenacity and a passion for arts education to the support of 
Santa Anita mall, located at 400 South Baldwin Avenue, 

the City of Monrovia, The Monrovia Chamber of Commerce and 
regarding a theft from vehicle report. The victim discov

a courageous student body, SoCal arts managed to stay in business 
ered the front right tire and rim was stolen from his 2020 

and is now rising from the ashes of 2020. 
Honda Civic. The incident occurred between 4:00 p.m. 
and 5:25 p.m. on October 26th. 

“There were times last year where we thought our students would 

disappear when we had to resort to teaching dance via zoom, and 
Wednesday, October 27: 

we would have to close our studio. But that was not the case, our 

8. At 4:40 a.m., an officer responded to the 1100 
core student body, and parents, stayed relentless with their pursuit 
block of West Duarte Road regarding a mail theft in-

of dance training. 
cident. Surveillance footage captured the suspect force 
open mail boxes from an apartment complex and steal 

They are truly our inspiration” says owner, Jekyns Pelaez. 
mail from at least one victim. The suspect is described as 

Entering the end of their second year, they are pleased to announce 
a Hispanic male wearing a blue baseball hat, grey hood-

Catch breaking news 
their 2021 Nutcracker to end The Rebirth Season. 
ed sweatshirt, black shorts, a blue mask, and carrying ablack backpack. 

The community is invited to SoCal Arts annual Nutcraker. It will be 

held at the Covina Center for the Performing Arts, November 26th 
Thursday, October 28: 

at 1p and 5p, November 27th at 1p and 5p, and 

9. At 9:37 a.m., an officer responded to the 400 
November 28th at 6p. For more information visit: https://www. 
block of Fairview Avenue regarding a vehicle burglary 
report. Sometime between October 1st and 28th, someone 
smashed the front driver-side window and ransacked 
the interior of the vehicle. No loss was reported. 

Call Patricia at 626-818-2698 Today!

10. At 11:43 a.m., officers responded to Citizens 
Arcadia Senior Services in partnership with Methodist 

Business Bank, located at 55 East Huntington Drive, re-

Hospital is offering free flu vaccines on Tuesday, Novem

garding a robbery. An investigation revealed a lone sus

ber 9, 2021 from 10am to 12pm. The flu vaccine will be VACCINATE

pect entered the bank, displayed a handgun, threatened 
the employees, and demanded cash from the safe. The 

administered at the Arcadia Community Center, located 
suspect fled with a large amount of cash. The suspect is 

at 365 Campus Drive, Arcadia 91007. Appointments 
described as a male, White or Hispanic, approximately 

are required as there are limited number of vaccines. WEAR A MASK!

5’6” to 5’11” tall, 160 to 180 pounds, with a light colored 

To book an appointment call Arcadia Senior Services at

long sleeve shirt, light blue jeans, tan or olive colored hat, 


with a silver or white bandana covering his face. 

Friday, October 29:

11. At 10:19 a.m., an officer responded to a residence 
in the 1200 block of San Carlos Road regarding a burglary 
report. Sometime during the previous night, someone 
entered the victim’s garage through an unlocked 
door and fled with various tools. 
12. At 5:23 p.m., an officer responded to a parkinglot in the 100 block of East Duarte Road regarding a battery 
report. The officer discovered an incident of road 
rage resulted in a mutual battery between both parties. 
Neither party was arrested at the time. The investigation 
is ongoing. 
Saturday, October 30:

13. At 2:42 a.m., an officer initiated an enforcement 
stop on a vehicle near the intersection of Huntington 
Drive and Holly Avenue for driving on the wrong side 
of the road. Upon contacting the driver, the officer detected 
a strong odor of alcohol emitting from his breath. 
The 34-year-old male driver displayed obvious signs of 
being under the influence of an alcoholic beverage and 
was arrested and transported to the Arcadia City Jail for 
14. At 4:15 p.m., an officer responded to Westfield 
Santa Anita mall, located at 400 South Baldwin Avenue, 
regarding a theft from vehicle report. The victim discovered 
his catalytic converter had been stolen from his 
2009 Toyota Prius between the hours of 11:34 a.m. and 
4:10 p.m. 
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