Mountain Views News, Combined Edition Saturday, December 25, 2021

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Mountain View News Saturday, December 25, 2021 
Volunteer at the The South 
Pasadena Nature Park

 The Friends of the Nature Bring plenty of water 
Park was created as a Bring gardening gloves and 
community stewardship tools (weeders, trowels, 
group for the park. Join us on whatever you use in your 
Saturdays (usually the third own garden), there are extra 
Saturday of the month – with tools and gloves for those 
no cleanups in July, August who need them 
and December – at the South Wear comfortable work 
Pas Nature Park on Pasadena clothes, including work shoes 
Ave. to plant, remove weeds (sneakers or boots) and long 
and litter, build paths, and pants 
enjoy the park. Come for the Bring binoculars for 
whole time, for an hour, or birdwatching (optional)
just stop by to say hello! Children must be under

 The South Pas Nature Park adult supervision at all times. 
(officially The South Pasadena There is poison oak in the 
Arroyo Seco Woodland and park that we will point out 
Wildlife Park) is a small before starting. Also, if you 
parcel along the Arroyo Seco are expecting a group of 10 
graced with mature coast live or more, please email me 
oaks, southern walnuts and so that we can have enough 
western sycamores. Planted tools. 
with sage, buckwheat and The South Pas Nature 
other native coastal sage Park is a 4-acre habitat park 
scrub plants the park provides along the Arroyo Seco. The 
an inviting environment for entrance, marked by a small 
birds, lizards, squirrels and plaque on an attractive river 
numerous other critters. rock wall, is in the 100 block 
Locals too enjoy walking, of Pasadena Avenue in South 
jogging and horseback riding Pasadena, east of the York 
through the park. Street Bridge. There is plentyWhere: 100 block of of on-street parking on 
Pasadena Avenue in So Pas, Pasadena Avenue. 
east of York Street Bridge Upcoming Cleanups (2021 –
When: Usually 3rd Saturday 2022) 
of the month, 9 am – noon Jan 15, 2022 
(no cleanups in July, August Feb 19, 2022 
and December) Mar 19, 2022Nature Park volunteers Apr 16, 2022 
should: May 21, 2022Bring and wear a face mask June 18, 2022 

– covering both mouth and No scheduled cleanups in 
nose july and august 
Wear sunscreen, hat, For more information visit: 
Holiday Safety Tips for Pets 

3. Be vigilant with 
As the winter holidays decorations 
approach, your home may be Keep breakable ornaments 
filled with festive food, decor, up high on the tree where 
and more. Keep these tips in curious pets can’t reach. The 
mind to make sure your pets same is true for Christmas 
stay safe during your holiday lights, which can pose an 
celebrations: electrocution risk if bitten. 

1. Avoid giving your pets Always unplug Christmas 
“people food” lights when you’re not 
Food is a huge part of the actively supervising your 
holidays, but so much of pet. Tinsel can be temptingit isn’t good for our furry for cats to play with but can 
friends. Onions and garlic cause intestinal blockages if 
are toxic to pets, so make swallowed. Opt for artificial 
sure you keep ingredients holly and mistletoe, since 
out of reach when cooking the real thing can cause 
Thanksgiving dinner. vomiting. And if you have 
Alcohol is also hazardous to a menorah, don’t leave a lit 
cats and dogs, so don’t leave flame unattended, or opt for 
your glass or wine or eggnog flameless candles to be extra 
unattended. Cooked turkey safe. 
bones can be a serious danger, 4. Keep an eye on gift 
as they can easily splinter in wrapping supplies 
an animal’s digestive tract. If Wrapping paper, string, 
you want your pet to indulge and ribbon are tempting for 
with you for the holidays, pets to play with, but can 
only purchase treats and be dangerous if swallowed. 
chews made specifically for Use caution when keeping 
them. wrapped presents under the 
2. Pet-proof your Christmas tree, or better yet, keep them 
trees out of reach until it’s time to 
Pine needles are mildly toxic open them. 
to pets and can potentially 5. Create a sanctuary space 
puncture the intestines, so New Years’ Eve fireworks, 
if you catch your cat or dog Christmas poppers, and 
trying to eat them, move the even holiday carolers can 
tree to a room you can close make noise that may frighten 
off or stick to an artificial your pet. And if you’re 
tree. If you have a live tree, entertaining guests, your 
the tree water can contain pet may feel stressed by new 
preservatives that can upset people in the home. Always 
your pet’s stomach, so cover make sure they have a a safe, 
your tree stand to prevent soothing space to go to – like 
pets from having access a closed off room – if they 
to the water. If your cat is need to get away from scary 
climbing your tree, make sounds or strangers. 
sure it’s securely anchored so For more visit: 
it won’t tip over. 
Leann Rimes to Kick Off 
the 2022 Rose Parade

Performance to 
feature Louisiana’s 
own Laine Hardy andthe Hot 8 Brass Band 

The Pasadena Tournament 
of Roses announced that 
this year’s 133rd Rose 
Parade will kick off with teachers and wise souls that

a special performance by 

have made a positive impact

LeAnn Rimes (pictured). 

on her life. LeAnn is currently

The Opening Spectacular 

serving as the inspiration

will feature a re-mixed and 
re-mastered song created judge on the discovery+ 

competition series, Meet

especially for the 2022 Rose 

Your Makers Showdown,

Parade titled, “Throw My 

which started streaming this

Arms Around the World.” 

past November.

Rimes, who first appeared

 The Tournament also

in the Rose Parade in 2006, 

announced the Mid-

will be accompanied by 

Parade Performance will be

the Rose Parade Dancers, 

presented by the Louisiana

the Mark Keppel Dance 

Office of Tourism. The 2022

Company, Rose Parade Flag 

Mid-Parade Performance

Bearers and four drummers. 

fulfills Louisiana’s promise

The powerful performance 

to feed your soul with an

will end in fireworks and 

unforgettable rendition of

set the stage for the exciting 

Born on the Bayou, featuring

two-hour parade featuring 

Laine Hardy, season 17

stunning floral floats, and 

winner of American Idol, and

talented marching bands and 

the Hot 8 Brass Band – the

equestrian units from across 

New Orleans-based group

the country. 

that blends hip-hop, jazz and

LeAnn Rimes is an 

funk styles with traditional

international multi-platinum 

New Orleans brass sounds.

selling acclaimed singer and 

Mention Louisiana and

ASCAP award-winning 

images of Mardi Gras, jazz

songwriter who has sold 

clubs and late-night revelry

more than 48 million units 

are most likely the first things

globally, won two Grammy® 

that come to mind. But there

Awards; 12 Billboard Music 

is far more to Louisiana

Awards; two World Music 

than the Crescent City—and

Awards; three Academy of 

likewise, New Orleans is

Country Music Awards; two 

much more than the French

Country Music Association 

Quarter and Fat Tuesday.

Awards and one Dove Award.

 With this year’s float and

At 14, Rimes won “Best 

mid-parade performance,

New Artist”, making her the 

Louisiana invites the world

youngest recipient to take 

to come to Louisiana

home a Grammy® Award. 

and experience all it has

Now celebrating her 25th 

to offer. But Louisiana

anniversary as a recording 

isn’t for spectators. It’s for

artist, commemorating the 

participants— for those who

release of her debut album 

want to not only live the

“Blue,” and dreaming about 

moment, but also to become

the future release of her next 

the moment.

studio album, “God’s Work”,

 Celebrating the diverse

in early 2022, LeAnn Rimes 

beauty and unique cultures

will once again kick off the 

of Louisiana, this gorgeous

new year with the Pasadena 

float features the iconic

Tournament of Roses family. 

wrought-iron balconies,

Passionate about using her 

lamp posts and moss-draped

voice to help heal the world, 

cypress swamps that make

LeAnn released a chant 

Louisiana beautiful, as well

record in November of 2020 

as the music and zest for life

called CHANT: The Human 

of the people of this great

& The Holy. Rimes continues 


her wellness journey while 

For millions of viewers

embodying the Rose 

around the world, the Rose

Parade theme, “Dream. 

Parade is an iconic New

Believe. Achieve.”, with two 

Year’s Day tradition. Join us

seasons of her iHeartRadio 

on Saturday, January 1, 2022,

podcast, Wholly Human, 

to experience the floats,

which brings her lifestyle 

bands and equestrians as

blog, Soul of EverLe, to life 

they parade down Colorado

and introduces fans to the 


Update to SymphonyVaccination PolicyBooster now Required

 The Pasadena Symphony performances starting 
announces an update to January 22, 2022. 
our COVID-19 vaccination Moderna recipients ages 18requirement 
for all audience plus and Pfizer recipients 
members, staff and artists ages 16-plus are eligible for a 
for concerts at Ambassador booster 6 months after their 
Auditorium. All who are second vaccine dose. 
eligible must have received Johnson & Johnson vaccine 
a COVID-19 booster dose recipients ages 18-plus 
in addition to being fully are eligible for a booster 2 
vaccinated in order to attend months after their initial 


For more information, pleasesee the CDC’s guidance onboosters here. 
Children 5 years and olderwho are fully vaccinated 
(final dose is at least 14 daysprior to performance) andadults who have been fullyvaccinated but are not yeteligible for a booster, will be 
allowed to attend. 
Along with a ticket, attendees 
must bring a photo ID 
and either their physicalvaccination card, a pictureof their vaccination card, or 
a digital vaccination recordfor entry. All California 
residents may request a 
digital vaccination record.
Additionally, all attendees 
must wear masks while inside 
Ambassador Auditorium at 
all times. 
For our most up to datesafety guidelines, click thebutton below or contact 
the box office with any 
questions at boxoffice@
org or 626-793-7172. 

Celebrate the HolidaySeason Responsibly:
Don’t Drive Drunk or 'High' 

National “Drive of alcohol and/or drugs. Theextra enforcement effort is

Sober or Get Pulled 

part of a national campaign,

Over” Enforcement 

Drive Sober or Get PulledCampaign Over, with the goal of 
stopping suspected impaired

 his holiday season, the drivers who put others on the 
Pasadena Police Department road at risk. 
reminds the public to “When it comes to 
celebrate the holiday season consuming drugs and/or 

responsibly by not driving alcohol and driving, there is 
under the influence. a right and wrong choice,” 
The Pasadena Police Lieutenant Anthony Russo 
Department is committed to said. “Make the right choice 
keeping our community safe by not driving impaired so 

and encourages everyone to everyone is able to enjoy the 
stay in for the night or use holidays.” 
a designated sober driver if Impaired driving is not 
you have consumed alcohol, just from alcohol. Do your 

marijuana, prescription, or research and understand 

over-thecounter drugs that how certain drugs may affect 
may impair. your driving ability. 
From now through New Funding for this program is 
Year’s Day, the Pasadena provided by a grant from the 
Police Department will have California Office of Traffic 
additional officers on patrol Safety, through the National 
looking for drivers suspected Highway Traffic Safety 
of being under the influence Administration. 


For the period of Sunday, December 12, 2021 throughSaturday, December 25, 2021, the Police Departmentresponded to 473 calls for service. One residential burglary,
one commercial burglary, and zero attempted commercialburglaries occurred during the reporting week. The followingis a summary report of the key incidents handled by the SanMarino Police Department during this reporting timeframe.
Sunday, December 12, 2021

8:51 A.M. / Vehicle AccidentHuntington Drive and West Haven RoadA solo vehicle collision occurred at the indicated location. 
Monday, December 13, 202
9:17 A.M. / PC 530.5 – Identity Theft2700 Block of Tura Lane 
Victim reported that unknown suspect(s) used the victim’spersonal information to open a fraudulent account.
Tuesday, December 14, 2021
6:16 A.M. / WIC 5150 – Mental Evaluation and or Treatment2200 Block of Sherwood Road 
Officers responded to a call for service. Officers determinedan individual at the scene would be transported to a localhospital for evaluation by the hospital’s mental health staff.
9:08 A.M. / Incident Report1800 Block of South Euclid Avenue 
Report made for documentation purposes for a fallen tree.
2:51 P.M. / PC 532 – FraudSan Marino Police Department LobbyVictim reported fraud committed by unknown suspect(s).
Wednesday, December 15, 2021
12:44 A.M. / PC 484 – Petty Theft2400 Block of Ridgeway RoadUnknown suspect(s) removed package from victim’s porch.
5:14 P.M. / PC 530.5 – Identity TheftSan Marino Police Department LobbyVictim reported that unknown suspect(s) used the victim’spersonal information to open a fraudulent account.
7:30 P.M. / 901T – Traffic Collision with InjurySan Marino Avenue and Lorain Road 
A two vehicle collision occurred at the indicated location. 
Thursday, December 16, 2021
7:31 A.M. / PC 459 – Commercial Burglary2300 Block of Huntington DriveUnknown suspect(s) pried the backdoor of the business andtook property and cash. The unknown suspect(s) then fled inan unknown direction by unknown means.
2:20 P.M. / Incident Report1700 Block of Huntington DriveReport made for documentation purposes regarding a threatthat was deemed not credible by responding officers.
9:04 P.M. / PC 484 – Petty Theft2000 Block of Courtland Avenue 
Unknown suspect(s) removed items off victim’s front porch.
Friday, December 17, 2021
2:03 P.M. / PC 530.5 – Identity TheftSan Marino Police Department LobbyVictim reported that unknown suspect(s) fraudulentlycashed out one of the victim’s checks. 
10:53 P.M. / Multiple ViolationsEast Huntington Drive and North Monterey Street 
Officers assigned to the OTS Driving Under the InfluenceSaturation Operation Patrol, attempted to make a trafficenforcement detention on a vehicle for a traffic infraction. 
The suspect evaded officers and collided into two other 
vehicles. After the collision, the suspect fled from the sceneof the collision. After fleeing from the scene, the suspect hidin the rear yard of residences. The suspect continued to fleerunning from residence to residence. After a containmentsearch, the suspect was located and apprehended.

 Upon apprehension, the subject was discovered to be ajuvenile, who was under the influence of what appearedalcohol based on objective signs. The juvenile was in 
possession of a fraudulent driver’s license from out of stateand was unlicensed in the State of California. The juvenilewas also on formal probation and in violation of the probation 
Officers made contact with the juvenile’s parents and thejuvenile was cited for the traffic and criminal offenses. Thejuvenile was released on his own recognizance, to the parents.
The juvenile was charged with the following: CVC 23123.5– Cellphone Violation; CVC 2800.1 – Evading; CVC 20002 –
Hit and Run; CVC 12500 – Unlicensed Driver; CVC 23152 – 
Driving under the Influence; CVC 23103 – Reckless Driving;
PC 148 – Obstruction of Justice; PC 470 – Possession of aFraudulent Identification Card; PC 602 - Trespassing; WIC602 
Saturday, December 25, 2021

4:22 P.M. / PC 484 – Petty Theft1500 Block of Wilson Avenue 
Unknown suspect(s) removed items off victim’s front porch.
7:14 P.M. / PC 459 – Residential Burglary1200 Block of Roanoke Road 
Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim’s property andransacked the entire residence. The unknown suspect(s) fledin an unknown direction by unknown means. 
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