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For the period of Sunday, September 
10th through Saturday, September 
16th, the Police Department responded 
to 1,043 calls for service, of which 
90 required formal investigations. 
The following is a summary report of 
some of the incidents handled by the 
Department during this period.

Monday, September 11:

1. At 6:27 p.m., an officer responded 
to a residence in the 400 block 
of East Wistaria Ave-nue regarding 
a burglary investigation. The officer 
determined unidentified suspect(s) 
smashed a rear glass door, cut the wiring 
to the alarm and camera system, 
and fled with an unknown amount of 
property. The crime happened sometime 
between September 1st and 11th.

Tuesday, September 12:

2. At 4:59 a.m., an officer responded 
to Smart Inside, a business 
located at 11901 Goldring Road, regarding 
the activation of an audible 
alarm. Surveillance footage captured 
a lone male suspect shatter the front 
glass door and the victim determined 
he fled with stolen hair dryers and 
electric scooters.

3. At 7:37 p.m., an officer responded 
to the 11700 block of Clark 
Street regarding a physi-cal altercation 
between two subjects. A review 
of the surveillance footage revealed an 
ar-gument resulted in a battery when 
the suspect pushed the victim. The 
investigation is on-going and the suspect, 
a 49-year-old male from Covina, 
is outstanding.

Wednesday, September 13:

4. At 6:37 a.m., officers responded 
to The Derby, located at 233 East 
Huntington Drive, re-garding a robbery 
investigation. Surveillance cameras 
captured two male suspects pried 
open a side door and once inside, they 
encountered an employee and threatened 
him to not move while they ransacked 
the office. The suspects are described 
as two Black males. They fled 
in a black SUV. The loss is unknown.

5. At 8:58 p.m., an officer responded 
to a residence in the 1500 
block of Greenfield Avenue regarding 
an attempted residential burglary. An 
investigation revealed the suspect(s) 
smashed a sliding glass door but were 
scared off by the resident. They did not 
enter the home and fled emptyhanded. 

Thursday, September 14:

6. At 11:13 p.m., an officer initiated 
a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 
area of Mayflower Av-enue and East 
Live Oak Avenue for making an illegal 
U-turn. The officer tried to get 
the vehicle to pull over but the driver, 
identified as a Hispanic male, failed 
to stop and sped away. An area check 
was conducted, and the vehicle was 
located in the 3300 block of Lynd Avenue 
but the driver had fled. Surveillance 
cameras captured the incident 
and provided suspect descriptions of a 
Hispanic male and a Hispanic female. 
The suspects were located a short time 
later in the 4400 block of East Live 
Oak Avenue. Upon con-tacting the 
suspects, the officer detected a strong 
odor of alcohol emitting from the 
male driver’s breath. A records check 
revealed the male was in violation of 
a protective order, driving with a suspended 
license, and had prior DUI arrests. 
The 23-year-old male from Covina 
was arrested and was transported 
to the Arcadia City Jail for booking.

Saturday, September 16:

7. At 7:45 p.m., an officer responded 
to The Shops at Santa Anita, 
located at 400 South Baldwin Avenue, 
regarding a stolen vehicle investigation. 
Sometime between 9:00 a.m. and 
7:40 p.m. on September 16th, someone 
stole the victim’s Kia Soul from the 
parking lot. The vehicle was later located 
by Los Angeles County Sheriff 
Department, Century Station. 

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