Mountain Views News, Sierra Madre Edition [Pasadena] Saturday, August 19, 2017

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NFL Player Chargedwith Assault on Man 
in Pasadena

According to officials, 
an Oakland Raiders 
cornerback has been 
charged with an assault on 
his sister’s boyfriend in Old 

 Deputy District Attorney 
Christopher Stogel said 
Sean Lee Smith faces 
one felony count each of 
assault by means of force 
likely to produce great 
bodily injury and battery 
with serious bodily injury, 
the Los Angeles County 
District Attorney’s Office 
announced Thursday.

The criminal complaint 
includes an allegation that 
Smith inflicted great bodily 
injury upon the victim.

 Arraignment is scheduled 
on Sept. 29 in Department 
D of the Los Angeles 
County Superior Court, 
Pasadena Branch. The case 
was filed for warrant on 
Aug. 16.

Smith allegedly beat 
and then stomped on the 
victim’s head near the 
corner of Arroyo Parkway 
and Colorado Boulevard 
early in the morning on July 
4, the prosecutor said.

 If convicted as charged, the 
defendant faces a possible 
maximum sentence 
of seven years in state 
prison. The case remains 
under investigation by 
the Pasadena Police 

Pet of the 

Dallas (A356029) is a 
mellow 4-year-old terrier 
mix. This friendly boy loves 
people of all ages. He even 
participated in our Summer 
Critter Camp with kids 
ages 9-12. He loves going 
for walks and does great on 
leash. Dallas likes getting 
petted and especially enjoys 
belly rubs. He already 
knows his “sit,” “down” and 
“stay” commands, reducing 
his adoption fee to just $100. 
Dallas appears to get along 
well with other dogs, but 
would prefer a home with 
no cats. If you’re looking for 
a fun-loving big dog, stop 
by and meet Dallas. 

 The adoption fee for dogs 
is $130. All dogs are spayed 
or neutered, microchipped, 
and vaccinated before being 

 New adopters will receive a 
complimentary health-andwellness 
exam from VCA 
Animal Hospitals, as well 
as a goody bag filled with 
information about how to 
care for your pet.

 Call the Pasadena Humane 
Society & SPCA at (626) 
792-7151 to ask about 
A356029, or visit at 361 S. 
Raymond Ave. in Pasadena. 
Adoption hours are 11 a.m. 
to 4 p.m. Sunday; 9 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. Tuesday through 
Friday; and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

 Pets may not be available 
for adoption and cannot be 
held for potential adopters 
by phone calls or email. 
Directions and photos of 
all pets can be found at

'Say No to 

 The next phase of the 
Pasadena’s ban against 
the use of “Styrofoam” or 
polystyrene materials such 
as cups, plates, bowls, meal-
serving trays and take-out 
containers takes effect on 
Tuesday. Restaurants and 
retailers doing business in 
Pasadena will no longer be 
able to sell or distribute food blown by wind or carried 
that uses such materials. through storm drains 
This is the second phase of into wetlands, creeks and 
the City’s polystyrene food waterways. These materials 
packaging ban. The first do not decompose, but can 
year’s ban applied only to easily break into small pieces 
City facilities, operations and that are mistaken for food by 
permitted events.birds, fish and other animals, 

 The purpose of the and, when consumed, can 
polystyrene food packaging cause illness or death.
ban is to eliminate Starting this week, all 
polystyrene and Styrofoam Pasadena restaurants and 
litter and to encourage the food retailers are required 
use of environmentally to use alternative materials 
friendly or reusable products and resources, which may 
that can be readily recycled include:
or composted or decompose Reusable service ware that 
when buried at a landfill.can be cleaned and used 

 Polystyrene or Styrofoam multiple timesmaterials are lightweight Paper plates, bowls and cupsand can easily become litter, Corn starch-based and other 

Rose Bowl Game Tickets to 
go on Sale on September 1

 The Tournament of Roses this either the semifinal between the 
week announced that tickets No. 1 and No. 4 teams in the 
for the 2018 College Football nation or the No. 2 and No. 3 
Playoff Semifinal at the Rose teams.
Bowl Game presented by In addition to the Rose Bowl 
Northwestern Mutual will go Game, there will also be a 
on sale to the general public on semifinal played at the Allstate 
Friday, September 1, at 9 a.m.Sugar Bowl in New Orleans. 

 Tickets will be available online The winners of the two 
or by calling Ticketmaster at semifinal games will advance 
1-800-653-8000. The sale will to play in the College Football 
give fans the first opportunity Playoff National Championship 
to secure tickets for the in Atlanta on January 8.
Granddaddy of Them All®, A maximum of four tickets per 
which will take place Monday, person will be available during 
January 1, at 1 p.m. PT at the the Rose Bowl Game ticket pre-
Rose Bowl Individual ticket prices 

 This year’s Rose Bowl Game start at $185 plus Ticketmaster 
will play host to a College handling fees.
Football Playoff Semifinal, In addition to the Ticketmaster 
featuring two of the top-four pre-sale, fans can also purchase 
teams in the country. The official Rose Bowl Game travel 
four teams that will play in and VIP Ticket and Hospitality 
the College Football PlayoffPackages online through 
Semifinal will be announced PrimeSport.
on Sunday, December 3, via a For more information about 
national broadcast on ESPN. the 2018 College Football Playoff 
The Rose Bowl Game will host visit: 


Sunday, August 6th

6:28 AM – A vehicle was 
reported stolen from the 2000 
block of Sinaloa Avenue. 
Vehicle described as a gray 
2009 Toyota Corolla. Vehicle 
was recovered on 8/9/2017 by 
Gardena PD. 
11:30 PM – A petty theft from 
an unlocked vehicle occurred in 
the 400 block of Concha Street. 
Stolen: red/silver Homelite 
electric weed eater, white coin 
purse, and vouchers. 
Monday, August 7th

7:00 AM – Jose Perez, 38 years 
old of Los Angeles was arrested 
in the 100 block of E. Las Flores 
Drive for battery. 
Tuesday, August 8th

2:29 AM – A residential burglary 
occurred in the 1000 block of E. 
Palm Street. Suspects described 
as two males in their 20’s, 5 
feet 9 inches and 170 pounds. 
Suspects entered the location 
via the unsecure kitchen door. 
Stolen: Mercedes and Porsche 
key fob, black Nine West purse, 
black iPhone 5S, and currency. 
6:00 AM – A battery occurred 
in the 2200 block of Lincoln 
Avenue. Suspect described as 
a male, 25-28 years old, 5 feet 
8 inches – 5 feet 9 inches, and 
160 – 170 pounds. Suspect last 
seen in a dark colored 4-door 
4:24 PM – Larry Root, 61 years 
old of Altadena was arrested 
in the 1100 block of Beverly 
Way for assault with a deadly 
4:30 PM – A vehicle burglary 
occurred in the area of Altadena 
Drive and Roosevelt Avenue. 
Suspect(s) entered the vehicle 
by shattering the window. 
Stolen: black Tory Burch purse, 
pink Tory Burch wallet, and 
Wednesday, August 9th

2:30 AM – A vehicle burglary 
occurred in the 3900 block 
of Old Toll Road. Suspect(s) 
entered the vehicle via unknown 
means. Stolen: pink Remington 
hair dryer, silver padlocks, and 
pink pouch containing earbuds. 
10:15 AM – A residential 
burglary occurred in the 1200 
block of Sunny Oaks Circle. 
Suspect(s) entered the residence 
by shattering the bedroom 
window. Stolen: watch. 

11:44 AM – A vehicle was 
reported stolen from the 90 
block of E. Pine Street. Vehicle 
described as a black 2006 
Honda Civic. 
2:00 PM – A vehicle burglary 
occurred in the 700 block of E. 
Mariposa Avenue. Suspect(s) 
entered the vehicle by shattering 
the window. Stolen: black 
Hurley backpack, black Bose 
headphones, black Von Zipper 
sunglasses, and black wallet. 
7:20 PM – Jesus Carrillo, 20 
years old of Altadena was 
arrested in the 2200 block of 
Raymond Lane for possession 
of a controlled substance. 
Thursday, August 10th

8:45 AM – A residential burglary 
occurred in the 1400 block of E. 
Palm Street. Suspect(s) entered 
the residence by shattering a 
window. Stolen: men’s jewelry. 
8:45 AM – A residential 
burglary occurred in the 
2000 block of Skyview Drive. 
Suspect(s) entered the location 
by removing the window 
screen. Stolen: silver iPad and 
black Monte Blanc pen. 
9:25 AM – An attempted 
residential burglary occurred 
in the 3600 block of Canon 
Boulevard. Suspect attempted 
to make entry via the front 
door. No entry made. 
7:10 PM – Phillip Saravia, 
28 years old of Pasadena was 
arrested in the area of Hill 
Avenue and Washington 
Boulevard for possession of a 
controlled substance. 
Friday, August 11th

5:10 AM – A vehicle burglary 
occurred in the 2700 block 
of Olive Avenue. Suspect(s) 
entered the vehicle by punching 
the door lock. Stolen: red/black 
Snap On electric drill and red/
white Makita electric drill. 
11:03 PM – An assault with 
a deadly weapon occurred in 
the 400 block of W. Mariposa 
Street. No injuries reported. 
decomposable products

 Violations should be 
reported to the Pasadena 
Citizen Service Center 
by calling (626) 744-7311 
or online at the website 
address noted below in this 
announcement. A free smart 
phone app is also available to 
use on cell phones or tablets. 


 Residents and businesses 
can safely dispose of 
electronic waste and have 
personal and business 
documents shredded at 
the City’s popular free 
event 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The event will be held 
in Parking Lot I near the 
Rose Bowl Stadium and 
Brookside Park, 360 N. 
Arroyo Blvd.

Look for signs directing 
you to the shreddingtrucks and e-waste 
collection sites that will 
be arranged at differentstations in Parking Lot I.
All motorists and bicyclistsare advised to use caution 
while traveling throughthe area as these events are 

E-waste items include 
computers, keyboards,
printers, monitors, 
laptops, docking stations,
scanners, shredders, fax 
machines, computer mice,
telephones, televisions, 
flat screens, VCRs, DVD 
players, PDAs, cassette 
players, tape drives, stereos 
and household batteries. 
Many of these productshave parts that can berecycled.

 Public Works is also 
helping residents and 
businesses prevent identitytheft by providing free 
paper shredding during the 
event. The public can bringa maximum of five legal-
size boxes for shredding.
Sensitive documents 
such as receipts, checks,
pre-approved credit 
applications, credit cardstatements, outdated tax 
returns, are suggesteditems for shredding.

The event is sponsoredby the City’s Departmentof Public Works. For 
more information go 
PublicWorks or call (626) 

Kings of 88to Play FreeConcert 

 Free concert at Farnsworth 
Park at 7:00pm at the 
amphitheater. The Sheriff ’s 
Support Group of Altadena 
presents the 21st Annual 
Summer Concert Series at 
Farnsworth Park, located at 
568 E. Mount Curve Ave.

 Known for getting crowds 
on their feet to dance and 
sing the night away. The Kings 
of 88 present a fun filled 
tribute to the masters of 88keys, 
including Elton John, 
Billy Joel, Stevie Wonder, 
Fats Domino, Dr. John, Ray 
Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis, and 
many more. With something 
for everyone it’s not unusual 
for them to cover 15 or more 
different artists from music 
from every decade. 

Forces of Nature II, TheBeauty Of Woodworking

 Forces of Nature II 
woodworking demonstration 
by artist and Rockler 
Woodworking and Hardware 
expert Pete Carta, who will 
show how to turn a wood 
platter, September 2, from 

1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Los 
Angeles County Arboretum 
and Botanic Garden, 301 
N. Baldwin Ave. Arcadia, 
Demonstration included in 
regular admission. 
Carta is one of the 120 
artists using wood from 
Arboretum trees to create art 
for the Forces of Nature II 
exhibit December 1-10. The 

Council to Vote on Union 
Street Protected Bikeway

public. There will be three 

 The city council is set outreach phases: the first 
Monday night to have City will reintroduce the project 
Manager Steve Mermell enter and solicit input, the second 
into a contract, with OKS will be to present and solicit 
Associates for consultant input on sixty percent design, 
services for the preparation and the third phase will be to 
of environmental present and solicit input on 
documentation, preliminary ninety percent design.”
engineering, preparation Residents in the area have 
of plans, specifications, already expressed concerns 
estimate (PS&E), right-of-over removing lanes on 
way and public outreach for Union Street; currently 
the Union Street Two-way Union is a one way street.
Protected Bikeway (Cycle The item is on the council’s 
Track) Project for an amount consent calendar, items 
not to exceed $999,714 which are approved by 
according to the city’s staff one motion, although the 
report.public does have the right 

 “Prior to the development to comment on any item on 
of design the OKS Team will the agenda. The city council 
address all safety and ADA meets at 6:30 p.m. in the city 
concerns identified by the council chambers. 

Free Events Roundup at thePasadena Senior Center 

demonstration is presented 
by Rockler Woodworking 
and Hardware, presenting 
sponsor of Forces of Nature 

For more information, visit or call 
There is something for 
everyone in August at the 
Pasadena Senior Center, 85 

E. Holly St. You do not have 
to be a member to attend. 
Some events require advance 
reservations as noted. 
A Toast to the Joys of 
Music – Tuesdays to Aug. 
29, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. 
Tom Campbell will play 
guitar and sing songs in the 
Senior Center Lounge. Stop 
by and enjoy his covers of 
traditional country, country 
rock, blues, folk, gospel and 
classic rock originally made 
famous by Willie Nelson, 
Merle Haggard, Vince Gill, 
Elvis Presley, B.B. King, Neil 
Young, The Grateful Dead, 
The Rolling Stones and many 

Concerts in the Park 

– Tuesdays, to Aug. 29, 
from 6 to 7 p.m. The Gold 
Shell at Memorial Park, just 
behind the Pasadena Senior 
Center, will be bustling with 
entertainment with during 
this concert series for people 
of all ages. Aug. 22: Lisa 
Haley and the Zydekats. 
Aug. 29: The Great American 
Swing Band. Bring a lawn 
chair and a picnic for the 
perfect summer experience 
with family and friends.
A Matter of Balance – 
Tuesdays, to Sept. 19, from 1 
to 3 p.m. Are you concerned 
about falling? Learn how to 
reduce the fear of falling and 
increase balance and activity 
levels during this eight-week, 
interactive workshop that 
combines discussion, video 
and exercise. Reservations 
are required: 626-685-6732.

Scenic Walkers Club – 
Wednesdays to Aug. 30,
at 10 a.m. Enjoy a series of 
leisurely walks in the great 
outdoors. Alan Colville will 
give you a list of items to 
bring, let you know what 
to expect, provide detailed 
itineraries and arrange 
transportation. For more 
information or to sign up, 
email alancolville@charter. 
net or call 626-221-3741.

 Domino Club – 
Thursdays to Aug. 31, at 1 

p.m. If you’ve never played 
Chicken Foot dominoes 
before, or even if you have, 
come join the fun as Vicki 
Leigh leads participants in 
a rollicking version of the 
game that is easy enough for 
beginners yet challenging 
enough for more seasoned 
players. Oh, and please 
excuse the laughter every 
Thursday…it’s contagious! 
For more information call 
Vicki at 928-478-4654. 

Opera Talk: Carmen 

– Monday, Aug. 21, at 
1 p.m. An LA Opera 
community educator will 
take participants through 
Georges Bizet’s dramatic 
opera “Carmen.” A seductive 
gypsy who works at a 
cigarette factory in Seville 
captures the heart of a 
soldier who goes AWOL 
to pursue her despite her 
unfaithfulness, culminating 
in a final showdown outside 
the bullring. 
My Gift to You: The 
Importance of Planning 
Ahead – Thursday, Aug. 24, 
at 10 a.m. If you’re not sure 
what to do when a loved one 
passes away or how to prepare 
for your own passing, you 
are not alone. By planning 
ahead, you can prevent 
emotional and financial 
hardships. Learn the steps to 
take ahead of time as well as 
the processes involved, and 
get your questions answered. 
Presented by Forest Lawn.

 Low/Town – Friday, Aug. 
25, at 5 p.m. Rachael Worby, 
artistic director of MUSE/
IQUE, will be joined by 
some orchestra members in 
a celebration of Motown in 
the spirit of American jazz 
and inspired by the 100th 
birthdays of Ella Fitzgerald, 
Dizzy Gillespie, Lena Horne, 
Desi Arnaz and Thelonious 
Monk. Light refreshments 
will be served. Please RSVP 
at the Welcome Desk or by 
calling 626-795-4331.

Heart-Healthy Eating 

– Thursday, Aug. 31, at 
10 a.m. It takes more than 
avoiding unhealthy foods to 
prevent a heart attack. Learn 
what kinds of healthy foods 
are best. Presented by Regal 
Medical Group. 
For more information visit 
org or call 626-795-4331.

 Founded in 1960, the 
Pasadena Senior Center is 
an independent nonprofit 
organization that offers 
recreational, educational, 
wellness and social services 
to people ages 50 and older. 

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