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Fast, Local Santa Clarita Bail Bonds

If someone you know has been arrested and taken into custody at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff Station and needs your assistance to bail them out, it can be stressful for all those involved. We understand, and we can help. When a person is arrested and taken into custody, it usually comes as a surprise - leaving those [...]

Christmas Events in Los Angeles County 2014

So, what's your plan this holiday season? Will you be meeting up with family and friends to celebrate? Christmas falls on a Thursday this year, which means there's going to be plenty of time over the weekend to take in some of the fantastic events being held all over Los Angeles. Like every holiday, the [...]

Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Warns of Phone Scam Involving Impersonation of Deputies

A phone scam targeting Los Angeles residents has been reported recently, and it's a scary one. It begins with a scammer contacting their victim by phone and impersonating an LASD employee. The victim is then told that there is an outstanding warrant for their arrest, usually for not showing up for jury duty. After that, [...]

Redondo Beach Doctor Arrested for Selling Prescription Drugs

An undercover investigation resulted in the arrest of Dr. Gerard Goyle and his assistant Wilfred Arvizo, of A Better Weigh weight loss clinic in Redondo Beach, an area in California's South Bay. After receiving a tip, local law enforcement began to look into the dealings of Dr. Goyle and his weight loss clinic. After learning [...]

Illegal Fireworks Warning from Santa Clarita Sheriff Station Deputies

Southern California is hot, dry, and prone to fires. When you add into the mix the use of illegal fireworks, it could end up being a recipe for disaster. As such, Santa Clarita Sheriff Station deputies have been raising awareness about the fact that fireworks are illegal in the SCV and to let residents know [...]

One Arrested After Fleeing Suspected Drug Lab in Compton

In the early morning hours of Tuesday, June 17th, LASD deputies noticed a home on fire near Tajauta Street in Compton. As deputies drew nearer to the home, they saw a van fleeing the scene and followed it. After a high speed chase, one suspect exited the van and continued to flee on foot. After [...]

Suspect Sought in Long Beach Regarding Animal Cruelty

It's sad to report that in Long Beach, a California brown pelican was found on a beach with its pouch, (the fleshy area beneath its beak), slashed by a sharp instrument. The cut went from the front of the pelican's beak, and continued in a straight line all the way back, ending in what would [...]

Predictive Policing Experiment Underway in Los Angeles Police Department Pacific Division

Imagine a world in which there are three psychics used by law enforcement to predict murders before they happen. As a result, authorities are able to reach the would-be criminal before he is able to fulfill his murderous desires and the intended victim is spared. If that sounds like science fiction, you're right -- it's [...]

CHP to Conduct DUI Checkpoint in Santa Clarita March 21st

California Highway Patrol Most of the DUI checkpoints conducted in the Santa Clarita Valley and surrounding areas are generally held by the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department. This time around, however, CHP officers from the Newhall area office will be conducting a DUI checkpoint in unincorporated Santa Clarita from 6:30 p.m. Friday, March 21st until 2:30 [...]

Burglaries Continue to Plague the Santa Clarita Valley

Overall, the crime rate in Santa Clarita is pretty low. Unlike other areas in and around Los Angeles County, residents can walk the streets pretty much anywhere in the valley without fear of experiencing gang-related crimes, pick-pocketing, etc. However, 2013 has seen the occurrence of burglaries rise in the SCV. According to FBI data, burglaries in [...]

By |January 9th, 2014|Community Awareness, Santa Clarita News|Comments Off on Burglaries Continue to Plague the Santa Clarita Valley