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Burglary suspect arrested after being tackled and held by La Crescenta man

A 17-year-old boy was tackled and detained by a man after reportedly burglarizing a La Crescenta home Saturday morning, according to the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station. Deputies responded to a burglary call from a home in the 2800 block of Paraiso Way sometime around 8:20 a.m. Sheriff’s Lt....

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  • No injuries reported in La Crescenta house fire, authorities say

    No injuries reported in La Crescenta house fire, authorities say

    Authorities are investigating a house fire that broke out in a La Crescenta home Wednesday evening. Crews from both the Los Angeles County and Glendale fire departments battled the blaze, which was reported sometime around 6:20 p.m. in the 2800 block of Altura Avenue. Anita Shandi, a spokeswoman...

  • Crescenta Valley Water District plans to raise bills an average of $6

    Crescenta Valley Water District plans to raise bills an average of $6

    Crescenta Valley Water District customers can expect a $6 average increase to their monthly bills. The board of directors voted in favor of rate and service increases Tuesday as part of the district’s annual budget. Directors voted 4-1 to pass a resolution that would implement the increases. Board...

  • Driver at fault in fatal collision that killed La Crescenta motorcyclist, police say

    Driver at fault in fatal collision that killed La Crescenta motorcyclist, police say

    The Glendale Police Department has determined that a 60-year-old woman was at fault for a fatal vehicle collision that killed a 19-year-old La Crescenta man in late May. Michael Nelson was riding his motorcycle near the intersection of Foothill Boulevard and New York Avenue in north Glendale around...

  • Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station among first to try nasal spray kits used to treat opioid overdoses

    Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station among first to try nasal spray kits used to treat opioid overdoses

    The Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station is one of three in Los Angeles County to be selected for a pilot program that will arm deputies with a nasal spray to treat people suffering from an opioid overdose, officials announced last week. In a news conference last Thursday, Sheriff Jim McDonnell explained...

  • Community mourns and remembers 19-year-old La Crescenta man

    Community mourns and remembers 19-year-old La Crescenta man

    More than 200 friends and family members turned out Friday afternoon to mourn the death and celebrate the life of a 19-year-old La Crescenta man who died in a motorcycle accident late May. Packed into the pews at Montrose Church’s Pasadena-Bresee campus, many in attendance were wearing clothing...

  • La Crescenta family’s poodle dies in apparent bobcat attack

    La Crescenta family’s poodle dies in apparent bobcat attack

    A La Crescenta family’s 10-year-old poodle is dead this week after being mauled, possibly by a bobcat or mountain lion, according to its owner. It was around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday when Michelle Duque Gottlieb arrived home, near the intersection of La Crescenta and Orange avenues, after work. Having...

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