The following incidents were taken from police reports.
MEDIA DISTRICT WEST
4400 block of West Olive Avenue: A 27-year-old Woodland Hills man
reported Tuesday that co-workers threatened and battered him in two
incidents at at 8 p.m. Dec. 7 and at 3 p.m. Dec. 8 while he was working,
police said. The man told police that a co-worker punched him following
an argument Dec. 7. On Dec. 8, the man reported a different co-worker
began an argument with him and shoved him into a wall. The man was
treated by a doctor following the second incident, police said. The
matter remains under investigation. No arrests were made.
MEDIA DISTRICT NORTH
2200 block of North Frederic Street: A woman called police at 8:55
p.m. Tuesday after finding a 3-year-old Burbank girl crying on her front
porch. The girl apparently wandered away from her home on Frederic Street
after her father fell asleep. The Department of Children Services
returned the child to her family after the father awoke, realized his
daughter was missing and called 911.
Intersection of Riverside Drive and Evergreen Street: A 40-year-old
Los Angeles man was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence
after crashing into a cement bus bench at 11:05 p.m. Tuesday. The man
apparently failed to negotiate an “S” curve on Riverside Drive, veered
off the road and crashed in the bus bench, which was knocked over and
cracked. A witness told officers the man tried to restart his car but he
took the keys away from him. Police said the man’s blood alcohol content
was more than twice the legal limit.
100 block of North San Fernando Boulevard: A 56-year-old Burbank man
was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs and
alcohol at 3:35 p.m. Wednesday. The man allegedly hit another car as he
was backing out of a parking space on San Fernando Boulevard and drove
away. The accident did not cause any injuries. Officers stopped the man
in his car at Buena Vista Street and Victory Boulevard.
500 block of North Sixth Street: A 23-year-old Burbank man was
arrested on suspicion of possession of stolen property Wednesday at 9:15
a.m. The officer said he stopped the man for a traffic violation and
noticed a .22 caliber bullet near the driver’s door handle. When the
officer asked the man if he had a gun in the car the man said he had a
shotgun, police said. The officers searched the car and allegedly found a
blue steel shotgun as well as a police baton, a taser gun, a knife and
12-gauge shotgun shells. The shotgun had been reported stolen according
to a records check, police said.