The following incidents were taken from police reports.
* 3400 W. Magnolia Blvd.: Police are investigating a robbery at Bank
of America at 8:39 a.m. Friday. A woman who works at the bank entered the
building, which was still closed, with her key. When she turned to lock
the door, a man pushed the door open, showed her a gun and ordered her to
give him money. A second man entered the bank with a black bag and the
two collected an undisclosed amount of money, police said.
* 600 block of Whitnall Highway: Police are investigating three car
burglaries reported at 10:15 a.m. Sunday. The cars, which were parked in
an underground lot for an apartment building, were burglarized late
Saturday or early Sunday. A window was broken in each car and a variety
of items were taken, including car stereos, cash and an organizer.
MEDIA DISTRICT WEST
* 2000 block of West Alameda Avenue: Police are investigating an
assault with a deadly weapon that apparently resulted from road rage,
police said. The incident occurred at 7:23 a.m. Thursday when a Burbank
man who was driving east on Alameda Avenue slowed his car for a red light
and a black Honda SUV cut in front of him. When the light changed, the
Burbank man drove around the SUV and pulled in front. When he slowed
down, the Burbank man's car was hit from behind by the SUV. The SUV
rammed the car a second time before driving away, police said.
* 255 Pass Ave.: A 26-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested on
suspicion of forging a check at Bank of America at 5:04 p.m. Friday. The
man tried to cash a forged payroll check and suspicious bank employees
* 4400 block of Victory Boulevard: Police are investigating a robbery
that occurred at 5:14 p.m. Sunday at a bus stop. A woman waiting at the
bus stop pulled out her wallet to make a pay phone call and a man
standing at the stop punched her arm and took the wallet, police said.
SOUTH SAN FERNANDO DISTRICT
* 300 block of East Alameda Avenue: An 18-year-old Burbank man was
arrested on suspicion of robbery at 3:26 p.m. Thursday. A 44-year-old
Burbank woman was walking south on Glenoaks Boulevard when she saw a man
sitting on the curb, watching her. After continuing on the sidewalk, she
turned west on Alameda Avenue and then felt her purse strap being pulled.
She turned to see the man she had just passed on the sidewalk. The
suspect eventually managed to take the purse and run away, but he was
arrested in Glendale a short time later.