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The following incidents were taken from police...

The following incidents were taken from police reports:

MEDIA DISTRICT NORTH

* 2300 block of North Hollywood Way: A 52-year-old Glendale man

reported Thursday as he was leaving Fry’s Electronics, he saw a man

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stealing his laptop computer from the backseat of his car. The thief

got into a car and began to drive away, but the victim grabbed onto

the car and was dragged, eventually losing his grip when the car made

a quick turn and drove away.

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* Burbank and San Fernando boulevards: A 30-year-old Burbank man

participating in an antiwar protest reported Friday he was spit on

and hit with a water bottle. The man was with a group of people

holding antiwar signs about 6:45 p.m. when a truck stopped and a man

inside shouted obscenities at him, spit and threw a water bottle

before driving away.

* 1000 San Fernando Blvd.: A 25-year-old Glendale man reported

Saturday he was kicked in the head by two men outside of Kmart. Store

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security told police the men were involved in an argument inside the

store before the attack occurred outside. The victim drove himself to

Providence St. Joseph Medical Center where he was treated for a

broken nose. He told police he did not know the men who attacked him.

MAGNOLIA PARK

* 600 block of North Hollywood Way: A 22-year-old Burbank woman

reported Wednesday her estranged husband confronted her and stole

items from her purse. The man allegedly approached her about 8 a.m.

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and grabbed the purse, then fled when a neighbor began yelling.

HILLSIDE DISTRICT

* 600 block of Harvard Road: Police responded Friday to a report

of a 14-year-old boy being beaten by a group of other boys. A Burbank

couple noticed the boy on the ground outside their home and called

police. The boy was treated at the scene for minor injuries and

police said he was confused about the circumstances of the assault.


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