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The following incidents were taken from police...

The following incidents were taken from police reports:


* 4500 block of Clybourn Avenue: A 43-year-old Burbank woman

reported Sunday a man slapped her and forced her to give him her car.


The woman told police she had let the man use her car in the past,

but when she refused Sunday, he struck her and forced her to write a

note saying she approved of him using the car.



* Glenoaks Boulevard and Olive Avenue: A 21-year-old North Hollywood man was arrested late Wednesday on suspicion of following a

Burbank woman and exposing himself. The 19-year-old woman told police

the man followed her on a bicycle while fondling himself. A man in a

nearby car called police, who arrested the suspect.

* 3200 block of North Glenoaks Boulevard: A 21-year-old Los

Angeles man was arrested Monday on suspicion of possessing an illegal

police baton. Officers said they found the weapon when they

approached the man and another man who were standing in a parking lot


about 2 a.m.

* 400 block of East Cornell Drive: A 52-year-old Burbank man

reported Tuesday he was threatened by a man with a knife during an

argument. The two were arguing on the lawn of the Burbank man’s home

when the suspect opened a pocket knife. He ran away when the Burbank

man chased him off with a hammer.


* 800 block of North San Fernando Boulevard: A 19-year-old


Glendale woman reported being punched and kicked by two women and one

man late Wednesday. She told police she was leaving work about 10:30

p.m. when the group confronted her, eventually pushing her to the

ground and striking her repeatedly. The suspects drove away when the

victim’s boyfriend arrived.


* 924 S. Victory Blvd.: A 21-year-old Glendale man and a

45-year-old Sun Valley woman employed at U-Haul reported being

attacked Tuesday by a man and woman returning a truck. Both victims

reported being struck several times by the man and woman after

telling them they would have to pay a fine for returning the truck

with dirt in the bed. The suspects drove away after the attack.