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MEDIA DISTRICT NORTH * Grismer Avenue and...

MEDIA DISTRICT NORTH

* Grismer Avenue and Rogers Place: A 19-year-old Burbank woman was

arrested Friday on suspicion of driving while intoxicated and

committing a hit-and-run. The driver allegedly collided with two

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parked cars before driving home. Police followed the trail of debris

to her residence and arrested her.

* San Fernando Boulevard and Grismer Avenue: A 46-year-old Burbank

man was arrested during a traffic stop Friday on suspicion of

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possessing drug paraphernalia after police found a glass pipe used to

smoke cocaine.

* 901 N. San Fernando Blvd.: A 20-year-old Burbank woman was

arrested Thursday on suspicion of battery after allegedly hitting a

20-year-old Burbank woman while in the drive-thru at McDonalds. The

fight escalated from an argument that started after the suspect left

her car in the line to withdraw money from a nearby ATM machine. The

victim suffered a scratch to the face.

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TRANSPORTATION CENTER

* 200 block of North Front Street: A 33-year-old Canoga Park man

was arrested Thursday on suspicion of grand theft for stealing a

bicycle. The witness, a 44-year-old North Hollywood man, recognized

the bicycle as belonging to a regular Metrolink commuter and called

the police.

BURBANK VILLAGE

* 110 N. 1st St.: A 23-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested at

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Elephant Bar on suspicion of assault and petty theft. Outside the

restaurant, the suspect approached his ex-girlfriend, stole her cell

phone, pulled her hair and punched her new boyfriend in the face.

RANCHO PARK

* 200 block of South Keystone Avenue: A 23-year-old Burbank man

was arrested during a traffic stop Thursday on suspicion of

possession of stolen property and drug paraphernalia after police

found a pipe and credit cards belonging to someone else.

AIRPORT DISTRICT

* 2627 Hollywood Way: A 27-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested

Wednesday on suspicion of transportation of hash and opium with the

intent to sell. The suspect told an airport employee who found the

drugs during a mandatory bag search that it was mud used to soften

facial skin.


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