San Fernando Valley roundup: Police search for "Red Car Flasher," Woman injured after horse-drawn carriage overturns

Good morning, readers. Today is Monday, January 7. Police are asking for the public's help in finding a man they call the "Red Car Flasher."

The suspect has reportedly exposed himself to teenage girls near schools in Arleta and Panorama City, reports NBC.

A woman in Burbank suffered head injuries after the horse-drawn carriage she was driving overturned. Police say the woman was ejected from the vehicle. L.A. Times

Police arrested a suspected car thief in Canoga Park Sunday night, reports the Daily News.

Smog regulators have approved a $200,000 "stink monitoring system," just months after a foul odor from the Salton Sea reached the San Fernando Valley. Patch

Ever dreamed of being surrounded by paparazzi? A new company aims to offer just that -- clients can pay to have crowds of paparazzi and fans follow them. KPCC

--Josh Cox, Times Community News

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