Sgt. Alan Chu, a detective with the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station, said the homeowners returned home at around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday. They entered the residence without noticing anything out of the ordinary. Then, one of the family members spotted the suspects out back.
The City Council voted unanimously to deny two resident appeals and approve a tree removal permit for a centuries old oak oat 650 Georgian Road, maintaining the city has created a process that carefully considers a tree’s health, risk and location.
A Green Lane resident who was away from her home for less than an hour returned just as two black males in their 20s took off after ransacking the home and getting away with wedding rings and a safe that contained documents. They were seen running through a neighbor's backyard.