Crime Blotter

Area 1: 2600 block of Pontiac Street: A resident reported that someone pried open a bathroom window on Sept. 24 between 7:15 a.m. and 6 p.m. The damage was valued at $800.

3000 block of Foothill Boulevard: Deputies responded to a possible battery call at the Shell gas station on Sept. 25 at 3:50 a.m. They arrived to find a woman lying on the curb, visibly intoxicated. The woman stated that she was drunk and had been hit in the face by a friend. She was transported to Verdugo Hills Hospital where she was treated for injuries. She then was booked at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station for public intoxication.

2900 block of Mary Street: A resident reported that someone vandalized his garage by spray-painting graffiti messages on the garage wall sometime overnight Sept. 25-26. A nearby dumpster also was vandalized with spray paint. The damaged was valued at $450.

Foothill Boulevard and Cloud Avenue: Deputies stopped a Dodge Neon for having non-working brake lights on Sept. 27 at 6:20 p.m. They determined that the driver was driving with a suspended license. He was cited.

Area 2

500 block of Houseman Street: A man parked and locked his 2005 Ford Expedition in his driveway on Sept 23 at 10 p.m. He returned to the car the next morning to find the front passenger window shattered and a GPS system and GPS antenna missing. The loss and damage was valued at $750.

300 block of Baptiste Way: A woman parked and locked her 1996 Honda Civic in her driveway on Sept. 23 at 11:30 p.m. The next morning her husband noticed the passenger window had been shattered and a Walkman and headphones were missing. The total loss and damage was valued at $840.

800 block of Greenridge Drive: A man reported that someone gained entry to his locked residence by smashing a kitchen window on Sept. 23 between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Several rooms were ransacked and items were stolen. The damage initially was valued at $1,000. The residents were still making an inventory of missing property.

5000 block of Gould Avenue: A man left his garage open while he went to the movies with his wife on Sept. 23 at 10:30 p.m. He returned 90 minutes later to find a rifle and three shotguns missing from a cabinet in the garage. The total loss was valued at $4,500.

5000 block of Indianola Way: A man parked his 2004 Hyundai Elantra and left it unlocked in his driveway on Sept. 24 at 9 p.m. He returned the next morning to find the dashboard broken and the car radio missing. The total loss and damage was valued at $400.

5000 block of Oakwood Avenue: A couple was asleep at home on Sept. 24 when they heard at loud noise at 11:30 p.m. They went downstairs to investigate and found their television lying on top of a cabinet. They assumed the television wall mounts had failed, and went back to bed. The next morning, however, they discovered multiple items were missing from the kitchen, and that a door that accessed the kitchen from outside was open. Missing items included a cell phone, laptop, Prada handbag, Rolex watch, wallet and credit cards. The total loss was valued at more than $10,000. There were no signs of forced entry. The residents said they planned to change their locks.

4600 block of Encinas Drive: A man said his locked 2006 Jeep had been forced open overnight on Sept. 25-26. Stolen items included Oakley sunglasses, the vehicle owner's manual and cash. The total loss and damage was valued at $300.

4700 block of La Cañada Boulevard: Someone smashed the front driver's-side window of a BMW that was parked overnight Sept. 25-26. The damage was valued at $400.

1100 block of Fairview: A man parked his 2007 Saturn Aura on Sept. 26 at 12:30 a.m. He returned eight hours later to find his iPod missing from the passenger seat. The car had been left unlocked. The loss was valued at $410.

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