Crime Blotter--Feb. 4

The following items were taken from reports on file at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station:

Area 1
5600 block of Canyonside Road: A man returned to his car the morning of Jan. 27 to find his windshield was smashed and someone had etched the right-rear passenger’s door with an unknown object. The man couldn’t think of who would have vandalized his car because, he said, he has no enemies. Damage to the vehicle came to $3,000.
Area 2
1900 block of Foothill Boulevard: A deputy responded to a vandalism call at 6 p.m. on Jan. 27. A woman said she’d returned to her locked vehicle parked directly in front of the YMCA and found the front passenger side window had been smashed. Her purse, which was left under the center console, was missing from the car. The purse contained credit cards and a digital camera. The loss was assessed at $600.

2000 block of Lombardy Drive: A man parked his car in front of his house overnight on Jan. 31. When he returned at 6:30 a.m. the next day, he found the front passenger’- side window was shattered. His iPod, letterman jacket, sweater and leather briefcase were all missing from the vehicle. He had left them sitting on the floor and passenger’s seat of the car. Damages were estimated at $1,400.

5300 block of Linda Vista Drive: A man parked a car in his driveway the night of Feb. 1 and left it unlocked. He came back in the morning to find the trunk, center console and glove compartment were open. A navigation system, vehicle registration and bag were missing from the vehicle. Damages were assessed at $210.

2000 block of Tondolea Lane: A man parked his car on the street outside his house before going to bed. He woke up at 7:30 a.m. on Feb. 1 and found the front passenger’s-side window of the car smashed. He reported his iPod, navigation system and sunglasses were missing from the center console and glove compartment. Damages totaled $925.
300 block of Starlane Drive: A deputy responded to a burglary call at 8 a.m. on Feb. 1. A woman reported the window of her minivan had been smashed and her laptop case and computer had been stolen from the vehicle. Damages were assessed at $550.
5300 block of Palm Drive: A deputy responded to a burglary call 8 p.m. on Feb. 1. A man reported he’d returned to his locked truck and found the driver’s-side window had been smashed. After scanning the vehicle he found that his laptop and laptop carrier, which was sitting on the floor of his car, was missing. Damages reached a total of $2,500.

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