Crime Blotter: Stevenson Ranch, Zone 3: June 12, 2017 – June 18, 2017

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Here is the Stevenson Ranch Crime Information and Public Safety Report for the Week of June 12, 2017 to June 18, 2017:


Attempt Burglary / Vandalism – 25200 The Old Road
Two male adults attempted to force entry into the location by smashing the front window with a rock. Total cost in damages was $1,200.00.


Petty Theft – 24900 Pico Canyon Road
Person(s) unknown stole the victim’s laptop computer which was left on a bench in front of the location unattended. Total loss was $800.00.


Grand Theft – 25300 The Old Road
Person(s) unknown fraudulently withdrew $29,292.00 from his bank account over the last three months.


Burglary – 24200 Magic Mountain Parkway
Three male adults smashed the front glass door of the location and stole several bottles of perfume. Total loss including damages was $1,322.00.


Petty Theft (From Vehicle) – Steinbeck Avenue / Stevenson Ranch Parkway
Person(s) unknown entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and stole his company gas card and company uniform jacket. Total loss was $101.00.


Petty Theft (From Vehicle) – 25300 The Old Road
Person(s) unknown entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and stole his wallet containing his driver’s license, credit cards, and $61.00 in U.S. currency. Total loss was $81.00.

Tip of the Week: Don’t Try This at Home
Yesterday after getting home from work, I put the sunscreen up in my windshield and shut off my vehicle. Just as I was about to exit my vehicle I received a phone call on my cell phone. As I was talking, I couldn’t help but to notice how hot it was getting in my vehicle. In less than a minute, it was so hot and uncomfortable in my vehicle that I began to sweat. Summer is here, and it has hit us with force. Temperatures this week will be over 100 degrees. With that in mind, it is imperative that we do not leave our children or pets in our vehicles, even if only for a couple minutes. Temperatures inside a vehicle, even with the windows down, can be 20 to 30 degrees hotter than the outside temperature. When you are out and about, always bring you kids with you when you are going to leave your vehicle. Do your pets a favor and leave them at home!

Take care, and be safe.

Dep Kevin Duxbury
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Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station
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