Here is the Valencia Crime and Public Safety Information Report for the week of June 26, 2017 through July 2, 2017:
Vehicle Burglary – 27000 block of Wayne Mills Place
An unknown suspect smashed the victim’s car window and stole several tools.
Attempted Vehicle theft – 24000 block of Zermatt Lane
The victim left car unlocked and ignition was tampered with.
Attempt commercial burglary- 27000 block of Wayne Mills Place
An unknown suspect attempted to steal an ATM from the business.
Grand theft – 24000 block of McBean Parkway
An unknown suspect entered a locked box and stole over a thousand dollar’s worth of music equipment.
Grand Theft Auto – 25000 block of Avenue Stanford
A 2014 Toyota Scion was stolen from location.
Robbery – 26000 block of McBean Parkway
The suspect fought with security after he was contacted for stealing items.
Commercial burglary – 26000 block of McBean Parkway
Suspect(s) unknown smashed the window, entered the location and stole U.S. Currency and narcotic pills.
TIPS : Managing Conflict
It’s a stressful world we live in. We face conflicts on a daily basis, It could be an argument with a friend or we could be feeling aggravated because another driver cut in front of us.
We can’t always avoid conflict but we can learn to manage it without violence.
Talk about the issues without insulting or blaming the other person.
Together, discuss various ways of meeting needs or solving the problem. Be flexible and open-minded. Decide who will be responsible for a specific action after reaching agreement on a plan.
Stay safe, until next time.
Deputy Brian Heischuber, Valencia (Zone 5) Leader
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Phone: 661-255-1121 ext. 5164
FW by: Shirley Miller, Public Information Officer
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