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| Police Blotter | June 4, 2020

Three individuals were arrested for violating curfew, including a self-employed 22-year-old Compton resident, and unemployed 27-year-old Los Angeles resident, and a 21-year-old unemployed Bakersfield resident.
A 32-year-old construction worker from Bakersfield was arrested for altering registration/license plates/ etc. And a 32-year-old crane operator from West Hills was charged with embezzling a rented/leased vehicle.
A 25-year-old Van Nuys resident was charged with unlawful mail theft. And a 37-year-old HVAC repairman was arrested for acquiring an access card with intent to defraud.
A 32-year-old unemployed Arleta resident was arrested for unlawful possession of tear gas with a specific felony. And a 49-year-old Canyon Country resident was arrested for violence used against a former spouse.
A 39-year-old Fresno resident was charged with willful cruelty to a child/child endangerment.
This week, there were several individuals arrested on charges relating to possession of a controlled substance, including the following:
A 38-year-old inspector from Banning was charged with possession of a controlled substance with a firearm.
A 27-year-old unemployed Winnetka resident was arrested for DUI of alcohol and drugs.
A 41-year-old chef from Newhall was arrested for possession of a narcotic controlled substance.
A 49-year-old Manhattan Beach resident was charged with DUI of alcohol/drug with priors.
Both a teacher from Saugus and a cleaner from Sylmar were arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance.
A truck driver, handyman, and marine were all arrested for DUI of alcohol/drugs with prior arrests.

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