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| Police Blotter | November 15, 2018

Two Santa Clarita residents were charged with robbery, including a 23-year-old assembly technician and a 29-year-old welder.

Both a 59-year-old warehouse worker from North Hills and a 29-year-old hair stylist from Canyon Country were charged with corporal injury on a spouse/cohabitant/etc.

A 34-year-old Canyon Country resident who listed his/her occupation as “cookchef” was arrested for taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent.

A 29-year-old unemployed San Diego resident was charged with concealing illegal proceeds.

A 30-year-old leasing agent from West Covina was arrested for battery.


A 33-year-old unemployed resident was brought up on charges of assault likely to produce GBI (great bodily injury).

DUIs with prior arrests include:

36-year-old audio video worker from San Diego
24-year-old unemployed Canyon Country resident
64-year-old customer service employee from Canyon Country
45-year-old unemployed Canyon Country resident
22-year-old waiter form Simi Valley
42-year-old teacher from Stevenson Ranch
40-year-old stocker from South Gate
23-year-old dishwasher from Littlerock
42-year-old nurse from Monrovia
20-year-old student from Fontana
33-year-old teacher from Sanger

Charges of possession of a controlled substance went to:

31-year-old construction worker from Los Angeles
44-year-old unemployed Huntington Beach resident
34-year-old recycler from Newhall
33-year-old unemployed Santa Clarita resident
28-year-old warehouse worker from Lancaster
47-year-old unemployed Newhall resident
33-year-old gardener from Newhall
32-year-old caretaker from Canyon Country
37-year-old construction worker from McFarland
32-year-old unemployed Santa Clarita resident
31-year-old unemployed Long Beach resident

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