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| Police Blotter | February 28, 2019

A 46-year-old driver from Santa Clarita was arrested for hit and run causing injury/death. And a 20-year-old Day Wireless employee was charged with cruelty to a child likely to produce great bodily injury or death.

A 36-year-old unemployed Canyon Country resident was brought up on charges of prostitution with prior knowledge of AIDS.

Two individuals were charged with corporal injury on a spouse/cohabitant, including a 44-year-old therapist from Stevenson Ranch and a 48-year-old unemployed Newhall resident.

DUIs with prior arrests include:

An unemployed 23-year-old Lancaster resident
24-year-old mover from Canyon Country
30-year-old assistant manager from Santa Clarita
24-year-old mechanic from Canyon Country
35-year-old gardener from Newhall
47-year-old welder from Canyon Country
29-year-old construction worker from Gardenia
24-year-old recruiter from Valencia
24-year-old lighting designer from Valencia
34-year-old mechanic from Palmdale
51-year-old self-employed Encino resident
38-year-old unemployed Los Angeles resident

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Charges of possession of a controlled substance went to:

22-year-old construction worker from Palmdale
26-year-old unemployed Van Nuys resident
40-year-old unemployed Newhall transient
47-year-old painter from Val Verde
38-year-old caretaker from San Gabriel
32-year-old graphic designer from Simi Valley
61-year-old carpenter from Azusa
58-year-old nurse from El Monte
30-year-old Postmates driver from Quartz Hill
20-year-old “labor worker” from Irwindale
27-year-old security officer from Lancaster
33-year-old unemployed Palmdale resident
31-year-old mover from Bellflower
28-year-old unemployed Palmdale resident
43-year-old carpenter from Long Beach ­­

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