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| Police Blotter | June 28, 2019

A 59-year-old retired Canyon Country resident was arrested for indecent exposure. And a 24-year-old server from Canyon Country was arrested for rape by force/fear.

A 31-year-old painter from Castaic was arrested for Vandalism. And a 26-year-old transient from Newhall was arrested for identity theft.

An unemployed 66-year-old Los Angeles resident was charged with battery.

Two individuals were arrested for illegal speed contests, including a 32-year-old Los Angeles resident who works in transportation and a 21-year-old Canyon Country merchandiser.

DUIs with prior arrests include:


44-year-old plumber from Santa Clarita
38-year-old salesman from Canyon Country
23-year-old assembler from Northridge
33-year-old server from North Hills
28-year-old bagger from Newhall
19-year-old Santa Clarita resident
40-year-old self-employed Oxnard resident
52-year-old clerk from Valencia

Charges of possession of a controlled substance went to:

51-year-old construction worker from Long Beach
36-year-old Saint Francis resident
25-year-old actor from Palmdale
29-year-old self-employed Palmdale resident
33-year-old unemployed Santa Clarita resident
39-year-old “electrical helper” from Stevenson Ranch

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