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| Police Blotter | September 12, 2019

A 37-year-old woman from Arleta was arrested for attempted kidnapping with a ransom. A 40-year-old woman from Los Angeles was also arrested for attempted kidnapping, this one associated with a robbery. A 21-year-old forklift driver from Oxnard was taken into custody after he tried to rob an elderly dependent for goods worth over $400.

DUI arrests include:

28-year-old mechanic from Palmdale
20-year-old barista from Stevensons Ranch
28-year-old construction worker from Canyon Country
44-year-old unemployed Newhall resident
20-year-old student from Valencia
27-year-old unemployed Palmdale resident
30-year-old tattoo artist from Reseda
23-year-old party rental employee from Newhall
36-year-old fabricator from Oakland
20-year-old student from Oxnard
21-year-old server from Castaic
44-year-old flowboard operator from Frazier Park
39-year-old chef from Santa Clarita
23-year-old store clerk from Santa Clarita

Charges of possession of a controlled substance went to:

24-year-old interior carpenter from Lancaster
36-year-old unemployed Frazier Park resident
50-year-old maintenance worker from Acton
29-year-old self-employed resident of Castaic
24-year-old sushi chef from Canyon Country
41-year-old contractor from Los Angeles
25-year-old laborer from Canyon Country
55-year-old unemployed Palmdale resident
27-year-old transient from Canyon Country
39-year-old unemployed Santa Clarita resident
29-year-old unemployed Newhall resident
39-year-old unemployed Canyon Country resident
38-year-old construction worker from Pacoima


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