An alleged fugitive from justice — a 21-year-old entertainer from Fort Lauderdale — was arrested in Santa Clarita.
A 34-year-old assembly line worker from Stevenson Ranch was arrested for disobeying a domestic relations court order. And an unemployed 25-year-old Castaic woman was charged with violating a promise to appear for a work release program.
An unemployed 29-year-old Santa Clarita transient was arrested for murder.
A 44-year-old driver from Saugus, and two Canyon Country men — an unemployed 24-year-old man and a self-employed 48-year-old man — were arrested for corporal injury on a spouse/cohabitant.
A bee remover — a 22-year-old Sylmar man — was arrested for passing false checks/receipts/certifications, etc. And an unemployed 54-year-old Santa Clarita man was charged with acquiring access to a credit card in four or more names in fewer than 12 months.
An unemployed 50-year-old Santa Clarita woman was cited for shoplifting after a specified prior conviction.
A 33-year-old unemployed Newhall man was charged with possession of a device/instrument/paraphernalia and an unemployed 30-year-old San Fernando man was picked up for possession of controlled substance paraphernalia.
A 24-year-old host from Los Angeles and a 48-year-old auto repair man from Newhall were charged with possession of a controlled substance.
An unemployed 24-year-old Stevenson Ranch man was charged with driving with a license that was suspended/revoked for another reason.
DUIs with prior arrests included:
32-year-old construction worker from Newhall
23-year-old set dresser from Lancaster
26-year-old independent contractor from Palmdale
31-year-old self-employed Bakersfield man
21-year-old student from Canyon Country
21-year-old cashier from Acton
24-year-old unemployed Bakersfield man
35-year-old driver from Val Verde
45-year-old manager from Los Angeles