Local Crime

| Police Blotter | January 6, 2018

A 25-year-old cook from Lancaster was arrested for aiding/abetting/engaging in a speed contest. A 32-year-old construction worker from Commerce was charged with driving with a suspended/revoked license.

A 28-year-old air conditioning installer was arrested for corporal injury on a spouse/cohabitant. And a 33-year-old construction worker from Palmdale was arrested for battery against a former spouse.

A 21-year-old food handler from Saugus was arrested for disobeying a domestic relations court order.

An unemployed 22-year-old Canyon Country man was charged with forgery/counterfeiting a public/corporate seal. A 39-year-old driver from San Jose was arrested for obtaining aid by a false statement.

An unemployed 26-year-old San Jose man was arrested for grand theft of money/property greater than $400.


A 24-year-old prepper was arrested for theft of personal property. An unemployed 19-year-old Canyon Country woman was arrested for entering/remaining on posted property.

An unemployed 22-year-old Piru woman was charged with taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent.

A 27-year-old warehouse worker from Santa Paula was charged with shoplifting after a specific prior conviction.

A 22-year-old Castaic man was cited for possession of a device/instrument/paraphernalia, and an unemployed 26-year-old Palmdale woman was charged with possession of narcotics/drugs/alcohol/drug paraphernalia in jail.

A North Hollywood couple – an unemployed 27-year-old woman and a 26-year-old self-employed man – were charged with possession/purchase of cocaine base for sale.

A 47-year-old roofer from Valencia was picked up for possession of a controlled substance for sale.

Possession of a controlled substance charges went to:
31-year-old mechanic from Val Verde
42-year-old unemployed Newhall man
21-year-old unemployed Castaic man
23-year-old Newhall man
37-year-old server from Canyon Country
28-year-old field tech from Valencia

DUIs with prior arrests included:
30-year-old unemployed Santa Clarita woman
50-year-old warehouse worker from Palmdale
33-year-old detailer from Saugus
22-year-old laborer from Valencia
37-year-old underwriter from Valencia
22-year-old student from Valencia
23-year-old waitress from Lancaster
46-year-old firefighter from Canyon Country
22-year-old store associate from Palmdale
38-year-old construction worker from Panorama City
41-year-old self-employed Sylmar man

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