The Weekly Crime Summary is a list of reported auto thefts, burglaries, robberies and other activities occurring in the City of South Pasadena. An alert and well-informed citizen makes you less of a target to a criminal. Remember; call the South Pasadena Police Department to report any suspicious activity.

STOLEN VEHICLE

• 5-19-19, 8 AM to 5-27-19, 9 PM, 1900 block of Huntington. ’11, Carry Trailer.

• 6-6-19, 8:30 PM to 6-7-19, 5:45 AM, 400 block of Garfield. ’05, Ford F350.

POSSESSION OF PARAPHERNALIA

6-4-19, 11:42 AM, 1000 block of Lohman Lane. Officer contacts suspect who is found to have outstanding warrants, and in possession of drug paraphernalia. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, White, 26 years, Transient.

THEFT

• 5-29-19, 2 AM to 2:30 AM, 1700 block of Lyndon. Suspect(s) enters victim’s unlocked vehicle and takes loss. LOSS: Work badge, make-up, misc. items.

• 5-30-19, 12 PM to 3:40 PM, 1800 block of Bushnell. Suspect(s) takes unattended loss. LOSS: Bicycle.

• 6-5-19, 8 PM, Meridian/Mission (Gold Line). Victim exits train and sees suspect remove lock securing victim’s loss to bicycle rack. Suspect then rides off with loss. LOSS: Bicycle. SUSPECT DESCRIPTION: Male, Hispanic, 25-30 years, wearing a black sweater, black pants and carrying a backpack.

• 6-6-19, 5 PM, 800 block of Orange Grove. Suspect(s) takes loss from victim’s vehicle. LOSS: License plates.

• 6-6-19, 8:57 PM, 1100 block of Fair Oaks (Vons). Suspects enter store and employee sees suspects hide loss inside waistband. Suspects exit store without paying for loss and enter a waiting vehicle. Employee calls police and officers locate vehicle. Officers recover loss and S2 is found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia. Suspect’s vehicle is also found to be stolen from Highland. LOSS: Hygiene products (recovered).

• RECOVERED VEHICLE: ’19, Toyota Corolla. SUSPECTS ARRESTED: S1 – Male, Hispanic, 28 years, Fontana. S2 – Male, Hispanic, 37 years, Ontario.

• 6-8-19, 10:20 AM, 600 block of Fair Oaks (Bristol Farms). Suspect enters store and employee sees suspect takes loss from shelf and exit store without paying. Officers locate suspect walking away from store. LOSS: Merchandise (recovered). SUSPECT ARRESTED: Female, White, 42 years, Monrovia.

• 4-17-19 to 5-14-19, 500 block of Garfield. Suspect(s) takes loss from victim’s vehicle. LOSS: License plates.

• 6-5-19, 4:08 PM to 6 PM, 1200 block of Via Del Rey. Suspect(s) takes loss from victim’s front porch. LOSS: Parcel package.

• 6-7-19, 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM, 1700 block of Laurel. Suspect(s) takes unattended loss. LOSS: Bicycle.

• 6-1-19, 6:10 PM to 8:50 PM, 600 block of Orange Grove. Suspect(s) takes loss from victim’s front porch. LOSS: Parcel package.

IDENTITY THEFT/CREDIT CARD FRAUD/CHECK FRAUD

• 5-31-19, 1100 block of Fair Oaks. Suspect(s) uses victim’s personal information to open several credit card accounts.

• 6-5-19 to 6-6-19, 1500 block of Mound. Suspect(s) gains access to victim’s credit card account and makes numerous unauthorized charges.

• 5-31-19, 600 block of Milan. Suspect(s) gains access to victim’s bank accounts and obtains two loans.

• 10-28-16 to 6-1-19, 1300 block of Milan. Suspect(s) uses victim’s personal information to open a cell phone account.

• 6-10-19, 1100 block of Mound. Suspect(s) gains access to victim’s credit card account and makes several unauthorized charges.

AUTO BURGLARY

• 6-4-19, 9 PM to 6-5-19, 7:30 AM, 1600 block of Huntington. ’98, Toyota Tacoma. Suspect(s) smashes vehicle window to gain entry and takes loss. LOSS: Bicycle parts.

• 6-8-19, 8:30 PM to 6-9-19, 10:30 AM, 700 block of Brent. ’13, Subaru Impreza. Suspect(s) smashes vehicle window to gain entry. LOSS: Unknown.

• 6-9-19, 3 PM to 6-10-19, 4 AM, 600 block of Meridian. ’11, Toyota Camry. Suspect(s) smashes vehicle window to gain entry and takes loss. LOSS: Lunch bag and Beats headphones.

• 6-9-19, 9 PM to 6-10-19, 8:30 AM, 800 block of Grevelia. ’00, Toyota Camry. Suspect(s) smashes vehicle window to gain entry. LOSS: Unknown.

• 6-9-19, 8 PM to 6-10-19, 8:30 AM, 800 block of Grevelia. ’09, Toyota Sienna. Suspect(s) smashes vehicle window to gain entry. LOSS: Unknown.

• 6-9-19, 7 PM to 6-10-19, 7:45 AM, 1100 block of Hope. ’07, Mitsubishi Outlander. Suspect(s) smashes vehicle window to gain entry. LOSS: Unknown.

• 6-9-19, 7 PM to 6-10-19, 7:40 AM, 1700 block of Lyndon. ’19, Mercedes E300. Suspect(s) smashes vehicle window to gain entry. LOSS: Unknown.

• 6-9-19, 10:30 PM to 6-10-19, 7:30 AM, 700 block of Brent. ’18, Nissan Sentra. Suspect(s) smashes vehicle window to gain entry. LOSS: Unknown.

• 6-9-19, 9 PM to 6-10-19, 9 AM, 500 block of Grand. ’16, Subaru Outback. Suspect(s) smashes vehicle window to gain entry and takes loss. LOSS: Gym bag.

• 6-9-19, 1230 PM to 6-10-19, 11:15 AM, 1100 block of El Centro. ’15, Toyota Camry. Suspect(s) smashes vehicle window to gain entry and takes loss. LOSS: Backpack.

• 6-9-19 unknown time to 6-10-19, 11:49 AM, 1100 block of Oxley. ’14, Honda. Unknown details and unknown loss.

• 6-9-19, 10 PM to 6-10-19, 6 AM, 1100 block of Hope. ’15, Toyota Tacoma. Suspect(s) smashes vehicle window to gain entry. LOSS: Unknown.

ASSAULT

5-30-19, 9:30 AM, 1900 block of Fremont (Almansor Center). Suspect and victim are co-workers and suspect throws a remote control at victim.

DRUNK IN PUBLIC

6-5-19, 11:06 PM, 2000 block of Pine. Officers respond to a subject sitting on a walkway near a garage. Officers arrive and contact suspect who is found to be intoxicated and unable to care for himself. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, Black, 38 years, transient.

OPEN CONTAINER

6-6-19, 4:30 PM, 800 block of Park (Garfield Park). Officer on patrol contacts suspect in the park who is in possession of an opened can of alcohol. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, Black, 53 years, Pasadena.

For graffiti removal, call the City of South Pasadena “Graffiti Removal Hotline” at 626-403-7249. This is a 24-hour a day recording. A written release is required prior to removal from private property.

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