Sierra Madre Police Blotter July 24th to July 30th

Sierra Madre Police Dept. logoDuring the week of Sunday, July 24th, to Saturday July 30th, the Sierra Madre Police Department responded to approximately 318 calls for service. See crimereports.com for updated information. 

Tuesday, July 26th:

9:17 AM- Auto Burglary, 500 blk. W. Highland Ave.  Unknown suspect(s) entered a locked parked car with both of its rear windows down, between the evening of July 25th and the morning of July 26th.  The suspect(s) stole a Beretta 92FS (9mm) with a fully loaded magazine, U.S.A. Passport, American Express credit card, Macy’s credit card, Well’s Fargo ATM card, Well’s Fargo Visa card, Costco card, Los Angeles Police Dept. Credit Union card, Well’s Fargo check book, Chase check book, Leatherman tool, Spider company knife, handcuffs, California driver’s license, small black gun bag, gym bag with clothes and an IPod. 

9:41 AM- Attempted Residential Burglary, 500 blk. W. Highland Ave.  Unknown suspect(s) rang the front door bell in the victim’s house and tore the kitchen window screen to gain entry into the house.  The victim yelled at the suspect, causing him to flee up the driveway into a silver 4 door car with a rear spoiler.  The suspect(s) left in an unknown direction.   

4:48 PM- Use Another’s Personal Identification to Obtain Credit/Etc.  This incident involves unknown suspect(s) making fraudulent charges to the victim’s debit card at a Union 76 gas station in Fontana.  Total loss value is $160.53.

5:06 PM- Petty Theft, 100 blk. Adams St.  Unknown suspect(s) entered an unlocked parked car between the evening of July 25th and the morning of July 26th.  The suspect(s) stole a Verizon LG cellular telephone.   

Thursday, July 28th:

4:18 PM- Threatening/Resisting Executive Officer, Possession of Heroin, 100 blk. W. Sierra Madre Blvd.  Two officers responded to a possible intoxicated man slumped over on the curb.  Officers spoke to the suspect and determined that he was under the influence of an opiate. Officers found marijuana and narcotics paraphernalia in his daypack, and learned from the dispatcher that he had three outstanding arrest warrants.  The suspect became uncooperative and began to fight with officers, who repeatedly commanded him to stop resisting arrest.  During the fight the suspect bit one of the officers on the hand, and dropped a balloon containing tar heroin. The officers were eventually able to restrain the suspect and take him into custody.  The suspect was 25 years old, and from Altadena. He was booked on multiple charges at the Pasadena jail.

Comments (1)

 

  1. Ziggy says:

    9:17 AM- Auto Burglary, 500 blk. W. Highland Ave.
    5:06 PM- Petty Theft, 100 blk. Adams St.

    I am continually amazed by the losses suffered by people leaving their cars or homes unlocked! Its pretty obvious that the 9:17 AM report was made by a police officer. He/she should know better.
    In this day and age do people really think that there is no crime in Sierra Madre? Sheesh, use the brains God gave you!!