SMPD Responds to 245 Calls, Sierra Madre Police Blotter, 10/30/11 to 11/5/11

Sierra Madre Police Dept. logoDuring the week of Sunday, October 30th, to Saturday November 5th, the Sierra Madre Police Department responded to approximately 245 calls for service. See crimereports.com for updated information. 

Sunday, October 30th:

11:02 AM- Concealed Weapons, 100 blk. W. Sierra Madre Bl.  This case involves a consensual car search in which the driver was found to be in possession of a crack pipe and a knife with over a 3” blade. The driver was cited and released in the field.

Monday, October 31st:

7:06 PM- Grand Theft/Auto, 200 blk. Mariposa Ave.  This case involves a Ford truck that was stolen between the evening of October 30th and the morning of October 31st.  A few days before the incident the victim’s wife’s car and purse were stolen in Pasadena.

Tuesday, November 1st:

2:18 PM- Danger to Self/Others/Gravely Disabled, 500 blk. Sierra Meadow Dr.  Officers responded to a burglary in progress and found a disoriented man inside the home.  The suspect was a danger to himself and others and was placed on a 72-hour hold for a psychiatric evaluation. 

Wednesday, November 2nd:

8:04 AM- Welfare Check,  Chaparral Rd.  This case involves a male juvenile being placed on a 72-hour hold for a psychiatric evaluation.

Thursday, November 3rd:

11:53 PM- Warrant/Outside/Criminal, 100 blk. Kersting Ct.  An officer stopped a 34-year old Sierra Madre motorist for a Vehicle Code violation.  Further investigation revealed that the driver had three outstanding warrants for his arrest.  The driver was cited for two of the warrants, advised on the third warrant and released in the field.        

Friday, November 4th:

8:12 AM- Possession of Marijuana/1 oz. or Less, Michillinda Ave and Sierra Madre Blvd.  This case involves a 23-year old female being in possession of 1oz. or less of Marijuana.  The suspect was cited and released in the field.    

Saturday, November 5th:

6:06 PM- Attempted Residential Burglary, 100 blk. E. Grandview Ave.  An unknown suspect(s) pried the rear of the bedroom screen off the window.  Nothing was taken from the location.

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