Pasadena Mar 03 Weekly Crime Report: 237 Incidents and 6 Crime StoriesCalifornia Bulletins22 HOURS AGO
Pasadena Mar 03 Weekly Crime Report: 237 Incidents and 6 Crime Stories
Pasadena Mar 03 Weekly Crime Report: 237 Incidents and 6 Crime Stories. During the last week, Pasadena reported a total of 237 crime cases, with the majority being categorized as 'Other' (95 cases). This category includes various incidents such as suspicious persons or vehicles, missing persons, driving violations, and threats. Theft was the second most common crime, with 63 reported incidents. Other notable crimes included Assault and Suspicious Situation, each with 14 cases, Arrests (13 cases), Trespass (12 cases), and Burglary and Vandalism, each with 11 cases. Less frequent were Robbery (3 cases) and Arson (1 case). The data suggests a concerning level of criminal activity in the place, with the high number of thefts and assaults requiring particular attention from law enforcement.
The Glendale Police Department arrested 3 people, and impounded multiple vehicles at large car meet-up
Officers say they also handed out more than a dozen citations to attendees.
2 men shot outside Los Angeles neighborhood sports bar
Two men were shot, including one fatally, outside of a sports bar in the Vermont Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles Sunday night. The shooting was reported at West 120th and South Figueroa streets near the El Diamante Sports Bar shortly before 10 p.m. Arriving officers located two male shooting victims, transporting one of them to […]
Update on Freeway Soundwall Project Scheduled for Wednesday
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority will hold a soundwall construction project update at 6 p.m. on March 6. Phase I consists of sound walls projects along freeway segments where High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes were constructed without sound walls. Phase II consists of all other retrofit/after-the-fact sound wall locations deemed eligible along various freeways.
Mountain lion spotted in backyard of Burbank home
Homeowners are on high alert in one Burbank neighborhood after a mountain lion was caught lurking on a home's surveillance camera over the weekend. Cindy Naveira says that the camera in her backyard saw the big cat as it lingered around her home for more than 20 minutes on Friday, leading her and many of her neighbors looking over their shoulders when outside. "There's so much wildlife around here, we never know what it is," Naveira said. "Just didn't expect it to be that big."She was alerted of the mountain lion's presence when her four-year-old dog Cooper started barking and jumping around in...
Trial Begins for Pair Accused of Valentine’s Day Shooting That Severely Injured 10-Year-Old Boy
The trial for Tanaj Johnson and Joseph Mekhi Knowles, both accused in connection with the shooting that left a 10-year-old Pasadena boy severely wounded as he played innocently outside his home on Valentine’s Day in 2021, was scheduled to get underway Monday, March 4, at the Pasadena Courthouse. On...
1 killed, 1 wounded outside LA bar
One man was killed and another was wounded after a shooting outside a bar in LA's Harbor Gateway area.
California man caught hauling 40 pounds of marijuana on Interstate 80
West Buffalo Township, Pa. — Police arrested a California man after a traffic stop revealed he had 40 pounds of marijuana in the car. Donovan James Ho, 34, of Temple City, was the car he was riding in was pulled over on Feb. 14 on Interstate 80 near mile marker 200. Trooper Gideon Green of PSP Milton smelled marijuana as soon as he made contact with the female driver and Ho, who was a passenger, according to the affidavit. ...
Spotlight: L.A. Restaurant Was Just Named The Most Famous In California
Are you ready to embark on a culinary adventure through the vibrant state of California? Get your taste buds ready because we're about to take you to the most famous restaurant in the Golden State. Introducing Craig's in Los Angeles! In the heart of the city, Craig's has earned its...
🚒 Traffic Alert: Fire Reported on I-105 West Near I110 in Los Angeles
The time displayed is local to the original 511 traffic site in California. A fire has broken out on I-105 West near the I110 interchange affecting traffic in the immediate vicinity. Currently, the number of lanes impacted is unspecified, but travelers are advised to seek alternate routes or expect delays. Authorities are on the scene, and updates will be provided as they become available. The safety of those on the road and the emergency response teams addressing the situation is of paramount importance. Commuters should exercise caution and follow any directives from transportation officials and first responders.
Vehicle Flies Off Roadway Onto 101 Freeway Leaving 1 Dead in Downtown Los Angeles
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES, Mar. 3 (KNN) — One person was killed when a vehicle left a Downtown Los Angeles roadway and landed upside down onto the 101 Freeway below. Los Angeles police and California Highway Patrol officers along with the Los Angeles Fire Department responded to a traffic collision around 2:19 a.m. Sunday, where a vehicle came off North Broadway, through a fence, and landed on the 101 Freeway.
Nude Man Breaks Into Venice Home, Whereabouts Unknown
Unexpected Intrusion in Venice: A Venice homeowner and her friend were shocked to discover a naked man inside their residence upon their return. Incident Details: The incident occurred around 4:20 p.m. on Sunday at 1086 Marco Place. Vehicle Theft: The intruder subsequently accessed the victim’s vehicle and fled the scene...
In Depth: Preparing for Storms
LOS ANGELES - In Segment One, Hal speaks with Ray Tremblay, the department head of facilities planning at Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts. Tremblay discusses the spill that happened during our big storm early in February and the $11 million investment in flow sensors. Those sensors are being installed in the sewer system to give the sanitation department and early warning of potential overflow, so it can be addressed before there is a spill.
Man Swinging Ax at Pedestrians and Vehicles, Arrest Made
VENICE – A man was arrested today in Venice after he swung an ax at pedestrians and vehicles, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Around 3:10 p.m. Sunday, officers were sent to Brooks Avenue and Ocean Front Walk after receiving calls of a suspect swinging an ax in the middle of the street, according to the LAPD.
Fight in Chandler leads to 2 shootings, 1 involving officers
The shootings happened on West Carla Vista Drive off of Chandler Boulevard after a call for an armed suspect, police said.
LA City Council Greenlights Master Leasing Program to Tackle Homelessness Crisis
Unanimous Vote Sets Stage for Different Approach to Expand Housing Options. The Los Angeles City Council came one step closer to implementing a “master leasing” program aimed at expanding the availability of housing for unhoused residents, as reported by City News Service. This approach, already in use by LA County, involves securing all or part of an apartment building on a long-term lease, followed by subleasing the units to unhoused individuals or families, along with the provision of supportive services.
Pedestrian fatally struck by hit-and-run driver in South LA
A pedestrian was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver in the Florence neighborhood of South Los Angeles late Sunday evening. The crash happened at around 10 p.m. near Avalon Boulevard and 81st Street, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Investigators say that the car, of unknown make and model, was last seen driving southbound on Avalon Boulevard. With SkyCal overhead, police could be seen surveying the area surrounding a white canopy that was covering the victim's body in the middle of the street. No further details were provided.