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Smpd Crime Report

First published in the Dec. 16 print issue of the San Marino Tribune.

Officers were dispatched to the 1800 block of Virginia Road on Thursday, Dec. 9, to investigate an individual who was seen looking into a residence. Officers found the suspect matching the description given. The suspect was detained and was found to have seven outstanding warrants from law enforcement agencies outside of San Marino. The suspect was then arrested and transported to Pasadena City Jail for processing and booking.

An officer observed a vehicle turn onto the 2000 block of La Calla Place on Friday, Dec. 10. A few minutes later, the vehicle parked in the driveway of a residence. The officer attempted to question the subjects in the vehicle; however, the male driver walked away from the vehicle and into the backyard of the residence. The female front seat passenger was detained. Two additional subjects were seated in the rear of the vehicle. The driver was not located.

An incident report taken on Saturday, Dec. 11, indicated that two people approached a residence in the 1700 block of South San Gabriel Boulevard and attempted to open the front door. One individual was seen holding a pry tool.

Officers were dispatched to a call for service in the 1400 block of San Marino Avenue on Friday, Dec. 10, regarding two individuals involved in a physical altercation. One individual was found to have an outstanding warrant and was issued an own recognizance citation.

A traffic collision with injuries took place at Huntington Drive and West Haven Road on Tuesday, Dec. 7. The accident involved a solo vehicle, a stray animal and city lamp post.

Officers stopped a vehicle for speeding at Sierra Madre Boulevard and Robles Avenue on Sunday, Dec. 5, and identified the driver as having an outstanding warrant. The driver was issued an own recognizance citation.

Items were reported stolen from a vehicle in the 2000 block of Huntington Drive on Monday, Dec. 6. The suspected thief or thieves are believed to have fled the scene.

Officers were dispatched to the 1500 block of Shenandoah Road Monday, Dec. 6, in response to a report of a concerning social media post.

Officers were dispatched Thursday, Dec. 9, to the 2200 block of Huntington Drive regarding a suspicious person.

A petty theft was reported in the 800 block of Sussex Road on Saturday, Dec. 11.

A vehicle’s windshield was reported vandalized at Huntington Drive and Belhaven Road on Saturday, Dec. 11.

The San Marino Police Department had 473 calls for service between Sunday, Dec. 5 and Saturday, Dec. 11. There were no residential burglaries reported and there have been 34 in total reported this year. Information was gathered from a department memorandum summarizing key incidents handled during this period.

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