LA Sheriff’s Report

The Canyon ChronicleBy The Canyon Chronicle

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Noteworthy Incidents for Serious Crimes. July 2022 • A robbery occurred in the 1500 block of Old Topanga Canyon Road. The victim hired a handyman to paint his residence, was not satisfied with his work and asked him to leave. The suspect became angry, forcibly took the victim’s cell phone from the victim’s hands and fled the area. • Two commercial burglaries were reported in the 100 block of South Topanga Canyon Blvd. which occurred during the same date and time frames. Both businesses had their front glass doors shattered to make entry. There were open cabinets, cash registers and drawers with items strewn about in both businesses. Unknown at this time what property was stolen. Video surveillance footage from one business showed two male adults wearing gloves and gray clothing running away from the area carrying unknown items. • A trailer was burglarized in the 1700 block of Topanga Skyline Drive. Unknown suspect(s) made entry via an unlocked door and vandalized the cabinets. • A 1988 Volkswagen Cabriolet was stolen in the 3100 block of Schweitzer Drive. The vehicle was recovered in the area of Entrado Drive and Topanga Canyon Blvd. No suspect(s) seen or heard. • A domestic violence incident occurred in the 1500 block of Valley Drive. The suspect assaulted his ex-fiancé during an argument. • A vehicle burglary was reported in the 20800 block of Entrada Road. The victims were hiking in the area during the time of the incident. There were no signs of forced entry. A wallet, U.S. currency and credit/debit cards were stolen from inside the vehicle. • A theft of a wetsuit occurred in the 22000 block of Canon Drive. The wetsuit was in the horse stable of the location when it was stolen by unknown suspect(s). August 2022 • A robbery was reported in the 400 block of S. Topanga Canyon Road. The victim arrived at the location and parked her vehicle in the parking lot. The victim exited her vehicle and was walking towards the entrance with a bank bag containing U.S. Currency and her purse. One suspect grabbed the victim’s purse and a struggle began. The victim dropped the bank bag and the other suspect grabbed it and ran to a white, newer model Range Rover. Both suspects fled in the Range Rover. • A residential burglary occurred in the 1500 block of Old Topanga Canyon Road. Suspect(s) unknown pried open the rear window of the location and stole tools. • A theft was reported in the 19900 block of Sischo Drive. A battery cabinet was opened and batteries stolen. Cables connected to the batteries were cut. There were no signs of forced entry into the battery cabinet. • A truck, ’90 Toyota T100, was stolen from the 20200 block of Paradise Lane. The vehicle was recovered in the bushes by the location. The truck was not damaged. Jennifer L. Seetoo, Captain Malibu/Lost Hills Station
The Canyon Chronicle

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September 30, 2022