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Safe July 4th
Have a Safe July 4th As we approach the 238th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, many of us will be planning celebrations with family and friends. As you enjoy the July
Walnut/Diamond Bar Station Personnel Support Special Olympics Torch Run
Walnut/Diamond Bar Station Personnel Support Special Olympics Torch Run On Monday, June 2, 2014, Walnut/Diamond Bar station personnel joined an estimated 4,000 officers and Special Olympics athletes
Meet the Sheriff Day Brings Preschoolers to Walnut City Library
Meet the Sheriff Day Brings Preschoolers to Walnut City Library On Friday, May 16, 2014, local children got to know deputies and volunteers from the Walnut/Diamond Bar Sheriff Station. Members of th
Call 9-1-1 To Report Drunk Drivers
Call 9-1-1 to Report Drunk Drivers. As the Memorial Day weekend signals warmer weather and the beginning of summer fun, Memorial Day is also widely referred to as the beginning of the “100 most dange
37th Annual Los Angeles County Memorial Torch Run Honors Fallen Peace Officers
On Friday, May 16, 2014, Walnut/Diamond Bar Station personnel and friends participated in the Sheriff Department’s 37th Annual Memorial Torch Run. This three day, 339 mile relay is dedicated to honor
Golf Tournament
The Walnut/Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Booster Club recently held their Annual Golf Tournament at Western Hills Country Club in Chino Hills on April 7, 2014. This tournament was dedicated to the President
Report for Reward - See Something, Say Something
In the City of Diamond Bar, a recent program was established to reward those who provide information leading to the identification and arrest of any person who willfully damages or destroys any real or personal property.
Business Watch
On Saturday March 15th, 2104 members of the Rowland Heights Team along with Walnut/Diamond Bar Captain Jeff Scroggin attended the Asian Business Seminar at the "STC Center"
HIGH-END APPLIANCE BURGLARY RING
WALNUT/DIAMOND BAR STATION DETECTIVES SERVED A MULTI-LOCATION SEARCH WARRANT IN THE CITIES OF PASADENA, RANCHO CUCAMONGA, ONTARIO AND RIVERSIDE. THE INVESTIGATION BEGAN WHEN SEVERAL EXPENSIVE APPLIAN
Residential burglaries where the suspect disabled the alarm
An arrest was recently made in a residential burglary series where the suspect broke into houses and disabled the alarm. The suspect targeted houses in gated communities. Jewelry, high-end purses an
Residential burglaries where large appliances were stolen
Recently, arrests were made regarding a burglary crew that broke into houses being remodelled, houses recently remodelled, and houses currently for sale. They mainly targeted high end appliances and
LASD - HQ Heightened Alert after Aurora, CO apparent isolated incident.
"While the tragedy in Colorado appears to be an isolated incident, our vigilance has been raised," said Captain Mike Parker, Sheriffs Headquarters Bureau.
Persistence Leads to finding Missing Women
Persistence of deputies of the Walnut / Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Station led to the recovery of a 72 year old female suffering from Alzheimer’s and dementia.
999 For Kids
The “999 for Kids” Program is an opportunity for a corporation or individuals to join other in providing much needed funds for this very special program.
Brother Who Shot Brother During Tues. Argument in Walnut Arrested in West Covina
Thursday, February 16th, 2012 :: 06:15 p.m. PST - Less than 48 hours after shooting his brother during a quarrel at the family home in the city of Walnut, 40 year-old Sean Alexander Kent was arrested
"Stretch Bandit" Parolee Charged w/ Bank Robberies After Police Chase. LACoDA, FBI, WestCovinaPD, LASD Hacienda Heights & Rowland Heights
"Stretch Bandit" Parolee Charged with Bank Robberies After Police Chase. LACoDA, FBI, West Covina PD, LASD Hacienda Heights & Rowland Heights News Release - Los Angeles County District Attorneys
SHERIFF’S TENACITY RETURNS STOLEN COMPUTERS TO SCHOOL
The tenacity of a sheriff’s special assignment team continues to return stolen “I-Mac” computers to students in Rowland Heights eight months after the crime.
Off Duty Sheriff Explorer Performed CPR and Saved Life
On Monday March 19, 2012, at approximately 2045 hours, off duty Explorer Bianca Olivares was on her way home with her father when she saw a crowd of people surrounding an elderly male lying on the...
Los Angeles County Peace Officers Torch Run for Special Olympics
During the week prior to the Special Olympics Summer Games, personnel from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department proudly joined athletes and officers from nearly 300 different law enforcement...
ROWLAND HEIGHTS MAN ARRESTED, ACCUSSED OF FIRING SHOTGUN
A tenant, soon to be evicted, is suspected of firing several shots Thursday at his apartment manager’s home.
TRAFFIC STOP LEADS TO ARREST OF FIVE
A traffic stop for a minor traffic violation led to the eventual arrest of a parolee and four others for Identity Theft and numerous other counterfeit crimes. On Wednesday, May 23, 2012, a sheriff’s
Man Arrested, Suspected of Multiple Area Robberies
A man suspected of multiple armed robberies in the area was arrested by Sheriff’s deputies early this morning seconds after committing another robbery.
NATIONAL NIGHT OUT
On August 6th, 2013, Walnut/Diamond Bar Sheriff’s will have their “National Night Out” Crime & Drug Prevention event for the residents of Rowland Heights.
Walnut/Diamond Bar Station Member Recognized as Volunteer of the Year
Recently, a local volunteer was recognized at a formal Ceremony held at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in downtown Los Angeles. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors presented Dean l. LeCesne wi
Two Arrested on Suspicion of Auto Theft
On 02/20/2013 at 8:45 AM, Deputies following the signal from a LoJack vehicle anti-theft system found and arrested two suspects in a stolen car. For further information, refer to the news article
Marijuana grow found in the hills above Pathfinder Regional Community Park, Rowland Heights
Early this morning Narcotics Bureau detectives received information from Sheriff’s Department Aero Bureau personnel of a possible outdoor grow located in the hills above Pathfinder Regional...
TRAFFIC STOP NETS ARREST OF PAROLEES FOR IDENTITY THEFT
A traffic stop for a minor traffic violation led to the eventual arrest of two parolees and a female passenger for Identity Theft and numerous other counterfeit crimes.
DEPUTIES USE COMMENDABLE RESTRAINT
Deputies responding to a family disturbance used commendable restraint and relied on less than lethal weapons to take a suspect into custody.
GOOD SAMARITAN THWARTS RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY
A Good Samaritan thwarted the efforts of several juveniles as they were attempting to break into an apartment Wednesday. On June 20, 2012, deputies from the Walnut / Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Station...
Elderly Male Victimized by Daughter-In-Law
Detectives from Walnut/Diamond Bar Station, along with Detectives from Commercial Crimes Bureau served a search and arrest warrant in connection with a lengthy investigation into a case of Elder Abuse
Walnut/Diamond Bar Station joins the Diamond Bar fight on Cancer with the Relay For Life
The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Diamond Bar was held Saturday and Sunday, June 8&9, at Lorbeer Middle School at 501 Diamond Bar Blvd in the City of Diamond Bar.
Three Arrested for Graffiti at Mt. San Antonio College
An alert school police officer observed three suspects in the act of tagging on the school campus early Wednesday morning. At 12:23 AM, Walnut / Diamond Bar Station received a call to assist Mt. San
Victims of Assault Stabbed Multiple Times
On September 13, 2012, at 2:55 P.M., deputies from the Walnut/Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Station received a call of an assault with a deadly weapon where two victims were reportedly stabbed multiple times.
Domestic Call Leads to Discovery of Hoax Bomb Device
On July 18, 2012 at 9:20 A.M., Diamond Bar deputies responded to a domestic disturbance call at 22886 Hilton Head Drive, Diamond Bar. During a check of the residence, deputies noticed a suspicious...
WALNUT / DIAMOND BAR SHERIFF’S STATION BLOOD DRIVE SET
Walnut/Diamond Bar Deputies host second Red Cross Blood Drive for 2012. On Tuesday, June 19, the Walnut/Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Station will be hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive. The American Red Cross
STUDENT IN POSSESSION OF UNLOADED FIREARM
Deputies responded to Diamond Ranch High School, Diamond Bar, regarding a student who was possibly in possession of a firearm. Deputies arrived swiftly and coordinated a plan with school officials.
Sheriff Lee Baca says conditions improving in L.A. County jail system
Sheriff Lee Baca said the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department has made, and continues to make, significant progress in improving conditions and reducing the use of force on inmates.
Two arrested on suspicion of auto theft - Pomona
The incident began about 8:45 a.m. when deputies from the sheriffs Walnut/Diamond Bar Station picked up on the signal in the Rowland Heights area, Perez said. Deputies closed in on the sport utility
Ruse Burglaries in the Walnut/Diamond Bar Area Appear to Target the Elderly
Walnut/ Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Station is issuing a warning to residents regarding burglary suspects claiming to be city workers or water district employees.
Mature Driver Improvement Courses Offered at Walnut/Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Station
Seniors 55 and older are cashing in on driving classes that offer discounts of up to 20 percent on their auto insurance.
Moms plead in massive Ponzi scheme. More than 40 victims defrauded over $1.5M
News Release- Los Angeles County District Attorneys’ Office - Pair pleads today in massive Ponzi scheme POMONA – Two Diamond Bar women charged with defrauding seven people out nearly $600,000 ...
Diamond Bar/Walnut Station holds a fund-raising Bar-B-Que supporting 999 For Kids
Sgt. Christina Baker arranged a Bar-B-Que on June 9, as a fundraiser for 999 For Kids at the Target Store in Diamond Bar. Beginning at 10:00 and continuing until she ran out of hot dogs...
BURGLARY SUSPECTS IN CUSTODY
On Monday, May 6, 2013, at 2:45 PM, Walnut/Diamond Bar Sheriffs Station personnel located a dark colored Mercedes sedan which was possibly involved in a residential burglary in the city of Pomona, an
Treasurer Misappropriates Donated Funds From Community Club
Detectives from Walnut/Diamond Bar Station filed a felony complaint with the District Attorney charging Lisa May (aka: Lisa Haygood) with six felony counts including Grand Theft and Forgery. The ch
Two Arrested on Suspicion of Auto Theft
On 02/20/2013 at 8:45 AM, Deputies following the signal from a LoJack vehicle anti-theft system found and arrested two suspects in a stolen car. For further information, refer to the news article
Local law enforcement increasingly turn to social media for preventive policing
Local law enforcement increasingly turn to social media for preventive policing.
*VIDEO*Roof Top Serial Bank Heist Crew Captured After Year-Long Investigation
Save Lives - Slow for the Cone Zone
Caltrans worker killed on freeway ramp is third to die in So Cal since May. Save Lives ... Slow for the Cone Zone News Release - California Department of Transportation Caltrans announced that R
Homicides Decrease in LASD area. Overall 5 year crime decreases.
Homicides Decrease in LASD area. Overall crime increases in first 3 months of 2012 compared to 2011. Overall 5 year crime decreases. Homicides Decrease slightly in LASD area compared to last year. Ov
Prescription drugs worth millions to dealers
CNN video interview with LASD - Prescription drug abuse is the scourge of the nation and pills, like these Oxycontin tablets seized in Los Angeles, are scoring big bucks on the street. By Parija Ka
Job scams work when your not
Job scams work when your not ... Navigating the job market can be frustrating in these difficult economic times. But unemployment can go from bad to worse when job hunters become the target of scamm
Adulterated cocaine causing serious skin reactions
Doctors Warn of Potential Public Health Epidemic ... Adulterated Cocaine Causing Serious Skin Reactions With Up to 70 Percent Contaminated ScienceDaily (June 21, 2011) — Doctors warned of a potential
Drive Defensively
Experts say 11% to 14% of drivers tested positive for drug use. The driver next to you may be impaired (NHTSA) Drive defensively: The driver next to you may be impaired. Experts say 11% of drivers te
Do not be a victim of phishing scams. Protect your identity.
Protect your personal information! The IRS does not initiate taxpayer communications through email. Click the hyperlink here for information from the Internal Revenue Service: What is phishing? Ph
Traffic Safety and LASD Collision Reduction / Traffic Enforcement Program (NHTSA)
California Office of Traffic Safety, LASD Collision Reduction and Traffic Enforcement Program According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, motor vehicle crashes killed 41,821 indi
Sheriff's Volunteers on Patrol
Sheriffs Volunteers on Patrol will conduct vacation checks of your residence when you leave town Going on vacation? Want someone to help your family/friends to keep an eye on your home? Civilia
ATM Skimming
How criminals use hidden cameras, fake card slots and more to steal your money @ FBIPressOffice From the FBI Press Office Taking a Trip to the ATM? Beware of Skimmers Last fall, two brothers.
Cyberbullying
National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) A public advertising campaign aimed at preventing Cyberbullying: http://www.ncpc.org/cyberbullying/ If you’re like most teenagers, you spend
Anti-Gay Hate Crime Vandalism Under Investigation
Deputies went to the 44200 Block of 10th Street West, Lancaster, at 9:54AM, Sunday, June 26, 2011, in response to a vandalism call. When they arrived, they found several pieces of anti-gay graffit
What to do if you see a drunk driver
It happens every day. Drunk drivers get on the roads, endangering our friends and loved ones. Sometimes, we witness these drivers on the road, weaving in and out of lanes or traveling down a highway g
Thursday, October 20th at 10:20 a.m. millions of people will participate in the 2011 Great California ShakeOut!
In 2010, more than 7.9 million Californians practiced Drop, Cover, and Hold On to practice how they will protect themselves during earthquakes, and increased their overall preparedness. Join us in 201
If You See Something, Say Something - DHS
If You See Something, Say Something - DHS Secretary Napolitano Announces, IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING, Campaign Partnership with Los Angeles.
FAA to Impose Civil Penalties for Pointing Lasers into Cockpits
The Federal Aviation Administration - FAA will begin to impose civil penalties against people who point a laser into the cockpit of an aircraft. “This is another great tool for law enforcement to he
12 Identity Theft Prevention Tips
Look for hyperlinks for more details and brochures you can print out and share 1. Identity theft starts with the misuse of your personal identifying information such as your name, Social Security n
Small business owners urged to prepare in advance of emergency
Small business owners urged to prepare in advance of emergency. Up to 40% don’t reopen after disasters FEMA, Red Cross & Ad Council launch new Ready Business PSA’s to urge small businesses to prepare
Business Watch
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