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Beautiful Altadena Altadena Sheriff’s Station would like to thank The Sheriff’s Support Group of Altadena (SSGA) for their generous donation. SSGA provided funds to Altadena Station to purchase these “Beautiful Altadena” license plate frames for every vehicle in our fleet. Altadena intends to work hard and keep Altadena Beautiful.
LASD & FBI Seek Public's Help in ID'ing & Locating the Female Bank Robbery Suspect-Bombshell BanditInvestigators with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and the FBI are seeking the public's assistance in learning the identity and whereabouts of a female bank robbery suspect nicknamed the Bombshell Bandit, based on the bomb threat she made during the robbery, coupled with what witnesses described as a glamorous disguise, including a wig and large sunglasses.
Altadena Sheriff's Station Crime Scene Investigator's Camp for Teens - August 4 through August 8, 2014, 8:00AM - 12:00 PMDid you ever want to know what it is like to solve a crime as a real crime scene investigator (CSI)? Well now young people with an interest in crime scene investigations are invited to learn about the field from deputies this summer as the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Altadena Station Crime Scene Investigation Camp...
LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER ARRESTED FOR KIDNAPPING, ALTADENA Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) Altadena Station detectives arrested 34 year-old John Edward Maust, a local high school teacher, for kidnapping three juveniles after asking them for a ride.
Altadena Station serves Search Warrant and arrests four adults with guns and narcotics.On Thursday, June 5, 2014, deputies from the Altadena Sheriff Station’s Summer Violent Crime Enforcement Program (SVCEP) and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Narcotics Bureau conducted a search warrant during the early evening hours on the 500 block of West Palm Street in Altadena.
(LASD History) Newhall Constable Jack Pilcher Dies in 1925 Shooting Tragedy in Ranch HouseOver his fifteen year career in law enforcement, Constable John S. (Jack) Pilcher was one of the most respected lawmen in Los Angeles County. He began his service as a peace officer in 1910 and served the townships of Chatsworth, Calabasas and Newhall, putting his life at risk on many occasions.
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