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|Suspicious Activity Near Elliott Middle SchoolStaff members at Elliott Middle School in Altadena have received reports of a male blowing kisses from a vehicle at young woman near the school. The suspect vehicle is a green Honda CRV. There is no other information at this time.
If you see the vehicle near Elliott Middle School or any other school in the Altadena area, please report it immediately to Altadena Sheriff's Station at: 626-798-1131.
|http://local.nixle.com/alert/5183224/On Sunday, April 20, 2014, at approximately 9:20 AM, a man entered a hospital in the 1000 block of West Carson Street, Torrance, and stabbed a nurse. The suspect has been identified as 38 year-old Santee resident, Thomas Robert Fredette.
Suspect Fredette entered the hospital after clearing a weapons screening area. Once inside the hospital, the suspect encountered a group of nurses, grabbed one of them from behind, and stabbed the female victim in the ear with a sharp object
|Nurse at Sylmar Hospital Stabbed, #LASD County Services Bureau Detectives InvestigatingDuring the early morning hours of Sunday, April 20, 2014, a man entered a hospital in the 14400 block of Olive View Drive, Sylmar, and stabbed an on-duty nurse.
Just after 2:00 A.M., the suspect, later identified as Romero Carnalla, 26 years old, of Los Angeles, entered the hospital, bypassed the weapons screening area, and fled into the building, away from security and law enforcement officers.
|#LASD Special Victims Detectives & The Easter Bunny visit kids at California Hospital Medical Center. Happy Easter!On Thursday, April 17, 2014, The Easter Bunny and personnel from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Special Victims Bureau visited over 50 children at California Hospital Medical Center for the 11th Annual Easter Bunny Operation. The Sheriff’s Department partners with the Easter Bunny Foundation to bring excitement and joy to hospitalized children and their families.
|Disaster Preperation WorkshopReady or Not,
Here it Comes!
The Fourth in a Series of Presentations
on Disaster Preparedness
for the citizens of Altadena and surrounding areas
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