Commerce and Business Organizations: 7314 Foothill Blvd, Tujunga, CA 91042-2727 Phone : 818-352-4433
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Feb. 19 Mail theft: 4300 block Woodleigh Lane. A woman reported that someone had removed all the mail that had been delivered to her mailbox between Feb. 12 and Feb. 16, while she was out of town. Feb. 20 Vehicle burglary: 4500 block of Lasheart Drive. A man reported that his wife had left a car locked and parked in front of the house at about 3 p.m. on Feb. 19. Alta Canyada Road at Flanders Road. Vandalism: 4500 block of Lasheart Drive. Feb. 21 Vandalism: 4700 block of Lasheart Drive. Taken was a silver Tiffany necklace and a wood jewelry box/clock.
Garcia, a 20-year veteran of the Forest Service and a Southern California native,Â started his career as one of the first graduates of the Angeles National Forest's Wildland Fire Explorer Academy.Â He worked on engine and hotshot crews before moving on to serve as Superintendent for the Little Tujunga Hotshots, a battalion chief and division chief on the Los Angeles Rivers Ranger District, according to the statement.
On Friday California High Speed Rail Authority board chairman Dan Richard directly addressed those residents in an op-ed defending the study of the proposed tunnel route : Today, many Californians would be astounded to learn that the Golden Gate Bridge was almost never built. But Richard isn't writing to make bigger points like this. Richard is of course correct to point out the possible advantages, and certainly the feasibility, of tunneling like this. Those are important factors to consider as the CHSRA examines this route.
Throughout this investigation, LAPD detectives will work closely with the administrators at Albert Einstein Academy to ensure that the staff member is not in a position to be in contact with students. This investigation was initially reported to the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department, but it was later determined that the alleged crimes occurred in the Tujunga district of Los Angeles, which falls under the jurisdiction of the Los Angeles Police Department. Tipsters may also go to LAPDOnline.org, click on "webtips" and follow the prompts.
A traffic stop Friday evening led to the arrest of two people after police discovered a handgun and drugs in their car, police said. The driver, identified as Los Angeles resident Nadine Gonzalez, 32, was stopped at Honolulu and Lowell avenues around 9 p.m. for failing to stop at a red light, said Glendale Police spokeswoman Tahnee Lightfoot. Both she and the passenger, Tujunga resident Daniel Keller, 46, were reportedly found to be on probation for drug sales.