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Weekly Crime Summary

This is a publication of the South Pasadena Police Departments Crime Prevention Unit 1422 Mission Street, South Pasadena, CA 91030 626-403-7270 Joseph F. Payne Chief of Police e-mail:

February 29 March 6, 2012

(Hundred block given in place of exact address)
The Weekly Crime Summary is a list of reported auto thefts, burglaries, robberies and other activities occurring in the City of South Pasadena. An alert and well-informed citizen makes you less of a target to a criminal. Remember; call the South Pasadena Police Department to report any suspicious activity.

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY 3-4-12, 1 PM to 3-5-12, 11 AM, 200 block of Grace. Suspect(s) pry front door open, activating alarm. Suspect(s) flee without making entry. LOSS: None. 2-29-12, 12 PM to 2:10 PM, 300 block of Garfield (Garage). Suspect(s) enters opened garage and leaves a bicycle. Suspect(s) takes unlocked loss from garage and leaves. LOSS: Bicycle.

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY 3-6-12, 11 AM to 11:30 AM, 800 block of Fair Oaks (Toko Ro). Suspect enters restaurant and walks to rear office area. Suspect enters unlocked office and takes loss, then leaves. LOSS: Cash. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, Black, 20-25 years, 507, 170, wearing gray beanie cap, white sneakers, and athletic jacket and pants. 3-5-12, 5 PM, 600 block of Fair Oaks (Bristol Farms). Suspect enters store and employee sees suspect takes loss and exit store without paying for loss. Employee calls police and officers locate suspect. LOSS: Food. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, White, 28 years, Pasadena.

AUTO BURGLARY 3-4-12, 8 AM to 8:45 AM, 1500 block of Fremont. 10, Honda Fit. Suspect(s) smashes window to gain entry. LOSS: Purse.

ASSAULTS 3-2-12, 11:40 AM, 1400 block of Fremont (South Pasadena High School). Suspect and victim are students and get into an argument, which escalates into a fight. FALSE INFO TO OFFICER 2-29-12, 1:34 PM, 700 block of Fair Oaks. Suspect is stopped and provides a false name to officer. Suspects true identity is later revealed which shows suspect having a suspended license and an outstanding warrant. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, White, 30 years, Los Angeles. DRUNK IN PUBLIC 3-1-12, midnight, 700 block of Prospect. Officers investigate a car alarm activating and locates suspect who is found to be intoxicated and unable to care for herself. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Female, Hispanic, 28 years, Los Angeles. DUI 3-2-12, midnight, Monterey/Via Del Rey. Suspect is stopped for a traffic violation and found to be driving under the influence of marijuana. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, Hispanic, 20 years, South Pasadena. 3-2-12, 11:55 PM, Fair Oaks/Grevelia. Suspect is stopped for a traffic violation and found to be driving under the influence of alcohol. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Female, Asian, 30 years, Los Angeles. 3-1-12, midnight, Grevelia/Park. Suspect is stopped for a traffic violation and found to be driving under the influence of alcohol. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, Asian, 64 years, San Gabriel.

THEFT 3-2-12, 9:40 AM to 11 AM, 1400 block of Fremont (South Pasadena High School). Suspect(s) enter victims unlocked vehicle and takes loss. Suspect(s) also enters three other unlocked vehicles in parking lot, but take no loss. LOSS: Wallet. IDENTITY THEFT/CREDIT CARD FRAUD/CHECK FRAUD September 2011 to 3-6-12, 1400 block of Lyndon. Suspect(s) uses victims personal information to obtain two cable TV accounts. 3-4-12, 5:30 PM, 1000 block of Mission (Battery Bookstore). Suspect enters store and purchases loss with a $100.00 bill. Employee later discovers the $100.00 bill is counterfeit. LOSS: Books. SUSPECT DESCRIPTION: Female, White, 20-30 years, 500, wearing a purple and black jacket and jeans.

Unknown date/time to 3-5-12, 1000 block of Orange Grove. Suspect(s) uses victims social security number to gain employment and files a tax return. Unknown date/time to 3-2-12, 1100 block of Fair Oaks. Suspect(s) uses victims personal information to open a credit card account.

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