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LASD - Santa Clarita Valley Station, Los Angeles County Sheriff
Sunday December 10th, 2017 :: 10:02 a.m. PST

Stevenson Ranch Public Safety Report for November 27, 2017 to December 3, 2017

Here is the Stevenson Ranch (Zone 3) Public Safety Report for November 27, 2017 to December 3, 2017.

The following crimes were reported:


Petty Theft, Theft by Access Card- 26900 block Alder Court 
Person(s) unknown stole the victim’s wallet from her purse which was left in a shopping cart unattended. Suspect(s) unknown then used her debit/credit cards to make numerous purchases totaling $1,200.00. 


Burglary (Construction Site)-  28200 block Henry Mayo Drive 
Person(s) unknown pried open a barn door and stole numerous steel pipe fittings and 100 copper sprinkler heads. Total loss including damages was $2,500.00. 


Burglary (Business)- 25800 block The Old Road 
Two male adults exited the store with three cell phones and an Apple watch which they did not pay for. The informant (employee) stated he was in the back room of the store at the time of the incident. Total loss was $1,500.00. 

Burglary (Business)- 28700 block The Old Road 
Person(s) unknown smashed the front window of the location. Person(s) unknown then entered the location and ransacked the register area. Nothing was taken. Total cost in damages was $100.00. 

Tip of the Week: Ready, Set, Go! 
The Los Angeles Fire Department encourages you to be prepared in the event of a brush fire. For those of you living near the current incidents, be vigilant and keep your TV or radio on. Make certain you have your family critical papers, phone data, pets and other valuables ready to evacuate if so directed. 

Ready, Set, Go is an important program designed to help you and your family stay safe. Here is the latest on how you can be prepared: Are you Ready? The most unpredictable and dangerous fire you're likely to encounter is a wind-driven wildfire. As winds change intensity and direction, a wildfire can either lay down and smolder, or it can turn into a roaring freight train. Knowing how to protect your home, your family, and when to leave in the event of a wildfire will be essential if you are to remain safe when disaster strikes. To help the community better understand the issues related to preparing for a wind-driven wildfire in the city of angels, the Los Angeles City Fire Department is partnering with Cal Fire, the Orange County Fire Authority, Santa Barbara County Fire Department, Los Angeles County Fire Department, San Bernardino County Fire Department, Riverside County Fire Department, and other agencies to create Ready, Set, Go, LA! Get Ready: The first step is to prepare your property, home, and family to be prepared in the event of a wildfire. Ready! Set! Go! Using these three words you can prepare your own Wildfire Action Plan and be prepared should a wildfire threaten your home. You can help protect your property by creating defensible space around your home. That means removing brush for a minimum of 100 feet. Be sure there are no tree limbs hanging over your house and the roof and gutters are free of leaves, pine needles and other debris. Make sure ornamental shrubbery is set back from the sides of your home and that leaves under them are cleared away. One of the most common dangers in a wildfire is free-falling embers landing in these places and igniting your home. Replace shake-shingle roofs with tile or other fire-resistant materials. Use fire-safe building materials when constructing or remodeling your home and plant fire-resistant landscaping. Assemble emergency supplies and prepare a list of the things you want to take with you if you need to evacuate. Remember to think about things like cash, medications, phone chargers, computers and food for your pets. Plan your escape routes; you should know at least two different ways out of your neighborhood. Get Set: If a wildfire threatens your neighborhood, act immediately. Back your vehicle into the driveway with the hood (front) facing the street. Next, roll up the windows, and load your vehicle with everything you want to take with you. Make certain your valuables are either in your vehicle, or are safety stored in a (fireproof) safe. Remove flammable materials from around your house. This includes patio furniture, firewood, decorations and anything else that could catch fire. Then monitor the news, your fire department’s website, and MySafe:LA for information regarding the fire. Go! In the past, the LAFD and other city agencies suggested residents await evacuation instructions prior to leaving their homes. The latest information suggests that you should not wait to be told to leave. Go early! If you've followed the suggestions noted here in the MySafe:LA website, as well as those related publications on the subject, you've already done what you can to protect your home and property. Firefighters need room in which to work. By leaving, you give them the best chance to protect your property.

Think Clearly! Leaving your home when a wildfire is approaching is a difficult and emotional decision. Many people believe that by staying behind, you will have a better chance of saving your home. During the past year, a growing discussion regarding "stay and defend" has been discussed by both city and fire service officials. The recent disasters in Australia, where so many lives were lost, combined with all of the experience gained in past California wildfires makes it clear that the "stay and defend" concept may sound reasonable on paper, but is extremely dangerous in real-life. People decide to stay before the fire front arrives. When it does, many people change their mind (or panic) and decide to leave - and at that time, it's too late. Many fatalities that have occurred in wildfires around the world are the result of people leaving their homes too late. It's up to you to be prepared in the event of a wildfire. We urge you to learn, adopt, and practice the Ready, Set, Go initiative. 

Take care, and be safe. 

Deputy Kevin Duxbury, Stevenson Ranch (Zone 3) Crime Prevention Unit 

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