SPPD Weekly Crime Summary | Dec 1-7, 2020

Crimes and arrests from the week of December 1-7 in South Pasadena

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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.


• 11-30-20, 11:42 PM, 2000 Block of Alpha. Suspect takes loss from victim’s front porch. SUSPECT VEHICLE: Silver BMW 700. SUSPECT DESCRIPTION: Female, 5’05”, 160 lbs, blonde shoulder length hair, wearing a dark colored facemask, dark colored pants, a gray long sleeved shirt, and Adidas shoes. LOSS: Parcel package.

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• 11-27-20, unknown time to 11-30-20, 1:14 AM, 1000 Glendon Way. Suspect(s) enter victim’s vehicle through unknown means and take loss. Suspect(s) then use victim’s credit card and checks for unauthorized purchases and transactions at an unknown bank. LOSS: U.S currency

• 11-23-20, unknown time to 11-24-20, unknown time, 800 Block of Monterey. Suspect(s) take loss from victim’s front porch. LOSS: Parcel package.

• 11-10-20 to 11-24-20, 1200 Block of Indiana. Suspect(s) take loss from victim’s open garage. LOSS: Bicycle, bicycle gloves, storage pouch, front and rear bicycle lights, and U.S currency.

• 12-04-20, 6:16 PM, 1100 Block of Fair Oaks (Vons). Suspect enters store and takes loss. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, 27 years, Pasadena. LOSS: Alcoholic beverages.

• 12-06-20, 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM, 400 Block of Garfield. Suspect(s) cut cable lock and take loss from victim’s carport area. LOSS: Bicycle.

• 12-02-20, 12:00 PM to 12-03-20, 9:00 AM, 600 Block of Meridian, ’08 Toyota Prius. Suspect(s) take loss from victim’s vehicle. LOSS: Catalytic converter.


• 4-02-20, 1700 Block of Raymond Hill. Suspect(s) uses victim’s personal information to obtain an unauthorized loan.

• 11-02-20, unknown time, 1600 Block of Huntington. Suspect(s) withdraw money in check form from victim’s bank account without authorization. LOSS: U.S currency.

• 10-02-18 to October 2020, 1500 Block of Rollin. Suspect alters court documents and submits them to court after a court interpreter verifies the language translation.


• 12-04-20, 4:00 PM to 12-07-20, 8:00 PM, 500 Block of Mission (office building). Suspect(s) pries window open to gain entry. LOSS: None.


• 12-5-20, 7:50 AM, 200 block of Fair Oaks. Suspect finds hidden key to gain entry into victim’s residence. Suspect leaves and commits burglary below. LOSS: Unknown.

• 12-5-20, 8:13 AM, 200 Block of Fair Oaks (hot prowl). Victim is home when suspect smashes victim’s window to gain entry. Victim exits residence and calls police. Officers locate suspect inside victim’s residence. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, 31 years, Rosemead.


• 11-29-20, 5:30 PM, 700 Block of Fair Oaks. Suspect enters building and refuses to leave. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, 38 years, Los Angeles.

• 12-04-20, 5:00 PM to 12-07-20, 9:00 PM, 1400 Block of Fair Oaks. Suspect(s) enter victim’s office space without permission through breaking a window lock and proceeding to enter through the window.


• 12-04-20, 9:30 PM, 1100 Block of Fair Oaks (Vons). Suspect enters store and takes loss. Employee sees suspect exiting store without paying for loss. Suspect brandishes a firearm at employees. SUSPECT VEHICLE: Black or dark blue in color, possibly a Mitsubishi, with a large rear spoiler. SUSPECT DESCRIPTION: Male, 5”06”, 190-200 lbs, wearing a blue “LA Dodger” facemask, gray shirt, gray pants and black shoes. LOSS: Alcoholic beverages.


• 12-03-20, 4:30 PM to 8:00 PM, 1900 Block of Meridian, ’11 Chevrolet Corvette. Suspect(s) shatter the rear windshield of victim’s vehicle.


12-01-20, 11:55 PM, Fremont/Main. Suspect is stopped for a traffic violation and is found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, 20 years, Pasadena.

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