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  • Around Town: We might as well laugh about it

    Based on a recent Around Town informal survey, La Caņadans are bummed by the burglaries, tired of the traffic and dumbfounded by the drought. In the spirit of offering useful commentary designed to lift your spirits, here is the Around Town inaugural “Top 10 Burglary, Drought and Traffic Jokes.” I hope it lowers your blood pressure and improves your day.
  • Crime Report: Residential burglaries and mailbox vandalism, theft

    La Caņada Flintridge April 8 Vandalism, mailbox: 3900 block of Hampstead Road. A woman reported that sometime between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. that day, someone damaged her mailbox and may have stolen mail from inside it. A deputy observed the interior...

    Letter: Guns strike her as a bit of overkill

    Re: “Crime prevention starts at home,” Around Town column, April 2. Columnist Anita Brenner passed along some very reasonable suggestions to avoid being a crime victim. One suggestion, however, struck me as a very poor idea: “Invest in...

    Thoughts from Dr. Joe: Using vigilance as a weapon in looking at safety

    On the La Caņada Flintridge Parents group Facebook page, vigilant neighbors have posted pictures of suspicious vehicles casing neighborhoods, looking for the easy mark. A recent column by Anita Brenner gave a proactive account of how not to be a victim...

    Around Town: Crime prevention starts at home

    There's a startling rise in burglaries ever since Proposition 47 and AB 109 took effect. Under Proposition 47, many drug offenses, formerly felonies, have been reclassified as misdemeanors and under AB 109, certain state prisoners were released to the...