Janeane Covarrubias http://goo.gl/FdJ4k
David Crabtree http://goo.gl/hY0Uu
Ed Gililland http://goo.gl/EkCiY
Rob Hammond http://goo.gl/V0fbl
Ed McCarthy http://goo.gl/4J6Yz
Terrence Williams http://goo.gl/N1Pqa
Bryan Wong http://goo.gl/llWwB
- Brad Haugaard
- Brad Haugaard
~ Monrovia's Aerovironment is among the companies in the Aerospace & Defense Industry with the highest growth in Earnings Per Share. http://goo.gl/A7YVH~ No bodybuilding competition at Monrovia High, school board decides. http://goo.gl/nkmTY
~ Redistricting could make San Gabriel Valley lean more Democratic: http://goo.gl/tm8Ig- Brad Haugaard
Shots on Norumbega | Monrovia's McCarthy Great Player, Nice Guy | Boot Camp Video | Trader Joe's Stays Quirky | Drug Roundup | Bartlett vs. Hammond | City Website Changes
- Brad Haugaard
The Florida labor group wants Trader Joe's to pay an extra penny a pound for tomatoes it picks, to benefit the pickers. Trader Joe's says it is already doing that but won't sign the agreement because "the agreement that Trader Joe’s has been asked to sign is overreaching, ambiguous and improper."
Details from both sides at these links:
~ Coalition of Immolakee Workers: http://goo.gl/rEisD
~ Trader Joe's response: http://goo.gl/M0OGG
- Brad Haugaard
$7.3 Million Army Contract for Monrovia Company | Prolacta Collects $100k for Breast Cancer Research
or the visible map area. CrimeMapping.com has proven effective in reducing crime by increasing the number of eyes and ears out there aware of local activity. The department will be able to use CrimeMapping.com live at community meetings to help provide reliable crime information and encourage citizens to report offenses. You can access CrimeMapping.com through a link on the City of Monrovia website. The department also has a link to an informative video that explains how to use all the features on the crime map. To learn more about crime mapping visit the website at www.cityofmonrovia.org. - Brad Haugaard (from city press release)
Monrovia PD: Investigation of Mayflower Shooting, Purse Tug of War, 'Everyone's Going to Die', Drugs, Alcohol, Etc.
- Brad Haugaard
- Brad Haugaard
Monrovia Mayor vs Mayor | Football vs. La Canada Tonight | School Board Candidates | Video Rental Store Still Around
Monrovia's McCarthy Selected for All-American Bowl | Meth Arrest | Bear Pool Party | Bradoaks Car Wash
Monrovia Employment Seminar | Sacramento Stuff | Girls' Tennis | Art in Park | UPS Store | Halloween
Monrovia Money for Energy Upgrades | Health Screenings | Fire and Deer Plants | Kid's Book Club | Philippines
[Monrovia Police activities from the Police Department’s Neighborhood Watch Report for September 29 – October 5 – Brad Haugaard]
During the last seven-day period, the Police Department handled 518 service events, resulting in 114 investigations. Following are the last week’s highlighted issues and events:
Battery With Serious Bodily Injury / Resisting and Delaying a Peace Officer – Suspect Arrested
On September 29 at 8:41 p.m., callers reported a fight in the 400 block of Hurstview. Two male subjects were arguing and began to fight. The suspect moved aggressively toward the victim, and the victim struck the suspect once in the head to defend himself. The suspect then grabbed the victim and viciously bit the victim multiple times causing visible wounds that may require further treatment. Officers arrived and detained both subjects. While being detained, the suspect suddenly raised his arms in an attempt to go after the victim again and struck the officer in the face with his arm. The suspect was arrested and taken into custody without further incident. The officer was not injured.
Driving Under the Influence – Suspect Arrested
On September 30 at 1:58 a.m., officers observed a vehicle straddling lanes while sitting at the light on Duarte at Myrtle. They watched as the light cycled three times without the driver moving. The officers approached the car and observed the driver slumped over in his seat. They alerted the driver and he jolted awake. They told him to turn the car off, but he put it in neutral and the car rolled slowly back and bumped the police unit behind it. No damage was sustained after the slight bump between vehicles. The driver was determined to be under the influence of alcohol and arrested.
Fight in Progress
On September 30 at 2:37 a.m., callers advised dispatch a fight was in progress in the 300 block of Norumbega. Officers arrived and detained four subjects. They determined the subjects were family members and had been involved in a heated discussion, which resulted in one family member getting extremely upset. As they tried to get him back in the car they had been driving in, he resisted them. The investigation revealed that no crime had occurred and there were no injuries, and no one desired prosecution.
Commercial Burglary – Suspects Arrested
On September 30 at 8:52 p.m., police responded to a business in the 500 block of West Huntington regarding a burglary. Store loss prevention observed a male and female subject enter the store. The male subject selected a pair of shorts and put them on under his pants. He then left the store without paying. He went to a car outside the store and waited. The female concealed about $400 worth of jewelry on her person and entered the dressing room. Officers arrived and detained the male suspect, locating the stolen property. The female continued to shop and was seen removing tags and concealing more items. The female was detained inside the store. All of the items she had removed tags from were concealed in a bag she was carrying. Neither subject had money or any means of paying for the items. After review of the facts and interviews with the suspects, they were both arrested and charged with commercial burglary.
On October 4 at 11:12 a.m., a city employee reported vandalism at a park in the 300 block of East Lime. An officer responded and found the suspect(s) had written gang graffiti at several locations throughout the park. Investigation continuing.
On October 4 at 3:15 p.m., an officer responded to a residence in the 700 block of South California. The victim reported that her white Honda, which was parked in the rear carport, had been tampered with during the night.
Grand Theft Auto
On October 4 at 3:33 p.m., an officer was dispatched to a residence in the 1400 block of South Shamrock regarding a stolen vehicle. The reporting party last saw the vehicle on Sunday, October 2. The vehicle is a Black, Chevy Silverado truck with no license plates on it.
Receiving Stolen Property – Suspect Arrested
On October 5 at 3:30 a.m., an officer conducted a traffic stop on a subject at Foothill and Mountain for a traffic violation. The officer obtained consent to search the vehicle from the solo occupant. A Kindle electronic book was found, prompting a suspicious story from the driver. Evidence indicated the device belonged to a female subject from Duarte. The female subject was contacted and confirmed her Kindle was reported stolen to the Sheriff’s Department a week prior. The suspect was arrested for receiving stolen property.
Suspicious Circumstances / Possession of Narcotics Paraphernalia – Suspect Arrested
On October 5 at 4:50 a.m., an officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation at Foothill and Mountain. He contacted the two male occupants, who said they were from Covina. The subjects had no reason to be in the area at that time of the morning. The driver was driving on a suspended license and was found to be on parole for receiving stolen property. He had a large butcher knife in the door panel of the driver’s side door. The passenger was found to be in possession of a methamphetamine pipe. The vehicle was searched and the following suspicious items were found: A realistic-looking black pellet pistol, bandanas, a baseball bat, and both subjects had latex gloves in their possession. State parole was contacted. The passenger was arrested for possession of narcotics paraphernalia and the vehicle was impounded. Investigation continuing.