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  • Police: Bones possibly found near Burbank hiking trail

    Police on Tuesday were investigating reports of possible bones discovered near a Stough Canyon hiking trail in Burbank, authorities said. Witnesses called police in the late afternoon after discovering what appeared to be bones while hiking in the area,...
  • Thieves make off with paintings, other items valued at $30,000

    Roughly $30,000 worth of paintings, jewelry and electronics were reportedly stolen from a Burbank home Monday afternoon, police said. Burglars broke in through the rear window and ransacked the home in the 900 block of Parish Place between 1:45 and 3:...
  • Thieves steal several items from home while residents on vacation

    Police are investigating a residential burglary in which a Burbank home was reportedly ransacked while its residents were on vacation. Between Nov. 26 and Dec. 4, thieves broke into a home in the 1100 block of Parish Place and stole three paintings,...
  • Police union president 'disappointed' by decision not to reinstate fired officer

    The Burbank police union president was “disappointed” in the Burbank city manager’s decision not to reinstate a fired police officer after an arbitrator recommended he do so, adding that the move was bad for employee morale, according to...
  • Two arrested for surveillance camera theft

    Two men were arrested Friday after police observed them walking down Chandler Boulevard pushing a shopping cart filled with what appeared to be eight stolen surveillance cameras, police said. At around 2:10 p.m., police saw the men — Thomas and...
  • Two men try to make off with $1,500 worth of clothing

    Two men were arrested Thursday after allegedly attempting to steal $1,500 worth of clothing from Target in Burbank, police said. Luis Cruz, 37, and Luis Izales, 33, both of Los Angeles, left the Empire Center store just after 3 p.m. with two shopping...
  • Man stopped at Target for alleged thefts

    A 28-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested after allegedly stealing $1,472 worth of items — including two flat-screen televisions — from Target in Burbank on three occasions over the course of a week, police said. The man, identified by...
  • Pair arrested in Burbank on suspicion of I.D. theft, other offenses

    A man and woman in a stolen truck were arrested Saturday morning after police discovered burglary tools, drugs, birth certificates and Social Security cards in the car, police said. Police spoke with Pamela Toftee, 28, and Kevin Aide, 21, both of...
  • Pair robbed by gunpoint of wallets and phones in Burbank

    Two men were robbed at gunpoint late Wednesday night in the rear parking lot of the Burbank Community YMCA, police said. A man — described as black, roughly 25 years old with a medium build — brandished a handgun and demanded the victims&...
  • Burbank police officer's firing questioned

    The Burbank City Council was caught off guard Tuesday when a speaker broke the news to elected officials that an arbitrator in an advisory decision ruled that one of the 10 police officers fired in 2010 in the wake of the infamous Porto’s robbery...
  • Burbank city manager declines reinstatement of fired officer

    Burbank’s top executive declined to reinstate a former Burbank police officer despite an independent arbitrator’s advisory ruling that the former officer should get his job back, records show. Mike Reyes, who joined the Burbank Police...
  • Police report for June 15, 2010

    Intersection of South Victory Boulevard & South Main Street Burbank police arrested Saul Ramirez, 27, of North Hollywood, on June 3 after witnesses claimed he shattered the window of a parked vehicle and removed property from inside. Ramirez allegedly...