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  • Agencies organize drug take-back

    Agencies organize drug take-back
    Residents looking to get rid of expired, unused or unwanted medications can do so anonymously Saturday by dropping them off at various pharmacies. The Crescenta Valley Drug & Alcohol Prevention Coalition has teamed up with local and federal law...
  • Man pleads guilty for the 1996 murder of Glendale woman

    Man pleads guilty for the 1996 murder of Glendale woman
    A 55-year-old Los Angeles man pleaded guilty Monday to charges that several years ago he killed two missing women, including one from Glendale whose body was discovered in trash bags along a roadside in Rosarito, Mexico. Aurangzeb “Simon”...
  • Glendale resident found guilty in healthcare fraud plot

    A 49-year-old local woman was found guilty Tuesday for her role in an elaborate $20-million healthcare fraud scheme that officials say involved a medical imaging clinic in south Glendale. Nurista Grigoryan, a Glendale resident, allegedly fraudulently...
  • Manjra sentenced to 25 years to life for deaths of two women

    Manjra sentenced to 25 years to life for deaths of two women
    A 55-year-old Los Angeles man was sentenced Wednesday to serve 25 years to life in prison for the deaths of a Glendale woman whose dismembered body was found in Mexico and another woman whose body has never been found. Los Angeles County Superior Court...
  • La Cañada History: YMCA received a big gift

    La Cañada History: YMCA received a big gift
    Ten Years Ago A man made off with slightly more than $800 worth of medication and other items from a La Cañada Flintridge pharmacy one Sunday in December 2003, after approaching the store’s counter and demanding the goods. The suspect, described as...
  • Regional crime lab prepares for evidence

    Regional crime lab prepares for evidence
    A new long-awaited regional crime laboratory could begin processing vital ballistic analysis and DNA evidence for hundreds of unsolved property crimes as early as May, police said Thursday. Local police and city officials on Thursday introduced the...
  • Burbank police search for missing schizophrenic man

    Police officials are searching for a schizophrenic man who was reported missing six days ago. Without his medication, he is considered "an extreme threat" to himself, according to a public announcement issued today. The man, 37-year-old Vage Kameryan, is...
  • Bill would expand DNA search parameters

    Bill would expand DNA search parameters
    A bill recently introduced by Congressman Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) would make it easier for police departments to use DNA technology to solve cold cases. Schiff pointed to last year's break in the 25-year-old so called “Grim Sleeper” serial...
  • Mother issues plea for help in locating missing son

    Mother issues plea for help in locating missing son
    Nine days after a 22-year-old man who suffers from several mental disorders disappeared from a group home in Glendale, his mother said he could be a danger to himself and to others. She is desperate to locate him, she said. Tyler Henson, 22, walked...
  • Clark Magnet students study ecological impact of marijuana grow operations

    After hiking up a steep Ojai trail in 90-degree heat this October, a group of Clark Magnet High School Students came upon abandoned camps where illegal marijuana growers lived and cultivated plants grown with an excess of illegal chemical fertilizers...
  • Hospital coalition aims to drop patient readmissions

    Hospital coalition aims to drop patient readmissions
    Local hospitals are ramping up efforts to drive down their readmission rates as an Oct. 1 deadline looms for them to achieve results or face state-imposed penalties. Of all the patients readmitted to the three local hospitals — Glendale Adventist,...
  • Police to host prescription drug drop-off events on Saturday

    Police in Burbank and Glendale will be taking part in a no-questions-asked prescription drug drop-off event Saturday as part of a national campaign to reduce household access to left over medications. Prescription drugs that remain at home are prone to...