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Woman Places Target Employee Under Citizen’s Arrest After Alleged Peeping Incident in Canyon Country

A 21-year-old Target employee in Canyon Country was charged with a misdemeanor after a woman placed him under citizen’s arrest when he allegedly “peeped” into a changing room with an electronic device, officials said Saturday. 93 more words

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Teacher in Fullerton Arrested for Alleged Relationship With 14-Year-Old

A teacher at Parks Junior High School in Fullerton was arrested Thursday for allegedly having a relationship with a 14-year-old boy.

Shauna Sims was booked at… 40 more words

Crime & Punishment

SCV to NYC: Run!

Last Sunday we awoke to a crisp and cool, true November day.  It was a welcome change from the summer-like temperatures we were subjected to all throughout September and October. 1,236 more words

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...Updated The Banner

The image I posted for the banner of this page is one of my own works.  It is a photograph of what remains of the old Fremont Pass.  308 more words

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SCVNews.com | Santa Clarita, CA Officials Discuss Protocols for Missing Teens | 10-15-2014

– Reports of two missing Santa Clarita Valley teens prompted concern from residents last week, before both runaway teens safely returned home.

Statistics indicate Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies receive, on average, almost one report a day, and protocols dictate the handling of each case individually, officials said Wednesday. 85 more words

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CA - Canyon Country Family Seeks Missing Teen Girl Vianka Salazar

Vianka Salazar, 15, a Canyon High student, was reported missing by her family last night after she didn’t return home.

She told family members she was going to the Canyon Country library with friends, but was later seen on her cellphone on Soledad Canyon Road, near Galeton Road, according to Vianka’s older brother, Rey. 20 more words

Missing

Surveillance Photos of Santa Clarita Valley Cell Phone Store Burglaries Released

Sheriff’s detectives asked for the public’s help Friday in identifying multiple men caught on surveillance video during two Santa Clarita Valley cell phone store burglaries investigators believe to be related. 217 more words

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