The following reports were taken from the .
Marijuana Graffiti Reported at Crescenta Valley
An unknown person tagged “Smoke Herb” on a painted metal door frame of the elevator room of Building No. 6 at Crescenta Valley High School, sheriff's officials said.
The graffiti was applied with a black marker sometime between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. May 29 on the first floor, according to the report.
No witnesses were found at the scene and Associate Principal Michael Bertram was notified about the tagging. School custodian Roque Reynaga was contacted about clean up costs.
Additional tagging was also reported sometime between 7 a.m. and 11 a.m. on May 30, officials said. The suspect, who is unknown, marked “TSO” on a painted metal armrest of a metal seat located on the north side of Building No. 1.
“Graffiti stating “TSO” has appeared previously on the school campus…,” according to the report.
Both graffiti reports noted the cost is about $25 per graffiti clean up.
Starbucks Sucker Punch
A man was working on his laptop at the Starbucks at 1929 Verdugo Rd. in La Cañada, near United Artists Theatre, on June 3 when an unknown person walked up to him and asked, “Is that your Silver Mercedes?”
When the man answered “Yes,” the person hit him on the right side of his face. The man, who was sitting in a chair at the time, fell backward.
Before the chair could hit the ground, the person began to shake him back and forth and told the suspect, “Whoever you are mad at, I’m not him.”
Then the person let go of him, and ran out of Starbucks.
The man ran to his car to follow the suspect but, when the other person realized that he was being followed, he took off his shirt to cover his car’s license plate. The person drove off, leaving the man with a bloody nose and dried blood on his lip.
The following reports were taken from crimemapping.com. Arrest do not indicate convictions.
A home burglary happened in the 3700 Block of Danny Street, near Lauderdale Avenue, about 12:30 a.m. June 5, according to Glendale Police.
Someone broke into a vehicle in the 3500 Block of El Caminito about 9 a.m. June 5, Glendale Police reported.
Glendale Police reported a theft in the 2100 Block of Verdugo Road about 8 p.m. June 5.
Glendale Police reported a vehicle break-in theft in the 4400 Block of Indiana Avenue about 4 p.m. June 6.
A weapons laws violation was reported in the 2800 Block of Montrose Avenue about 4 a.m. June 7, according to Glendale Police.