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Palos Verdes Crime: Stolen Saddle

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and Palos Verdes Estates Police Department supplied this information on crime in Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills Estates, Rolling Hills, Westfield and Palos Verdes Estates.

The Palos Verdes Estates Police Department reported the following crimes and arrests in Palos Verdes Estates for the week spanning Nov. 20 through Nov. 26. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Lomita Station reported the following crimes and arrests in Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates and Westfield for the week spanning Nov. 25 through last Saturday. 

This week's police blotter includes a report of a stolen horse saddle, stolen chainsaws and more burglaries.

Rancho Palos Verdes

Two individuals were arrested on drug charges and two people were arrested on suspicion of violating vehicle/boating laws.

Petty Theft

Nov. 24-25; Narcissa Drive
Someone stole a leather saddle from an equestrian club.  

Dec. 1; 6600 block of Via Siena
An unknown individual took a backpack, textbook, binders and notebooks from a car parked on a residential street.

Burglary (Business)

Nov. 25, 9:30 p.m.; Miraleste Plaza
Someone took two chainsaws and two clearing saws after forcing open a garage door to gain entry.

Burglary (Vehicle)

Nov. 26; 29300 block of Hawthorne Boulevard
A rear passenger windown was broken and an unknown person took a purse, wallet, drivers license, credit cards and $40 in currency from a car parked in a public park.

Nov. 26-27; 30900 block of Hawthorne Boulevard
Someone cut the lock to a trailer and took four trimmers.

Nov. 29; 28900 block of Western Avenue
Someone smashed the rear passenger window of a car parked in a shopping center parking lot and took a purse, drivers license, credit cards and 500 English Pounds.

Attempted Burglary

Nov. 29; 28900 block of Western Avenue
A car was found with its driver side window smashed but not broken open in a shopping center parking lot.

Nov. 29; 6700 block of Los Verdes Drive
A suspect described as a Hispanic male in his twenties allegedly cut the lock to a woodworking shop but did not enter the shop. Police reports said the suspect might have been scared off by surveillance cameras.

Grand Theft

Aug 2011 - Nov. 26; 6400 block of Corsini Place
Two rolex watches were taken from a residence by somone in the past year.

Rolling Hills Estates

One person was arrested on drug charges.

Grand Theft (Vehicle)

Nov. 26, 9:30 a.m.; Buckskin Lane
An unknown person allegedly stole a lawnmower, weed trimmer and trimmer extensions from a residence.

Burglary (Business)

Nov. 25, 7:24 p.m.; Peninsula Center
Three suspects entered a store in the Peninsula Center and allegedly put six bottles of liquor in a booster bag and fled the scene.

Dec. 1, 3:32 p.m.; Peninsula Center
A suspect described as a white male, 5'8" tall, entered a store and allegedly stole a digital trunking handheld scanner then fled the scene on a red motorcycle.

Burglary (Vehicle)

Nov. 27, Peninsula Center
Someone smashed the front passenger window of a car parked in the Peninsula Center parking lot and took a purse, $100 in currency, credit cards, a cell phone, laptop and a watch.

Westfield

No crimes or arrests were reported during this period.

Burglary (Vehicle)

Nov. 25-26; 3600 block of Hidden Lane
An unknown person smashed the rear passenger window of a car parked in a residential area and took a violin, CDs, backpack, music bag, music books, sheet music, a check, trash can and plumbing fixtures.

Rolling Hills

One person was arrested on drug charges.

Palos Verdes Estates

No report submitted this week by police department.

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