The shooting might have been the result of a silent confrontation
between Ketikyan and two motorcyclists about 10 minutes before at
Oxnard Street and Victory Boulevard, said Ketikyan's passenger, a
20-year-old man who was not identified by police.
A white late-model Mustang with chrome wheels and dealer plates
reportedly pulled up alongside Ketikyan's car and opened fire, police
for lottery luck
NORTHWEST GLENDALE -- Police were on the lookout Tuesday for a
burglar who sought to multiply his luck by stealing a roll of
California Lottery scratchers from Broadway Mart and Deli.
A clerk told police that on Sunday a man initially walked in to
the store, at 508 W. Broadway, trying to buy beer, but didn't have
enough money to pay. The man returned later and asked for a lighter.
When the clerk turned his back, the man grabbed the plastic box
holding the roll of "Fantastic 40s" scratchers and ran outside.
It was not known Tuesday how many scratchers, which are worth $2
each, were left in the box.
The man fled west on his 10-speed bicycle on Broadway toward
Kenilworth Avenue. The burglar is described a white man who is 20 to
22, about 5 feet 6 inches tall with a medium build. The man had black
hair and wore a gray shirt, black pants and had a goatee.
Anyone with any information about this incident can call Glendale
Police at 548-4840. Anonymous tips can be made by calling Crime
Stoppers at 507-7867.
Bras for a Cause deadline nears
GLENDALE -- Soroptimist International, the volunteer organization
for women in business, is raising money for the Marcia Ray Breast
Center of Glendale with a creative benefit, Bras for a Cause.
Decorated bras will be on display and sold during a silent auction
at the event, which will be April 30 at Oakmont Country Club, 3100
Country Club Drive.
Tickets are $30, and participation in bra decoration requires a
$100 donation. For more information, call 265-3215.