living out of it, authorities said.
When she found the unidentified people sleeping, she woke them
told them to get out before she called 911. They dressed, and the man
said "sorry" before leaving, police said.
The victim told police nothing was missing from the apartment, and
she believes the man and woman got in because one of her children
left a door unlocked, police said.
Men cash fake checks at Cashiers Express
NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- About 15 fraudulent checks worth a combined
$3,000 were allegedly cashed at Cashiers Express, a clerk told
The clerk said that 15 men stood outside Cashiers Express, 106 N.
Glendale Ave., about 4:30 p.m. Friday and claimed to be employed at
the same business, according to police reports. They walked into the
store in groups of two and three and cashed the fake checks, police
The clerk then noticed one of the men try a second time to cash
another check that had the same check number and was for the same
amount as his first, police said. When she told him she needed to
verify the check's authenticity, the suspects fled on foot.
Beeline begins six-month realignment
GLENDALE -- The Beeline's route 7 began a six-month realignment
Monday, changing its path from the Kenneth Village area to Glenoaks
The new route should serve more residents, city officials said.
The realignment is expected to increase ridership.
Ridership data will be collected during the six-month trial, and
be compared to the original route. The city will consider permanent
changes based on the success of the new route.
Suspect to face charges in fatal road rage case
GLENDALE -- A murder suspect who fled to Armenia was taken into
custody this week, thanks to international inter-agency cooperation.
Shahen Keshishian, 32, a former Glendale resident, was booked
Wednesday on suspicion of murder in the killing of documentary
filmmaker Michael Craven on April 29, 2000. The killing is believed
to be a road rage incident, in which Keshishian's unknown passenger