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September 2, 2006
The following incidents were taken from reports filed at the Glendale Police Station:     200 block of North Central Avenue: A 54-year-old Glendale man reported on Wednesday that someone broke into his business.           200 block of East Palmer Avenue: A 42-year-old Glendale man reported on Wednesday that someone stole a package containing $1,200 in computer equipment from his apartment.           200 block of East Palmer Avenue: A 59-year-old Glendale man reported on Wednesday that someone vandalized his 2002 Toyota Tundra.
February 11, 2009
The following were taken from reports filed at the Glendale Police Station: ? ? 1700 block of Victory Boulevard : A 30-year-old Riverside man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of controlled substance paraphernalia and possession of marijuana. ? Morrill and Orchard avenues : A 32-year-old man, 43-year-old woman and 53-year-old woman, all of Glendale, reported Friday that two bags, books, a Target gift card, a navigation system and a cell-phone charger were stolen from their cars.
By Veronica Rocha | August 1, 2008
GLENDALE — Police and city officials on Thursday backed a proposed bill that would add another point to the driving records of motorists who are leaning a little too heavily on the gas pedal. Motorists caught driving 26 mph or more above a posted speed limit would get two points on their records if Assembly Bill 2669 passes through the Senate, Assemblyman Paul Krekorian said at a news conference at the Glendale Police Station. Under current California law, motorists caught speeding are penalized a point on their driving records.
February 20, 2008
Last installment of forum to be held The Glendale Arts Alliance will hold its last community forum Wednesday at the Glendale Police Station. This week?s meeting is catered to artists and creative professionals who want to discuss their ideas about how the alliance and the Glendale Arts & Culture Commission can support the local community through partnerships with other artists, businesses and organizations, marketing support and other support. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. and is expected to last until 8:30 p.m. For more information, contact Elissa Glickman at (818)
By Anthony Kim | August 30, 2007
GLENDALE — The city recently received some show-biz recognition from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Glendale’s government access channel, GTV6, took home its fifth Los Angeles Area Emmy Award on Saturday for “Every 15 Minutes” — a teen drunk-driving awareness program staged live at Hoover High School last year, which the station produced for television. The awards recognize broadcast achievements produced or solely financed and controlled by Los Angeles television stations or cable systems, according to the academy.
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