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December 6, 2003
The following information was taken from police reports: Western Avenue and the Golden State (5) Freeway: A 14-year-old Glendale boy was arrested Thursday on suspicion of possessing marijuana for sale. He was later released to a parent. Colorado and Lafayette streets: A 39-year-old Glendale man and a 35-year-old Glendale woman were arrested Thursday on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine and a switchblade. 100 block of West Elk Avenue: A 19-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of possessing cocaine.
February 2, 2010
The following were taken from daily booking reports from the Glendale Police Department. AREA 1   800 block of East Mariposa Street Alexander Barrera, 22, was arrested Jan. 28 on suspicion of vandalism in furtherance of a criminal street gang.     100 block of North Isabel Street Lidia Chebukina, 69, was arrested Jan. 28 on suspicion of shoplifting.     100 block of North Isabel Street Steven Allen Golden,64, was arrested Jan. 28 on suspicion of shoplifting.
By Chris Wiebe | August 27, 2007
LA CRECENTA — A tour Saturday sponsored by the Historical Society of La Crescenta took participants through some of the darker aspects of the area’s past. “This tour of the hidden under-belly of the Crescenta Valley. . .  reveals the dirty little secrets from the past that the Chamber of Commerce doesn’t want you to know about,” said Mike Lawler, of the historical society. During a tour stop at Whiting Woods, participants learned from tour guide Gary Keyes that the area was once a hotbed of illegal activity, such as opium sales, running moonshine and prostitution.
April 5, 2002
Karen S. Kim GLENDALE -- A young soldier in Afghanistan suffers from hypothermia after spending more than 14 hours belly down in the snow to protect the American machine gun equipment from being overtaken by the Al Quaeda. Propaganda is circulated throughout Afghanistan by terrorists threatening local citizens that death awaits any who are found aiding American troops. Afghanistan school children are excited and giddy at the prospect of returning to a classroom after a bombed school house is reconstructed after years of work.
May 5, 2006
Glendale Assistance League The hats came out for the Glendale Assistance League's April 25 Mad Hatter Tea. Chairwoman Deb Ann Orfalea organized the historical League Clubhouse at 314 E. Harvard Street into an elegant, elaborate tea house. Her centerpiece looked like a tall, flowered hat but was actually tiny cupcakes arranged with flowers and bows. League members on the hospitality team were up late cooking up tiny delicate edibles or up early at the flower mart picking the best flowers to make their arrangements.
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