September 6, 2011
Glendale-based IHOP has released a statement on the shooting deaths at a restaurant in Nevada, calling the killings tragic and "senseless. " Four people have been reported dead, including a gunman, after a shooting this morning in a strip mall parking lot and that spilled into an IHOP in Carson City, Nevada. The confirmed total of those who died in the shooting wasn't immediately available, although news reports put the number between 9 and 13. After the rampage, police say, the shooter shot himself in the head; the Associated Press reported later that he had died, according to the L.A. Times . In a statement posted on it's corporate website , IHOP called the shooting "senseless.
June 17, 2009
The following were taken from reports filed at the Glendale Police Department: ? ? 200 block of North Central Avenue : Businesses in a strip mall were targeted by vandals Friday. The businesses? windows were broken and toilet paper was scattered throughout. ? Foothill (210) Freeway and Lowell Avenue: A 20-year-old Sunland man was arrested Saturday on suspicion of possessing marijuana. ? 2600 block of Montrose Avenue : Gang graffiti was spray-painted Saturday on a sidewalk and utility pole.
September 12, 2000
It certainly is amazing that a Glendale resident -- Carol Weling ("Looking for miracles, not signs of the times," Aug. 31) -- can spend the time and effort to write a long letter containing so much emotion along with so little substance. I just hope someone from the City Council will answer it. First the comment about a "lowbrow approach for the almighty dollar." The city runs on the almighty dollar, and the income available to the City Council is far less than city expenses, as anyone who has been to the public meetings on this will know.
November 19, 2002
Janine Marnien A tenant of "national prominence" has been selected to develop two lots on the corner of Foothill Boulevard and Ramsdell Avenue, owner Vince Dundee has told the Crescenta Valley Town Council. Dundee will present his plans to the community Thursday at the November meeting of the council, something Sharon Raghavachary, councilwoman and co-chairwoman of the Foothill Design Committee, is "curious as heck" to see. "I think everybody could say they probably don't want another strip mall," she said.
August 1, 2008
The arrest of Luis Hernando Valasco, 55, of Van Nuys is linked to a weekend counterfeit crime that involved several area merchants. On Friday, the Apple Cart in the 1500 block of Foothill Boulevard reportedly received a counterfeit $50 bill for a purchase made by a woman, described as African American. She purchased an item for $5.92, handed the employee a $50 bill and received change. On that same day, three other businesses were found to have accepted counterfeit bills. The first, Rosemont Pet Hospital in the 2500 block of Foothill, reported that an African American man, 5?
February 21, 2004
Darleene Barrientos Glendale Fire arson investigators Friday continued to study a suspicious fire that destroyed three businesses and injured two people, including a Glendale firefighter. The three-alarm fire broke out about 6:39 a.m. Sunday and was under control in about an hour, but smoldered throughout the day because of chemicals stored at Leslie's Pool Supply, one of the three stores destroyed by the fire. Armine's Hair Salon and Safari Tan were also destroyed.
September 17, 2004
Jackson Bell Glendale investigators are asking the public to help find Grigor "Vrej" Adamyan, a man they believe could help them track down a missing Downey man who was last seen in Glendale more than a year ago. A few months ago, police received additional leads in the long-running investigation of Martin Pogosian's disappearance that pointed them toward Adamyan, Sgt. Steve Davey said, adding that Adamyan, who...
September 15, 2001
Amber Willard GLENDALE -- Outside the local Navy office, in a strip mall along Colorado Street, a display of fliers and pictures was propped on the sidewalk Friday. Next door, a man sat in the Marine Corp office, talking to recruiters early that afternoon. The scene was the same at the next storefront, where the Army has set up shop. "In the last three days, we've had a 10% to 15% increase," Army Staff Sgt. Patrick Luley said of the number of people calling or coming in to ask about joining the group after a series of terrorist attacks on the East Coast.
March 17, 2005
Power outage is being investigated The power outage that affected about 16,000 Glendale Water and Power customers Wednesday morning is still under investigation, city officials said. Between 8:12 and 9:20 a.m., buildings were without electricity when the Fremont, Grandview and Howard substations shut down after a transformer malfunctioned, city spokesman Ritch Wells said. "When we have these outages, there are a variety of reasons, all the way from Mother Nature to animals to equipment," Wells said.
January 31, 2003
Ben Godar Police believe a man last seen a week ago in Glendale might have been a victim of foul play and are asking anyone who might have seen him or his car to call them. Martin Pogosian, 33, of Downey was last seen at 2 p.m. Jan. 23 during a business meeting at a strip mall in the 1200 block of South Glendale Avenue, police said. Information from the family that Glendale Police would not disclose has led them to believe Pogosian might have been the victim of foul play, Sgt. Ian Grimes said.