Two transients are identified as suspects in the recent rash of residential burglaries throughout Burbank.
Burbank Police officer, on patrol in Magnolia Park and aware of recent residential burglaries in the city, investigates a suspicious vehicle, leading to the arrest of its driver on multiple charges.
Daytime burglary from residence on S. Lincoln Street reported on Monday, February 17. Computers and jewelry were taken.
Over 200 plants in various stages of growth were seized and one person arrested.
Joseph Valento, Jr., failed to pass a field sobriety test and was arrested for DUI causing bodily injury after a traffic accident on Friday.
Several portable electronics are taken from a residence on Scott Road during the daytime on Wednesday.
Burbank Animal Control Officers are forced to euthanize a badly injured coyote discovered caught in a trap in bushes near the freeway at Bob Hope Park.
City worker finds skeletal human remains near the Stough Canyon Nature Center.
Twenty-four-year old Burbank resident Joshua Boston is arrested for a string of local armed robberies allegedly committed by the same individual wearing a thick, long dark beard.
An apartment and a garage are the latest targets in two residential burglaries over the weekend.
Packages were reported taken from a Fed Ex truck on its delivery route and speakers were taken from a vehicle in the Islands parking lot.
At Olive and Sixth and in the Empire Center parking lot, two separate robbery attempts are reported. In one case, the suspect did get away with the female victim’s phone.
Burbank business discovers employee had been recording other employees in the restroom without their knowledge. Burbank Police file charges and the case concluded in the courts recently.