Burbank Crime Report – May 8 Edition

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Crimes reported by the Burbank Police Department to Crimemapping

In Burbank, the police department has been responding to a diverse range of criminal activities from early April to early May 2024, showcasing the city’s ongoing challenges with public safety. Here’s a summary of the crimes reported, organized chronologically:

April 5, 2024

  • Fraud was reported at the 3600 block of W Magnolia Bl.

April 23, 2024

  • A burglary occurred at the 1700 block of N Victory Pl.
  • Theft/larceny took place at the 1500 block of W Olive Av.

April 30, 2024

  • Robbery was reported at the 700 block of N Fifth St.
  • Fraud activities were detected at the 400 block of S Griffith Park Dr.
  • An assault incident occurred at the 100 block of N Glenoaks Bl.

May 1, 2024

  • Early morning reports included a motor vehicle theft at the 1200 block of N Reese Pl and weapons offenses at the 100 block of N Valley St.
  • Burglaries were reported at the 300 block of E Cedar Av and 600 block of E Angelino Av.
  • Theft/larceny incidents occurred at S Buena Vista St/W Riverside Dr and the 100 block of E Alameda Av.
  • Additional drug/alcohol violations and a burglary were reported at S San Fernando Bl/E Alameda Av and 500 block of E Magnolia Bl, respectively.

May 2, 2024

  • The day started with drug/alcohol violations at N San Fernando Bl/E Burbank Bl.
  • Fraud was reported at the 1600 block of N San Fernando Bl.
  • Assaults were recorded throughout the day at various locations including 4000 block of W Riverside Dr, 100 block of E Orange Grove Av, and 600 block of E Santa Anita Av.
  • Thefts/larcenies also occurred at the 2500 block of W Victory Bl and the 300 block of S Virginia Av.

May 3, 2024

  • Early morning activities included a vehicle break-in/theft at the 1200 block of N Orchard Dr and a motor vehicle theft at the 1200 block of N Beachwood Dr, followed closely by drug/alcohol violations at W Alameda Av/S Victory Bl.

This pattern of incidents paints a picture of a community grappling with a variety of crimes, affecting various neighborhoods across Burbank. From theft and burglary to assault and drug-related offenses, the local police are actively engaging in addressing these issues, underscoring the necessity for continued vigilance and community cooperation to enhance safety and security.

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