Weekly Burbank Police Log: July 31 – August 3, 2020

Arrests made in the city of Burbank between August 3 and July 31.

ATM Thieves Leave Empty Handed

Burbank Police responded to Well Fargo, 900 N San Fernando Bl at 4:30 am Friday morning, following a report that two men were seen tampering with an ATM machine.

National Night Out 2020 Postponed Per Burbank Police

This annual event promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to help make the City of Burbank a safer, more caring place to live and work.

Transient Assaults Officer Sending Him to Hospital with a Concussion

Police were first called to the scene when a transient punched the manager of the Five Guys in what police call an unprovoked attack

Burbank Homicide Suspect and Victim have been Identified

Burbank Police continue to investigate a shooting that occurred in the early morning hours of July 21, 2020, which left two people dead and one in critical condition.

Shooting Awakens Hillside Residents

Burbank Police received a call of a shooting from a resident in the 900 blk of Cambridge Drive when they arrived on scene at 1:25 am they entered the residents of a house on the corner of Cambridge Drive and BelAire and according to Watch Commander Lieutenant Gerry Misquez, they located more than one victim of gunshots.

Suspect Arrested Following Vandalism Downtown Including Police Cars

Burbank  Police arrested a suspect who is responsible for several acts of vandalism (graffiti) in the Downtown Burbank area over the week, including vandalism to a Burbank Police vehicle.

City Decides to Suspend Certain Parking Restriction Through Labor Day

The Burbank Police Department recognized that members of our community would be spending more time at home and suspended all enforcement related to certain parking restrictions on March 17, 2020.

Porch Pirate Raids Rise with Online Purchases Increase

Package thieves thrive due to the surge in online orders caused by the Coronavirus shutdown

In This Together Protest Treks from Empire Center to City Hall

The protest departed the Empire Center and proceeded south on Victory Blvd with about 150 to 200 protestors.

Burbank to Once Again Start Curfew at 5 pm Tuesday

5 pm curfew to once again take place in Burbank. Many businesses choose to board up windows and have been asked to close early

Burbank Police Arrest 14 During Mandatory Curfew Hours

Police confiscated recovered merchandise suspected of being stolen from stores in the Los Angeles area