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Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Riding with the Burbank Police is Anything but Routine Any Given Night

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A BurbankNBeyond reporter's experience and impressions during a ride along with the Burbank Police Department.

Motorcyclist Seriously Injured at Buena Vista and Alameda

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Burbank Police are asking for the public's help at a serious motorcycle vs. vehicle accident that happened Tuesday afternoon at Buena Vista and Alameda

Burbank Police Reserves Bring Dedication and Experience to the Streets

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Like the Sheriff's Department Reserve Officer who recently arrested an arson suspect, Burbank Police also have 12 trained reserve officers who serve the City and it's citizens

BWP Employees Thwart Thieves Theft of Wire

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Copper wire thieves flee empty handed.

‘Person of Interest’ Taken Into Custody Near Recently Set Fire

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A man who is suspected of setting 53 fires in the past couple of days was taken into custody around 3 am at Sunset and Fairfax and will be booked for arson

Burbank Police Drill Suspect For Stolen Merchandise

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Suspect tries to sell stolen power drill in the Best Buy parking lot to Burbank Police Detectives. More stolen items found at his home.

Three Burbank Businesses Cited For Selling to Minors

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Three Burbank businesses were cited by Burbank Police after an underage decoy was able to buy either tobacco or alcohol during two day sting

Military Ordinance Found At Burbank House During Warrent Search

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The LAPD was on Fairmount St. early Wednesday morning to serve a warrant only to find a military ordinance on the property sending out a call to the Bomb Squad
Burbank Police take a driver into custody at a recent DUI Checkpoint (Photo By Ross A. Benson)

DUI Checkpoint Becomes Roaming Enforcement

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Due to inclement weather, the Traffic Bureau conducted a DUI saturation patrol enforcement campaign instead of a checkpoint. The saturation patrol was operational from 7:30 p.m. to 3:00 a.m

Three Graduates to Take Their Place With Burbank Police

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Burbank Police Recruits Sarah Brady, Julie Oates, and Kiyomi Scott, graduate from Sheriff's Academy and are now ready to start their careers on the streets of Burbank

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Tamala Takahashi Qualifies as official Candidate for Burbank City Council

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Celebrate National Thrift Store Day at 12 Burbank Shops

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August 17th is National Thrift Store Day! The day is celebrated in an effort to support local thrift stores, increase sustainable shopping, and raise awareness of charitable organizations.  Thrift stores sell gently used items that have been donated so that they can be sold at a much lower rate. Many stores raise money for charities while helping to recycle clothing and keep them out of the landfills.

City Council to Hold Public Hearing to Extend Gun Store Moratorium

Burbank's City Council will hold a public hearing so they can extend the current 45 day gun store moratorium until July 24, 2023