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    Santa Clarita Sheriff's Station Officials Release Crime Reports For July 7-13

    The Santa Clarita Sheriff's Station crime reports are in for the week of July 7 -13.

    Urban Outfitters Continues To Shelve Controversial Products

    Urban Outfitters continues to stir the community with hypodermic needle pens nearly a year after taking their pill bottle shot glasses off the market.

    Santa Clarita Deputies Seize Spice In Castaic, Saugus Headshop Operation

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies seized more than 1,500 packets of alleged “spice,” or illegal synthetic marijuana, and issued two citations as the result of an investigation into four Santa Clarita Valley tobacco and head shops, officials said Wednesday.

    Not Just Heroin Kills, All Drugs Kill, By Cary Quashen

    By: Cary Quashen | Action Family Counseling 

    Quoted in Shakespeare and again in 1913 by Gertrude Stein said “a rose is a rose is a rose is a rose.” That saying then morphed into, “a rose is a rose is a rose and by any other name it would still be a rose.”

    By now you are asking why I am quoting Shakespeare and Stein. Simply to get a point across,   the point being the names of things do not matter, only what they are.    

    Castaic Man Detained Saturday After Traffic Stop Leads To Hash Lab Discovery

    A Castaic man was detained Saturday night after a routine traffic stop led to the discover of lab materials used to make hash oil

    Is Your Teen Typical Or Troubled?, By Cary Quashen

    By: Cary Quashen 

    May is Mental Health Month and we have been focusing on mental health topics on our KHTS AM 1220 Families In Action Radio Show. As many of you know I don’t particularly like talking about educational days, weeks or months.

    Suspect Who Fled Traffic Stop Booked On Methamphetamine Possession Charge

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies arrested a suspect Thursday, after he’d been sought for more than 24 hours for fleeing from a traffic stop. The suspect, who was not identified by Sheriff’s Station officials, was found in a vehicle with approximately 88 pounds of methamphetamine. He was driving a gray Scion on Interstate 5 where he and a passenger was pulled over for a traffic stop north of the Templin Highway exit around 2:45 p.m. Wednesday, according to Lt. Tom Bryski.

    Santa Clarita Deputies Searching For Man Who Ran From Traffic Stop

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies are searching for a man who ran away while officials were trying to detain him Wednesday afternoon.


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    Santa Clarita Deputies Arrest 5 On Drug-Related Charges

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies reported five drug-related arrests in a four-hour span Thursday night into Friday morning, as part of a continued effort to keep Santa Clarita’s residents safe, Sheriff’s Station officials said Friday. “Capt. (Roosevelt) Johnson has attended briefings on all shifts, many times staying past midnight to interact with deputies working patrol overnight,” said Deputy Josh Dubin of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station. “He’s been looking to continue the low crime rate we’ve had in this community, which is based on a close partnership we’ve had with the residents that we serve.” Two of the arrests were the direct result of Santa Clarita Valley residents who noticed suspicious behavior and reported it to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station, Dubin added.

    Helping Teens Today For A Better Tomorrow By Cary Quashen

    By Cary Quashen | Action Family Counseling

    This April Action Family Counseling Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers is joining with The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence and millions of Americans to participate in Alcohol Awareness Month, a national effort to educate the public about the problem of underage drinking and its consequences.