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Sheriff's Department

    Sheriff's Department Hosts Shooter, Bomb Training Drill At Valencia Mall

    The Sheriff's Department hosting a shooting-bomb scare training at the Westfield Valencia Town Center shopping mall in Santa Clarita on Sunday

    Canyon Country Home Redtagged By Santa Clarita Officials

    Santa Clarita officials redtagged a structure on the 27500 block of Bernina Avenue in Canyon Country due to concerns about crime and safety, officials said Tuesday

    Jury Selection Underway In Corruption Trial For Sheriff's Officials

    A trial against a Santa Clarita man who was one of seven Sheriff's Department officials named in a federal indictment is in the jury selection phase, officials said Thursday

    County Board To Vote On Vasquez Rocks Expansion, Sheriff's Dept. Equipment

    Vasquez Rocks, a popular hiking and camping spot in Agua Dulce could gain another 32 acres, pending county board approval on Tuesday. The board will also vote on a new Mobile Command Vehicle for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station.

    County Board To Hold Regular Meeting, Budget Hearing This Week

    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will hold two meetings this week, their regular Tuesday meeting and a special public hearing on Wednesday, regarding the county's Recommended Budget.

    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.

    How The City Of Santa Clarita Funds Its Fight Against Crime

    Santa Clarita City Council members are set to approve Tuesday a new five-year contract likely to include more than $21 million of service from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, which is how services for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station is funded. And the process that funds the Santa Clarita Valley’s law enforcement is part of about a yearlong negotiation, said Capt. Rick Mouwen of the Sheriff’s Department’s Contract Law Enforcement Bureau. The Sheriff’s Department finishes its previous five-year contract with the city of Santa Clarita in June, which is what prompted the negotiation process.

    Los Angeles County Sheriff Candidates Answer Questions At Forum

    Several Santa Clarita Valley news outlets took part in a candidate forum April 5 in which five Los Angeles County sheriff candidates were asked several questions about law enforcement

    Agua Dulce Man, LAPD Detective Supervisor Seeks Sheriff's Office

    Agua Dulce resident Lou Vince, a detective supervisor with the Los Angeles Police Department, is running for sheriff to bring “a broader perspective” to the Sheriff’s Department, he said Thursday. “I see the office of the sheriff as a leader in the criminal justice system,” Vince said, adding that the office of Sheriff provides the opportunity to go beyond just finding the best ways tomake arrests, which is the focus of the LAPD. “I want to improve outcomes for people, instead of finding new and better ways to put them in jail, which is what cops are in the business of,” Vince said, “and improving the county as a whole.”

    Telly's To Host Fundraiser For Castaic Family With Autistic Son Who Drowned

    A Santa Clarita Valley family and their friends are hosting a fundraiser at Telly's Drive In in Castaic to help with memorial costs for Travis Stratton, a 4-year-old autistic boy who drowned Friday. After a two-hour search Friday, Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies found Travis Stratton, 4, an autistic Castaic child, unresponsive in a pool. “As we were leaving the station, our air unit spotted the boy in a neighbor’s pool and directed deputies into the backyard,” according to a Facebook post from a member of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station’s Search and Rescue Team. “Several deputies jumped into the pool, uniforms, guns, radios and all to get to the boy. They immediately began CPR on the unresponsive little boy.”