Los Altos Crime
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Recent Crime News
Monday Dec 15 | via Patch.com
Phil Stern shot some of the nation's most iconic images chronicling WWII, the Depression and the golden eras of Camelot and Hollywood. Did you know that light bulbs still drain electricity when turned off? Use LED and power strips to save money. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 10 | via Mountain View Voice
Los Altos and Mountain View high school students and faculty march with supporters down El Camino Real during a march for justice on Dec. 10, 2014. Photo by Michelle Le Hundreds of students marched down El Camino Real and converged on Eagle Park Wednesday afternoon to rally in solidarity with nationwide protests against police brutality and racism. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 9 | via Mountain View Voice
Student activists from Mountain View and Los Altos plan to hold a peaceful rally at Eagle Park on Wednesday in solidarity with nationwide protests over police brutality and racism. The protest, hosted by the Amnesty International Chapter at Los Altos High School, will kick off at 3 p.m. on Dec. 10 at Los Altos High School. Comment?
Friday Dec 5 | via The Almaden Resident
A second person is still being sought. Unnamed location, Nov. 25 Police arrested a 68-year-old man at his residence on suspicion of possessing child pornography. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 2 | via Patch.com
From now through the end of December, people in Santa Clara County with arrest warrants for non-violent misdemeanors and traffic tickets will be able to get a new citation and court date with no threat of arrest, according to the sheriff's office. The sheriff's office and police departments of all cities in the county are participating in the annual program Operation Second Chance through Dec. 31, sheriff's Sgt. Comment?
Friday Nov 28 | via Patch.com
St. Francis Neighborhood: On November 25, 2014, flyers were left on the doors of residents located on the 1500 block of Todd Street. This is a great reminder that with the holidays approaching, a variety of creative tactics are often used to gather information about you and the contents of your home. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 26 | via Patch.com
Surveillance video shows a woman, wearing a hooded sweatshirt, spray-painting the front door with a Star of David and number "26." Following a story by Patch, Los Angeles social services became involved and arranged for Natalie Moore, 87, to stay in her home of 40 years. Comment?
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