The following information was supplied by the Glendora Police Department. Arrests do not indicate a conviction.
Tuesday, Aug. 9: Lt. Rob Lamborghini on duty.
4:11 a.m.: Glendora Police responded to a report of someone rummaging through a vehicle in the 600 block of Claraday Street. Officers arrested Ana Armendariz, 29, city unknown on suspicion of petty theft and being under a controlled substance. She was cited and released, Lamborghini said.
Thursday, Aug. 11: Lt. Rob Lamborghini on duty.
Glendora Police responded to reports of catalytic converters being stolen form two locations during the day. The first was stolen at 2:52 p.m. from a Toyota pickup truck at 1305 South Lone Hill Ave. The truck belongs to a Home Depot employee. The second was stolen at 5:13 p.m. from a car at the Volvo Car Clinic at 605 East Arrow Highway. The Volvo theft happened overnight and was noticed late in the day, Lamborghini said.
Friday, Aug. 12: Lt. Brian Summers on duty.
6:44 a.m.: Glendora Police spotted a license plate on a car that matched with a missing person’s report. But when they pulled the car over, the stop turned into a double arrest. Officers arrested David Reyes, 37, of Covina on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine, stolen property and burglary tools. He was held without bail because of a parole violation, Summers said.
Police also arrested Lay Lay Ung, 29 of Rosemead on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine, stolen property and burglary tools. She was held on $20,000 bail, Summers said. Summers said Ung was the missing person, but he did not have further information on who reported her missing.
Sunday, Aug. 14: Lt. Brian Summers on duty.
12:37 a.m.: In what evolved from a troublesome accident to a drug arrest, Glendora Police responded to a report of an accident at the intersection of East Bennett Avenue and Glenwood Avenue. The solo driver, traveling west on Bennett Ave., lost control of his car and hit a power pole on the north side of the road. The accident, which caused the pole to lean over the roadway, knocked out power in the immediate area and caused East Bennett Avenue to be closed down for about eight hours while Edison crews repaired the damage. The vehicle could not be moved and the driver was allowed to leave the area.
Further investigation found that the driver threw some items over a wall after the accident. Officers found narcotics and arrested the driver after he returned to the crash scene at 9 a.m. They arrested Daniel Lusk, 41, of Glendora, on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine, narcotics paraphernalia, stolen property and theft with a prior.
Summers said some items were recovered that were reported stolen in Glendora. Bail was set at $45,000 and Lusk was transported to County Jail in Los Angeles.
10:27 a.m.: Glendora Police responded to a report of a car stolen from the parking lot of a swap meet at Citrus College, 1000 West Foothill Boulevard. Officers learned that a red 1966 Ford Mustang valued at $30,000 was stolen while the owner was at the swap meet, Summers said.