The following information was supplied by the Glendora Police Department. Arrests do not indicate a conviction.
Monday, Aug. 22: Sgt. Matt Williams and Lt. Rob Lamborghini on duty.
- In a possible fraud case, a Glendora resident reported a possible scam that involved a purchase of a Wal-Mart gift card that was purchased using Craigslist and a PayPal account. Glendora Police are investigating the case in which a . The possible fraud was reported at 11:52 a.m. Aug. 22.
- At 5:54 p.m., a traffic stop turned into a narcotics arrest at the intersection of South Pasadena and Ada avenues. Officers pulled the vehicle over for a traffic violation, and then found narcotics in the car, Lamborghini said. They arrested Ricardo Lopez, 25 of Baldwin Park on suspicion of methamphetamine transportation and sales. He was held without bail because of a warrant, Lamborghini said.
- At 7:15 p.m. Glendora Police conducted a pedestrian check at East Route 66 and Pasadena Avenue and arrested a man on drunk in public charges.
Tuesday, Aug. 23: Lt. Rob Lamborghini on duty.
- A residential burglary was reported at 1:28 p.m. in the 1200 block of West Hicrest Road. It was not immediately known what was taken.
- Glendora Police pulled a vehicle over at 6:15 p.m. at East Route 66 and Glenwood Avenue and noticed a syringe with liquid in it inside the car. Officers arrested Nathaniel Grigsby, 23, of Ontario on suspicion of possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia, Lamborghini said. He was held without bail because of a parole violation, Lamborghini said.
Wednesday, Aug. 24: Joe Ward and Lt. Rob Lamborghini on duty.
- A reported disturbance at 6:18 a.m. in the 600 block of South Pasadena Avenue wound up being a female yelling at her husband, Ward said. The husband was staying with the woman in violation of a restraining order, he said. The husband was arrested.
- Glendora Police responded to a report of a man shot in the stomach that was thought to have taken place at a Glendora restaurant, but the location was later determined to be a house in unincorporated Azusa. The incident took place at approximately 10:30 p.m. The wounded man was transported to . Glendora police responded to the hospital and met with a woman companion of the wounded man. The companion told police that the shooting took place at Denny’s Restaurant in the 500 block of West Baseline Road. Glendora Police checked out the restaurant, but determined the shooting did not take place there. According to a LA County Sheriff’s Department, San Dimas report, the woman companion later admitted it happened in the 5600 block of Viceroy Avenue in unincorporated Azusa.
Thursday, Aug. 25: Lt. Brian Summers on duty.
- At 12:39 a.m. Glendora police responded to a single-car "driving under the influence" accident at East Route 66 and Compromise Line Road. The man escaped serious injuries, Summers said. He was arrested.
- At 6:05 p.m. Glendora Police responded to a shoplifter being held at , in the 1200 block of South Lone Hill Ave. The woman was cited and released. Store loss prevention staff recovered women’s jewelry in the incident.
Friday, Aug. 26: Lt. Jamie Caldwell on duty.
- Caldwell reported an unusual number of warrant arrests on Aug. 26. “People are not showing up for court when they are supposed to,” he said.
Saturday, Aug. 27: Lt. Brian Summers on duty.
- Responding to a 2:43 p.m. check-the-welfare report, Glendora Police officers heard an adult female yelling at a child in the 1000 block of East Route 66. After further investigation, they arrested a Glendora woman on suspicion of possession of and being under the influence of methamphetamine. The child is staying with another family, Summers said.
Sunday, Aug. 28: Lt. Jamie Caldwell and Sgt. James DeMond on duty.
- Caldwell said the heat was keeping major crimes and arrests down this week. He said that during the week there were only 30 arrests, compared to a normal week of 80-90 arrests.
- At 4:58 p.m. Glendora Police responded to a report of graffiti at , 725 South Vecino Drive. The moniker “Slick” was sprayed in black letters on a mobile classroom, DeMond said.
- At 4:59 p.m. Glendora Police were called to another graffiti incident in the 1200 block of Sunflower Avenue. A “buckle up” sign calling for drivers to fasten seatbelts was sprayed with paint, DeMond said.
- At 6:28 p.m. a vehicle vandalism was reported in the 1300 block of East Gladstone Avenue. A side mirror was broken, DeMond said.