Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura Hills

A vehicle parked on Trailway Lane was vandalized on Sept. 29. Someone left deep scratches in the vehicle, causing $8,000 in damage.

A drone worth $1,000 was stolen from Sumac Park on Sept. 25. The drone was left on a table while the owner used the restroom. When he returned the drone was gone and there was nobody in the area.

A home in the 3900 block of Mark Court was burglarized on Sept. 21. The homeowner said she left for an hour and returned home to find the kitchen window open. Upon searching the house, she discovered $10,000 worth of jewelry was missing.

On Sept. 18 someone stole three bikes worth $3,000 from a carport in the basement of an apartment complex on Medea Lane. The bikes were chained to a bike rack.

A car parked on Agoura Glen Drive was vandalized between Sept. 11 and 12. The owner reported that someone had left deep scratches on the hatchback and rear panel of the vehicle.


A car parked outside the Calabasas Tennis and Swim Center on Park Sorrento was broken into on Sept. 29. The owner locked the vehicle and returned 10 minutes later to find the passenger window smashed and his laptop bag and Macbook Pro missing. The stolen items are worth more than $3,000.

A car on Park Capri was broken into on Sept. 23. The vehicle showed no signs of forced entry. The thief stole a class ring, a watch, tools and a wallet. The items were valued at $1,950.

Someone smashed the window of a car parked in the 24000 block of Calabasas Road on Sept. 18. The perpetrator stole a number of lottery tickets from the vehicle and caused $700 in damage.

Westlake Village

A woman shopping at the Costco on Lindero Canyon Road reported that her wallet and ID were stolen from her car on Oct. 5. The victim said she left her purse containing the items in the front passenger seat of the vehicle while she loaded groceries in the trunk. Someone parked next to her and asked for directions, and later the victim noticed her property was missing. She believes the person asking directions was a distraction to allow someone else to enter the vehicle and steal a $200 wallet out of her purse.

A construction site in the 1400 block of Westlake Boulevard was vandalized Oct. 3. A $30 lock was broken, but the site’s superintendent said nothing was missing.

A car parked on Summershore Lane was burglarized between Sept. 6 and 26. The owner had a broken foot and asked friends to move the car while she was immobilized. When she returned to the vehicle she found her Spanish textbooks and numerous CDs missing. The items were valued at $300. It’s believed the doors were left unlocked.