Crime
Pasadena Police Arrest Local Man After He Brandished a Firearm and Threatened Another Adult Male

At approximately 4:31 P.M., Pasadena Officers responded to the area of Colorado Blvd., and Eloise Ave regarding an armed man with a gun. After searching the area he was located and peacefully surrendered to awaiting officers. Arrested for terrorist threats and brandishing a firearm is suspect Matthew Periego, white male, 32 years, and a Pasadena resident. The neighborhood near Colorado Blvd., and Eloise is SAFE.…

Police Activity in Pasandena Avoid the Area of Colorado Blvd. and Eloise

The Pasadena Police Department are involved in an emerging investigation occurring in the area of Colorado Blvd., and Eloise Ave. We ask members of the…

Pasadena Police Invites You To A Curbside Coffee Chat At Mcdonald Park On Sat 8/23/14 @ 1030 Am (1101 E. Mountain St)

-Pasadena Police is inviting the neighborhood to participate in a Curbside Coffee Chat. -Join us for a Curbside Coffee Chat at McDonald Park on Saturday, August 23, 2014, @ 10:30 am. North side of the park located at 1101 E. Mountain Street. -No Agenda or speeches, just a chance to…

Woman Convicted of Leaving Children Inside Car on Hot Summer Day

The recent conviction of a woman who left her two young children locked in a car parked on a Pasadena city street on a hot…

Arrest Made At Valero Gas Station For Installing Skimmers In The Gas Pumps.

Active Shooter Suspect In Custody – Homicide Investigation; Avoid Area Of 1700 Block Of Summit Ave

At about 4:20pm, the Pasadena Police Department received several 911 calls from residents reporting shots fired in the area of 1700 block Summit Ave. Officers…

Three Shot Dead, Two Wounded in Saturday Attack; Suspect in Custody

Pasadena Police Chief Phillip Sanchez describes what is known about the fatal shooting of three and wounding of two others which occurred occurred on July 12, 2014 in the 1700 block of North Summit Avenue.   [Updated July 12, 2014 | 9:32 p.m.]  Three people were shot dead and two…

Pasadena Police Chief Recaps Week’s Critical Incidents

Pasadena Police Chief Phillip Sanchez On June 28 at about 11:00 p.m., Pasadena Police officers responded to the 800 block of Madison Avenue regarding a…

Pasadena Police Chief Recaps Week’s Critical Incidents

On June 21, Pasadena Police Detective J. Knighton distributed a wanted flyer requesting assistance in the effort to arrest a Kidnapping suspect (Ellis). During his investigation, Detective Knighton learned that, a few weeks earlier, Suspect Ellis had assaulted, punched, and strangled his girlfriend while at the Jackie Robinson Center. Suspect Ellis…

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