Police Logs

August 11, 2001

The following incidents were taken from police reports.


* 200 block of North Lincoln Avenue: A 13-year-old Burbank boy was

arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon Aug. 4 after

allegedly striking a 45-year-old Burbank man with a baseball bat, police

said. The victim, the boy and the boy's mother were in a car, when the

victim got out, and the boy allegedly got out and struck the man on the


thigh, police said.


* Intersection of San Fernando Boulevard and Verdugo Avenue: A

19-year-old man was stabbed in the chest Friday after eight males

allegedly approached his car, police said. The victim sustained a wound

to the chest and was treated at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center for

a collapsed lung, police said.

* 500 block of Lake Street: A 20-year-old Glendale man was arrested on

suspicion of possessing a switchblade on Aug. 4, police said. A

17-year-old boy, seen with the 20-year-old, was arrested on suspicion of

possessing less than an ounce of marijuana, police said.

* 600 block of East Providencia Avenue: A 42-year-old Burbank woman

said a 33-year-old man from Burbank came home on Monday and began

insulting her. The man allegedly shoved the woman, and she ended up with

a 5-inch scratch on her chest, police said. The man was arrested on

suspicion of spousal abuse, police said.


* 200 block of East Olive Avenue: A 25-year-old Los Angeles man was

arrested on suspicion of battery on Aug. 4 after hitting a 23-year-old

Los Angeles man in the eye, police said. Officers restrained the

25-year-old man with pepper spray, police said.

NORTHWEST DISTRICT * 4400 block of Clybourn Avenue: A 73-year-old

North Hollywood man was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving on

Saturday after police said he was driving and swerving on the wrong side

of the street, police said.


* 1800 block of East Jackson Street: A Los Angeles man was arrested on

suspicion of domestic violence on Monday after allegedly throwing a chair

at a 30-year-old woman on Monday, police said. The woman reached up to

block the chair with her arm, but apparently was not injured seriously,

police said.

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