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March 2, 2002
Ryan Carter BURBANK -- A Burbank transient was arrested Wednesday after allegedly being seen with a knife and a baseball bat and attempting to avenge the beating of a friend, police said. Ralph Delgado, 19, was arrested after a large group of teenagers had been seen gathering in a parking lot in the 300 block of East Angeleno Avenue, Burbank Police Sgt. Bill Taylor said. Delgado had apparently led a group of friends to look for people who allegedly had beaten up his friend.
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NEWS
December 21, 2002
Still time to donate a spark BURBANK -- The Burbank Fire Department is still taking donations for its Spark of Love toy drive. As part of the countywide toy drive, until Monday residents can bring new, unwrapped gifts to any of Burbank's six fire stations, where gifts will be collected and taken to the Burbank Temporary Aid Center. Sponsors of the event include KABC-TV Channel 7, MetroLink, Sav-on and fire stations all over the region, from Simi Valley to Irvine.
NEWS
September 21, 2002
Alleged robber hits a snag MEDIA DISTRICT WEST -- Police arrested a 32-year-old North Hills man after he allegedly tried to take a purse from a Burbank woman in a grocery store parking lot. The incident happened Thursday afternoon as the 45-year-old woman loaded her car with groceries from Albertsons at 3830 W. Verdugo Ave. Stephen Taylor approached her and tried to grab the purse, which was inside her Cadillac, Police...
NEWS
February 5, 2003
Ryan Carter The arrest of a North Hollywood woman has police concerned about where she received several counterfeit bills. Burbank Police arrested Fanny Gallegos, 32, at Sears in the Media City Center after she allegedly tried to pass a $100 bill while buying computer printer cartridges. The cashier became suspicious of the bill and called security, Police Sgt. John Dilibert said. During a consent search at her car, local police found seven counterfeit $100 bills and enough marijuana to consider it possession for sales, Dilibert said.
NEWS
September 7, 2002
Hood-jumping leads to family dispute MEDIA CITY CENTER -- A 15-year-old Burbank boy was cited after he and other children were found jumping on the hoods of cars inside a parking structure at the Media City Center. The boys were upset over the cancellation of football practice Wednesday, Burbank Police Sgt. John Dilibert said. The boy was cited and released. Later that day, his grandmother was angry about the boy's troubles, and hit the boy's 39-year-old aunt in the head with a music stand and candle holder.
NEWS
July 27, 2002
Rotary hosts fund-raiser for local doctor's dream VALLEY GLEN -- An area Rotary Club is hosting a musical performance to raise money to see a Burbank doctor's dream come to fruition. Physician Yeneneh Betru, who was killed Sept. 11 when the plane he was riding crashed into the Pentagon, had been working to send dialysis machines to his native Ethiopia The Rotary Club of Universal City-Sunrise has adopted his quest and to raise money, it will present "Sweet Charity," written by Neil Simon and produced by Marjorie Vanderhoff, at 8 p.m. Thursday at Los Angeles Valley College.
NEWS
January 21, 2004
Airport to install charging units AIRPORT DISTRICT -- The Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority on Tuesday reached an agreement with Southwest Airlines to install electric charging units at all Bob Hope Airport aircraft gates by the end of the summer, according to a press release. The authority will pay $500,000 to install the charging units, giving Southwest incentive to switch to electric-powered ground equipment, Airport Authority President Charles Lombardo stated in the release.
NEWS
November 23, 2002
Ryan Carter Police Lt. Kevin Krafft wears a wristwatch that delivers e-mail, but he still believes in old-fashioned police work -- with a modern twist. Through his 30 years of police work, Krafft has combined his reverence of old-school policing -- walking the street beat, beefing up patrols and making contacts in areas where crime is on the increase -- with his skill as the department's computer guru. Through fluency in computer language and the ability to customize software, Krafft has broadened the department's computerized crime analysis efforts, making police work more efficient from patrol to the detective unit.
NEWS
November 2, 2002
Ryan Carter A Burbank man found dead at the bottom of a 100-foot cliff near his home had climbed to the top to enjoy the view before tumbling to his death, officials said. Michael Scott Rick, 42, was found unconscious by his wife shortly after 4 a.m. Monday on a hill next to the their home in the 3400 block of Wedgewood Lane. He was pronounced dead at the scene, Police Sgt. John Calicchio said. He apparently slipped and fell, coroner's office spokesman Dave Campbell said.
NEWS
November 2, 2002
A 42-year-old Burbank man was arrested Wednesday after he called police to report that his home had been robbed only to have police allegedly find a marijuana plant growing in his basement. Jeffrey Marc Selco called police to report that stereo equipment had been taken from the living room of his home in the 1000 block of East Palm Avenue by four men. During their investigation, police could smell an odor of marijuana, which led them to the basement of the man's home, where they found a potted marijuana plant and a system used to dry the leaves, Burbank Police Sgt. John Dilibert said.
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