Two High-Risk Safety Issues within Two Days

Two High-Risk Safety Issues within Two Days


AZUSA – Law Enforcement take an oath to serve and protect the community. Sometimes, preserving the safety of all is quite a quest. Such is the case of two incidents within two days.

First, Officers who’d located a stolen vehicle in the area of Foolhill Blvd. and Irwindale Ave. needed to follow the vehicle. It finally came to a stop by pulling into a busy shopping center on the 200 block of West Foothill Blvd.

The January 17th stop at approximately 4:19 PM became a high-risk encounter when the stolen vehiclestopped as the female suspect barricaded herself inside. Eventually, Azusa PD Officers safely took the suspect into custody.

The safety of everyone in the area was of high concern: namely, the numerous by-standers. day-shiftofficers, and the suspect. Thankfully, Vanessa Yslava of Rancho Cucamonga was arrested for delayingofficers, residential burglary, and vehicle theft.

The next day, a call for help where a suspect was armed with a handgun sent an immediate response to the 1100 block of East Alosta Avenue. On-scene Officers arrived at the scene of a domestic disturbance.

During the investigation, the reporting party was found to have made a false report. Kimberly To, ofnAzusa, was arrested for falsifying reports to police.

Azusa Police Department made the following announcements regarding the above incidents: “The priority of our officers is to keep your community safe.” As well, “Falsifying reports to police violates Penal Code 148.5 and is an arrestable offense – as this takes our Officers away from individuals who are in need of police assistance and other emergencies.”

Two High-Risk Safety Issues within Two Days was last modified: January 31st, 2022 by admin
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