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South Pasadena Police Weekly Crime Summary

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Required fields are marked * Subscribe January 7 – 13, 2015 (Hundred block given in place of exact address)The Weekly Crime Summary is a list of reported auto thefts, burglaries, robberies and other activities occurring in the City of South Pasadena. An alert and well-informed citizen makes you less of a target to a criminal. Remember; call the South Pasadena Police Department to report any suspicious activity.RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY• 1-12-15, 11:20 AM, 1300 block of Indiana. Suspect(s) smashes rear window and reaches inside to unlock door to gain entry. Suspect(s) activates alarm and leaves. LOSS: Unknown.• 1-10-15, 12:33 AM, 700 block of Monterey (hot prowl). Victim is home sleeping when suspect attempts to pry rear door open. Victim is awakened by noises and calls police. Officers arrive and suspect runs away. Suspect is later arrested after assistance with neighboring agencies, canines and a helicopter. LOSS: None. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, Black, 22 years, Los Angeles.• 1-8-15, 7:30 AM to 1-11-5, 2:18 PM, 1800 block of Diamond. Suspect(s) force open side French doors to gain entry. Suspect(s) activates alarm and leave. LOSS: Unknown• 1-8-15, 3 AM, 1200 block of Kolle (hot prowl). Victim is asleep when suspect enters through an unlocked rear door. Victim is awakened by noises and sees suspect standing in bedroom. Victim yells and suspect runs away. LOSS: None. SUSPECT DESCRIPTION: Unknown male, wearing dark clothes and holding a flashlight.• 1-7-15, 12 PM to 3:30 PM, 1900 block of Alpha. Suspects knock on witness’s door and when witness does not answer, suspects walk to the side of the residence. Suspects see that witness is home and leaves, and witness calls police. Officers locate suspects a few blocks away and discover that suspects had burglarized two homes, 800 block of Valley View and 1900 block of Alpha. Suspects were in possession of property taken from both homes. Suspects had smashed a window to gain entry into the residence in the 1900 block of Alpha and through an opened window in the 800 block of Valley View. LOSS: Jewelry and cash(recovered). SUSPECT ARRESTED: S1 – Male, Black, 18 years, Los Angeles. S2 – Male, Black, 18 years, Los Angeles. S2 – Male, Black, 19 years, Los Angeles.• 1-6-15, 8 PM to 1-7-15, 9:20 PM, 400 block of Mission (storage locker). Suspect(s) enters by an unlocked door and takes loss. LOSS: Miscellaneous papers.COMMERCIAL BURGLARY• 1-12-15, 10:30 PM to 1-13-15, 6:30 AM, 300 block of El Centro (Arroyo Vista School). Suspect(s) smashes window to classroom to gain entry. LOSS: Earphones, laptop computer and (2) I-pads.• 1-8-15, 10:30 PM to 1-9-15, 6:45 AM, 300 block of El Centro (Arroyo Vista School). Suspect(s) smashes window to classroom to gain entry. LOSS: Speakers and I-pad.• 12-27-14, 11 AM to 12-29-14, 10:30 AM, 1600 block of Hope (Verdant Oak Behavioral). Suspect(s) pries open front doors to gain entry and takes loss. LOSS: (2) laptop computers and (2) I-pads.AUTO BURGLARY• 1-11-15, 6:36 AM to 9:40 AM, 90 block of Monterey. ’13, Lexus CT200H. Suspect(s) smashes window to gain entry. LOSS: Handbag.• 1-6-15, 12:30 PM to 1-7-15, 5:45 AM, 1200 block of Blair. ’13, BMW 535. Suspect(s) pries window frame open to gain entry. LOSS: Travel bag.ASSAULTS• 1-10-15, 11:12 PM, Marengo/Huntington. Victim and suspects are involved in a traffic collision. Suspects exit vehicle and hits victim for causing accident. Officers arrive and victim declines to make a private persons arrest.POSSESSION OF PARAPHERNALIA• 1-10-15, 12:27 AM, 300 block of Alta Vista. Suspect is stopped for a traffic violation and found to be in possession of narcotic paraphernalia and methamphetamine. SUSPECT ARRESTED: Male, Hispanic, 44 years, Los Angeles.• 1-8-15, 11:10 PM to 1-9-15, 11:18 PM, 1600 block of Huntington. Officers respond to two subjects walking down driveways of residences and knocking on doors. Officers contact subjects who are found to have outstanding warrants. S1 is also found to be in possession of narcotic paraphernalia. SUSPECTS ARRESTED: S1 – Male, Black, 24 years, Los Angeles. S2 – Male, Hispanic, 21 years, South Gate.THEFT• 1-13-15, 9 PM, 1400 block of Huntington (Big Lots). Suspects enter store and employee sees S1 placing loss inside a bag with S2 standing next to S1, blocking the view of S1. Suspects exit store without paying for loss and employee chases after suspects. S1 is detained but S2 leaves withloss. Employees also detain S2 until officers arrive. LOSS: Merchandise (recovered). SUSPECTS ARRESTED: S1 – Female, White, 34 years, Los Angeles. S2 – Male, White, 37 years, Los Angeles.• 4-16-14 to 1-13-15, 600 block of Fairview. Suspect(s) takes loss from victim’s mailbox. LOSS: Mail.• 1-11-15, 11:10 PM to 1-12-15, 10:10 AM, 600 block of Grand. Suspect(s) enters victim’s rear yard and take loss. LOSS: Bicycles.• 1-11-15, 7:48 PM, 1700 block of Garfield (Ralphs). Suspect enters store and places loss inside a shopping bag. Employee sees suspect exiting store without paying for loss. LOSS: Liquor. SUSPECT DESCRIPTION: Male, White, 30-40 years, wearing a hat, black shirt, brown jacket and blue jeans.• 1-9-15, 12:30 PM to 5:45 PM, 1100 block of Fremont. Suspect(s) takes loss from victim’s vehicle. LOSS: Antenna and catalytic converter.• 1-9-15, 2:30 PM to 3:15 PM, 400 block of Raymondale. Suspect(s) takes loss from apartment laundry room dryer. LOSS: Clothes.• 1-9-15, 11 AM to 1:15 PM, 400 block of Mission. Suspect(s) takes loss from victim’s front porch. LOSS: Parcel package.• 1-8-15, 1 PM to 1-9-15, 9 AM, 600 block of Mound. Suspect(s) takes loss from victim’s vehicle. LOSS: License plates.• 1-8-15, 1 AM to 6:30 AM, 200 block of Alta Vista. Suspect(s) takes loss from victim’s unlocked vehicle. LOSS: Sunglasses, skateboard and cash.• 1-7-15, 9:30 PM to 1-8-15, 8:30 AM, 300 block of Alta Vista. Suspect(s) takes loss from victim’s unlocked vehicle. LOSS: Sunglasses and change.• 1-7-15, 9 PM to 1-8-15, 8:10 AM, 200 block of St. Albans. Suspect(s) takes loss from victim’s unlocked vehicle. LOSS: Keys and change.• 1-7-15, 12:05 AM to 12 PM, 700 block of Orange Grove. Suspect(s) pries open lock to storage locker to gain entry. LOSS: Unknown.• 1-6-15, 7 PM to 1-7-15, 7:45 AM, 500 block of Magnolia. Suspect(s) enter carport and takes unlocked loss. LOSS: Bicycle.IDENTITY THEFT/CREDIT CARD FRAUD/CHECK FRAUD• Unknown date to 1-13-15, 1900 block of Huntington. Suspect(s) gains access to victim’s credit card account and makes several unauthorized charges.• Unknown date to 1-12-15, 1600 block of Monterey. Suspect(s) uses victim’s social security number for employment.• Unknown date and time to 1-10-15, 1400 block of Lyndon. Suspect(s) uses victim’s personal information to open a cell phone account.• 12-29-14 to 1-9-15, 600 block of Orange Grove. Suspect(s) gains access to victim’s credit card and makes several unauthorized charges.• 1-7-15 to 1-8-15, 300 block of Raymondale. Suspect(s) gains access to victim’s credit card account and makes several unauthorized charges.VANDALISM• 1-7-15, 8:30 PM to 1-8-15, 8:30 AM, 700 block of Mission. Suspect enters business by unknown means and vandalizes the interior office.• 12-28-14, 8 PM to 12-29-14, 6 PM, 1200 block of Huntington. Suspect(s) writes graffiti on victim’s car door.For graffiti removal, call the City of South Pasadena “Graffiti Removal Hotline” at 626-403-7249. This is a 24-hour a day recording. 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Youngsters urged to be safe over graduation weekends

first_img Facebook Pinterest Twitter Facebook Pinterest Local NewsCrime WhatsApp Bryn Dodd shared her first-hand experience of the effects of drinking and driving with members of the media on Friday morning at the Odessa Police Department.Dodd’s message is aimed at recent high school graduates as part of Odessa Crime Stoppers’ Project Graduation that is scheduled to take place over the next two weekends.On Sept. 19, 2020, Dodd’s 18-year-old son, Evan Hill, was killed in a drunken driving collision. Hill was one of three teenagers that died in the two-vehicle collision. Hill was a back seat passenger.“His absence has left a hole in my heart and the hearts of all those who loved him,” Dodd said during the press conference. “… Because of alcohol my life is divided into two parts, before Evan died and after Evan died. Because of alcohol three teens died and two teens were seriously injured and now live with survivor’s guilt. Because of alcohol three families are broken and lost and trying to adapt in a world without these teens. Because of alcohol, a young man faces criminal charges along with mourning the loss of his best friend.“I’m standing here today to beg you to not drink and drive. If you are 21 and older, don’t buy alcohol for minors or host parties to serve alcohol to minors. One decision, one moment could change everything. Tomorrow isn’t promised or guaranteed.”Odessa Crime Stoppers is teaming up with local law enforcement agencies for Project Graduation, which is a two-weekend operation that is aimed at underage drinking, parties and drug use. The operation will take place Saturday (today for print), May 28 and May 29.Law enforcement agencies involved in the operation are Odessa Police Department, ECISD Police, ECHD Police, UTPB Police, Ector County Sheriff’s Office and the Texas Department of Public Safety.DPS spokesperson Sgt. Oscar Villarreal said on Friday morning that graduation is supposed to be the beginning of a graduates’ adult life, not the final chapter.“You are just starting your adult life,” Villarreal said of recent high school graduates. “All you’ve done is take the baby steps. Now life starts and welcome to the world.“You have military service, college, technical school or whatever your career path is. This is only the beginning.”Susan Rogers, spokesperson for Odessa Crime Stoppers, said during Friday’s press conference anyone with information that leads to at least one arrest or citation there will be a $200 reward. Rogers explained that the reward could increase depending on the size of the party or what is going on at the party.Odessa Police Department Chief Michael Gerke said graduation is a major milestone in a person’s life and not to ruin that with one bad decision. He also urged parents to not host parties where there will be underage drinking.“There are tons and tons of citations, arrests or charges that can be filed and we will file them,” Gerke said. “It’s the Odessa Police Department. It’s our local partners. It’s our state partners. We are all going to be out there.”Ector County Sheriff Mike Griffis said it’s not cool to buy a young person alcohol.Dodd said there are parents that believe if a party happens under their watch that they are in control of the situation, but she explained that control is gone when one child leaves without their knowledge and something bad happens.“It’s still very dangerous,” Dodd said. “Please don’t do it.” WhatsApp Twitter Youngsters urged to be safe over graduation weekends Previous articleJordan top team in Battle of the BluebonnetsNext articleDAILY OIL PRICE: May 21, 2021 Royal McGregor By Royal McGregor – May 21, 2021 last_img

Suntrust Settles HAMP Investigation

first_img  Print This Post in Featured, Government, Headlines, News Derek Templeton is an attorney based in Dallas, Texas. He practices in the areas of real estate, financial services, and general corporate transactional law. His experience includes time as an Attorney Adviser for the U.S. Small Business Administration and as General Counsel for a nonprofit organization in Dallas. A self-avowed “policy junkie,” he has a keen interest in the effect that evolving federal policy has on the mortgage, default servicing, and greater housing industries. The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago July 3, 2014 830 Views In a filing with the SEC, Suntrust Banks, Inc. announced Thursday afternoon that it would pay up to $320 million to halt a criminal investigation into whether it had dealt inappropriately with homeowners who were looking to take advantage of the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP).Several government agencies had been investigating SunTrust in connection with complaints that it misled homeowners who sought mortgage relief from SunTrust through HAMP and failed to timely process HAMP applications.”Resolving this legacy matter enhances our ability to focus on the future and support the continued housing recovery,” said Jerome Lienhard, SunTrust Mortgage, Inc. President and Chief Executive Officer.  “We recognize that there were deficiencies in our administration of HAMP during the recession, and through the improvements we have made to our internal processes and this restitution plan, we are demonstrating our commitment to meet the high standards that we set for ourselves and that our customers expect.”Under the terms of the agreement, Suntrust agreed to pay a minimum of $179 million in consumer remediation, a number that could inflate to $274 million as necessary. Additionally, the company will pay $20 million to fund housing counseling, $10 million in remediation to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and 16 million to the Treasury Department.The agreement marks another enforcement victory for the government as they continue to resolve complaints related to the company’s dealings. Last month the Bank agreed to pay nearly one billion dollars to resolve complaints about actions that the government termed “systemic mortgage servicing misconduct,” including failing to promptly and accurately apply borrower payments, robo-signing, and other illegal foreclosure practice.Michael P. Stephens, Acting Inspector General of the Federal Housing Finance Agency Office of Inspector General reaffirmed the federal government’s commitment to consumer protection.“Today’s agreement with SunTrust underlines the importance of holding accountable those individuals and companies who pledge to ensure that homeowners are protected at all times; especially during times when the homeowner is seeking to save their home through a loan modification”,  said Stephens in a statement. “SunTrust has conceded that their HAMP program had numerous deficiencies and has harmed a significant amount of homeowners.  This behavior will not be tolerated.  We are proud to have worked with our law enforcement partners on this case.”In addition to the monetary penalty, SunTrust has agreed to increase its loss mitigation staff, monitor their mortgage modification process, and provide semi-annual reports regarding compliance with the agreement. Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Tagged with: Investigation Settlement SunTrust Banks Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Suntrust Settles HAMP Investigation Investigation Settlement SunTrust Banks 2014-07-03 Derek Templeton Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Related Articlescenter_img Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Home / Featured / Suntrust Settles HAMP Investigation About Author: Derek Templeton Share Save Previous: Recovery Evident in Latest Housing Trends Next: Treasury Receives Final TARP Payment from One of Largest Remaining Banks The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Subscribe Sign up for DS News Daily Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days agolast_img

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