The Azusa PD Blog

Welcome to our department's blog. We post news, information and updates pertaining to our department frequently in this section of the website.
Feb
26

Azusa Police Searching for Sexual Assault Suspect

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​ On February 25, 2018, at approximately 10:00 pm, the Azusa Police Department responded to the 800 Blk E. Alosta Avenue, regarding a sexual battery which had just occurred. A female adult was standing outside of her residence waiting for a friend, when a male subject approached her from behind. The suspect grabbed her from behind and inappropriate...
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Feb
08

Arrest Made for Felony Grand Theft

Defendant Augusto Gonzalez De La Cruz, 57 years old, is charged in a 20 count felony complaint with operating a fraudulent immigration service business between May 01, 2015 and January 26, 2018. An arrest warrant was issued for Gonzalez De La Cruz on February 06, 2018. Defendant Gonzalez De La Cruz is being charged with operating a fraudulent immig...
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Feb
02

Don't Fumble: Tackle Impaired Driving Before the Clock Starts

Kickoff on America's favorite past time is just about ready to start. For many football fans, when it's time for Super Bowl LII, everyone's a fan… and Fans Don't Let Fans Drive Drunk. The California Office of Traffic Safety, Police, Sheriff and the CHP are huddling up for a special designated driver reminder to urge football fans across the nation ...
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Jan
31

Azusa Police, LA County Fire, and A Brave Samaritan Save Teen's Life

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  On 1/29/18 at about 6:06 pm, the Azusa Police Department began receiving reports of a female who was preparing to jump from the Cerritos Avenue overpass of the I-210 Freeway. Officers responded to the overpass and found a 16 year-old female hanging onto the outside of the overpass' chain-link, safety fence. A good Samaritan, Joseph Beltran, ...
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Jan
23

Join the Community Emergency Response Team

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​ Following a major disaster, police, fire and medical professionals may not be able to fully meet the demand. People will have to rely on each other to meet the immediate life saving and life sustaining needs, particularly in isolated neighborhoods that may be cut off from the main roads for a period of time.  The County of Los Angeles Fire D...
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