Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Glendora, California. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Glendora California Police Station Address: 150 S Glendora Ave, Glendora, CA 91741, United States


6 hours ago
Sunflower Road Closure from Glendora Police Department : Nixle https://t.co/UhjyO1kwBQ

6 hours ago
Northbound Sunflower Ave will be closed at Juanita Ave for an extended period of time due to a traffic collision. https://t.co/zwD4ITe6rr

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This morning the Glendora Police Department Detective Bureau served a narcotics search warrant in the 300 block… https://t.co/P4vbG2K5zh

6 days ago
Grand Ave road closure from Glendora Police Department : Nixle https://t.co/Bir7VbzQV8

6 days ago
Grand Ave is closed to Northbound traffic at Arrow Hwy. Please avoid the area. https://t.co/sjOhtvx1MT

1 week ago
Exciting News! Class # 34 of the Citizen’s Academy is accepting applications! Class begins on Wednesday,… https://t.co/2koNZc2OY8

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This morning the Glendora Police Department Detective Bureau served a narcotics search warrant in the 300 block of West Bennett. Methamphetamine and heroin were recovered. One of the occupants ran from the residence, but was quickly captured. Five adults were arrested for a variety of narcotics-related charges and outstanding warrants. #CrimePreventionisaTeamSport

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Living with Wildlife:

Please remember that we share the Foothills with our native wildlife. The wildlife has been here long before us. Most of us rarely see the variety of wildlife that are in the Foothills because they try to avoid us and most are active at night. Always be aware of your surroundings and use good judgment while hiking, biking, or other activities in the Foothills.

• Never feed coyotes or any other wildlife.

• Keep pets and pet food inside. If feeding outside, feed pets during the day (no more than one hour) and remove the food and water bowls when finished.

• Stay close to your pet when taking them outdoors and always keeping them on a leash, especially from dusk through early morning.

• Remove fallen fruit from the ground.

• Bag food wastes such as meat scraps or leftover pet food.

• Keep trash in containers with tight-fitting lids.

• Use “hazing” techniques to shoo away coyotes, such as standing tall, yelling and waving arms while approaching the coyote; using a whistle, air horn, bell or other device; banging pots or pans together; stomping your feet; using a water hose, pepper spray, or throwing tennis balls or rocks at the coyote.

• Never run away from a coyote.

If a coyote or any wildlife is posing an imminent threat, residents are instructed to call 9-1-1. To report sightings or other information on wildlife, contact the Glendora Police Department at 626-914-8250.

For more information on how to live with wildlife, including coyotes, please visit the City’s webpage at http://www.ci.glendora.ca.us/residents/living-with-wildlife

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The class fills up fast, get your application in!

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Exciting News! Class # 34 of the Citizen’s Academy is accepting applications! Class begins on Wednesday, February 21st and runs for 12 weeks. Classes are open to Glendora Residents, those who work in Glendora or attend Citrus College. To apply go to http://www.cityofglendora.org/departments-services/police/department-programs/citizen-s-academy#ad-image-0
or contact CSO Nita Ulloa-Pedroni at 626-914-8268 or nulloa@glendorapd.org for more information. The application includes a records/criminal history check.