Duarte Crime Blotter for the week of February 10 thru February 16, 2019 from City of Duarte : Nixle
Dear Duarte Community;
The following is a synopsis of crimes reported for the week of February 10 thru ...
Duarte Crime Blotter for the Week of March 10 thru March 16, 2019 from City of Duarte : Nixle
The following is a synopsis of arrests for the week of March 10 – March 16, 2019:
March 10, 2019 Deputies arrested two adult males for Possession of Methamphetamine. ...
Earthquake Preparedness Alert. Stay calm and remember the following tips from City of Duarte :...
The Duarte Public Safety Office would like to remind you that you should always be prepared for earthquakes because they are a way of life for those who live in Los Angeles. The many fault ...
Rahway PD to host drug take back date 10/22 10
The Rahway Police Department will host Operation Take Back local collection site. This semi-annual statewide event is a collaborative initiative headed by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) ...
Fish Fire Impact Area Storm Update; Mandatory Evacuation Orders and Street Closures lifted at 10...
Fish Fire Impact Area Storm Update; City of Duarte Moves to a Yellow Alert Level in Impact Area; Mandatory Evacuation Orders and Street Closures Lifted
After consultation with its partners ...
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