Glendora Police Department

  • Agency: Glendora Police Department
  • Address: 150 S. Glendora Avenue, Glendora, 91741-3380 CA
  • Chief: Charles Montoya (Chief of Police)

Glendora Police Department is located at 150 S. Glendora Avenue, Glendora, 91741-3380 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Charles Montoya. The Glendora Police Department phone number is (626) 914-8250.

Glendora Police Department News

The second segment of tonight’s Citizen’s Academy class was devoted to our jail facility, which included a tour of the jail.

Tonight is the first class of the Glendora Police Departments Citizen’s Academy. Chief Lisa Rosales welcomed class #34.

Save the Date!

We see you Glendora! Happy President’s Day. #proud #prideoftheFoothills

Last night at about 9:30 PM, Glendora patrol officers responded to the 1100 block of north Englewild Dr. regarding suspicious circumstances. Subjects wearing hoodies and carrying flashlights were seen on surveillance footage in the yards of at least two different homes. It appears they fled the area without entering any of the homes. Responding officers and a police helicopter checked the area, but the subjects were not located. Investigation revealed these subjects were very likely part of a nighttime residential burglary crew. If you have any information regarding last night’s activity, please contact the Glendora Police Department at 626-914-8250. Please be vigilant and aware that nighttime residential burglaries are rare, but they do occur. The Glendora Police Department recommends taking steps to make it clear that your home is occupied. Leave lights on and park locked vehicles in the driveway. Do not hesitate to call the Glendora Police Department if you see any suspicious activity. If you see someone on private residential property and it looks unusual, please call 9-1-1. #CrimePreventionIsATeamSport

Don’t forget to come by and enjoy a cup of coffee with us today at the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf. We will be there from 9am until 11am, rain or shine! #valentinesday #cupid #coffee

There will be no overnight parking enforcement on Monday, February 19th for the President’s Day holiday. Enforcement will resume on Tuesday, February 20th at 2:00 a.m. For additional information concerning overnight parking, contact the City of Glendora Early Morning Parking Information line at 626-914-8279. Did you know that if you have a printer, you can purchase permits online? Go to: http://parkingpermits.ci.glendora.ca.us/

There will be no overnight parking enforcement for the upcoming President’s Day holiday, Monday, February 19th. Enforcement will resume on Tuesday, February 20th at 2:00 a.m. For additional information concerning overnight parking, contact the City of Glendora Early Morning Parking Information line at 626-914-8279. Did you know that if you have a printer, you can purchase permits online? Go to: http://parkingpermits.ci.glendora.ca.us/

Join us next week for a cup of coffee and some conversation at the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf...on Valentine’s Day!! We’ll be there from 9 am -11 am...come start a conversation with us!! We’ve got some special swag for the first twenty people that stop by and say Hi! #coffeewithacop #conversation #valentinesday ❤️☕️👮🏼‍♀️

No matter if you’re rooting for the Eagles or the Patriots for the big game, one thing everyone should agree on is designating a sober driver before the party starts. Don’t let friends (and fans) drive drunk. Help arrange a safe way for them to get home, too. #buzzeddrivingisdrunkdriving

We are continuing to accept applications for our upcoming Citizen's Academy class, which begins Wednesday, February 21st. Contact CSO Ulloa-Pedroni at nulloa@glendorapd.org or call 626-914-8268 for more information or an application.

On Monday, January 22nd, a Glendora officer on routine patrol stopped 19-year-old Glendora resident Joseph Sisneroz in the area of Grand Ave. and Mauna Loa Ave. The officer recognized Sisneroz from a previously viewed Ring.com doorbell video showing what appeared to be an attempted package theft. Sisneroz was positively identified as the suspect in the attempted theft and he was also found to be in possession of a concealed illegal knife. Sisneroz was arrested and released with a citation. Only hours later, Sisneroz stole merchandise from a business in the area of Grand Ave. and Gladstone St. Sisneroz fled the area and hid from responding officers. On the morning of January 23rd, a subject was seen by residents fleeing the area of the Grand Terrace Apartments with property that was believed to be stolen. Joseph Sisneroz was contacted again by responding officers and found to be in possession of hundreds of dollars in property stolen from vehicles at the apartment complex as well as the merchandise he had earlier stolen from the business. Sisneroz was arrested for the second time in 18 hours, this time for a felony. Yesterday, the case was presented to the District Attorney’s office. Joseph Sisneroz was charged with one felony weapons charge and four misdemeanors related to theft and resisting arrest. Excellent work by all involved, including the witnesses who provided an excellent description to responding officers. #CrimePreventionIsATeamSport

It's time for Traffic Tuesday! Here is another friendly reminder from your GPD Traffic Division:

Yesterday afternoon, Chief Rosales promoted Lt. Michael Randazzo and Sgt. Ryan Layaye in a ceremony attended by city dignitaries, current and former Glendora Police Department members, family, friends, and supporters. Lt. Randazzo and Sgt. Layaye are excited to begin this next chapter of their careers and the city of Glendora is fortunate to have such qualified leaders helping pave the way for the Glendora Police Department. Congratulations Lt. Randazzo and Sgt. Layaye!

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

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

The class fills up fast, get your application in!

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.

There will be no overnight parking enforcement on Monday, January 15, 2018 for the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. Enforcement will resume on Tuesday January 16, 2018 from 2:00 a.m. to 4:00 a.m. For additional information concerning overnight parking, contact the City of Glendora Early Morning Parking Information line at 626-914-8279. Did you know that if you need a parking permit and have a printer, you can purchase permits online? Go to: http://parkingpermits.ci.glendora.ca.us/

ST. LUCY'S UPDATE: Glendora Police Detectives were on campus at St. Lucy's High School throughout the entire school day today without incident. On Thursday evening, 01/04, a letter was discovered by St. Lucy's staff that implied threats of burning down the school and shooting unspecified people. The letter was written to appear as though it came from a student who is frustrated over school rules and their perception of a stressful academic life. Glendora Police will be on campus again tomorrow, along with increased security, as we continue to work with St. Lucy's Staff and follow up on leads. The Glendora Police Department takes every threat to high school students and campuses seriously, and we are working closely with the staff at St Lucy’s to provide a safe school learning environment for all of the students. If anyone has any information regarding this incident, even if you want to remain anonymous, please contact Detective Ryan Lombardi at (626) 914-8286, or via email at rlombardi@glendorapd.org.