South Pasadena Police Department

  • Agency: South Pasadena Police Department
  • Address: 1422 Mission Street, South Pasadena, 91030 CA
  • Chief: Dan Watson (Chief of Police)
Phone: 626-403-7270
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South Pasadena Police Department is located at 1422 Mission Street, South Pasadena, 91030 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Dan Watson. The South Pasadena Police Department phone number is 626-403-7270.

South Pasadena Police Department News

“For the veteran, thank you for bravely doing what you’re called to do so we can safely do what we’re free to do” - Unknown #veteransday #army #navy #marines #airforce #coastguard

Helping our Ventura County and LA County partners in any way we can #woolseyfire #sppd #lasd #lacofd #vcso #vcfd #thinblueline

We grieve with the Ventura County Sheriffs Office and the city of Thousand Oaks as they mourn the loss of Sgt. Ron Helus and the 11 victims who died in this horrific tragedy. We also wish a speedy recovery to the injured victims #borderlinebar #vcso #thousandoaks

Please see the attached press release. Call the South Pasadena Police Department if you have any information regarding this incident.

Press Release On Saturday, November 3, 2018, at approximately 2:03 AM, South Pasadena Police and Fire personnel responded to a report of a major injury traffic collision in the 1400 block of Huntington Drive. The preliminary investigation identified a single vehicle, driven by a 21-year-old male resident of Los Angeles, was traveling southbound on Fair Oaks Avenue at a high rate of speed when he veered off the roadway and collided with a building support column. The driver sustained significant injuries as a result of the collision and was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. This investigation is still ongoing; however, alcohol and/or drug impairment appear to be a contributing factor in this collision. Anyone with additional information about the collision is asked to call Officer Holland of the South Pasadena Police Department at (626) 403-7270.

***UPDATE: She’s been located and is safe. Thank you all for your assistance.*** Please share with your neighbors and call SPPD at 626-403-7297 if you see her.

“I didn’t see nuthin’, I didn’t hear nuthin’ and I got nuthin’ to say to you!” #happyhalloween #pedstop

Here are some tips on how to deal with Social Security Administration scams: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2018/10/hang-spoofed-ssa-calls

Congratulations to Motor Officer Earley, who took off his helmet for the last time after 32 years of service. It’s been an honor working with you and we wish you health and happiness in your retirement, sir #sppd #retirement #107 #136 #m2 @ South Pasadena Police Department

Chief Solinsky and Detective Burgos attended the formal opening of the Arroyo Seco Bicycle and Pedestrian Trail. This trail provides a link between Downtown LA and the Pasadena Area #sppd #communitypolicing #arroyoseco

Our traffic unit did a commercial enforcement detail with the CHP today. In total, they inspected 18 trucks and put 6 out of service for safety violations. In addition, one truck was impounded because the driver had a suspended license. As with any enforcement detail, the goal is to educate the public, prevent collisions and save lives #sppd #chp #commercialenforcement

Our traffic unit did a commercial enforcement detail with the CHP today. In total, they inspected 18 trucks and put 6 out of service for safety violations. In addition, one truck was impounded because the driver had a suspended license. As with any enforcement detail, the goal is to educate the public, prevent collisions and save lives #sppd #chp #commercialenforcement

If you want to dispose of unused or expired medication, please join us for this event #deatakeback #medication

Police Chief Brian Solinsky, Public Safety Commissioner Ellen Daigle, Crime Prevention Officer Richard Lee, and members of the fire department gave a presentation on Emergency Preparedness to the residents during a recent neighborhood watch meeting on Rollin Street and Meridian Avenue #sppd #communitypolicing #neighborhoodwatch

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and our department is always committed to this cause. Our #pinkpatch is still for sale and can be purchased at our station for ten dollars. All proceeds will go toward breast cancer research #pinkpatchproject #breastcancerawareness #cancersucks Pink Patch Project

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and our department is always committed to this cause. Our #pinkpatch is still for sale and can be purchased at our station for ten dollars. All proceeds will go toward breast cancer research #pinkpatchproject #breastcancerawareness #cancersucks

Notable Arrest On October 5, 2018 at about 7:00 pm, SPPD officers were dispatched to the area of Mockingbird Lane and Raymond Hill Road for a report of a suspicious vehicle. Officers made contact with the driver and upon running a records check, they discovered he had a felony warrant from a neighboring jurisdiction. After he was arrested, the suspect admitted that he had narcotics in his vehicle. When officers searched the suspect’s vehicle, they found methamphetamine and heroin along with a scale and narcotics paraphernalia. During the search, officers also found stolen property, stolen mail and United States Postal Service arrow keys, which are used to burglarize multi-unit mailboxes. The suspect was identified as Lloyd Eppie, a resident of Los Angeles. He was arrested for numerous charges including possession of narcotics for sale, possession of stolen property, possession of burglary tools and the felony warrant. In addition, evidence relating to the mail and the arrow keys will be forwarded to the USPS Inspectors for further investigation. If you have any further information regarding this incident, please contact SPPD Detectives at 626-403-7280.

Recently, Facebook was breached and up to 50 million accounts were affected. Here are some tips on what to do next: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2018/10/facebook-breach-what-do-next?utm_source=govdelivery

Thanks to our staff and the student participants for another successful Teen Academy. We hope you learned a lot and had a good time #sppd #communitypolicing #teenacademy

Today we sent Captain Neff and his family off after his last tour of duty. Captain Neff retires with over 36 years of service to South Pasadena and will be sorely missed around the station. We wish you health and happiness in your retirement, sir. #sppd #endofwatch #107 #c30 #retirement

An anonymous local store donated dozens of Vans shoes to the department’s Homeless Outreach Program and officers were to able to pass them out at the Holy Family Church giving bank #sppd #communitypolicing #hope

Before you turn in for the night, remember to lock your car, take your keys and hide your belongings. These simple steps can help deter thieves looking for an easy target to steal from. Officers are stepping up patrols, but we also need your assistance to help prevent these crimes. Please share this message with your neighbors #sppd #communitypolicing #communitypartnership

Unfortunately, DUI collisions like this one are still far too common. For the next two nights, our officers will be on a roving DUI patrol, trying to take impaired drivers off the road. If you’ve had anything to drink, please use a designated driver or call a ride service #sppd #dui #designateddriver