Halloween Safety
Twice as many kids are hurt or killed on Halloween than any other day of the year. During the evening hours of Halloween, there will be extra vehicles and people out on the street. We can all have a great night if we remember some essential safety tips.
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Your Selflessness Will Never Be Forgotten!
We would like to recognize those members of our police department who have served and are currently serving in the military. Their selflessness will never be forgotten.
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Porch Pirating
Porch Pirates
Each year, there are several critical times when people spend time shopping in stores and online for the perfect gifts for their loved ones or themselves. While it is easy to get caught up in the fun of it all, it is important to remember that increased purchasing increases the risk of theft. Thieves are on the prowl throughout the holiday and tax season. They are looking for packages left in your car or outside your home.
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Commercial Burglary
Commercial Burglary Prevention Tips
If you own a business, this graphic. provided by the Ring Team is an excellent illustration of what your business should have in order to help protect it from individuals breaking in and stealing your merchandise, your cash register, or attempting to take your valuables from your safe.
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Montebello Residents
Six Generations of Montebello Residents
Two families and six generations of Montebello residents have shared one house at 233 South Spruce Street in a span of almost 100 years. It began with Mr. James Roy Harralson born in 1888, who arrived here from Republic, Missouri, and built his house on South Spruce Street in the early 1920s. James Roy and his wife Myrtle Mae had a son, whom they named James Sterling Harralson.
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Met Officer
Have You Met Officer Park?
Have you met Officer Park? You may have seen him around town interacting with the homeless in our community. Officer Park and his partner, Richard Rustanto, a licensed mental health clinician from the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, make up our Montebello Mental Health Evaluation Team (MMHET).
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Back to School Traffic Safety
Back to School Traffic Safety
While more students are headed back to the classroom than last school year, virtual learning is still an option for some. Either way, more people will be on the road at some point during the day, including children, and keeping them safe should always be on your mind.
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Montebello Police Department
National Night Out 2021: America's Night Out Against Crime
The Montebello Police Department cordially invites you to join us on August 3rd, 2021 from 5 pm to 8 pm for National Night Out. ⁠ ⁠ Invite your friends and neighbors to one of our five Montebello parks, where you and your neighbors will be able to meet and greet the District Commander for your area.
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National Night Out 2021
National Night Out 2021
We missed connecting with our community members during National Night Out (NNO) last year and are excited to partner with our community this year. Join the city of Montebello's award-winning National Night Out program on Tuesday, August 3, 2021, from 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm. Due to recent COVID-19 guidelines, our celebration will look a lot different than in previous years.
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Fireworks Scare Dogs
Are Your Pets Afraid of Fireworks?
More dogs run away on the 4th of July than any other time of the year. So it could be crucial for dog owners to get their dog microchipped. Attaching identifying information to your beloved pet's collar is also a good idea, but it may not be enough since many times collars get loose or lost.
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Etch & Catch
Etch & Catch
Over the weekend, with the assistance of Helms & Hill Tow, Ford of Montebello, and Chevrolet of Montebello, the Montebello Police Department hosted its first Etch & Catch event. Montebello Police Officers etched the vehicle license plate numbers onto the catalytic converters of 100 vehicles belonging to residents of the city of Montebello. This free event was a huge success!
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