Captain Weber Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Lancaster Station

Captain
Todd Weber

Lancaster Sheriff's Station

(661) 948-8466
501 W. Lancaster Blvd., Lancaster, CA 93534

Serving the areas of: Antelope Acres, Lancaster, Quartz Hill, Lake Los Angeles.

Lancaster Sheriff's Station

(661) 948-8466
501 W. Lancaster Blvd., Lancaster, CA 93534

Serving the areas of: Antelope Acres, Lancaster, Quartz Hill, Lake Los Angeles.

Captain Weber Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Lancaster Station

Captain
Todd Weber

Information and Updates

Missing Monday Mary Spears

#MissingMonday: Spears

#MissingMonday: Spears 400 400 Ben Grubb

#MissingMonday Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Missing Persons Unit Investigators are asking for the public’s help locating Mary Elsie Spears She was last seen leaving her home on the 44600…

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SO CAL PEACE OFFICERS’ MEMORIAL.

SO CAL PEACE OFFICERS’ MEMORIAL. 400 286 Keith Garcia

#LASD IS PROUD TO ATTEND THE SO CAL CALIFORNIA PEACE OFFICERS’ MEMORIAL. #LASD is proud to attend the So Cal California Peace Officers’ Memorial 2019 in Sacramento this week, along…

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Updated Information

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Lancaster Station is sending numerous patrol units to assist our sister station, Palmdale Station, with evacuations and containment due to a large brush fire that has broken out near 90th Street West and Elizabeth Lake Road in the city of Leona Valley.

We do not have too many details at this time, but if you do not need to be in the area, please stay clear. You will see a lot of rescue vehicles in the area. We remind residents to PLEASE follow all instructions given by first responders including and most importantly, evacuation orders. Protecting and saving lives is our number one priority and we ask residents to follow all directions given at this time.

#LASD #AV411 #teamwork 
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Damn, fire alert time. First responders and all hero’s in my book

Thank you !

Thank you for your service

Thank you!!!!

Thank you, the residents are very grateful

Thank god. Heard all the units rolling past our home

Thank you

Thank you !

Thank You, for Every Ones Quick Actions 👏🚒🚔

Fire Dept did an awesome job! Seems to be out now.

I just talked to my son. He lives on Leona Ave and he said it's out.

Sally Haney it is probally 30 minutes from us but we never even smelled any smoke

Stay safe out there.

Stay safe

🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

🚑🚒🚔🚓🙏

🙏

🙏

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🙏

How close is this to you Robin Hardcastle-Ryles

Post is a little late. The fire was out at 3.

Be safe 🙏💙

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2 days ago

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Lancaster Station is sending numerous patrol units to assist our sister station, Palmdale Station, with evacuations and containment due to a large brush fire that has broken out near 90th Street West and Elizabeth Lake Road in the city of Leona Valley.

We do not have too many details at this time, but if you do not need to be in the area, please stay clear. You will see a lot of rescue vehicles in the area. We remind residents to PLEASE follow all instructions given by first responders including and most importantly, evacuation orders. Protecting and saving lives is our number one priority and we ask residents to follow all directions given at this time.

#LASD #AV411 #teamwork 
Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department

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Comment on Facebook

Damn, fire alert time. First responders and all hero’s in my book

Thank you !

Thank you for your service

Thank you!!!!

Thank you, the residents are very grateful

Thank god. Heard all the units rolling past our home

Thank you

Thank you !

Thank You, for Every Ones Quick Actions 👏🚒🚔

Fire Dept did an awesome job! Seems to be out now.

I just talked to my son. He lives on Leona Ave and he said it's out.

Sally Haney it is probally 30 minutes from us but we never even smelled any smoke

Stay safe out there.

Stay safe

🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

🚑🚒🚔🚓🙏

🙏

🙏

.

🙏

How close is this to you Robin Hardcastle-Ryles

Post is a little late. The fire was out at 3.

Be safe 🙏💙

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2 days ago

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Additional Information and Links

Located in the northernmost portion of Los Angeles County, Lancaster Station has 189 sworn personnel and 74 civilian personnel assigned. Lancaster Station is located in the beautiful Antelope Valley, approximately 55 miles northeast of the City of Los Angeles. Station personnel cover an area of more than 600 square miles, including the contract City of Lancaster, and communities of Lake Los Angeles, Quartz Hill, and Antelope Acres. Quality law enforcement services are provided for over 190,000 residents.

The Lancaster Station has the following community services and program available. Call us for more information.

Reserve Program
Sergeant Theresa Dawson / Les White: (661) 940-3882

Search and Rescue
Sergeant Theresa Dawson/ Les White: (661) 940-3882

Crime Prevention/ Community Relations
Sergeant Theresa Dawson: (661) 940-3882
Deputy Joshua Stamsek: (661) 940-3832
Deputy Kit Gruppiel: (661) 524-2154

Neighborhood Watch
Sergeant Theresa Dawson: (661) 940-3882
Deputy Joshua Stamsek: (661) 940-3832
Deputy Kit Gruppie: (661) 524-2154

Ride-A-Longs
Deputy Kit Gruppie: (661) 524-2154

Station Tours
Deputy Joshua Stamsek: (661) 940-3832
Deputy Kit Gruppie: (661) 524-2154

Volunteers Program
Deputy Joshua Stamsek: (661) 940-3832

Explorer Program
Deputy Lance Jordan: (661) 948-3831

VIDA Program
(661) 949-6585

Crime Tip Hotline
http://www.lacrimestoppers.com/
1-800-222-TIPS (8477)

Traffic Reports
(661) 940-3812

Website resources for Domestic Violence victims

http://pavingthewayfd.com/home

http://www.valleyoasis.org/index.php

https://www.gclancaster.com/default.asp?sec_id=180020553

https://www.twolifestyles.com/

HELPLINES/HOTLINES

Adult Anger Management Group: (661) 266-8700

AV Domestic Violence Council: (800) 282-4802; (661)945-6143

Info Line LA County: 211 or (800) 339-6993

Victims of Crime Resources Center: (800) 843-5464

Women Helping Women: (877) 655-3807

Contact Information: Melissa Sullivan

09-05-2017