Captain James C. Powers

Lomita Sheriff's Station

(310) 539-1661
26123 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita, CA 90717

Serving the areas of: City of Lomita, City of Rancho Palos Verdes, City of Rolling Hills Estates, City of Rolling Hills, Unincorporated Area of La Rambla, Unincorporated Area of Academy Hill, Unincorporated Area of Palos Verdes Peninsula, Unincorporated Area of Westfield.

Lomita Sheriff's Station

(310) 539-1661
26123 Narbonne Avenue, Lomita, CA 90717

Serving the areas of: City of Lomita, City of Rancho Palos Verdes, City of Rolling Hills Estates, City of Rolling Hills, Unincorporated Area of La Rambla, Unincorporated Area of Academy Hill, Unincorporated Area of Palos Verdes Peninsula, Unincorporated Area of Westfield.

Captain James C. Powers

Information and Updates

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Residents of the city of #Lomita , come meet Sheriff Alex Villanueva for an evening of information and dialogue regarding your community concerns. Have your voice heard at the Town…

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#BearGoesEverywhere visited the east side of Los Angeles County to visit Bonelli Regional Park, in the City of San Dimas.

The park is a man-made recreational area and it’s named after former L.A. County Supervisor Frank G. Bonelli. The park includes a 250 acre lake called Puddingstone Reservoir. Along with a waterfall, the park provides a place for fishing, swimming, sailing, wind surfing, boating, kayaking and jet skiing.

Other fun activities including hiking and biking may be enjoyed. There are RV campgrounds adjacent to the park, as well as family picnic areas, which can be used for a variety of group events and gatherings.

Bonelli Regional Park happens to be located next to one of the nation’s largest water parks, Raging Waters.

The San Dimas Sheriffs Station serves not only San Dimas, but also the surrounding communities of Covina, Azusa, Glendora, La Verne, Claremont, Azusa Canyon, Mount Baldy and Angeles National Forest (State Route 39).

Until next time, everyone stay safe and look out for the Bear in your city.#LASD

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Lomita Sheriff's Station

#FraudFriday- Friendship Scam

We are always willing to help a friend in need. But when does it become questionable. Recently, there have been emails received by people indicating that a friend is in a bit of a financial situation. But look closely. Does it sound like your friend, or more like a possible scam. Con artists are always looking for new ways to steal money from vulnerable victims.

This is how the scam works:
• You may receive an email from someone you know (friend or family)
• Within the email, your so-called friend says they are out of the country and needs you to wire them money.
• You may later talk to your friend, after the money has been received by the scammer, and realize the email was fake.

Tips to avoid being scammed:
• After reading the email, notice if your friend's requests sounds unusual.
• Call or text your friend, or send them an email (do not reply to the current email) to verify the request.
• Never give personal information or money without confirming the recipient.

Con artists are targeting victims on a personal level. Always verify before believing what you read. Don’t be a victim.
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When they pull their face off like that and it looks like the Yosimite Serial killer Cary Stayner, that always raises a red flag.lol

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#BearGoesEverywhere visited the east side of Los Angeles County to visit Bonelli Regional Park, in the City of San Dimas.

The park is a man-made recreational area and it’s named after former L.A. County Supervisor Frank G. Bonelli. The park includes a 250 acre lake called Puddingstone Reservoir. Along with a waterfall, the park provides a place for fishing, swimming, sailing, wind surfing, boating, kayaking and jet skiing.

Other fun activities including hiking and biking may be enjoyed. There are RV campgrounds adjacent to the park, as well as family picnic areas, which can be used for a variety of group events and gatherings.

Bonelli Regional Park happens to be located next to one of the nation’s largest water parks, Raging Waters.

The San Dimas Sheriffs Station serves not only San Dimas, but also the surrounding communities of Covina, Azusa, Glendora, La Verne, Claremont, Azusa Canyon, Mount Baldy and Angeles National Forest (State Route 39).

Until next time, everyone stay safe and look out for the Bear in your city.#LASD

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3 days ago

Lomita Sheriff's Station

#FraudFriday- Friendship Scam

We are always willing to help a friend in need. But when does it become questionable. Recently, there have been emails received by people indicating that a friend is in a bit of a financial situation. But look closely. Does it sound like your friend, or more like a possible scam. Con artists are always looking for new ways to steal money from vulnerable victims.

This is how the scam works:
• You may receive an email from someone you know (friend or family)
• Within the email, your so-called friend says they are out of the country and needs you to wire them money.
• You may later talk to your friend, after the money has been received by the scammer, and realize the email was fake.

Tips to avoid being scammed:
• After reading the email, notice if your friend's requests sounds unusual.
• Call or text your friend, or send them an email (do not reply to the current email) to verify the request.
• Never give personal information or money without confirming the recipient.

Con artists are targeting victims on a personal level. Always verify before believing what you read. Don’t be a victim.
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Comment on Facebook

When they pull their face off like that and it looks like the Yosimite Serial killer Cary Stayner, that always raises a red flag.lol

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Additional Information and Links

Nobody enjoys getting a traffic ticket, but if you do receive one, you have three options on to handle it:

1. Your first option is to simply pay the fine.

2. Your second option is to attend traffic school. Traffic school will keep the moving violation off of your driver’s record and keep it from your insurance company, which helps keep your insurance rates lower.

3. Your final option is to contest the ticket in front of a judge.

Whichever option you pick, you must contact the court before the designated court date to arrange one of the above. Please wait approximately two weeks before contacting the court so that your citation can be processed into the court system.

There are three ways you can contact the court. If you have internet access, you may pay the fine, request an extension, request traffic school, or look up your citation by clicking here or visiting www.LASuperiorCourt.org. You can also appear in person at the designated courthouse or use the automated phone system by calling (310) 860- 0070.

If you have received a “Fix-It” ticket (vehicle registration or repair), Lomita Station personnel can sign off your ticket for a $15 service charge once the repair has been made. Simply bring your repaired vehicle and the citation to the Lomita Sheriff’s Station and we will be happy to provide you with proof of repair / correction for the court.

The most important thing is to make sure you and the other parties are not injured. If someone is injured and requires EMERGENCY medical assistance by paramedics, call 911 immediately.

If there are no injuries and you need a Sheriff’s deputy to respond and take a report, please call (310) 539-1661. Be prepared to present your driver’s license, vehicle registration, and proof of insurance to the deputy when he or she arrives.

Traffic reports take 10-14 business days before they are processed and available. If you would like to request a copy of a traffic collision report, please call the traffic office and have your report number ready. Copies of traffic collision reports cost $23 and are payable by check or cash. Be aware, you must be listed on the report to receive a copy.

If you live in the city of Lomita, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, or Rolling Hills Estates, please contact Traffic Sergeant Blanchard at 310-539-1661. Please include the nature of the problem or concern, the time of occurrence and the exact street location or intersection, including the city.

The Lomita Station CORE Team is a specially selected team made up of four deputies and a sergeant. The team addresses neighborhood concerns, quality of life issues, and problem juvenile behavior proactively, before these issues escalate into criminal activity.

Their days (and nights) are quite diverse addressing issues from graffiti to homelessness to school education programs. The deputies assigned to the team have volunteered for these positions and wish to strengthen the sense of “community” and “neighborhood” that we all cherish and value.

If you are experiencing an on-going neighborhood problem, a problem with graffiti, or a problem with a delinquent youth, feel free to contact the Lomita Station CORE Team at (310) 539-1661.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Civilian Volunteers are dedicated to providing excellent service through relationships that build trust, create a safe environment, and enhance the quality of life in our communities within a “Tradition of Service”.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has long recognized the vast resources of experience and skills possessed by its’ county residents and the surrounding communities. The purpose of volunteers is to tap into these skills to help the Sheriff’s Department achieve its’ goals in an effective and cost-efficient manner. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department views this as a means to assist those that reside in Los Angeles County by providing a service to their community.

Because the members of the Volunteer Program become additional eyes and ears for the Sheriff’s Department, as well as representatives of City and County administration, it is imperative that they maintain an image of professionalism at all times which parallels the professionalism of the Department. Volunteers’ appearance, demeanor, and professionalism must never be compromised while serving in this Program. Each volunteer has been handpicked with the highest confidence in their capabilities.

We invite you to call if you are uncertain about any aspects of the program. The Lomita Sheriff’s Station Volunteer Coordinator is Sergeant Dave Rozas at (310) 891-3227.

Reserve Deputy Sheriffs are utilized to supplement the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s law enforcement manpower. Like the Full-time Deputies, Reserve Deputies are professionally trained and duly sworn law enforcement personnel.

Since Reserve Deputies have the same powers of arrest as Full-time Deputies they are required by law to meet the same hiring, background, medical and psychological standards as full-time Deputies.

Uniform Reserves are assigned to one of the many Sheriff’s Department patrol stations and perform general law enforcement duties, including crime prevention, investigation, responding to calls, traffic control, and enforcement of laws. Lomita Station offers a wide variety of activities, for reserves, which include:

  • General Patrol
  • Bicycle Patrol
  • Off Road Patrol
  • Beach Patrol
  • Traffic Enforcement
  • Detectives
  • Mounted Posse

For additional information, please contact Sergeant Dave Rozas at (310) 891-3227 or dtrozas@lasd.org

The Sheriff’s Mounted Posse has existed since the Department’s inception in 1850. Posse members support the Department by patrolling rural trails, shopping malls, and beaches.

They represent the Sheriff’s Department in parades and at community functions. And Participating in special events such as partnering with the Sheriff’s Youth Activities League to spend a day with disadvantaged youth educating them about horses.

Most Posse members serve as Reserve Deputies. However, Equestrian Civilian Volunteers are also attached to each Posse Unit. They receive limited training and act as “eyes and ears,” much the same as our Volunteers on Patrol.

The Posse has been involved in a variety of activities during the past five years including participation in the Studio City Holiday Parade with Sheriff Baca and the Mule Days Parade in Bishop where they took first place in the color guard category. Most notably, reserve Deputy Nancy Fite, and her camel “Burt,” participated in the Hollywood Christmas Parade along with other uniformed Posse members. Deputy Fite and “Deputy Burt” have been the subject of international media attention and are listed in the Guiness Book of World Records.

If you are interested in joining the Lomita Station Mounted Posse, please contact Sergeant David Rozas at (310) 891-3227 or e-mail him at dtrozas@lasd.org