Vol. 15, No. 15 – Apr 20 – May 3, 2022 – Police Reports

by Cindy Summers

Police reports are provided to us by the Ventura Police Department and are not the opinions of the Ventura Breeze. All suspects mentioned are assumed to be innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Fatal Hit and Run Investigation **UPDATE**

On April 11, Ventura Police Collision Investigators and Street Crime Detectives located a vehicle in the City of Oxnard believed to be related to this collision with a pedestrian. Investigators impounded the vehicle and have authored multiple search warrants related to the vehicle and a person of interest.

This criminal investigation is on-going, and more information will be released when it is available.


On April 10, at approximately 12:30 am, the Ventura Police Department Command Center received a call regarding an injured male lying on his back in the area of Thompson Blvd., and Ash St. Ventura Police Patrol Officers responded and found an unconscious 30-year-old male with a head injury. Paramedics arrived shortly after officers and pronounced the male dead at the scene.

During the investigation, officers determined that the victim was walking north across Thompson Blvd. at the intersection with Ash St. and was struck by a silver sedan traveling westbound. The vehicle fled the area after the collision and was not located. The Ventura Police Department Traffic Unit responded to handle the investigation. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Officer Chris Wilson at 805-339-4366.

Robbery with Arrests

On April 10, at approximately 8:50 pm, the Ventura Police Command Center received a call of a robbery that had occurred on the bike path south of Peking St.

Investigating officers determined that a group of five suspects attacked the victim and stole his bicycle. When the victim tried to retrieve his property, three of the five suspects brandished knives at him.

A responding VPD officer observed three possible suspects on the Ventura Promenade and was able to detain one while the other two suspects fled. The detained suspect was found to be a male juvenile and was positively identified as one of the robbery suspects. He was arrested and booked into juvenile hall for Robbery, Carrying a Concealed Dagger, and Conspiring to Commit a Crime.

Less than two hours later, the same officer saw the two suspects who fled from him during the original call. They were walking in the area of Mission Park and fled again when they observed the officer. The officer was able to detain both subjects after a short chase. They were positively identified by the victims and witnesses. Both of these suspects were arrested for Robbery and Conspiring to Commit a Crime. Both were booked into juvenile hall.

There were no injuries to the victim, officers, or suspects as a result of these incidents.

This investigation is ongoing and anyone with any information is urged to contact the Ventura Police Major Crimes Unit at 805-339-4444 or Watch Commander at 805-339-4416.

Shooting with Multiple Victims **UPDATE WITH ARREST**


During this investigation, the Ventura Police Department had processed the crime scene for evidence and had served numerous search warrants which led to the development of the suspect in this case. A suspect, 24-year-old June Glandros, was linked to the commission of this crime.

Glandros was located in Thousand Oaks and was taken into custody without incident. Glandros was transported to Ventura and was booked into Ventura County Jail on three counts of attempted murder with a firearm as well as possession of a firearm by a prohibited person.

Glandros was currently out on bail for charges of possession of an unlawful weapon while on bail and also out on bail for assault with a deadly weapon with a firearm.


On April 11, at approximately 4:40 pm, the Ventura Police Command Center received a 911 call of a shooting victim in the 2700 Block of Sherwin Ave.

Responding officers arrived on scene within two minutes of the call and located three subjects suffering from gunshot wounds.

The ensuing investigation revealed that there was an altercation inside a business which ended up with all involved parties outside. One suspect fired multiple rounds striking three victims, two females and one male, two of the victims were struck in the torso (male and female) and one victim (female) was struck in the arm.

The suspect fled in an unknown type of vehicle and was not located. Two victims were treated by Ventura City Fire and transported to the Ventura County Medical Center with life threatening injuries. The third victim was transported to Los Robles Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Major crimes detectives are at the location processing the scene for physical evidence and gathering witness statements.

This investigation is continuing and anyone with information about this incident is requested to call Detective Sergeant Bill Dolan at 339-4444 or the Watch Commander at 805-339-4416.

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