Pasadena Police Auto Crimes Unit provides VIN etching for college's employees
The Pasadena Police Auto Crimes Unit recently provided free VIN etching for San Jacinto College employee vehicles.
According to a press release from the college, "Sponsored by a grant through the Automobile and Burglary Theft Prevention Authority, the service allows for the etching of VIN numbers into vehicle windows to make stealing and selling parts more difficult for thieves. The Pasadena Police Department offers this service free of charge to the public at various city locations throughout each year."
Helping with the VIN etching were Detectives John Oakley, David Speights, Jacob Guerra, Lance Powell, Brandon Marshall, Kerry Heiserman and Sgt. James Anderson.
San Jacinto College has three campuses and offers 200 degree and certificate courses to its more than 25,000 students. It offered its first classes in 1961. Two campuses are located in Houston and the third is in Pasadena. Brenda Hellyer is the college chancellor.
San Jacinto College is at 8060 Spencer Highway, Pasadena.
For more information about the service, call 713-475-7840.
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