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What should I do if I find a bike? / ¿Qué debo hacer si encuentro una bicicleta? / 如果我发现一辆自行车,该怎么办?

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Alhambra Source and the Alhambra Police Department are launching an initiative to engage more minority residents in the community. As part of this new project, we're re-launching our "Ask an Alhambra cop" column with Sgt. Jerry Johnson. Got a question? Submit it below or send it to [email protected]!

The previous tenant left their bicycle in our house, and I am unable to contact that person again. Can I use that bicycle? Do I need to go through any process for this or can I use it right away?

California state law and Alhambra Municipal Code require you to report any found property to the original owner. If you are unable to find the owner after reasonable effort, you are required by law to report and turn in any property valued more than $10 to the Alhambra Police Department.

In Alhambra, found bicycles that are not claimed by their owner are sold at auction through Property Room, a website that sells items for law enforcement and municipal agencies.

If you own a bicycle, however, you must obtain a bicycle license before using it. Getting a bicycle license in Alhambra is a simple procedure handled by the Finance Department at City Hall. You must first fill out an application and pay $1.00, then you will be given a registration sticker to place on your bicycle.

Check out our other “Ask a Cop” stories:Alhambra's biggest policing issueWhat should I do when I’m pulled over by the police?What should you do when you have an accident?

Alhambra Source y la Policía de Alhambra están empezando una iniciativa para involucrar a más residentes de la minoría en la comunidad. Como parte de este nuevo proyecto, estamos relanzando nuestro "Pregunte a un cop Alhambra" columna con el sargento Jerry Johnson. ¿Tienes una pregunta? Enviar por debajo o enviarlo a [email protected]!

El previo inquilino dejo su bicicleta en nuestra casa y no puedo ponerme en contacto con esa persona.  ¿Puedo usar la bicicleta?  ¿Hay algún proceso cual debo seguir o puedo usarla de inmediato?

La ley estatal (California) y el código municipal de Alhambra requieren que reportes el hallazgo al dueño original.  Si no puedes tras un esfuerzo razonable, es requerido, por ley, reportar al Departamento Policial de Alhambra cualquier propiedad con valor de más de $10.

En Alhambra, bicicletas que han sido encontradas y no reclamadas por su dueño son vendidas en subasta por medio de Property Room, una página de internet que vende artículos para agencias policiacas y municipales.

Pero, si eres dueño de una bicicleta, tienes que obtener una placa de bicicleta antes de usarla.  El obtener una es fácil y consiste de un procedimiento sencillo administrado por el Departamento de Finanzas ubicado en las oficinas Municipales (City Hall) de Alhambra.  Completaras una forma, pagaras $1, y se te dará una etiqueta de registro la cual apegaras a tu bicicleta. 

Ve nuestros otros artículos sobre “Pregunta a un Policía”:El mayor problema policial en Alhambra¿Qué debo hacer cuando me para la policía? ¿Qué es lo que hay que hacer si se ve involucrado en un accidente?

阿市新闻和阿市警察局将合作来更好的为社区的少数族裔居民服务。做为新项目的一部分,我们将启动一个“咨询阿市警察”专栏,由Jerry Johnson警官来回答你的问题。请将你的问题发至:[email protected] 谢谢 或在下面提交。 



在阿罕布拉市,找到的自行车如果是没有车主来领取将会通过财产部门Property Room来进行拍卖,这是一个专门由警察部门和市政府机构使用的销售网站。



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