Yes. However, the person picking up the property must possess an original signed and dated "Letter of Permission" from the property owner, stating that they have been granted permission to retrieve the owner's property. The person should also have the police report number and a valid picture identification in the form of a California Driver's License, a California Identification Card, or a Passport.
Example of "Letter of Permission"
Chino Police Department Property and Evidence Unit,
My name is John Smith. I am currently unable to retrieve my property under police report number 20xx-xxxxxx due to being hospitalized, incarcerated, etc. I hereby give permission for my mother, Jane Smith, to retrieve my property from the Chino Police Department Property and Evidence Unit.