Stabbing, fights and paramedics ring in Labor Day Weekend 2021

Friday night along Santa Monica Blvd. included a stabbing and multiple fights that required the sheriff’s attention.

Lt. Bill Moulder confirmed that “on early Saturday morning, Sept 4th, at 1:30 am, an assault with a deadly weapon, (stabbing) – West Hollywood deputies responded to a call at 8787 Santa Monica Blvd. The victim suffered injury and was transported to the hospital. The victim was uncooperative and did not provide any statements.”

At the same time, fights took place outside of 8853 Santa Monica Blvd, in front of the BlockParty store. Jose Flores, an employee, gave a statement: “We heard shouting and someone came over and shut the store door because the guys are fighting right in front of us and the big guy 6’2″ hit these guys who were about 5’8″ and beats them really hard in the face and then he was bleeding and the guy collapses in front of the store unconscious. All of a sudden people come to try to help him but the ambulance came about 25 minutes later. The ambulance took a little long because somebody got stabbed a block away.”

A third incident along Santa Monica was also reported about 20 minutes after the above. An eye witness who was outside the BlockParty store at the scene described “a security guard to be hitting a girl and then a bunch of people were jumping in to stop them. It became a shit show. People began throwing plastic cups and things at the cops.

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Graham
Graham
8 months ago

I think we should post the schedule, addresses, and all of the assets of the city council members on leaflets and toss them out to the drug infested homeless encampments that are looking for a quick buck.

I’m Right
I’m Right
10 months ago

I’m sorry but what is going through your mind if you were just the victim of a stabbing and you don’t wanna cooperate with police.

HatersBGone
HatersBGone
11 months ago

I like how that one twink with a crop top pulls up his pants as a sign of respect to the fallen (?).

Bcurranjr
Bcurranjr
10 months ago
Reply to  HatersBGone

That is literally the only thing I saw in the whole video! LOL!

Graham
Graham
8 months ago
Reply to  HatersBGone

All class sexualizing everything…. The city that loves spreading AIDS but wants to put healthy unvaccinated people without HIV in prison camps… Douche meet bag.

Cy Husain
11 months ago

The reactionary opportunists are jumping on just about any social policy they don’t like to scapegoat for being behind any unrest possible. If I happened to be in a block radius of this incident at the time, I could expect to see posts like “Cy the terrorist starts war on SMB to destroy peaceful loving traffic and COVID-19 spreading ❗ ”

John Daniel Tyrell
John Daniel Tyrell
10 months ago
Reply to  Cy Husain

Delusions of Grandeur

Cy Husain
10 months ago

That’s is response to delusions others have about me.

JF1
JF1
10 months ago

Spot on.

Stevie
Stevie
11 months ago

“Do the crime, do the time.” Nope not any more, fools elected Gascon so no punishments. West Hollywood isn’t West Hollywood anymore, it’s West Chicago

Cy Husain
11 months ago
Reply to  Stevie

NO, recently 2 now former Torrance Police Department officers were charged felony vandalism by our way cool DA George Gascón over an incident involving a swastika that was spray-painted inside an impounded vehicle. Getting tough on REAL criminals

WehoFan
WehoFan
10 months ago
Reply to  Cy Husain

Cy no one cares to respond to your exaggerated rhetoric.

Cy Husain
10 months ago
Reply to  WehoFan

I tend to back it up with sources, something I haven’t seen from you❗

JF1
JF1
10 months ago
Reply to  WehoFan

Truth.

Cy Husain
10 months ago
Reply to  JF1

Let me guess, I’m so irrelevant that you guys are going to such extreme lengths to publicly make that point? LED billboard trucks are having a special if you want to advertise my irrelevance further ❗ 🤣

Joey Bologna
Joey Bologna
8 months ago
Reply to  WehoFan

Word. Don’t listen to clowns, unless they’re in Slipknot.

Mike
Mike
11 months ago

From Gay Ghetto to just ghetto.

DesertBob
DesertBob
11 months ago
Reply to  Mike

That pretty much sums it up. I was there for the gay ghetto years. It was a great place to live back then. Worst thing that ever happened was the AIDS pandemic, which turned the area from rental waiting lists to giveaway rents. Then came “cityhood”, and the attendant corruption, and now it’s a sewer. Makes me sad to compare then and now.

Last edited 11 months ago by DesertBob
Cy Husain
11 months ago
Reply to  DesertBob

Basically many of the responses can be summed up up like:
BOO HOO the 1970s when the white male oppressor made the shocking discovery that he, western imperialism and, his entire capitalist establishment were far from invincible. Now the whining resonates through their media outlets well into the 21st century ❗ 🤣

Mike
Mike
11 months ago
Reply to  Cy Husain

We, the Gays were too busy having fun and getting laid to be oppressive or imperialistic.

Cy Husain
11 months ago
Reply to  Mike

Being a good example for the rest of humanity❗☮

Waide Riddle
10 months ago
Reply to  Mike

The 80s & 90s in WeHo were Heaven! We had so much fun! Today, the kids are just a bunch of cry babies. Gender pronouns, seriously!? Gender fluid, seriously?? It’s a sideshow and freak circus! I discovered I’m really from Mars and I demand to be called Martian. Period. Or, I’m gonna cry and pout about it.

Cy Husain
10 months ago
Reply to  Waide Riddle

The 20th Century is done, get over it, oppressing vulnerable minority groups won’t go unanswered pilgrim. YES the issue of gender fluidity is a valid one that the Science has consistently shown to be a larger spectrum than just binary female and male. Those pushing anti-Trans legislation restricting access to gender-affirming health care & rights, ignore or even deny the valid results of years of research.

Waide Riddle
10 months ago
Reply to  Cy Husain

blah blah blah blah

Cy Husain
10 months ago
Reply to  Waide Riddle

I was expecting something far better from someone with numerous publications!

I’m Right
I’m Right
10 months ago
Reply to  Cy Husain

This is still debated in medicine though. To be fair. Not every experts agrees it’s NOT binary.

Last edited 10 months ago by I’m Right
Graham
Graham
8 months ago
Reply to  Cy Husain

How are you oppressed… Please explain your victimhood… Please Mr. CNN we’re listening?

Last edited 8 months ago by Graham
Cy Husain
10 months ago
Reply to  Waide Riddle

YES, there is a possibility that life on Earth originated on Mars! In the first billion years of our solar system, Mars was considerably more hospitable than Earth. So congratulations you might be right about something🏆.

JF1
JF1
10 months ago
Reply to  Waide Riddle

True.

Joey Bologna
Joey Bologna
8 months ago
Reply to  Waide Riddle

Brilliantly said, Waide. *And you know if you get a reply from the brain dead, it’s a badge of honor on here. He’ll never shut up with his bitterness. It’s comedy gold.

Waide Riddle
10 months ago
Reply to  Cy Husain

Oh, Cy… your replies & posts always baffle me to the point of exhaustion.

Cy Husain
10 months ago
Reply to  Waide Riddle

You are always free to check out a country & western site if it’s more your speed❗

Waide Riddle
10 months ago
Reply to  Cy Husain

Actually, it is.

Cy Husain
10 months ago
Reply to  Waide Riddle

I was one who originally made that point.

Graham
Graham
8 months ago
Reply to  Cy Husain

That Meth is a Hell of a drug.

Marc
Marc
10 months ago
Reply to  Waide Riddle

Could it be that he’s a bit off?

Cy Husain
10 months ago
Reply to  Marc

I’m guessing that society is benefiting from something being majorly off with me considering I have been working during the entire pandemic ☣ when just about everyone else has been safe at home collecting benefits.

Waide Riddle
10 months ago
Reply to  Cy Husain

How Donald Trump of you.

Cy Husain
10 months ago
Reply to  Waide Riddle

And you couldn’t come up with someone in the vast assortment of Great Communists ☭ to compare me with ❓

Graham
Graham
8 months ago
Reply to  Waide Riddle

Unlike “Let’s Go Branden” freeloaders and Fascists. Sorry? Couldn’t hear your response with your 3 vaccines and mask still on driving alone in your car screaming at healthy people… OMG I’m panicking and so scared of everyone. GET THE VACCINE HEALTHY PEOPLE AND PROTECT MY HIV AND underlying conditions because of my reckless behavior!!!! Lol…

Last edited 8 months ago by Graham
Joey Bologna
Joey Bologna
8 months ago
Reply to  Cy Husain

Yawn. Eye roll. Second yawn. And I’ll conclude with an LOL.

Mike
Mike
11 months ago
Reply to  DesertBob

I partied every weekend in West Hollywood beginning back in mid-1978. My fondest memories of going out but I was only 23. Things did change at the advent of AIDS but I never let it bring me down. L.A. as a whole has changed; some for the better and some for the worse. I blame the internet and apps on the IPhones. But that’s just me.

Cy Husain
11 months ago
Reply to  Mike

And when I was a kid old people were telling me that it was broadcast television📺 that ruined everything! When they were kids they got their bad news by newsreel📽 at the cinema with the guy playing the piano narrating. A year after people all over dropping dead and you hospitalized in critical condition, you find out by newsreel that it was a nationwide pandemic. Then unpopular minority groups were scapegoated to make the country feel better again, the end🎬

Marc
Marc
10 months ago
Reply to  DesertBob

Almost every city controlled by democrats turns into Detroit sooner or later. It’s sad to say and yes I’ve been a registered democrat for 3 decades, but I’m waking up.

Cy Husain
10 months ago
Reply to  Marc

The problem is that you have bought into the false dichotomy that many liberals are some type of opposition to the establishment. They seek to deny or white wash the inherent and inevitable failures of capitalism.

Waide Riddle
10 months ago
Reply to  Cy Husain

… anyway …

Cy Husain
10 months ago
Reply to  Waide Riddle

consistently

JF1
JF1
10 months ago
Reply to  Marc

Amen.

Graham
Graham
8 months ago
Reply to  Marc

Same .. Left the party after Pelosi and John Kerry let Bush and Cheney off from 35 articles of impeachment for war crimes. Now I’m glad because they have destroyed the party and turned it into the old hateful Republican totalitarian party. Who would have thought the Republican party would have become the party of individual rights and free speech…Pelosi and Obama have single handedly destroyed the party and turned it into a sh** hole of fascism and hate. It’s why they need to let all of those illegal aliens in the country that were let out of foreign jails…they… Read more »

Joey Bologna
Joey Bologna
8 months ago
Reply to  DesertBob

I was here for those awesome and amazing WeHo “gay ghetto” years too, and it was a wonderful time. You said it so well here. The new generation will never know anything like the carefree fun and sexy times we all had. Survived it all, and could not be happier to be a gay “boomer.” Would not trade those times for youth, money, or anything whatsoever. The youngins spouting off here are merely confirming their delusions and naïveté, and we boomers know it stems from bitter envy because they can’t have what others experienced. Word to your mother.

JF1
JF1
10 months ago
Reply to  Mike

Sad but true.

john
john
11 months ago

Every new apartment complex, the city requires a certain % of the units be set aside for low income families and the units are government funded. You can decide if this is a good thing for our city or not.

Josh Kupries
Josh Kupries
11 months ago
Reply to  john

What?!? Because 20% of new development is affordable housing, you’re saying it’s these lower-income people causing an increase in crime? I’ve never heard anything so ridiculous this early in the day! You seem to know nothing about our inclusionary housing program and who lives in them. Here’s some homework for you John, how many seniors and people living with disabilities reside in our affordable units throughout the City? What’s the income level of someone who resides in one of our moderate-income units how does that compare with yours?

WeHoMikey
WeHoMikey
10 months ago
Reply to  Josh Kupries

Well-said, Josh.

Jose
Jose
11 months ago

Time to sell and move. West Hollywood becomes “Low Rent” by the year.

greeneyedguy
greeneyedguy
11 months ago
Reply to  Jose

So West Hollywood didn’t have people getting in fights 10 or 20 years ago? It was some grand utopia?

WehoFan
WehoFan
11 months ago
Reply to  greeneyedguy

Your buddies on the city council should focus on cleaning up Weho.

Last edited 11 months ago by WehoFan
Say What?!
Say What?!
11 months ago
Reply to  WehoFan

He sounds like he is on the city council. Hmmmmm.

WehoFan
WehoFan
11 months ago
Reply to  Say What?!

It’s Erickson’s burner account.

greeneyedguy
greeneyedguy
11 months ago
Reply to  WehoFan

I didn’t even vote for Erickson lol.

Why are you so obsessed with me? Get a hobby?

WehoFan
WehoFan
11 months ago
Reply to  greeneyedguy

Spend less time bullying people on this site and more time helping clean up the city.

Last edited 11 months ago by WehoFan
greeneyedguy
greeneyedguy
11 months ago
Reply to  WehoFan

Where have I bullied anyone? I asked a question and you chimed in accusing me of being John Erickson.

Please leave me alone. I want nothing to do with you. You’re toxic Trump trash.

Last edited 11 months ago by greeneyedguy
WehoFan
WehoFan
11 months ago
Reply to  greeneyedguy

You bully and name call everyone (see above).

Last edited 11 months ago by WehoFan
greeneyedguy
greeneyedguy
11 months ago
Reply to  WehoFan

You don’t have to respond to every single one of my comments. How about starting there, stalker.

Jim Nasium
Jim Nasium
11 months ago
Reply to  greeneyedguy

Maybe you two should get a room.

Cy Husain
11 months ago
Reply to  WehoFan

YES, that must be it❗ He is besties with the City Council, AOC of course, Governor Gavin Newsom and, President Joe Biden; and here to post on the WEHOville just to rub it in your face.🤣

greeneyedguy
greeneyedguy
11 months ago
Reply to  Cy Husain

You caught me, Cy! 😂

DesertBob
DesertBob
11 months ago
Reply to  WehoFan

It’s too far gone…WAY too far gone.

kab1200
kab1200
10 months ago
Reply to  DesertBob

Hey Bob, since you hate it here so much, why the heck do you read this rag, and post all the time. How about you take care of your business in the desert. You definitely like to live in the past.

Peter
Peter
11 months ago
Reply to  WehoFan

Perhaps reducing the numbers of bars in the area? A neighborhood with a high density of bars and drunk people leads to bad things

C.R.
C.R.
11 months ago
Reply to  Peter

No, we will not be doing that. The only solution to the problem is more security patrols on the street in the area. The city needs to step it up.

Gimmeabreak
Gimmeabreak
11 months ago
Reply to  greeneyedguy

I’d like to see the stats on crime in WeHo going back a few decades to compare to what is going on now. I’ve been here for a few of those decades and I don’t remember the kinds of crime we are seeing here now in the years before. Maybe I just wasn’t paying attention then in the way I am now, and although there certainly were occasional violent crimes, it just seems I’m hearing of shootings and other life-threatening attacks very, very often now.

greeneyedguy
greeneyedguy
11 months ago
Reply to  Gimmeabreak

That’s definitely fair. I feel like a part of it is the access to breaking news that we have now. Apps like nextdoor, citizen, twitter etc.

David
David
11 months ago
Reply to  greeneyedguy

You are absolutely correct. An analogy is how there are likely the same number of tornados in the US as there ever were. It’s just that there are more people in what used to be remote places (and now people to videotape them). Greater LA has grown almost 33% since West Hollywood was incorporated and draws from this population.

Last edited 11 months ago by David
DesertBob
DesertBob
11 months ago
Reply to  greeneyedguy

No.

DesertBob
DesertBob
11 months ago
Reply to  Gimmeabreak

You are correct. Things started going down the toilet when the perfect storm of HIV and meth happened. Street fights in WeHo in 1977? NEVER happened…much.

greeneyedguy
greeneyedguy
11 months ago
Reply to  DesertBob

Damn I guess you just need a time machine then. Oh well

JF1
JF1
10 months ago
Reply to  greeneyedguy

Or a city council that focuses on dealing with the issues. Beef up police presence and you’ll start to see less criminal activity in the area.

Peter
Peter
11 months ago
Reply to  DesertBob

Almost all of the increased problems are related to too many bars, too many intoxicated people and too many people coming in from everywhere. The bars on SMB are always jam packed and who has become a prime nightspot for people near and far – straight and gay. You just can’t have wall to wall bars lining several blocks with thousands of people coming in. Trying to control crowds like that is unmanageable

kab1200
kab1200
10 months ago
Reply to  Peter

That is not the issue, there have always been lots of bars and clubs in Weho. It is a way more complex situation now. Crime is up all over, homelessness, etc, and it is not just in West Hollywood.

JF1
JF1
10 months ago
Reply to  kab1200

We had fewer. More bars now and added pot shops and lounges.

JF1
JF1
10 months ago
Reply to  Peter

Yup. Now add pot shops and lounges. We no longer have any diversity of our commercial area.

JF1
JF1
10 months ago
Reply to  DesertBob

Yup.

JF1
JF1
10 months ago
Reply to  Gimmeabreak

I always paid attention and we never had such crap going on as we do today.

I’m Right
I’m Right
10 months ago
Reply to  JF1

Exactly! Even if you have only read about crime on WehoVille the last 10 years and not experienced it first hand you know crime is up! A lot of us know just from seeing with our own eyes and talking to our neighbors in person , the apps are only helping prevent crime so they cannot be seen as negative they are a tool in the tool box when you have an apathetic problematic police force like LASD

DesertBob
DesertBob
11 months ago
Reply to  greeneyedguy

It more or less was in the pre-AIDS era. Then meth came in in ’78, and it’s been all downhill from then til now. I won’t set foot in that s-hole anymore.

Marc
Marc
10 months ago
Reply to  greeneyedguy

It had less Norwegians coming into the area and committing violent crime with guns and knives.

JF1
JF1
10 months ago
Reply to  greeneyedguy

Never saw a fight in any gay club or on the street… ever. Until the last 10 years or so. Now it’s a common occurrence.

Joey Bologna
Joey Bologna
8 months ago
Reply to  greeneyedguy

Um, stay with plot; yes, that is what we are saying. Sorry you missed the fun, sexy, safe times when we gay men respected and protected one another.

Cy Husain
10 months ago
Reply to  Jose

REALLY ❓ That would mean I’m completely victorious over my capitalist opponents❗✊🏽

Don Jones
Don Jones
11 months ago

Just wait for the train stop at SMB and San Vicente to come through that Horvath has been pushing for years. Then we’ll see the violence and crime surge in Boys Town even more than one Friday night stabbing.
City of Santa Monica saw their crime increase with the train stop addition.

TOAST
TOAST
11 months ago
Reply to  Don Jones

The city is perpetuating this type of behavior. They continue to extend the invitation because the city, city council and obviously business owners seems to have no concept of quality of life. They think any revenue is good revenue and have few standards. The city does not uphold its own ordinances and just accepts this. As you say when the train arrives the city will be TOAST. Junk like this will keep flowing into West Hollywood through human storm drains without any resistance.

David
David
11 months ago
Reply to  Don Jones

I can’t stand this sort of thinking. The benefits to the city and community of rapid transit far outweigh this short sighted NIMBYism. Greater LA has 18.7 million people and West Hollywood isn’t an isolated bubble. I don’t like this violence either, but know it’s been happening a long time. Just ask Sal Mineo.

hifi5000
hifi5000
11 months ago

Our society is becoming more violent and more quick to do violent acts than in the past.That is reflected in the visitors who come to West Hollywood,so I am not surprised this is happening.It’s sad but that is what is the result of anger and frustration building up in our population.

Incidents in the past that would get a stare or two now lead to fistfights or worse.The COVID pandemic has made things more difficult with people out of work.

As for the crop tops,I noticed that too.Guys are still wanting to be sexy. Great,go for it!

Last edited 11 months ago by hifi5000
Say What?!
Say What?!
11 months ago
Reply to  hifi5000

The crop top! Did we defund to Fashion Police?!!!

I’m Right
I’m Right
10 months ago
Reply to  Say What?!

Perfect. Thank you for the lol

TomSmart
TomSmart
11 months ago

All “entertainment areas” (heavy drinking/drug districts) need to have their own security teams on the weekends, minimum. If anyone thinks this is random, just wait. Bars who rake in the money must take some responsibility for keeping people safe whilst protecting their investment.

Thom Cook
Thom Cook
11 months ago

I bet if Keith Kaplan got elected to City Council, stuff like this wouldn’t be happening!

greeneyedguy
greeneyedguy
11 months ago
Reply to  Thom Cook

LOL

WehoFan
WehoFan
11 months ago
Reply to  Thom Cook

Maybe weho city council should spend less time worrying about Texas.

WeHoMikey
WeHoMikey
10 months ago
Reply to  Thom Cook

Was that self-serving sap running?

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