Sheriff’s Weekly Crime Report (Dec. 27-Jan. 2)

December 27th

Aggravated Assault – Knife (Suspect Arrested)

  • 7700 block Santa Monica Blvd
  • 12/27/2021 @ 1145. A woman pulled a knife and pointed it at the victim during an argument that took place in the store parking lot over a handicap parking space. The suspect was arrested by responding deputies. #05756

Other Burglary

  • 7100 block Santa Monica Blvd
  • 12/27/2021 @ 2030-0900. An unknown suspect used a back door to gain entry and removed three tablet computers from the interior. No sign of forced entry. #05792

December 28th

Strong Arm Robbery (Suspect Arrested)

  • San Vicente Blvd / Beverly Blvd
  • 12/28/2021 @ 0933. A woman was sitting in her vehicle when the suspect knocked on her car window. The victim unlocked her vehicle and when she did, the suspect opened the car door and removed the victim’s purse. The suspect ran to a vehicle that was parked nearby and fled the area. The suspect was arrested later in the day by WHD deputies.  #05764

December 29th

Grand Theft

  • 8500 block Melrose Avenue
  • 12/29/2021 @ 1130. A woman removed 25 pairs of pants from a display area and left the store without payment. #05794

December 30th

Grand Theft

  • 8900 block Santa Monica Blvd
  • 12/30/2021 @ 1712. A man removed a purse containing a checkbook, credit cards, and gift cards from the backseat of the unlocked vehicle. #05802

Other Burglary

  • 600 block N La Cienega Blvd
  • 12/30/2021 @ 0424. A man pried a rear door open to gain access and removed a laptop computer, three IPads, and two bottles of alcohol from the interior. #05798

Other Burglary

  • 900 block Larrabee Street
  • 12/30/2021 @ 0622-0631. A man followed a tenant into the parking garage to gain access and then went to the lobby mail room and opened a mail package and removed its contents. #05813

Other Burglary

  • 600 block Flores Street
  • 12/30/2021 @ 0500-0600. A woman gained access to the lobby of the secured apartment complex and removed several mail packages from the mailroom. #05815

Other Burglary

  • 900 block Larrabee Street
  • 12/30/2021 @ 0622-0631. A man followed a tenant into the parking garage to gain access and then went to the lobby mail room and opened two mail packages and removed their contents. #00002

December 31st

Other Burglary

  • 1200 block Hayworth Avenue
  • 12/31/2021 @ 0400. An unknown suspect gained access to the secure lobby of the apartment building and pried a mailbox open and removed a rent check. No sign of forced entry to the lobby. #05814

January 1st

Nothing significant to report.

January 2nd

Vehicle Burglary

  • 900 block Larrabee Street
  • 01/02/2022 @ 2100-0630. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a duffle bag containing $2K in cash from underneath the front seat and a purse and boxing gloves from the back seat. #00030

This report lists Part 1 Crimes for the date range shown and is not meant to be a complete list of all Part 1 crime. Refer to www.crimemapping.com for a more comprehensive listing of incidents in West Hollywood.

Edward Ramirez, Captain
West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
780 N San Vicente Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(310) 855-8850

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780 N San Vicente Blvd

West Hollywood, CA 90069

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Mike
Mike
8 days ago

law enforcement has never printed all crimes because they say they don’t want to startle the community or look bad because they can’t stop a crime trend.they keep people vulnerable and in the blind by not reporting all crimes that happen in West Hollywood

Benjamin Story
Benjamin Story
8 days ago
Reply to  Mike

“Refer to http://www.crimemapping.com for a more comprehensive listing of incidents in West Hollywood.”

You can have a daily e-mail of nearby crime events automatically sent to your e-mail box. You don’t need to rely on the Sheriff, WeHoVille, or another news outlet.

carleton cronin
9 days ago

hy does this report always differ from that printed in the La Brea news which has a far larger audience than the local sheriff report? If the paper is incorrect the sheriff should speak to the editor. This week’s La Brea news paints a picture of a very dangerous city.

hifi5000
hifi5000
9 days ago

From what I am able to gather,Part 1 crimes are crimes against persons such as homicide,assault,robbery,etc.The FBI looks to be the agency who came up with this designation.The FBI comes out with a annual report called the “Uniform Crime Reports” or UCR.Part 1 crimes are covered in there. The sheriff’s department is following this designation to report these local crimes.

Last edited 9 days ago by hifi5000
TomSmart
TomSmart
10 days ago

Part 1 crimes are murder, manslaughter, sex offenses, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, motor vehicle theft, and arson.

hifi5000
hifi5000
10 days ago

I was looking at the aggravated assault report of December 27th and am amazed how a simple argument over a parking spot can turn into a physical threat.I guess the turmoil of COVID combined with the rush of the holidays are turning people into hidden monsters.Glad sheriff deputies were able to arrest this loose cannon before something serious had happened.

JF1
JF1
10 days ago

Thank you for posting. Please keep it up. Please explain what Part 1 crimes are. And if you could please confirm that this is not a complete, full list of all crimes committed, just “Part 1” crimes. Thanks

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