Sheriff’s Weekly Crime Report (Jan. 17-23)

A round-up of significant Part One crimes in West Hollywood reported Jan. 17-23 by the L.A. Sheriff’s Department.

January 17th

Aggravated Assault – Hands, Fist, Feet
8900 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/17/2022 @ 0105. A man challenged several patrons and staff members to a fight and then punched a security guard one time in the face without provocation. The victim suffered a fractured facial bone. #00277
 
Vehicle Burglary
8600 block Holloway Drive
01/17/2022 @ 1700-0730. An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger’s side window and removed a duffle bag containing headphones and shoes from the front seat. #00292
 
Vehicle Burglary
600 block Westbourne Drive
01/17/2022 @ 2100-1600. An unknown suspect punched the locks on both front doors to gain access to the interior. The suspect damaged the gear shifter inside the vehicle but did not anything. #00303
 

January 18th

Other Burglary
8400 block Fountain Avenue
01/18/2022 @ 1237. A man gained access to the lobby of the secure apartment complex and removed unsecured packages from the mailroom. #00323

January 19th

Nothing significant to report.

January 20th

Other Burglary
8200 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/20/2022 @ 0546. A man broke into a lock box that was hanging on a fence behind the business and used the key to gain access to the business. The suspect removed a cash register containing $10 in coins. #00320

January 21st

Aggravated Assault – Hands, Fist, Feet (Suspect Arrested)
8500 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/21/2022 @ 0900. A man was standing on the sidewalk when the suspect approached and elbowed the victim in the face without provocation. The victim fell to the ground and the suspect fled the area on foot but was located and arrested by responding deputies. The victim suffered a cut to his face that required stitches. #80072
 
Grand Theft
600 block N West Knoll Drive
01/21/2022 @ 1400. A man borrowed an electric scooter from the victim and failed to return it. #00368

Other Burglary
7100 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/21/2022 @ 1830-1120. An unknown suspect gained access to the secure sub parking garage of the apartment complex and removed sunglasses, keys, and a bank card from the glove box of the unlocked vehicle. The suspect also removed a bag from the back seat. #00358

January 22nd

Aggravated Assault – Other Weapon (Suspect Arrested)
1100 block N Fairfax Avenue
01/22/2022 @ 1620. A man was sleeping near the front door of the business when the victim asked him to leave so she could access the building for work. The suspect became upset and threw a glass bottle at the victim. The glass bottle missed the victim and shattered. A witness intervened to stop the attack and the suspect was arrested by responding deputies. #00361
 
Aggravated Assault – Other Weapon (Suspect Arrested)
1000 block N Kings Road
01/22/2022 @ 1915. A man and woman were walking SB on the sidewalk of Kings Road when a man approached them from behind and punched the victim on the back of his head without provocation. The victim fell to the ground but got up quickly to protect his mother and tried to walk away. The suspect then threw a hard object that struck the female victim on the back of her head and caused a cut that required stitches. The suspect was located and arrested by responding deputies. #00369
 
Grand Theft
600 block N Robertson Blvd
01/22/2022 @ 0045-0130. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s purse while inside the club. #00367
 
Strong Arm Robbery
8800 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/22/2022 @ 0000. A woman was standing on the sidewalk when a man approached her and pulled her phone and wallet from her hand. The suspect fled the area on foot. #00378

January 23rd

Grand Theft
8800 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/23/2022 @ 0000-0200. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s jacket pocket while inside the club. #00382
 
Residential Burglary
1200 block Orange Grove
01/23/2022 @ 0630. An unknown suspect forced a dog door open and reached inside to unlock the door. The homeowner yelled at the suspect and he fled the area on foot. #00375
 
Strong Arm Robbery (Suspect Arrested)
8900 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/23/2022 @ 0300. Two men were walking WB on the sidewalk of Santa Monica Blvd when the suspect approached them and grabbed one of the men by his neck. A struggle ensued involving both victims and the suspect and property was taken from both victims. The suspect was arrested by responding deputies and the stolen property was recovered. #00374
 
Strong Arm Robbery
Melrose Avenue / Huntley Drive
01/23/2022 @ 1210. A woman was retrieving a sweater from the back seat of her vehicle when two men approached her and pushed her into the back seat of her car. One suspect punched the victim on the back of her head and demanded her watch and she complied. #00376


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
 
Website: http://www.WestHollywood.lasd.org/
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West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station polices the City of West Hollywood and the unincorporated communities of Franklin Canyon, Universal City (which includes Universal Theme Park, Studios, and Citywalk), and the Federal Enclave in West Los Angeles.
 
Partner to prevent or report crime by contacting the West Hollywood station. Or, if you wish to remain anonymous, call “LA Crime Stoppers” by dialing 800-222-TIPS (8477), texting the letters TIPLA plus your tip to CRIMES (274637), or using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org/
 
Alex Villaneuva, Sheriff
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
 
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Address/Location
LASD – West Hollywood Station, Los Angeles County Sheriff
780 N San Vicente Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Contact
Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 310-855-8850

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Robert
9 months ago

Why is crime so prevalent in WeHo now? When I lived there back in the 80’s, we never has the huge amounts of violent assaults that seem to be everywhere in WeHo today! Why is this happening? Bring in more police! Use ‘walking the beat” cops as well! Arrest any and all criminals, even petty. And move along every beggar, the homeless, and lower class poor off the streets on WeHo! Keep our city clean from crime, and from all those who perpetrate crime!

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