Sheriff’s Weekly Crime Report (Jan. 24-30)


January 24th

Grand Theft
1100 block Formosa Avenue
01/24/2022 @ 1240. A man removed a backpack containing a laptop computer, Gucci wallet, $900 cash, and credit cards from the front seat of the unlocked vehicle. #00398
 
Other Burglary
800 block Larrabee Street
01/24/2022 – 01/28/2022. An unknown suspect jumped over the perimeter fence to gain access to the construction site and removed a spool of copper wiring. The suspect also cut the lock to a large tool box and removed power tools. #00474
 
Vehicle Burglary
800 block San Vicente Blvd
01/24/2022 @ 0000-0200. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a backpack containing two laptop computers from the interior. #00391
 
Vehicle Burglary
1000 block N Vista Street
01/22/2022 – 01/24/2022. An unknown suspect gained access to the secure sub parking garage and removed a dash cam, sunglasses, garage opener, and paperwork from the interior. No sign of forced entry. #00404
 
Vehicle Burglary
8300 block W Sunset Blvd
01/24/2022 @ 0000-0055. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a handbag containing a laptop computer from the back seat and one pair of sunglasses, $300 cash, and cologne from the center console. #00406
 
Vehicle Burglary
8800 block Cynthia Street
01/24/2022 – 01/27/2022. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window to gain access but did not take anything. #00486

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January 25th

Grand Theft
9000 block Sunset Blvd
01/25/20222 @ 1330. An unknown suspect removed a fanny pack and wallet that were left momentarily unattended near the hotel pool. #00410
 
Grand Theft
8200 block Romaine Street
01/25/2022 @ 1500. A man removed several tool bags from an unsecured and open garage. The tools bags contained miscellaneous power tools. #00419
 
Vehicle Burglary
8500 block Melrose Avenue
01/25/2022 @ 2000-2157. An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger’s side window and removed a leather backpack containing a laptop computer, earrings, and cosmetics from the front seat. #00422
 

January 26th

Aggravated Assault – Gun
8200 block Sunset Blvd
01/26/2022 @ 0232. A man pointed a handgun at a parking attendant after he was told he had to pay for parking at the location. #00428
 
Aggravated Assault – Other Weapon
8900 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/26/2022 @ 0930. A man left the store without paying for his items after he was asked to wear a facemask. The suspect drove his vehicle towards a security Guard as he was leaving the parking lot. #00431
 

January 27th

Aggravated Assault – Other Weapon
Robertson Blvd / Santa Monica Blvd
01/27/2022 @ 1210. A woman was walking in the crosswalk when a man swung a metal pole and hit the victim on her back and shoulder. #00459
 
Grand Theft
1200 block N Kings Road
01/27/2022 @ 1100-1500. An unknown suspect removed the catalytic converter from a 2007 Toyota Prius that was parked in the unsecured sub parking garage of the apartment complex. #00514
 
Vehicle Burglary
900 block N Palm Avenue
01/27/2022 @ 2030-1000. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a handicap placard from the glove box. #00473
 
Vehicle Burglary
900 block Palm Avenue
01/27/2022 @ 1800-1300. An unknown suspect smashed the rear driver’s side window and removed an electronic notebook, two pairs of glasses, and two coats from the interior. #00482
 
Vehicle Burglary
900 block Palm Avenue
01/27/2022 @ 2200-1900. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a pack of gum from the front seat. #00493
 

January 28th

Aggravated Assault – Knife (Suspect Arrested)
8700 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/28/2022 @ 1735. A woman pulled a pocket knife and lunged at the victim during an argument over a parking space. The suspect was arrested by responding deputies. #00489
 
Grand Theft
600 block N Robertson Blvd
01/28/2022 @ 2200-0000. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s front pocket while inside the club. #00508
 
Grand Theft
8900 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/28/2022 @ 2330-0000. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s back pocket while inside the club. #00519
 
Grand Theft
8800 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/28/2022 @ 0030-0100. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s back pocket while inside the club. #00562
 
Other Burglary
8400 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/28/2022 – 03/30/2022. An unknown suspect gained access to the interior and removed a metal sword, computer equipment, electronics, and alcohol from several offices. No sign of forced entry. #00551
 
Vehicle Burglary
900 block Palm Avenue
10/28/2022 @ 1930-1600. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and ransacked the interior. The victim was unsure if anything was taken from the vehicle. #00550
 

January 29th

Aggravated Assault – Knife (Suspect Arrested)
7500 block Fountain Avenue
01/29/2022 @ 0540. A woman threw a glass bottle at the victim during an argument that took place inside their residence. The suspect also picked up a knife from the kitchen table and charged at the victim. The suspect was arrested by responding deputies. #00502
 
Grand Theft
8800 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/29/2022 @ 0130-0200. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone and passport from the victim’s purse while inside the club. #00511
 
Grand Theft
8900 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/29/2022 @ 2355. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s back pocket while inside the club. #00526
 
Vehicle Burglary
8400 block Sunset Blvd
01/29/2022 @ 2220-0000. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a bag containing two wigs, makeup, shoes, $500 cash, and miscellaneous clothing from the interior. #00525
 

January 30th

Grand Theft
8900 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/30/2022 @ 0000-0005. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone and wallet from the victim’s purse while inside the club. #00527
 
Grand Theft (Suspects Arrested)
8800 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/30/2022 @ 0145. Two men working in concert removed a cell phone from the victim’s front pocket while inside the club. The suspects were detained by club patrons and arrested by responding deputies. #00528
 
Grand Theft
7100 block Santa Monica Blvd
01/30/2022 @ 1802. Four men filled four trash bags with miscellaneous clothing items and left the store without payment. #00553
 
Vehicle Burglary
8700 block Sunset Blvd
01/30/2022 @ 1344-1444. An unknown suspect smashed the rear window and removed a backpack and duffel bag containing a laptop computer, books, makeup, clothing, and contact lenses from the trunk. #00541



 
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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Invitation for Crime
Invitation for Crime
4 months ago

Folks in West Hollywood seem anxious for more crime as they seem to be more than careless with leaving computers and other noticeable items in full view or in unlocked vehicles.

Compare Crime in BH
Compare Crime in BH
4 months ago

The drive of a City Council aspirant in Beverly Hills gives some perspective across the border.

https://beverlyhillscourier.com/2022/02/03/courier-exclusive-markowitz-will-seek-beverly-hills-city-council-seat/

Gimmeabreak
Gimmeabreak
4 months ago

What’s the deal with catalytic converters? They’re stolen all the time. What does a thief do with them?

Stevie
Stevie
4 months ago
Reply to  Gimmeabreak

The metals used inside are valuable on the black market

Jimmy Palmieri
Jimmy Palmieri
4 months ago

wasn’t there a an armed robbery with assault on kings this week? did i miss it in the report?

Joshua88
Joshua88
4 months ago

“…the unlocked vehicle.”

Same result, different year.
Need I say more?

carleton cronin
carleton cronin
4 months ago

A VERY busy week, especially for car burglaries and assaults.
The CofC must be alarmed even if no one else is.

WeHo Independent
WeHo Independent
4 months ago

Thanks so much to the SHE …Shyne, Horvath and Erickson for defunding the police. Putting law & order money into Claptrap nonsense. This is no longer a laundry list of misdemeanors. it’s a frightening list of crimes. Just great for the tax revenue from hotels. We need cops patrolling this place 24 hours a day. It is a very dangerous city. Like the two British young guys who were recently robbed, one of them was asked would he return to West hollywood. And he answered NEVER!

Tom
Tom
4 months ago

Would that he would take you and your fixation on the “SHE” with him..

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