Sheriff’s Weekly Crime Report (April 4-10)

April 4th
Aggravated Assault – Gun
7300 block Santa Monica Blvd
04/04/2022 @ 1410. The victim told the suspect to leave the park because he was acting erratically. The suspect became upset and pulled a handgun from his waist and pointed it at the victim. #01941
 
Grand Theft (Suspect Arrested)
8500 block Santa Monica Blvd
04/04/2022 @ 1550. A man removed a Louis Vuitton handbag from a display area and left the store without payment. The suspect was located and arrested by responding deputies. #01943
 
Other Burglary (Suspect Arrested)
1100 block Flores Street (Attempt)
04/04/2022 @ 0650. A man tried to pry a storage unit open but was unsuccessful. The suspect was arrested by responding deputies. #01934
 
Vehicle Burglary
Huntley Drive / Santa Monica Blvd
04/04/2022 @ 0038. An unknown suspect smashed the rear driver’s side window and removed a bag containing clothing from the back seat. #01932
 
April 5th
Residential Burglary
7300 block Santa Monica Blvd
04/05/2022 – 04/11/2022. An unknown suspect removed $40K in cash from a living room safe. No sign of forced entry. #02099
 
April 6th
Nothing significant to report.
 
April 7th
Aggravated Assault – Knife (Suspect Arrested)
8700 block Santa Monica Blvd
04/07/2022 @ 0815. A man was walking his dog on the sidewalk when the suspect pointed a knife at him and threatened to kill him and his dog. The suspect was located and arrested by responding deputies. #01994
 
Grand Theft
600 block N Robertson Blvd
04/07/2022 @ 0100. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s fanny pack while inside the club. #02019
 
Grand Theft
7100 block Santa Monica Blvd
04/07/2022 @ 1500-1600. An unknown suspect removed sunglasses and $300 cash from the center console of the unlocked vehicle. The suspect also removed baby stroller from the trunk. #02027
 
Vehicle Burglary
8900 block Santa Monica Blvd
04/07/2022 @ 2145-2200. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a canvas bag containing a laptop computer, wallet, credit cards and passport from the back seat. The suspect also removed a backpack containing a cell phone and charging cable from the back seat. #02008
 
April 8th
Aggravated Assault – Other Weapon (Suspect Arrested)
9000 block Sunset Blvd
04/08/2022 @ 0310. A man swung his skateboard at the victim after he was asked to leave the area. The suspect was located and arrested by responding deputies. #02013
 
Vehicle Burglary
1000 block N Fuller Avenue
04/08/2022 @ 1400-1530. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a book bag containing a jacket, ear pods, and water bottles from the back seat. #02023
 
Vehicle Burglary
600 block N Robertson Blvd
04/08/2022 @ 1630-1800. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a gym bag containing shoes and ankle braces from the back seat. #02031
 
Vehicle Burglary
600 block N Robertson Blvd
04/08/2022 @ 1600-1815. An unknown suspect smashed the rear driver’s side window and tailgate window and removed a bag from the back seat and a second bag containing shoes and pants from the trunk. #02033
 
Vehicle Burglary
600 block N Robertson Blvd
04/08/2022 @ 0915-1745. An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger’s side window and removed a jacket from the back seat. #02035
 
Vehicle Burglary
8700 block Sunset Blvd
04/08/2022 @ 2100-2315. An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger’s side window and removed a backpack containing headphones from the front seat. #02040
 
Vehicle Burglary
8700 block Sunset Blvd
04/08/2022 @ 1920-2230. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a backpack containing cosmetics from the back seat. #02041
 
Vehicle Burglary
9000 block Santa Monica Blvd
04/08/2022 @ 2230-0130. An unknown suspect smashed the rear windshield and removed a backpack containing a laptop computer, air pods, and a silver ring from the trunk. #02048
 
Vehicle Burglary
8700 block Sunset Blvd
04/08/2022 @ 2315-0115. An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger’s side window and removed a computer bag containing a laptop computer, SD card, purse, makeup, and $7K in cash from the front seat. #02053
 
Vehicle Burglary
8300 block Sunset Blvd
04/08/2022 @ 1900-1630. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a diaper bag containing a birth certificate and social security card from the back seat. #02056
 
April 9th
Aggravated Assault – Knife (Suspect Arrested)
7100 block Santa Monica Blvd
04/09/2022 @ 1920. A man was walking down the escalator when the suspect chased after him for unknown reasons and tried to stab him with a knife. The victim was able to avoid being stabbed and ran from the area. The suspect was located and arrested by responding deputies. #02055
 
April 10th
Grand Theft
8900 block Santa Monica Blvd
04/10/2022 @ 1142. A man and a woman worked in concert to distract an elderly woman and steal her wallet and cell phone from her shopping cart. The wallet contained credit cards and $45 cash. #02068
 
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.
 
William Moulder, Acting Captain
West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station
 
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
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West Hollywood, CA 90069
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Alex Villaneuva, Sheriff
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
 
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Mike
Mike
1 month ago

For the last month or 2 I’ve Been noticing the daily activity of many police cruisers speeding from the west Hollywood sheriff substation…and on the LAPD side also !!!

critic
critic
1 month ago

The lowlifes on the City Council are going to vote to reduce the budget for policing. They have already signaled that very clearly.

What will the residents do in response is the only question remaining.

Josh Kurpies
Josh Kurpies
1 month ago
Reply to  critic

…and remind us how they’ve signaled this so clearly?

I’d recommend re-watching the recent City Council meetings and reevaluating your signal reading skills.

Happy Easter
Happy Easter
1 month ago
Reply to  Josh Kurpies

Hey Josh…Don’t you work for an assembly man who dropped out of the LA County Supervisor race? Is he going to endorse Defund …the police streetwalker for developers… Lindsey Horvath??? Don’t you hang out with Shyne, Erickson and Oliver and those left wing Woke addicts. Who are about as popular in West Hollywood as Hitler in Israel!

Randy
Randy
1 month ago
Reply to  Josh Kurpies

Indeed. The only ones who have given a signal are Mayor Meister (who published a video, opposing the recommendation) and possibly Horvath, who looks like she is supporting the recommendation. But it is not clear. I don’t know why everyone assumes that this is going to pass.

LOL Weho
LOL Weho
1 month ago

Everyone who is now publicly supporting Lindsay Horvath for Los Angeles county supervisor will be labeled backing defunding the police! In Los Angeles county. Watch how fast the political hacks withdraw their support.

:dpb
:dpb
1 month ago

Los Angeles, West Hollywood and Beverly Hills and our skyrocketing follow-home robberies made ABC World News Tonight today, Saturday April 16. Horvath, Shyne, Erickson and Public Safety commissioner Nika Soon-shiong should take note. Statics directly counter Soon-shining’s fraudulent bull sh-t.
Great publicity for our city. I’m sure the chamber of commerce and our business community love this attention. West Hollywood used to be known as Camelot now we’re known as unsafe and a robbery haven.

Madness
Madness
1 month ago
Reply to  :dpb

Specifically the Ed Buck case has garnered international coverage in the NYT, Wash Post, Huff & NY Post as well as multiple press in Great Britain with some speculating that there is way more to the issue yet untapped. It would seem that West Hollywood city leaders have no focus on quality of life issues that most garden variety residents and tourists value while the city promotes expensive real estate opportunities, ostentatious park facilities, parades, hotels questionable night life all without any concern for safety. This will surely be an uphill task for the Chamber of Commerce to justify. And… Read more »

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