Sheriff’s Weekly Crime Report (June 6-12)

A summary of Part One crimes reported in West Hollywood from June 6-12, 2022.

June 6th 

Grand Theft

8900 block Santa Monica Blvd

06/06/2022 @ 0100. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s front pocket while inside the club. #03547

Residential Burglary

8000 block Norton Avenue

06/06/2022 @ 2115. A man smashed the sliding glass balcony door to gain entry. The resident heard the glass break and found the suspect standing in her living room. The suspect fled the area on foot without taking anything. #03435

Vehicle Burglary

1000 block Stanley Avenue

06/06/2022 @ 1830-0230. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and ransacked the interior but did not take anything. #03444

Vehicle Burglary

Larrabee Street / Sunset Blvd

06/06/2022 @ 2200-0300. An unknown suspect smashed the rear driver’s side window and ransacked the interior but did not take anything. #03454

Vehicle Burglary

800 block Hilldale Avenue

06/06/2022 @ 1900-1945. An unknown suspect removed a laptop computer from the back seat and a duffle bag containing cosmetics, jewelry, and medication from the back seat. #03519

June 7th

Grand Theft

900 block Santa Monica Blvd

06/07/2022 @ 1200. An unknown suspect removed a refrigerator, washer, and dryer from the interior. #03494

Other Burglary

1200 block N Crescent Heights

06/07/2022 @ 0610. Two men gained access to the lobby of the secured apartment complex and pried open resident mail boxes and removed mail. #03457

Residential Burglary

8800 block Dorrington Avenue

06/07/2022 @ 1928. An unknown suspect removed the screen and opened an unlocked window to gain access and ransacked the interior. The suspect removed three jackets and two pairs of sunglasses from the interior. #03469


Vehicle Burglary

8400 block Sunset Blvd

06/07/2022 @ 0045-0150. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a handgun and 9mm ammunition from the trunk. #03442

June 8th

Grand Theft

9200 block Sunset Blvd

06/08/2022 @ 0120. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s purse while inside the club. #03479

Grand Theft

8900 block Santa Monica Blvd

06/08/2022 @ 0242. The victim accidentally left his cell phone in an Uber and the phone was not returned. #03511

Other Burglary

1300 block Havenhurst Drive

06/08/2022 @ 0426. A man and a woman gained entry to the lobby of the secured apartment complex and removed mail from resident mailboxes. #03536

Residential Burglary (Suspect Arrested)

1000 block Genesee Avenue

06/08/2022 @ 2026. A man used an unlocked rear door to gain entry. The resident came home and found the suspect asleep in her bed. The suspect was arrested by responding deputies. #03497

Armed Robbery

8700 block Sunset Blvd,

06/08/2022 @ 0942. A man parked his vehicle on the street and was followed into his apartment building by two men armed with handguns. The suspect’s demanded the victim’s watch and he complied. #03485

June 9th

Aggravated Assault – Hand, Fist, Feet (Suspect Arrested)

600 block N San Vicente Blvd

06/09/2022 @ 0220. A man hit the victim several times on his face and body with a metal pipe for unknown reasons while in the park. The suspect was located and arrested by responding deputies. #03504

Grand Theft

9200 block Sunset Blvd

06/09/2022 @ 0030-0130. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s purse while inside the club. #03510


Grand Theft

7900 block Santa Monica Blvd

06/09/2022 @ 1617. A man removed 200 cartons of cigarettes from a storage room and left the store without payment. #03538

Grand Theft

7600 block Santa Monica Blvd

06/09/2022 @ 1600. A man removed 52 cartons of cigarettes from a storage room and left the store without payment. #03542

Grand Theft

8800 block Santa Monica Blvd

06/09/2022 @ 2100-2110. An unknown suspect bumped into the victim and removed a cell phone from his front pocket while standing on the sidewalk. #03545

Other Burglary

8900 block Melrose Avenue

06/09/2022 @ 2230-0530. An unknown suspect pried the rear door open to gain access and removed three tablet computers, $300 cash, and a jacket from the interior. #03535

Residential Burglary

1200 block Crescent Heights Blvd

06/09/2022 @ 2300-0530. An unknown suspect used an unlocked patio door to gain entry and removed a backpack containing a wallet, key fob, laptop computer, headphones, and charging cords from the dining room. #03533

June 10th

Aggravated Assault – Other Weapon (2 victims)

Olive Drive / Santa Monica Blvd

06/10/2022 @ 0345. Two men were lying on the sidewalk when a vehicle occupied by four men came to a stop near their location. The suspects fired two steel ball bearings from an unknown device in the direction of the victims and then drove away. One of the victims was hit but not injured. #03531 

Aggravated Assault – Knife (2 victims)

8500 block Sherwood Drive

06/10/2022 @ 1800. A woman was removing items from thetrunk of her vehicle when a man approached her while armed with a knife. The victim ran to a nearby business and was followed by the suspect. An employee of the business intervened and the suspect fled the area on a skateboard. #03551

Vehicle Burglary

620 block N Robertson Blvd

06/10/2022 @ 2310-0055. An unknown suspect smashed the rear windshield and removed a duffel bag containing a laptop computer, IPhone, and Airpods from the trunk. #03564

June 11th

Grand Theft

8900 block Santa Monica Blvd

06/11/2022 @ 0110. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s purse while inside the club. #03565

Grand Theft

8800 block Santa Monica Blvd

06/11/2022 @ 0150. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s front pocket while inside the club. #03567

Grand Theft

600 block N Robertson Blvd

06/11/2022 @ 0200. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s front pocket while inside the club. #03570

Grand Theft

600 block N Robertson Blvd

06/11/2022 @ 0140-0150. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s back pocket while inside the club. #03572

Grand Theft

8800 block Santa Monica Blvd

06/11/2022 @ 0200-0203. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s back pocket while standing on the sidewalk. #03588

Armed Robbery (Estes) (Suspect Arrested)

600 block N San Vicente Blvd

06/11/2022 @ 2215. A man removed several sets of keys from the valet parking stand and began to walk away. An employee confronted the suspect and demanded the keys be returned and he refused and hit the victim on his abdomen with a large bamboo stick and fled the area on foot. The suspect was arrested by responding deputies and the vehicle keys were recovered. #03593

Vehicle Burglary

8700 block Sunset Blvd

06/11/2022 @ 2120-2220. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a backpack containing a laptop computer and gold necklace from the backseat. #03592

June 12th

Aggravated Assault – Knife (Suspect Arrested)

9000 block Sunset Blvd

06/12/2022 @ 1715. A man pulled a knife and stepped towards a security guard during an argument that took place on the sidewalk. The suspect was arrested by responding deputies. #03621

Grand Theft

600 block N Robertson Blvd

06/12/2022 @ 0000-0130. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s purse while inside the club. #03599

Other Burglary

7300 block Santa Monica Blvd

06/12/2022 @ 0400. A man gained access to the secure apartment complex lobby and opened resident mailboxes and removed mail. #03600



William Moulder, 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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Jonathan H. Dowling
Jonathan H. Dowling
6 days ago

I’m not a huge fan of the Sherrif’s Department’s handling of crime in West Hollywood, as I don’t think they are patrolling our streets adequately.

Given the number and types of crimes being committed in West Hollywood, we shouldn’t be talking about defunding the Sherrif’s Department, but instead should be talking about replacing the LA Sherrif’s Department with our own West Hollywood Police Department.

If we truly want to reform how police operate, then why not create a model for the nation as to what a modern police department should look like?

Last edited 6 days ago by Jonathan H. Dowling
hifi5000
hifi5000
7 days ago

After reading these weekly reports for awhile,it is becoming apparent it is time for clubgoers to leave their smartphones at home.The thieves apparently are targeting phones at the clubs and sidewalks after 11 PM.Of course,many of the victims probably were intoxicated,so they were not paying attention.With everybody close together,a slight bump would not be noticed. As a side note,the sheriff department uses the 24 hour time format for these weekly reports.A report at 0120 means it was taken at 1:20 AM.A report at 0945 would be 9:45 AM.A report at 1800 would be 6 PM and a report at 2200… Read more »

Smarter Policing
Smarter Policing
6 days ago
Reply to  hifi5000

Does the city want the time and attention delegated to monitoring incidents regarding cell phone theft and car break-ins caused by negligent bar hoppers and drivers? Let the carry extra insurance to counteract their elementary stupidity. Meanwhile if bar establishments care about their customers as more as the revenue, perhaps they could enhance their own in house security leaving the sheriff deputies to the aftermath on the streets.

More cops on the street, properly directed results in less crime.

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