Sheriff’s Weekly Crime Report (July 11-17)

July 11th

Vehicle Burglary
8600 block Sunset Blvd
07/11/2022 @ 1530-1545. A man smashed the front passenger’s side window and removed a bag containing a laptop computer, two hard drives, and ear phones from the front floorboard. #04369

Vehicle Burglary
500 block Westmount Drive
07/11/2022 @ 1700-2140. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a backpack containing a laptop computer, headphones, and glasses from the backseat. #04375

July 12th

Vehicle Burglary
8800 block Melrose Avenue
7/12/2022 @ 1930-2200. An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger’s side window and removed a briefcase containing a laptop computer, wallet, $200 cash, charger, and pens from the interior. #04479

July 13th

Strong Arm Robbery
800 block San Vicente Blvd
07/13/2022 @ 2230. A man bumped the victim on his shoulder and the victim fell to the ground and dropped his cell phone and wallet. The suspect picked up the phone and wallet and got onto a bicycle and drove away. #04417

Vehicle Burglary
1200 block Crescent Heights Blvd
07/13/2022 @ 0900-1010. An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger’s side window and the rear passenger’s side window and removed a Louis Vuitton purse containing miscellaneous paperwork and a laptop bag containing books from the back seat. #04402

Vehicle Burglary
600 block N Robertson Blvd
07/13/2022 @ 0930-1800. An unknown suspect smashed the rear windshield and removed a duffle bag containing clothing and a suitcase containing clothing and an IPad from the trunk. #04409

July 14th

Grand Theft
1000 block Ogden Drive
07/14/2022 @ 2100-0710. An unknown suspect removed the catalytic converter from a 2006 Honda Element that was parked on the street. #04438

Other Burglary
8500 block Melrose Avenue
07/14/2022 @ 0418. A man cut a lock box that was hanging on the front door and removed a key. The suspect used the key to gain access to the building and removed a laptop computer, clothing, and a cell phone. #04424

Vehicle Burglary
1000 block Harper Avenue
07/14/2022 @ 1900-0800. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a tool bag containing miscellaneous tools from the rear floorboard. #04440

July 15th

Grand Theft
600 block N Robertson Blvd
07/15/2022 @ 2300-0030. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from a tabletop inside the club. #04485

Residential Burglary
900 block Palm Avenue
07/15/2022 @ 0200-0400. An unknown suspect used an unlocked front door to gain entry and removed a laptop computer from the bedroom. #04458

Residential Burglary (Suspect Arrested)
1200 block La Brea Avenue
07/15/2022 @ 1825. A man used a key fob to gain entry to an apartment. A relative of the rightful resident came to the unit and found the suspect inside and notified WHD. The suspect was arrested by responding deputies. #04461

Strong Arm Robbery
Crescent Heights / Norton Avenue (Attempt)
07/15/2022 @ 0145. A man was walking NB on the east side of Crescent Heights Blvd when the suspect approached and demanded his property. The victim tried to pull away and was pushed to the ground. The suspect stomped on the victim’s head one time and then fled the area on foot. #04444

Vehicle Burglary
600 block Almont Drive
07/15/2022 @ 1450-1550. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a cell phone, three laptop computers, two pairs of headphones, three pairs of glasses, and 12 pairs of football cleats and miscellaneous equipment. #04452

July 16th

Grand Theft
8900 block Santa Monica Blvd
07/16/2022 @ 0000-0130. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s purse while inside the club. #04475

Grand Theft
1200 block Harper Avenue
07/16/2022 @ 1700-0820. An unknown suspect removed the catalytic converter from a 2008 Toyota Prius that was parked on the street. #04497

Strong Arm Robbery
1000 block N Spaulding Avenue
07/16/2022 @ 1435. The victim met an acquaintance in the alley of the location to discuss a disagreement they had concerning Russian politics. Both parties began to fight and while fighting, the victim’s Apple watch was pulled from his wrist. #04477

July 17th

Aggravated Assault – Other Weapon (Suspect Arrested)
1100 block Poinsettia Drive
07/17/2022 @ 1540. A man swung a wooden pole at the victim and made incoherent statements. The victim got into a vehicle for safety and the suspect hit the vehicle with the wooden pole. The suspect was arrested by responding deputies. #04505

Grand Theft
8900 block Santa Monica Blvd
07/17/2022 @ 1106. Two men bumped into an elderly woman and removed a wallet containing $800 cash from her purse. #04499

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

Website: http://www.WestHollywood.lasd.org/ 
Website: www.WeHoSheriff.com 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WestHollywoodSheriffsStation 
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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  Villanueva Sheriff Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department To receive more detailed, up-to-date information directly from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) via e-mail, register for “Nixle” alerts at www.Nixle.com or more directly at https://local.nixle.com/register/ and register for “LASD – Headquarters Newsroom (SHB), Los Angeles County Sheriff” and your local LASD station area. Or, text your zip code to 888777 to receive text alerts.

Vehicle Burglary

1000 block Harper Avenue

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

Website: http://www.WestHollywood.lasd.org/ Website: www.WeHoSheriff.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WestHollywoodSheriffsStation Twitter: https://twitter.com/WHDLASD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lasdwesthollywoodstation/ LASD Text & Email (Register at http://www.Nixle.com/

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  Villanueva Sheriff Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department To receive more detailed, up-to-date information directly from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) via e-mail, register for “Nixle” alerts at www.Nixle.com or more directly at https://local.nixle.com/register/ and register for “LASD – Headquarters Newsroom (SHB), Los Angeles County Sheriff” and your local LASD station area. Or, text your zip code to 888777 to receive text alerts.

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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Ham Shipey
Ham Shipey
4 months ago

Car jacking on Rosewood this morning. Where were the block ambassadors??????

08mellie
08mellie
4 months ago

Let’s add the CHANEL store smash and grab, this time with a car, today.

And the expansion of of subways, etc. will serve the City of West Hollywood to best advantage?

Woke is broke.

Avoidable Crimes
Avoidable Crimes
4 months ago

At least seven avoidable thefts by breaking into cars to steal visible laptops etc. Dumber than dumb as it perpetuates the word on the street that these crimes are easy and most likely for the criminal.

Go to West Hollywood , an easy mark.

Tom Smart
Tom Smart
4 months ago

I see this all of the time and a cop friend of mine says it’s a popular insurance scam to get a new laptop

WEHO Resident
WEHO Resident
4 months ago
Reply to  Tom Smart

Insurance doesn’t pay for the replacement cost of a laptop. It pays out the value at the time of the theft (which won’t cover the cost of a new computer). So, not a well thought out scam if it’s a scam at all. People just don’t think anything is going to happen to them.

Tom Smart
Tom Smart
4 months ago
Reply to  WEHO Resident

He said the scam goes something like this. You buy a laptop a month or 2 prior to fake break-in, get the receipt and photograph it, return the laptop to the store. Insurance pays for new laptop. Where there’s a will, there’s a way

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