Sheriff’s Weekly Crime Report (Aug. 29-Sept. 4)

August 29th

Aggravated Assault – Gun (Suspect Arrested)

8900 block Sunset Blvd

08/29/2022 @ 0034. A man shot the victim one time in the stomach during an argument that started after the suspect was asked to not smoke inside the club. The suspect fled the area on foot and was arrested by responding deputies. #05451

Residential Burglary (Suspect Arrested)

7600 block Norton Avenue

08/29/2022 @ 2109. A woman was inside her residence when the suspect knocked on her window and asked her for a cigarette. The homeowner does not know the suspect and told him to go away. The suspect became angry and broke 14 window panes on the victim’s French door and reached his hand inside to gain access. The victim ran from the residence and the suspect was arrested by responding deputies. #05470

Residential Burglary

1000 block Spaulding Avenue

08/29/2022 – 09/01/2022. An unknown suspect smashed the bedroom sliding door to gain entry and ransacked the interior. The suspect removed jewelry and paintings from the bedroom. #05536

August 30th

Vehicle Burglary

8200 block Sunset Blvd

08/30/2022 @ 2115-0100. An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger’s side window and removed a backpack containing a laptop computer, tablet computer, two pipes, and a book bag from the front seat. #05492

August 31st

Grand Theft (Suspect Arrested)

7500 block Santa Monica Blvd

08/31/2022 @ 1007. A man pulled a piece of artwork from the wall and attempted to leave the store without payment. An employee told the suspect to stop and he dropped the artwork on the floor and fled the area on foot. The suspect was arrested by responding deputies. #05501

Grand Theft

Santa Monica Blvd / Sierra Bonita Avenue

08/31/2022 @ 1930-2130. An unknown suspect cut the lock and removed a Trek mountain bike from the bike rack. #05516

Vehicle Burglary

1000 block Hayworth Avenue

08/31/2022 @ 1930-0740. An unknown suspect smashed the front driver’s side window and removed disabled persons placard from the rear view mirror. #05520

Vehicle Burglary

1200 block Hayworth Avenue

08/31/2022 @ 1600-0700. An unknown suspect smashed the front driver’s side window and removed disabled persons placard from the rear view mirror. #05521

September 1st

Grand Theft

8500 block Melrose Avenue

09/01/2022 @ 1740. A man and a woman worked in concert to distract an employee and remove the employees’ Hermes Crocodile Birkin bag from behind the front counter. The bag contained a Chanel wallet, Montblanc pen, and sunglasses. #05534

Armed Robbery (Estes) (Suspect Arrested)

7100 block Santa Monica Blvd

09/01/2022 @ 1518. A man removed food and orange juice and attempted to leave the store without payment. An employee told the suspect to return the items and he threatened to shoot her. The suspect was arrested by responding deputies. (Related to #05532). #05531

Armed Robbery (Estes) (Suspect Arrested)

7100 block Santa Monica Blvd

09/01/2022 @ 1506. A man removed a speaker, headphones, and a charger and attempted to leave the store without payment. While walking out of the store the suspect told an employee he would shoot him in the face if he tried to stop him. The suspect was allowed to leave and arrested a short time later by responding deputies. (Related #05531). #05532

Vehicle Burglary

9000 block Melrose Avenue

09/01/2022 @ 2300-0110. An unknown suspect smashed the rear windshield and the rear passenger’s side window and removed a luggage bag containing clothing and shoes and a duffel bag containing four pairs of shoes and a purse from the trunk. The suspect also removed a bag containing toiletries and a backpack containing a tablet computer, charging cable, and apple pencil from the back seat. #05542

September 2nd

Grand Theft

1100 block Poinsettia Place

09/02/2022 @ 0515-0730. A man removed an unsecured Cannondale Synapse bicycle from the patio. #05554

Residential Burglary (Suspect Arrested)

9000 block Dorrington Avenue

09/02/2022 @ 0450. A woman removed a window screen to gain entry and was found inside the residence by the homeowner. The suspect appeared intoxicated and was told to leave but she refused and threw a coffee mug onto the ground and broke a flower vase. The suspect was arrested by responding deputies. #05544

September 3rd

Aggravated Assault – Hands, Fist, Feet

8900 block Sunset Blvd

09/03/2022 @ 0223. Two men punched and kicked the victim several times on his face and body during a fight that started on the sidewalk in front of the club. #05562

Residential Burglary

700 block Westbourne Drive

09/03/2022 @ 1200-1900. An unknown suspect removed a side window screen to gain access and ransacked the interior. The suspect removed a laptop computer, check book, car key, and jewelry. #05573

Vehicle Burglary

900 block West Knoll Drive

09/03/2022 @ 1730-1800. An unknown suspect smashed the rear driver’s side window and attempted to remove items from the trunk but were unsuccessful. #05572

Vehicle Burglary

Santa Monica Blvd / Hayworth Avenue

09/03/2022 @ 0015-0115. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a backpack containing a laptop computer, two dog leashes, dog treats, and dog food from the rear floorboard. #05590

September 4th

Aggravated Assault – Gun

700 block Doheny Drive

09/04/2022 @ 0520. A man was shot twice on his upper body during a dispute. The victim refused to provide information about what happened. #05586

Grand Theft

600 block N Robertson Blvd

09/04/2022 @ 0100-0115. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s front pocket while inside the club. #05581

Grand Theft

600 block N Robertson Blvd

09/04/2022 @ 0040-0048. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s back pocket while inside the club. #05582

Grand Theft

600 block N Robertson Blvd

09/04/2022 @ 0030-0045. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s front pocket while inside the club. #05583

Grand Theft

8900 block Santa Monica Blvd

09/04/2022 @ 0000-0130. An unknown suspect removed a cell phone from the victim’s purse while inside the club. #05584

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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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.

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West Hollywood, CA 90069

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Bessie
Bessie
13 days ago

Has this guy been arrested? 09/03/2022 @ 1200-1900. An unknown suspect removed a side window screen to gain access and ransacked the interior. The suspect removed a laptop computer, check book, car key, and jewelry. #05573

:dpb
:dpb
14 days ago

Sadly, this is a typical week in West Hollywood. Residents are not even safe at home clearly visible behind closed windows. This the ‘no crime’ cited by the city council. My sister and her partner (a forty year resident) are making plans to move out of here, we’re talkin’ die-hard residents. The ridiculousness of the city council’s complete lack of civic responsibility is no longer humorous, it’s dangerous and negligent. We must dismantle his council and not vote in more of the same: NO to Byers, Oliver and Wright.

Eric
Eric
15 days ago

Crime will always be an issue, but having a council that ignores it and defunds law enforcement, doesn’t need to be an issue. Get out and vote accordingly. It’s up to the community now to get this fixed by getting competent sane thinking people who look out for their constituents on council. NO to Byers, Oliver and Wright.

Maximum Brazenness
Maximum Brazenness
15 days ago

The 8/29 incident on the 7600 Norton block is particularly alarming with visible homeowner/victim inside and the initial conversation. Be especially alert with delivery personnel as it is possible they factor into these incidents.

carleton cronin
15 days ago

KEEP YOUR PEPPER SPRAY HANDY…

Ham
Ham
15 days ago

lovely city

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