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Vehicle Burglaries Top Part 1 Crimes in the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Weekly Report

Vehicle Burglaries Top Part 1 Crimes in the West Hollywood Sheriff's Weekly Report

Vehicle burglaries top the list in the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station Weekly Part 1 Crime Report from October 3-9, 2022. There were six reported vehicle break-ins for the week. Of the 11 reported crimes, only one was arrested for aggravated gun theft.

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October 3

Major Theft
1200 block N Flores Street
10/03/2022 @ 1730-0800. An unknown suspect entered an unsecured carport and took a bicycle secured with a chain lock. #06257

Vehicle break-in
600 block N Robertson Blvd
10/03/2022 @ 2000-2230. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and retrieved a backpack containing a tablet computer, clothing, cosmetics and AirPods from the rear storage area. #06216

4 October

Vehicle break-in
800 block N San Vicente Blvd
10/04/2022 @ 0245. An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger’s side window and retrieved a backpack containing $700 cash, checks, toiletries and house keys from the trunk. #06219

5th of October

Nothing noteworthy to report.

October 6

Aggravated Attack – Hands, Fist, Feet
Santa Monica Blvd / San Vicente Blvd
10/06/2022 @ 0045. The victim was walking on the crosswalk when the suspect approached and punched him in the face once for no reason. The suspect then wrapped his arms around the victim, picked him up and slammed him onto the sidewalk. The victim suffered a head injury and was taken to hospital. #06243

Vehicle break-in
500 block La Cienega Blvd
10/06/2022 @ 2030-2230. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and retrieved a backpack containing dental equipment from the trunk. #06263

Vehicle break-in
500 block N La Cienega Blvd
10/06/2022 @ 2045-2158. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and retrieved a leather bag containing a laptop from the back seat. The suspect also pryed open the glove box and took out $5,000 in cash and house keys. #06264

October 7

Strong arms robbery
Larrabee Street / Santa Monica Blvd
10/07/2022 @ 0010. Two women were walking SB on Larrabee Street when two men approached them and pulled a handbag off one victim’s shoulder and demanded the second victim’s wallet and she obeyed. #06267

Vehicle break-in
8500 block Melrose Avenue
10/07/2022 @ 2200-2205. An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger’s side window and removed a Dior handbag containing $1,400 cash, makeup, perfume and three sunglasses from the front floorboard. #06261

October 8

Strong arms robbery (suspect arrested)
8900 block Sunset Blvd
10/08/2022 @ 2135. After getting out of her parked vehicle, the victim was confronted by her ex-boyfriend and an argument ensued. The suspect used a hammer to smash the victim’s car windows, pulled three gold chains from the victim’s neck and drove off. The suspect returned a short time later and pulled the victim’s phone from her hand when he realized she was calling 911. The suspect was located and arrested by responding officers. #06299

Vehicle break-in
8900 block Melrose Avenue
10/08/2022 @ 1616. An unknown suspect smashed the front and rear passenger side windows and retrieved a backpack from the interior. The backpack was recovered that evening after being found on the sidewalk by a man walking his dog. #06295

October 9

Aggravated Attack – Different Weapon
Palm Avenue / Santa Monica Boulevard
10/09/2022 @ 0134. A woman was hit on the lower leg by a vehicle driven by the suspect. The victim was not injured. The victim smashed into the suspect’s car windows at the time of the incident. #06304

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/

West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station oversees 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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