WeHo Weekly Crime Report – WEHOville

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A roundup of major Part 1 crimes in West Hollywood reported Dec. 13-20 by the LA Sheriff’s Department.

December 13e

Aggravated assaults – hands, fists, feet
8800 block Santa Monica Blvd
12/13/2021 @ 0145. A man hit the victim once in the face during an argument that took place inside the company. The victim sustained a cut to his face which required stitches. # 05533

Vehicle burglary
500 block Norwich Drive
12/13/2021 @ 1907-2110. An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger side window and removed a backpack containing a laptop from the front floor. # 05544

December 14the

Great flight
7900 Santa Monica Blvd block
12/14/2021 @ 2115. An unknown suspect removed a purse from a table after leaving it momentarily unattended inside the club. # 05565

Vehicle burglary
8700 Sunset Blvd Block
12/14/2021 @ 1055-1105. An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger side window and removed a backpack containing a laptop, iPad, PlayStation, glasses and cologne from the back seat. # 05553

Vehicle burglary
400 block N Robertson Blvd
12/14/2021 @ 1845-2130. An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger side window and removed from inside a book bag containing a laptop and passport. # 05560

December 15e

Armed robbery
8200 Sunset Blvd block
12/15/2021 @ 2345. A man and a woman were standing on the sidewalk when two men approached them while they were armed with a handgun and demanded their possessions and they complied. # 05576

December 16e

Vehicle burglary
8700 Melrose Avenue
12/16/2021 @ 1330-2105. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger side window and removed the laptop, hard drive and USB drives from the trunk. # 05570

December 17the

Great flight
600 block N boulevard San Vicente
12/17/2021 @ 1840. A man pulled a cell phone off the floor after leaving it momentarily unattended while the victim played basketball. # 05603

Great flight
8800 Cynthia Street
12/17/2021 @ 2310. An unknown suspect removed a flashlight, record, iPod, keys and remote control from inside the unlocked vehicle. # 05623

Great flight
600 block N Robertson Blvd
12/17/2021 @ 2330-2345. An unknown suspect took out a cell phone and wallet from the victim’s purse inside the club. # 05638

Vehicle burglary
9000 block Beverly Blvd
12/17/2021 @ 1720. Two men pulled out a briefcase containing a laptop from the trunk and glasses from the glove box. No sign of a break-in. # 0560

December 18e

Great flight
1000 block avenue Curson
12/18/2021 @ 2100. Woman removed three cell phones and a wallet from her ex-boyfriend’s residence after being left inside to collect her belongings. # 05629

Other burglary
8800 block Santa Monica Blvd
12/18/2021 @ 1924. A man used an unlocked back door to access and entered an unsecured office and took money out of an office drawer. # 05622

Residential burglary (suspect arrested)
900 Palm Avenue block
12/18/2021 @ 0730. A man climbed over a dog door to access it and removed the clothes and keys from the vehicle. The suspect used the keys to steal a vehicle parked in the underground parking lot. The suspect was arrested by the deputies who responded. # 05612

December 19e

Nothing important to report.

This report lists Part 1 crimes for the date range shown and is not meant to be a complete list of all Part 1 crimes. Refer to www.crimemapping.com for a more complete list of incidents in West Hollywood.

Edward Ramirez, captain
West Hollywood Sheriff Station

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
780 N Boulevard San Vicente
West Hollywood, California 90069
(310) 855-8850

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