ASSAULT OR ADW (Assault with a Deadly Weapon): 0
2400 Banyan Dr (construction site)
Between 08/01/15 at 1700 and 08/02/15 at 0700, unknown suspect(s) entered the construction site, broke off the lock to the storage container and removed tools, a $7,500 loss.
11700 Barrington Ct (commercial)
On 09/02/15, at 0253, suspects entered the business by smashing the glass on the front door and removed glasses, an $8,000.00 loss. Suspects described as four Males, no further information.
200 26th St, (construction site)
On 09/04/15 at 0402, suspects entered the construction site and breeched a tool box by drilling, then removed several tools.
GRAND THEFT AUTO: 1
On 09/18/15, between 0400 and 0700 the next day, while parked in a driveway, a 2009 Kymco Motorcycle was stolen.
BFMV (Burglary and/or Theft from Motor Vehicle): 8
On 08/31/15, between 1500 and 0545 the next day, while parked in a driveway, a side view mirror off a Porsche was stolen.
1100 S Hudson Ave
On 09/01/15, between 1530 and 1620, while parked on the street, the window was smashed and a laptop computer and cell phone were stolen.
Canyon View/Sunset Blvd
On 09/04/15, at 0010, while parked on the street, door was forced and a passport and driver’s license were stolen.
On 09/08/15, between 2230 and 0830 the next day, while parked on the street, clothing and cash were stolen.
900 S. Westgate
On 09/13/15, between 0400 and 1900, while parked on the street, a license plate to VW Golf was stolen.
On 09/16/15 between 2300 and 0745 the next day, while parked on the street, a laptop computer was stolen.
On 09/17/15, between 0030 and 0850 the next day, while parked on the street, a catalytic converter was stolen off of a Honda
On 09/19/15, between 0200 and 0800 the next day, while parked in a carport, the window was smashed and a wallet and ID were stolen.
GRAND THEFT & PETTY THEFT: 0
11800 Wilshire (office)
On 09/01/15, at 1320, unknown suspect took victim’s unattended purse from her office. Purse valued at $500.00
1100 Amherst (parking garage)
On 09/04/15, between 1300 and 1900, unknown suspect entered common parking garage and cut cable and took victim’s bikes valued at $900.00
12400 Mountaingate (commercial)
On 09/06/15, between 2300 and 0000, unknown suspect removed the victim’s camera from a table. Camera valued at $2,000.00
300 S. Anita Ave (residential front yard)
On 9/9/15, between 1400 and 1405, the victim left his property unattended on his front porch. When the victim returned to retrieve his property it was gone. Laptop valued at $1,200.00
11900 San Vicente (commercial office)
Between 09/15/15 at 1830 and 09/17/15 at 0930, Unknown suspect removed cash, $100.00, from victim’s desk drawer.
11900 San Vicente (commercial)
On 09/19/15 at 1500, the suspect removed cash from a tip jar. He was arrested and booked for misdemeanor shoplifting. CASH , $7.50
On 8/12/15, at 0530, the transient victim was asleep when he was awakened by the transient suspect. The suspect accused the victim of taking his property. The victim attempted to collect his property and leave. The suspect put a rock in his sock and used it bludgeon the victim and take his money and sleeping bag. The victim followed the suspect and waved down officers. Suspect was arrested for robbery.
ASSAULT OR ADW (Assault with a Deadly Weapon): 1
11600 San Vicente Bl
On 8/26/15, at 0420, the victim was seated outside a Starbuck’s when the transient suspect approached. When the victim walked away, the suspect followed him and punched him. The victim fell to the ground unconscious. The suspect was arrested.
800 Majorca Pl
On 8/14/15, between 1340 and 1630, unknown suspect(s) entered the victim’s garage through the possibly unlocked rear door and removed two bicycles and fled.
1100 S Barrington Av (fumigation incident)
Between 8/14/15 at 1630 and 8/15/15 at 0600, unk suspect(s) cut the tent of an apartment building being fumigated and forced their way into three apartments.
1000 Amalfi Dr.
On 08/22/15 between 0205 and 0445, unknown suspect(s) entered the garage and removed a bicycle and wheels totaling an $11,000. loss
900 Honeywood Rd
On 08/24/15, between 1440 and 1550 hours, unknown suspect(s) entered the residence by smashing the glass on the rear door and removed unknown property.
500 N. Kenter Dr
On 08/28/15, between 1300 and 1430, unknown suspect(s) entered the residence by prying off the screen to an open rear window and removed jewelry and cash– a $106,000 loss.
900 S. Bundy Dr
Between 08/28/15 at 1200 and 08/30/15 at 0930, unknown suspect(s) entered the residence by smashing the side window and removed unknown property.
115 S. Barrington Pl (commercial)
On 08/31/15, at 0140, unknown suspects entered the business by smashing the front window and removed jewelry and clothing valued at $25,000. Suspects described as 3 male Hispanics in their 20’s.
From Brentwood Community Council President, Larry Watts:
As many of you know, I’ve been very active over the past several years helping People for Parks open Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) school yards in economically deprived and park poor neighborhoods of the city. We want kids to have a safe place to play during after school hours and on weekends. There are two basic parts to getting schools open. First, reaching out to the LAUSD and convincing them that a particular school is ready to open as a Community School Park. This might seem to be a no-brainer, but as we know from our experience at Brentwood Green, often some administrators, while paying lip service to the concept, seem to think of reasons not to do this. Fortunately, as more and more school principals experience the benefits of a Community School Park, we have been able to convince district officials to go along. The attached video is of Rosa Trujillo, principal of Barendo Middle School. She is really behind the CSP concept and makes our job easier. But we still must spend a great deal of time selling many administrators on the benefits of CSP’s not only to the kids and families who use them, but to LAUSD itself from the goodwill they generate.
Once we succeed in convincing the district that a school should be opened, it’s up to us to raise the money to actually open a Community School Park. This is the part where you can help us. We are a very small organization trying to accomplish a lot. But the good news is that even relatively small amounts money can accomplish incredible results. Our current goal of raising $24,000 over the next thirty days will enable us to open two more Community School Parks before the end of 2015, in the Pico-Union neighborhood of Los Angeles: Berendo Middle School and Leo Politi Elementary School. These are schools located in high-density neighborhoods, whose families and communities are eager to access their school playgrounds and gardens on Saturdays, as this is the only opportunity their children have for safe outdoor play.
We’ve just started our late summer/fall fund drive. We’ve partnered with the National Recreation and Park Association and are hopeful this will broaden our outreach. Even small donations mean a lot as more people participate.. Thanks, Larry
Please click this link to learn more and http://www.fundyourpark.org/campaign/detail/4217
Donations can be mailed to People for Parks, Attention Anna Gruben, 7119 W. Sunset Blvd., #512, Los Angeles, CA 90046 or people can go the Fund Your Park Campaign website http://www.fundyourpark.org/campaign/detail/4217 and then click the Fund Your Park link on the right side of the page.
ASSAULT OR ADW (Assault with a Deadly Weapon): 2
12300 Wilshire Blvd
On 7/16/15, at 1530, the victim and the suspect (who are co-workers and know one another) argued and then fought. The suspect placed the victim in a choke hold and the victim could not breathe and was losing consciousness. The other workers broke up the fight.
On 8/4/15, at 1245, the victim and witness, who are DOT workers, were working on a street maintenance project. The suspect approached the victim and honked her horn and demanded that the victim move out of the way. The victim advised the suspect that he just needed a moment to complete his job. The suspect stated that she had to get to work and struck the victim with her vehicle in his knees causing him to lose his balance. The witness and victim called out to her to stop and wait for the police. The suspect looked back at the victim and witness and drove away.
Suspect: Female, White
500 Moreno Ave
On 07/15/15 at 1600, unknown suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence by smashing the rear glass door and ransacked location. Unknown if there’s property loss.
500 26th St
On 07/16/15, between 1120 and 1630, unknown suspect(s) entered the victim’s open front door, removed property, and fled from location. Victim was distracted by another suspect (Male White, white pick-up truck) who advised her he was doing construction to the rear of her home.
1000 Ravoli Dr
On 07/17/15 between 1845-1600, unknown suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence through the unlocked rear door, removed property from her purse (cash, jewelry, credit cards), and fled.
700 N Kenter Ave (construction site)
Between 07/20/15 at 1700, and 07/21/15 at 0545, unknown suspect(s) entered the construction site through the front door after cutting the lock off a padlock. They removed tools and fled from the location.
1000 N Kenter Ave
Between 7/20/15 at 1200 and 7/23/15 at 1600, unknown suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence through unlocked front door, removed property and fled through the front door.
1100 Amherst Ave #
On 07/28/15, between 1500 and 1800, unknown suspect(s) entered the apartment by prying open the front door and removed a purse and jewelry valued at $3,260.00
16400 Park Ln Cir,
On 07/31/15 between 1800-2300, unknown suspects entered the victim’s residence by smashing the rear glass door, removed property (cash), and fled.
11900 Currituck Dr (construction site)
[Excerpt from LA Times]
California’s two U.S. senators will propose legislation Thursday that would move some of the thousands of veterans living in makeshift encampments across the region into housing at the Department of Veterans Affairs’ campus in West Los Angeles.
The move comes as Southern California is seeing an increase in the homeless population in downtown Los Angeles and other parts of the region. A count released earlier this year by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority found a 12% jumpin the overall homeless ranks and a 6% rise among homeless veterans.
In a letter to the House and Senate Veterans Affairs committees, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) and Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Torrance) said the legislation would grant the VA the authority to enter into leases with local governments and nonprofit groups to provide veterans with shelter supplemented by medical and other services.
Here’s the headline:
Dead Man Found With 1,200 Guns Claimed To Have Been Secret Alien Agent
[Excerpt from LAist.com]
The decomposing body of Jeffery Lash was found along with a stash of over 1,200 guns in his Pacific Palisades home on July 17. And now it’s been discovered that Lash’s fiancée, Catherine Nebron, and Nebron’s employee Dawn VadBunker, reportedly believed Lash to be an alien savior working an unnamed government agencies, according to KTLA. Vadbunker was also reported missing until last week when she was located in Oregon.
Nebron and VadBunker reportedly left Lash’s body in the SUV after he collapsed in the parking lot of a Bristol Farms in Santa Monica on July 4. Nebron didn’t report the death to authorities because she believed that the secret agencies he worked for would come to collect him. She then left for Oregon with VadBunker. VadBunker’s mother tells KTLA that her daughter, who has still not returned from Oregon, was convinced that Lash was not entirely human: “He [said he] was part alien and part human and was out to save the world.”
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