Melrose Action Weekly Crime Report 9/7-9/14/2017


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Here are the areas reported crimes from September 7th – 14th, 2017.  Serious crimes are indicated in red. Crimes are listed in order of occurrence with most recent being first. If you have any information about these crimes, contact LAPD Wilshire Detectives at (213) 922-8205. On “off” hours call the non-emergency LAPD number at 1-877-275-5273. Want to remain anonymous? Contact L.A. Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or at their website at www.lacrimestoppers.org.  If a crime is occurring or you spot a potential suspect wanted in connection to a crime, always call 9-1-1 first.

It is critical if you have been a victim of a crime to please file a police report at our L.A.P.D. WIlshire Station located at 4861 Venice Blvd just west of La Brea Ave.  Click or Tap to map it here

Our area’s community cop is L.A.P.D. Senior Lead Officer Inga Wecker – you can reach her usually during the week at (213) 793-0708 or email her here.
Officer Wecker this week revealed that our neighborhood has been an intense focus of the LAPD Wilshire station with well over 200 additional hours of patrol and operations occurring in the area…
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Crime from 9/14/2017 – 9/07/2017

800 N. BLOCK ALTA VISTA DR • 9/15/2017 AROUND 3 AM
ROBBERY – REPORTEDLY COMMITTED BY FOUR YOUNG LOOKING HISPANIC/ASIAN MEN

700 N. BLOCK GARDNER ST – 9/14/2017 @ 10:40p
RESIDENTIAL –  ATTEMPTED BURGLARY 

8500 BLOCK BEVERLY BL • 9-13-2017 11:00 AM
COMMERCIAL BURGLARY (entry of structure w/intent to commit theft or a felony) 

EDINBURGH AV & BEVERLY BL • 9-12-2017 7:45 PM
BURGLARY FROM VEHICLE

MELROSE AV & STANLEY AV • 9-12-2017 5:25 PM
ROBBERY – ATTEMPTED 

700 BLOCK N POINSETTIA PL • 9-12-2017 4:45 PM
BURGLARY FROM VEHICLE

POINSETTIA & MELROSE AV • 9-12-2017 3:30 PM
BURGLARY FROM VEHICLE

8100 BLOCK BEVERLY BL • 9-12-2017 11:01 AM
THEFT – PETTY (plain theft-petty) ($950 & under)

8500 BLOCK BEVERLY BL • 9-11-2017 7:30 PM
SHOPLIFTING – PETTY THEFT ($950 & under)

400 BLOCK N FAIRFAX AV • 9-10-2017 5:30 PM
THEFT – PETTY (plain theft-petty) ($950 & under)

7600 BLOCK BEVERLY BL • 9-10-2017 5:30 PM
THEFT – PETTY (plain theft-petty) ($950 & under)

7500 BLOCK BEVERLY BL • 9-9-2017 9:45 PM
BURGLARY FROM VEHICLE

700 BLOCK N FAIRFAX AV • 9-9-2017 9:24 PM
HOMICIDE – CRIMINAL / MURDER • SUSPECT ARRESTED/CHARGED
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From LAPD SLO Inga Wecker “The homicide on Fairfax was solved within 24 hours.  The victim was a transient as well as the suspect.  The suspect cut the victim in the neck area causing his death on the night of Saturday, September 9th.  The suspect was arrested and booked into our jail on Sunday, September 10th.  The detective handling the case advised me today that the DA filed murder charges against the suspect.

SWEETZER BL & MELROSE BL • 9-9-2017 9:00 PM
BURGLARY FROM VEHICLE

7500 BLOCK MELROSE AV • 9-9-2017 8:00 PM
COMMERCIAL BURGLARY (entry of structure w/intent to commit theft or a felony) 

7600 BLOCK BEVERLY BL • 9-9-2017 8:00 PM
THEFT-GRAND (plain theft-grand) $950.01 & over

900 BLOCK N ALFRED ST • 9-9-2017 7:00 PM
BURGLARY FROM VEHICLE

800 BLOCK N ALFRED ST • 9-9-2017 7:00 PM
BURGLARY FROM VEHICLE

8300 BLOCK BEVERLY BL • 9-9-2017 6:30 PM
SHOPLIFTING – PETTY THEFT ($950 & under)

LA JOLLA & N MELROSE AV • 9-9-2017 5:30 PM
VEHICLE, STOLEN

700 BLOCK N KINGS RD • 9-9-2017 2:05 AM
ARMED ROBBERY – 2 Persons
From LAPD SLO INGA WECKER – The Robbery at Kings and Melrose was two victims walking together who were robbed at gunpoint.No injury to either victim.

BEVERLY & LA CIENEGA • 9-8-2017 2:00 PM
BURGLARY FROM VEHICLE

7400 BLOCK BEVERLY BL • 9-8-2017 2:45 AM
BURGLARY (entry of structure w/intent to commit theft or a felony)   

Our next Melrose Action Neighborhood Watch meeting is set for Wednesday. October 18th, 7 p.m. at the Blu Jam Cafe.  

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