CRIME—Pacific Palisades May 21 to 25 – $52,000 in Jewelry Taken

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Pacific Palisades Senior Lead Officer sent the following message on June 1.

“I hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable Memorial Day weekend. As you can see in the pictures, we (LAPD) were out in force in the Palisades. It was relatively quiet except for a few incidents.”

Espin said that the accident pictured was because a vehicle was driving too fast down Temescal Canyon Road, lost control and hit a couple of parked vehicles. “Overall, the beach was quiet mainly due to the weather (cold and overcast),” Espin said.

This accident occurred on Temescal Canyon road over the Memorial Day Weekend.

 

ELDERLY WARNING:

Espin also wanted to warn residents of a crime being perpetrated on the City’s elderly.

 A woman was out walking in the Alphabet Streets around 2:15 p.m. on May 30, when a couple drove up to her and asked for directions.

The Palisades resident, 80, said on social media, “A woman jumped out and grabbed my right hand and tried to put a green stone in my hand. She spoke rapidly, saying in her Eastern European accent, it was her mother’s. I pulled back and said ‘no, thank-you’ and tried to pull away. She also had a necklace, that she tried to put on my neck. I was against a white wall. She then grabbed my left hand and tried pulling off my diamond wedding band.”

The woman managed to get into the street, as a jogger was approaching. The couple drove off.

Espin said, “I spoke to our Theft Detectives who advised me that this type of theft by trickery has occurred all over the City of LA.”

The SLO said that these suspects seek out community members and try to distract them by placing their hands all over their arms and wrists to remove jewelry.

The couple was described as male and female, in their 30s-40s, possibly middle Eastern or Eastern European, driving a black BMW SUV.

 

BURGLARY:

May 24 to 27, 4 p.m. to 1 p.m., in the 700 block of Almar Avenue. The suspect shattered the front glass door and entered the victim’s residence, took property, including check books, and fled.

May 26, 4 p.m., in the 16000 block of Anoka Drive. The suspect smashed front glass on victim’s residence, ransacked property, removed jewelry (valued at $52,000) and fled with property. There is possible CCTV and prints were requested.

BURGLARY THEFT FROM VEHICLE:

May 21, 1:15 to 2:10 p.m., in the 17000 block of Pacific Coast Highway. Suspects gained entry into victim’s locked vehicle, took property and fled.

May 23 to 24, 8:30 p.m. to 7:15 a.m., in the 900 block of Fiske Street. The suspect cut and removed catalytic convert from victim’s vehicle and fled.

GRAND THEFT AUTO:

May 24, 9:50 p.m., at Chautauqua and La Cumbre. A vehicle was taken from the street or driveway.

May 27 to 28, 6 p.m. to 9 a.m., in the 17000 block of Pacific Coast Highway. A vehicle was taken from the street or driveway.

THEFT:

May 27 to 28, 1:15 p.m. to 7 a.m., in the 17000 block of Tramonto Drive. The suspect removed victim’s packages from the front porch and fled location.

The LAPD Beach Detail continues to check local hillsides for illegal camping.

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One Response to CRIME—Pacific Palisades May 21 to 25 – $52,000 in Jewelry Taken

  1. howard Yonet says:

    that multiple car crash on Temescal is harbinger of what will occur if dog park is put on Temescal and most of the users will be making uturns across temescal to get there. Can’t believe you still think its a good place for a dog pak

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