Pacific Palisades Crime through January 21

LAPD Pacific Palisades Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore releases the crime statistics for this area from January 10 to 21.

BURGLARY:

January 17, 11:55 p.m., in the 600 block of Via Santa Ynez, The suspects (#1-2 males) entered victim’s garage and took tools and light fixtures.

January 19, 1:25 a.m., in the 400 block of Sycamore Road. The suspect pried open a door to enter victim’s home and took tools, glasses, and a laptop computer.

January 20, 3:50 a.m., in the 16600 Marquez Ave. The suspect (male, 5’9″ 280 lbs.) smashed a window on victim’s business to enter and took liquor.

BURGLARY/THEFT FROM VEHICLE:

January 10, noon to 1 p.m., in the 15600 block of Sunset Boulevard. The suspect smashed a window on victim’s vehicle and took a purse.

January 10 to 13, 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m., in the 16600 block of Marquez Ave. The suspect took the rear license plate from victim’s vehicle.

January 13, 3:42 a.m., in the 500 block of West Rustic. The suspect (male, 6′ 180 lbs., 30 years, with a beard) entered victim’s vehicle and took money.

January 14, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., in the 500 block of Los Liones. The suspect smashed a window on victim’s vehicle and took money.

January 15, noon to 12:45 p.m., in the 15600 block of Sunset. The suspect entered victim’s vehicle trunk and took money and air pods.

January 16, 9 to 10:30 a.m. in the 500 block of Los Liones. The suspect smashed a window on victim’s vehicle and took money and a Macbook Pro.

ROBBERY:

January 16, 5:30 p.m., in the 1000 block of Swarthmore. The two suspects (black male, 20s, black hair, 6’2″ 180 lbs., short dreads and black male, 20s, black hair, 5’10” 170 lbs,) entered victim’s business and grabbed purses from the cash register area. While fleeing the location, the first suspect pushed the business owner’s face.

THEFT:

January 15, 3 p.m. in the 15700 block of Bowdoin. The suspect took a laptop computer from victim’s unattended backpack.

TRESPASS:

January 20, 9:23 a.m., in the 700 block of Patterson Place. A 38-year-old male was arrested for entering and staying inside victim’s home without permission.

 

Moore said it is important to report all crimes. If a crime is not reported, it is not entered into the LAPD database–and crime numbers drive the allocation of officers. If people in Pacific Palisades don’t report crimes, this area is viewed as low crime, which means less police coverage.

To report a crime in progress, call 9-1-1. To report any non-emergency crime, call (877) 275-5273. A crime that has occurred may be reported in person at the West L.A. police station, 1663 Butler Ave. (Call: 310-444-0702) or some crimes may be reported online.

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1 Response to Pacific Palisades Crime through January 21

  1. Trish Sobul says:

    Hi Sue, I had an idea that may help us in our battle against these predators. Some people on Nextdoor liked it. Thought I should take it further. It involves creating an app for our phones that w/ push of button would post our address. Like an Amber Alert. One could add description, car, headed in X direction. Our residents would be educated about it, given number to call & when, and signs posted around Palisades that Community Watch in place and we’re ready. My thought is deterrence may be our best defense.
    This would be specific to the Palisades unlike the Crime app associated with 911. What do you think? ?

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