Crime Blotter and Weekly Update - LAPD SLO James Lavenson

I hope everyone had a good fourth, we had numerous calls of fireworks and possible gunshots.  Good news no gun shots, no fires, and injuries but we did have a lot of upset dogs.  This is going to be a busy few weeks, our carnival will be next week and August 1st is National Night Out at Stoner Recreation Center.  If anyone wants to assist with the Carnival or National Night Out, please let me know.  I have attached a program of movies in the park.  These are going to be a regular event at Stoner Park on Friday nights. 

I know my plate is full with the numerous issues in our neighborhoods.  Good news, our Part I crimes are down.  However our homeless component and the crimes of opportunity are steady.  Thank all of you for the tips and information.  I hope to see y'all at the carnival, if you want presale tickets, please let me know.

BURGLARY

11900 Tennessee Ave.                        6-29-17 9:00 A.M & 6-29-17 5:20 P.M

Suspect smashed the victim’s rear window of the residence, suspect ransacked the property.  The suspect fled via the rear bedroom window without any property.

BURGLARY FROM MOTOR VEHICLE

Bundy Dr. & Missouri Ave.               7-1-17 5:00 P.M & 6:00 P.M

Suspect smashed the victim’s rear vehicle window and removed cash and other property from the vehicle.

2200 Sawtelle Bl.                                6-29-17 10:15 P.M & 9:00 P.M

Suspect(s) smashed the victim’s vehicle window and removed laptop computers.  Suspect fled the location in an unknow direction with victim’s property.

MAIL THEFT

1500 Armacost Ave.                           6-24-17 1:20 P.M & 6-27-17 3:00 P.M         

Unknown suspect removed package from the front door of the apartment complex mail depot.  No suspect seen, no video or other evidence present.

BICYCLE THEFT

2400 Corinth Ave.                              6-28-17 10:00 A.M

Suspect entered the shared parking garage and removed the victim’s bicycle.  The suspect fled the location with the victim’s bicycle.

Sepulveda Bl. & Exposition Bl.          6-29-17 6:00 P.M & 6-30-17 9:00 A.M

Victim parked and locked her bicycle at the MTA station bike rack, when she returned her bicycle was missing.  Unknown suspect cut the bike lock and removed the bike.

BATTERY

Centinela Ave. & Pico Bl.                   7-1-17 9:00 A.M

Suspect and Victime are both homeless, the suspect kicked the victim several times for an unknown reason.

ARRESTS

We have made numerous arrests this past week in the area of Sawtelle & Pico, 11300 Olympic, Exposition & Stoner.  These arrests involved drugs and posessions of narcotics.