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ROBBERY: 1 (attempt/commercial)
11600 San Vicente Blvd (Gas Station)
On 2/27/14, at 1:35 am, suspect armed with a handgun and wearing a ski-mask approached the gas station attendant and pointed a handgun at him through the glass and demanded that he open the door. The attendant did not comply and went to the rear of the gas station. The suspect fled on foot. Suspect described as a male, white, 6’1”, 165 lbs, blue ski mask, no further description.
Weapon: Blue Steel Handgun
ADW (Assault with a Deadly Weapon): 0
500 Moreno Ave (Construction Site)
Between 2/19/14 at 1:10 pm and 2/20/14 at 6:40 am
Unknown suspect(s) pried open the side garage door, torched open the tool shed and took the victim’s IMAC desktop computer and his construction tools. Unknown suspect(s) fled the location.
3000 Elvideo (Construction site)
Between 2/23/14 at 1:00 pm and 02/24/14 at 7:30 am, Unknown suspect(s) entered residence via unlocked garage door and removed two televisions
On 02/24/14 at 8:30 pm, below suspect entered residence and fled when confronted by occupant. No property loss. Suspect described as male, white, 5’5”, 110 lbs, 40/45 years old, gray/brown ski cap, gray/brown shirt, soiled.
300 S Anita
On 02/27/14, between 8:00 am and 8:45 pm, unknown suspect(s) pried resident’s rear double door and removed cash and jewelry.
11900 San Vicente (commercial/café)
On 02/27/14 between 6:00 pm and 11:30 pm, unknown suspect(s) forced business front door and removed $50 cash drawer.
11900 San Vicente
On 03/03/14 at 3:30 am, unknown suspect(s) used electric saw to cut front door lock. They removed portable safe and CCTV DVR. Suspect described as male, white, blond hair, 6’01”, 185 lbs, dark sweatshirt.
GRAND THEFT AUTO: 1
On 2/25/14, between 11:00 pm and 8:00 am, while parked on the street, a 1989 Porsche 911 was stolen.
BFMV (Burglary and/or Theft from Motor Vehicle): 1
11900 Wilshire Blvd
On 3/05/14 between 11:30 pm and 1:50 pm, while parked in a parking structure, license plate stolen off a Mercedes Benz.
GRAND THEFT & PETTY THEFT: 6
11600 Montana Ave (residence)
Between 2/23/14 and 2/26/14, unknown suspect(s) removed that victim’s property from an apartment garage. Bike valued at $800.00
100 S. Granville Ave (residence)
Between 11/30/13 and 1/24/14 at 4:00 pm, victim reported that she discovered property missing from her bedroom-closet/drawer. Victim stated no one had permission to take items and had no suspect information. Jewelry/Ivory figurines valued at $82,500.00
800 S. Gretna Green Way (residence)
Between 12/20/13 and 2/21/14, unknown suspect(s) (possibly contractor) removed the victim’s property from her residence. Victim reported no evidence of forced entry. Clothing stolen valued at $11,310.00
1200 Getty Center Dr. (commercial)
On 3/02/14, unknown suspect took the victim’s phone from her purse and fled in an unknown direction. Phone valued at $839.00
1100 Amherst Ave (residence)
On 3/04/14, unknown suspect(s) entered apartment building garage area and stole victims bicycle. Bike valued at $990.00
600 S. Barrington Ave
On 3/04/14, Victim stated that he left his money on the bathroom sink. Twenty minutes passed and the victim returned to get his money and found it missing. Family members deny taking suspect’s money. U.S. Currency $1,800.00 Continue reading
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be in the Southland through Thursday, and authorities warned the public of traffic tie-ups on Los Angeles’ Westside.
“We will be having what we call rolling closures, which means that some of those streets and routes will be closed temporarily for shorts periods of time. And as soon as motorcade passes those areas we will open up those streets and thoroughfares as quickly as possible,” LAPD Lieutenant Andy Neiman said.
Among the areas that will be impacted by those rolling closures is the 405 Freeway between Wilshire Boulevard and the 105 Freeway. There will be a temporary closure at some point between 3:30p.m. and 4:30p.m. Santa Monica Boulevard will also be affected about the same time between the 405 and Melrose Avenue.
3/14- 4/28 (6 Weeks): Sepulveda Bl Full-Depth Roadway Reconstruction, Montana Av to Church Ln
There will be full-depth roadway reconstruction on Sepulveda Bl, from Montana Ave to Church Ln/Ovada Pl, from Friday, March 14th at 10pm, to Monday, April 28th at 6am. Full-depth reconstruction of Sepulveda Bl will consist of demolishing existing asphalt concrete, excavating, grading, compacting, and paving of new roadway.
· Sepulveda Bl Closures from Montana Av to Church Ln:
- Full weekend closures: from 10pm on Friday to 6am on Monday, March 14 to April 28.
- Reduced to One Lane in Each Direction: from 6am to 10pm, Monday to Friday, March 14 to April 28.
- Full nighttime closure: 10pm to 6am on weekday nights, March 17 to April 28.
- Night & Weekend Closure Detours:
- Southbound Sepulveda, right to westbound (WB)/southbound (SB) Church Ln, left to eastbound (EB) Montana, right to SB Sepulveda.
- Northbound Sepulveda, left to WB Montana Av, right to northbound (NB)/EB Church Ln, left to NB Sepulveda.
I -405 Sepulveda Pass Improvements Project
Project Hotline 213-922-3665
BPPOA invites you to the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Brentwood Park Property Owners’ Association that will be held on February 25, 2014, at the Brentwood Country Club, located at 590 Burlingame Avenue. We will start with a social hour at 6:30 p.m., with a chance to visit with neighbors, both old and new. Daniel Tamm, Westside representative for Mayor Eric Garcetti will be available to visit with us during the social hour. The business meeting will commence at 7:30 pm.
Items of business to be addressed include the election of directors for the year and voting on an amendment to the bylaws of the Association allowing the Board, from time to time, to set the dues. In addition, we will be hearing from Mike Bonin, Council District 11, our new Councilman; a representative from the office of Richard Bloom 50th District, our new Assemblyman; Senior Lead Officer Maria Gray, and our own Board members in charge of security who can answer your questions about our 24-hour security patrol.
To make certain that you are on the ACS list for response and that your emergency contact information is correct, we strongly advise you to phone ACS – 310-475-9016.
We urge you to attend the meeting if possible, but if you are not able to do so, you may submit a proxy so that your vote can be counted. These materials are located below for download and printing.
Please find two documents for your review. You may download and print them. The first is the Notice of the Annual Meeting, and the second is the Meeting Proxy for those not attending.
With best wishes for a happy holiday season and a wonderful New Year,
Dan Khani and Mary Ann Lewis, Co-Presidents
Curbed LA (LA.Curbed.Com) has a new article on various community solutions to improving the LA River environment. The article is worth a read as an illustration about we can enhance the living environment in which we live through innovative solutions.
All of LA is dreaming of LA River improvements, and now the Northeast LA Placemaking Competition has gathered tons of exciting possibilities—the competition was until recently accepting proposals for feasible projects that “enhance the neighborhood identity, river revitalization, community health, and public spaces” in and around Northeast LA’s riverfront, with the goal not of actually seeing any particular project built, but rather of giving NELA stakeholders the chance to “to transform an idea into a well thought out, implementable plan.” There will be six winners: one for a project that extends along 10 miles of the river, and one for each of the five neighborhoods in Northeast LA that meet the river. Winners (who will get $2,000) won’t be announced until February 28, but we’ve picked a few favorites.Submissions for the qualifying ‘hoods of Atwater Village, Cypress Park, Elysian Valley, Glassell Park, and Lincoln Heights had some common themes, like bike paths, pedestrian-friendly development, and public art, but all with some pretty unique approaches.
Read the entire article here
Robbery/Knife 2/8/14, 0420 Bundy Dr./Santa Monica RD 851?The victim was at the bus stop when he was approached by the suspects, 2 male Hispanics. The suspects produced a knife and a club demanding the victim’s property. Afraid that the suspects would harm him, he complied with their demands. The suspects fled the location on foot.
Suspects: 2 x Male, Hispanics, Black hair, brown eyes, 5’9″ tall, 165 lbs, 20 yrs old, one armed with knife and club.
Remember to ALWAYS lock your car and NEVER leave valuables in view.
Burglary/Theft from motor vehicle
(Never leave anything inside your vehicle)
02-01-14 0100/1000 0852 1700 Stoner – Iphone, Charger
01-30-14 1730/1300 0852 1700 Westgate – Sub Garage $10, glasses, GPS
01-30-14 0830/0830 0852 1600 Granville – Sub Garage $150.00 (V)
02-06-14 1600/1630 0881 11800 W. Olympic Bl – Unk Pry tool $60.00 CDL
02-10-14 2200/0900 0842 1200 Barrington Driveway – Laptop
02-11-14 1930/0745 0851 11900 Idaho – Sub Garage Coins, envelope
Assault With A Deadly Weapon
None reported Continue reading