From the Desk of Senior Lead Officer Art Gallegos - Basic Car 7A1 - Published December 2, 2013
The following crime trends are from 11/24/13-11/30/13 which included a total of 7 reported crimes.
Between 11/25/13 at approx 4:30 p.m. and 11/26/13 at approx 8:00 a.m. on the 400 Block of N. Flores St. Suspect broke locks on front window by unknown means. Suspect removed plumbing fixtures and fled in unknown direction.
Burglary From Motor Vehicle:
On /11/29/13 at approx 11:00 p.m. to 11/30/12 at approx 10:00 a.m. on the 400 Block of N. Vista St. Suspect entered unlocked vehicle and removed money and credit cards. No Suspect description.
Grand Theft Auto:
There were two vehicles stolen during this time period.
-800 n Genesee (2010 Honda)
-Rosewood and Gardner (2002 Jaguar)
* The last three remaining crimes were reported thefts in the area. I will begin vacation on 11/27/13 and return 12/29/13 . Please feel free to contact Officer Geoff Taff for any concerns or issues in our area at (213) 590-5410 or email him at email@example.com I want to thank you for the support you have provided me during 2013! I hope that the relationship between the community and the police department only becomes stronger for 2014! Have a Great Holiday Season!
Senior lead Officer
Basic Car 7A1
Senior Lead Officer Art Gallegos is your community police officer from L.A.P.D.'s Wilshire Division. . Contact him for non-emergency issues that relate to crime and safety in our community.
The "SLO (Senior Lead Officer)" position is defined as basic car A71 and has patrol boundaries that include La Brea Avenue on the east, La Cienega Blvd. on the west, Beverly Blvd. on the south and the West Hollywod city line on the north.
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