Brentwood Weekly Crime Report:Dec. 8, 2012 through Dec. 16, 2012
By Senior Lead Officer Maria Gray, West Los Angeles Division | December 18, 2012
ADW (Assault with a Deadly Weapon):
11400 Thurston Cr
12/10/12 between 12:30 pm and 3:30 pm, suspect(s) pried the bathroom window screen and removed a wallet/contents.
500 Gretna Green
11/23/12 at 3:00 am victim’s house alarm activated. On 12/10/12 victim reported window screen bent and generated an attempted burglary report.
900 Hazeltine (construction site)
Between 12/10/12 at 5:00 pm and 12/11/12 at 7:00 am, suspect(s) entered structure (no front door) torched interior lock box and removed tools.
300 S Bundy
12/14/12 at 7:15 pm suspect(s) smashed the rear sliding door activating the alarm. No property removed.
GRAND THEFT AUTO: 1
12-12-12, between 5:40 pm and 9:45 pm, from driveway, 1999 Honda Civic
BFMV (Burglary from Motor Vehicle):
11900 San Vicente
12-08-12 between 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm, from garage, smashed window, removed cash and glasses
500 S. Barrington
12-13-12 between 6:00 pm and 8:45 am, from garage, smashed window, removed bag
11800 Wilshire Blvd
12-14-12 between 6:50 am and 8:35 am, from garage, removed computer
11700 Goshen Ave
12-15-12 between 2:30 and 10:30 am, from garage, removed vehicles wheels and tires
GRAND THEFT & PETTY THEFT:
11700 Barrington Ave.
12/06/12 eating establishment, computer stolen valued at $2,860.00
2200 Jeffersonia Way
12/09/12 residence, jewelry stolen valued at $12,950.00
100 S Barrington Pl
Clothing Store, Tote Bag stolen valued at $375.
Two suspects posing as customers shoplifted. (Female Black 30/35 yrs & Male Black 30/35 yrs)
12000 Wilshire Bl
12/14/12 business, Wallet stolen valued at $3,040.00
Note: Please be good neighbors this holiday season and watch out for one another since so many families are away from their homes this time of year. Burglars know that right now is an opportune time to commit burglaries and homes are often packed with gifts—sometimes even visible from the window-- a big NO NO! Also note that most burglaries occur during the day so don’t assume that broad daylight is a deterrent by any means.
Please let your trusted neighbors know what your out of town plans are and then offer to reciprocate. And always leave a light on along with a radio that you can hear from immediately outside your home. Make that a habit every time you walk out the door and the odds of you becoming a victim of a burglary go down tremendously. Its little measures like these that we must take as long as we live life in the big city.
Happy Holidays everyone and please stay vigilant to ensure you have a happy New Year as well!
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