LAPD Crime Control Numbers for August 27- September 2, 2023 (SLO Chris Baker)

Posted on 09/07/2023

A note from
SENIOR LEAD OFFICER CHRISTOPHER BAKER
LAPD; West Los Angeles Community Police Station
8SLO95 -Century City, Beverlywood, South Robertson, Cheviot
Hills, Reynier Village, Castle Heights, and Helms Neighborhood
Desk: 310-444-0740
Email: [email protected]

Crime Control Numbers for August 27-September 2, 2023 in the Basic Car 8A95 area.
Aggravated Assault
None
Robbery
None
Burglary - Residential
September 2, 2023, at approximately 0320 hours, on the 9300 block of Cresta Dr. The suspect
smashed the rear glass door and entered the home. Once inside, the suspect took three (3) purses
and left the location.
Burglary – Commercial
None
Grand Theft Automobile
August 27, 2023, in the early morning hours, on the 2600 block of Garth Ave. A 2019 Hyundai
Sonata was stolen from the public street.
September 1, 2023, in the afternoon hours, on the 10200 block of Monte Mar Dr. A 2013 BMW
528 was stolen from the public street. The keys were left inside the vehicle.
September 2, 2023, at approximately 1420 hours, on the 9800 block of National Blvd. An E-Bike
was stolen from the location.
Burglary / Theft from Motor Vehicle
September 2, 2023, in the afternoon hours, on the 10200 block of Santa Monica Blvd. The
suspect entered and removed property from three separate vehicles.

Additional
Here's a quick nightly routine to combat home and vehicle break-ins:
1. Lock Up: Ensure all doors and windows in your home are securely locked, including any entry
points to your garage.
2. Exterior Lights: Turn on exterior lights or install motion-activated lights to deter potential
intruders.
3. Car Security: Lock your car doors and roll up the windows. Avoid leaving valuables in your
vehicle.
4. Garage: Secure your garage by locking it and double-checking that any garage door openers
are out of sight.
5. Key Management: Keep spare keys in a secure location inside your home, not easily
accessible from outside.
6. Curtains/Blinds: Close curtains or blinds to prevent anyone from looking inside your home.
7. Security System: If you have a security system, make sure it's armed.
8. Outdoor Surveillance: If you have security cameras, ensure they are operational and
monitoring key areas.
This quick routine helps establish a habit of basic security measures that can significantly reduce
the risk of home and vehicle break-ins.

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