Basic Car 8A95 Community Report for Jan 28th - Feb 4th, , 2024

Posted on 02/08/2024

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: 39796@lapd.online


Crime Control Numbers for January 14-20, 2024, in the Basic Car 8A95 area.
Aggravated Assault
None
Robbery
None
Burglary - Residential
January 31, 2024, on the 3300 block of Shelby Dr. The suspect(s) pried opened the rear door. Once 
inside the suspect(s) removed two flat screen TV’s.

February 1, 2024, on the 3000 block of Pico Blvd. The suspects smashed the rear glass door to gain 
entry. Once inside the suspects removed jewelry and clothes worth $17,000.
Burglary – Commercial
January 29, 2024, at approximately 0045 hours, on the 8800 block of Pico Blvd. The suspect pried 
open the front door. The suspect left the location without taken any property.

Grand Theft Automobile
None

Burglary / Theft from Motor Vehicle
January 29, 2024, at an unknown time, on the 1400 of Reeves St. The suspect removed a catalytic 
converter from a 2017 Toyota Corolla.
January 29, 2024, during the nighttime, on the 1100 block of Cardiff Ave. The suspect removed a 
catalytic converter from a 2016 Toyota Corolla.

January 31, 2024, at an unknown time, on the 10200 block of Santa Monica Blvd. The suspect removed 
license plated from a vehicle.

February 1, 2024, at an unknown time, on the 10500 block of Ayers Ave. The suspect removed a 
catalytic converter from a 2019 Toyota Corolla.
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Burglary / Theft from Motor Vehicle cont.
February 1, 2024, at an unknown time, on the 10500 block of Ayers Ave. The suspect removed a
catalytic converter from a 2018 Toyota Corolla.

Additional
In February, our nation commemorates the invaluable contributions of Black Americans throughout 
history. As a proud Black American officer, I am eager to honor the trailblazers who paved the way 
before me on this department.

I would like to acknowledge, Homer Broome, who broke barriers by joining the LAPD in 1954. His 
remarkable journey led him to become the department's first Black Captain in 1969 and its first 
Black Commander in 1975. Today, the LAPD's Southwest Division proudly bears his name as the "Homer
F. Broome Southwest Division Station." Additionally, he authored “LAPD's Black History - 1886 to 
1976."


Additionally, I would also like to acknowledge the groundbreaking achievements of Georgia Ann
Robinson. As the first Black American woman appointed as a police officer at the Los Angeles Police 
Department (LAPD) in 1916, she also holds the distinction of being one of the earliest Black 
policewomen hired in the nation.


Below is the link to LAPD Online Reporting
https://www.lapdonline.org/file-a-police-report/

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