Wednesday, December 30, 2009

From the LA Times - Sunset Strip getting its first repaving in 75 years

From the LA TIMES - Click HERE for the full article:

http://losangeles.metromix.com/content_image/thumbnail/4x3/180/39218

Along the Sunset Strip, the 75-year-old pavement could tell some incredible stories about Hollywood through the ages.

“There’s probably chewing gum spit out by Jim Morrison in front of the Whisky a Go-Go,” West Hollywood Councilman John Duran said Wednesday. “Don’t tell anybody or they’ll want to go pick it up.”

The Sunset Boulevard strip has not been repaved since the 1930s. So it’s possible there may be gum deposited there by movie stars who once frequented the strip, such as Humphrey Bogart, Greta Garbo or even regal Shakespearean actor and unlikely gum-smacker Sir Laurence Olivier.


On Monday, West Hollywood will begin giving the Sunset Strip — its roadway and sidewalks -- its first face-lift since it was converted from a dirt road. City officials and business owners say they hope the touch-up will not only spiff up, but also help enliven, a boulevard that has been challenged in recent years by outside competitors and the tattered economy.

--Hector Becerra

Photo: The Roxy on the Sunset Strip. Credit: Los Angeles Times

LA Times Reports on 405 Widening

From the LA TIMES - CLICK HERE for the complete article

The $1-billion effort, scheduled to be completed in 2013, will create continuous carpool lanes between Orange County and the San Fernando Valley.

405 Freeway widening

Once work is completed on the 405 in 2013, carpoolers and hybrid drivers will be able to travel the entire freeway between Sylmar and Irvine using carpool lanes. Transportation officials say more than 300,000 drivers travel through the Sepulveda Pass each day. (Los Angeles Times)

Night-Time Work Activity To Widen I-405 Freeway Over Sepulveda Pass To Begin Tuesday, Jan. 12

METRO PRESS RELEASE

Contact:
Helen Ortiz-Gilstrap/Marc Littman
213.922.2711/922.2843
e-mail: Metro Media Relations
www.metro.net/pressroom


Beginning Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2010 and lasting approximately two months, night-time weekday-only work will begin on the I-405 Sepulveda Pass Widening Project, the carpool lane construction project that will create a 10-mile northbound carpool lane between the Santa Monica (I-10) and the Ventura (US 101) Freeways.

Commuters, residents and businesses in the vicinity should now anticipate upcoming freeway construction impacts and begin planning needed travel alternatives and schedules.

Beginning Jan. 12 for approximately four weeks, contractors are anticipated to work between 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. delineating temporary traffic lanes along the 10-mile Sepulveda Pass freeway segment. The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will close all lanes on various segments of the northbound freeway as work schedules require. However, full freeway segment closures will only be between the hours of midnight and 5 a.m. Dates and locations of these segment closures will be announced before they go into effect and will be posted at metro.net/I-405.

Following lane delineation work, the contractor on Monday, Feb. 15 will begin placing concrete barriers on the 10-mile shoulder of the freeway to isolate the work zone from existing traffic. Work will take approximately four weeks to complete and will again be conducted between the hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. During placement of concrete barriers, temporary lane closures will be implemented. The public should expect ramp closures to start as early as 7 p.m., followed by freeway lane closures at 9 p.m. All temporary lane and ramp closure information will again be posted in advance at metro.net/I-405.
All construction schedules are subject to change, and based in part on weather conditions.

Although detours and traffic control will be in place, motorists are encouraged to use alternative transportation, such as carpools, vanpools, and public transportation when available to minimize inconvenience during this time. Motorists can find ridesharing partners on the web at commutesmart.info. Available public transportation alternatives can be found using Metro’s online trip planner at metro.net.

Motorists requiring roadside assistance in the construction zone should call the Metro Freeway Service Patrol at #399.
The project, a joint effort between Metro and Caltrans, will complete the last remaining carpool lane gap on the I-405, enabling motorists to use carpool lanes in both freeway directions between the San Fernando Valley and Orange County.

The lanes save high-occupancy vehicles one minute per mile during peak commute times. The project is scheduled for completion in 2013.

For additional project information and ongoing construction updates, visit Metro’s web site at www.metro.net/I-405.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

UPDATE RE: BASELINE HILLSIDE ORDINANCE

Email received today from City Planner Erick Lopez

We completed a first draft of the Baseline Hillside Ordinance in early December and have met with Department of Building & Safety staff to discuss some of the details. We are currently working on some of the minor revisions they have asked for. If our first meeting with them is any indication of how we are doing, we seem to be on the right track. We will be meeting with them at least one more time before meeting with a few focus groups made up of architects and engineers to discuss some of the technical details of our proposals.

Once we've smoothed out most of the major issues and made sure that the proposal is feasible we will release the Draft Baseline Hillside Ordinance proposals for public review, and follow it up with Public Workshops before conducting any official Public Hearings. Once released, we want to give you all a chance to meet with your respective groups and associations to discuss the proposals, and will probably allow for a 2 or 3 (maybe even 4) week review window prior to the workshop dates.

I hope this email finds you well. As always, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.

Sincerely,
__________________________________________
Erick Lopez
City Planner
Department of City Planning
Community Planning Bureau - West Coastal Division
200 N. Spring St., Room 621
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 978-1243
(213) 978-1226 - fax

From Curbed LA - Work on 405 to begin shortly

2009.12.westlawidening.jpgMetro sent out a press release today noting that night-time weekday-only work will begin in two weeks on the I-405 Sepulveda Pass Widening Project. Lasting two months, the project, which started earlier this year, will create a 10-mile northbound carpool lane between the Santa Monica (I-10) and the Ventura (US 101) Freeways. More via the release: "The project, a joint effort between Metro and Caltrans, will complete the last remaining carpool lane gap on the I-405, enabling motorists to use carpool lanes in both freeway directions between the San Fernando Valley and Orange County. The lanes save high-occupancy vehicles one minute per mile during peak commute times. The project is scheduled for completion in 2013." Shown is just a portion of the line affected, obviously.
· I-405 Sepulveda Pass Widening Project [Metro]

Friday, December 25, 2009

MERRY CHRISTMAS BEL~AIR!



Holiday Catch-up & Linkage

Have been caught up by Holiday Cheer over the last few days. . .
Here are some stories you may have missed (click on highlighted links for full stories):

The Los Angeles Business Journal reports that the Hotel Bel-Air is embroiled in an ugly lawsuit over the construction of a new $2.7 million luxury spa. The hotel has been closed since September for not only the spa construction, but a total remodel. Problem is, subcontractors hired by the Citadel Construction Company (hired by the hotel) say they weren't paid and walked off the job. Now the hotel is suing Citadel to the tune of $600,000—they also claim one of Citadel's shareholders used their money for his personal benefit. [LABJ via CURBED LA]


It appears the auction of Nic Cage's Copa de Oro home (starting bid @ $9+ Million) did not go as well as originally reported. It is now back on the market with a listing price of $17,500,000. Rumor has it that the home has been in and out of escrow a number of times.

After originally listing the French Farmhouse home on St. Pierre last year for $8.5 Million, J.Lo finally closed escrow at $7.5 Million. The home was presented as follows: "Stunning, published [assume agent meant polished], walled and gated villa on 3/4 acre in old Bel Air. Incredible quality and imported materials. An authentic European ambiance rarely seen. Extraordinary specimen gardens, paths, pool, pool house, large guest house/studio. Second gated entry."

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

West LAPD Community Alert - 12-22-09

COMMUNITY ALERT
NOTIFICATION

I would like to wish everyone a safe holiday and New Years. If you're celebrating at home or traveling, please remain safe, alert and aware of your surroundings.

Burglary Theft from Motor vehicles (BTFMV) continue to account for most of the crime in the Basic Car Area. Any items left in plain view, regardless of its value, will be targeted. The cost of repairing a smashed window ranges from $500 to over $1000 depending on the type of vehicle you drive. In most cases this crime is preventable simply by removing ALL property from your car, regardless of value.
Christopher Ragsdale
Senior Lead Officer
West Los Angeles Community Police Station
Office: 310-444-0741
Cell: 213-305-5895
BURGLARY:
1500 block S. Beverly Glen Blvd. RD 829. MO: On 12/15/09 btwn 1000 hrs and 1500 hrs, unkn susp(s) entered residence and removed artwork.
300 block Dalkeith Ave. RD 815. MO: On 12/16/09 between 1115 hours and 1315 hours, unknown suspect(s) pried open opened the back sliding glass door and ransacked the residence, but took no property.
Business-Software Store. 500 block S. Sepulveda Blvd. RD 815. MO: Between 12/14/09 1810 hours and 12/15/09 0650 hours, unknown suspect(s) smashed out the glass from the front door and removed electronics.
1700 block Glendon Ave. RD 834. MO: On 12/15/09 between 0800 hours and 0950 hours, unknown suspect(s) opened the back door by unknown means and ransacked the residence, but took no property.
GRAND THEFT AUTO:
12-21-09, 1400/1430 RD 0815 100 block Denslow Street 1988 Toyota PK
12/13/09, 1800 RD 0834 10500 block Ashton Ave street 1970 Volks Bug
BURGLARY THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE:
12-18-09, 1800/2100 RD 0818 Hilgard/Manning Street GPS
12-14-09, 1200/1300 RD 0829 10400 blk Wilkins Ave Street Susp removed laptop, Ipod
12-16-09, 1840/0810 RD 0855 1400 blk Camden Av Sub Gar Smash Laptop
12-14-09, 2030/1000 RD 0808 1400 blk San Ysidro Dr. Street Susp rmvd Side mirror covers
GRAND/PETTY THEFT:
Bus-10500 blk Wilshire Blvd. RD 0829 Currency $590,000
Res-600 blk Sienna Way RD 0806 Currency $11,000
Bus-11000 blk Santa Monica Blvd. RD 0855 Laptop $2,000
Res-900 blk Tiverton Ave. RD 0817 Jewelry $1,800
Bus-10800 blk Santa Monica Blvd. RD 0855 Pin pad $200
Bus-10900 blk Roebling Ave. RD 0838 Laptop $2,000
Parking Lot-15500 blk Mulholland Dr. RD 0805 Wallet $30
Bus-9500 blk Lania Ln. RD 0809 Checks $0
Bus-10800 blk Wilshire Blvd. RD 0833 Cell Phone $480
Res-10500 blk Wilshire Blvd. RD 0828 Jewelry $2,800

Sunday, December 20, 2009

SECURITY ALERT - Multiple Car Break-ins: Bel~Air/Bellagio Terrace

SECURITY ALERT - Three cars had the windows smashed last night on Bellagio Terrace in Bel~Air. One resident reported seeing a suspicious grey van around 2:00 AM. As stated in the below LAPD Alert, keep your valuables out of sight in your car.
__________________________________
Alert Message has been issued by the LAPD - West L.A. Area 8.

Saturday December 19, 2009 13:50 PM PST

Keep your valuables out of sight in your car. GPS-Laptops are hot items. Any bag or case needs to be out of sight. Happy Holidays!!!

For full details, go to http://local.nixle.com/alert/608367/

Contact Information:

David Podesta

West Los Angeles

310-444-0743 32305@lapd.lacity.org

Friday, December 11, 2009

Hollenbeck “Miracle on First Street” from Bel-Air residents and friends



Bel-Air residents have helped transform the lives of children in Los Angeles for the holidays through an incredible toy drive fundraising effort! Everyday this past week toys have been dropped off by individuals in the community who have helped us to make a real difference.

This is the biggest donation ever given to the Hollenbeck “Miracle on First Street” from Bel-Air residents and friends.

Thankfully, children of all ages living in East Los Angeles will have presents to open and treats in their stockings thanks to the Bel-Air community.

As General Manager, I wanted to personally thank each and every one of you for your generosity and goodwill efforts this time of year.

Happy Holidays!

Paulette M. DuBey

West LAPD Community Alert - December 10, 2009

COMMUNITY ALERT
NOTIFICATION

In the last week there was a sharp reduction in both Residential Burglaries as well as Burglary Theft from Motor Vehicles. This could partially be attributed to the cold wet weather, but a variety of resources focusing on this specific problem also played a role. The holiday season is in full swing now so please do not let your guard down and become complacent. Secure your personal belongings, property and maintain a high level of awareness of your surroundings. Do not leave any property in your vehicle at any time.

As of the Beginning of December 2009, the Basic Car area has had a -31% decrease in Violent Crime (serious crime) and a -9% decrease in total Part 1 crime (serious and property crime combined) year to date. Currently Burglary Theft from Motor vehicles (BTFMV) account for most of the crime in the Basic Car Area. Any items left in plain view, regardless of its value, will be targeted. The cost of repairing a smashed window ranges from $500 to over $1000 depending on the type of vehicle you drive. This crime is preventable simply by removing ALL property from your car, regardless of value.
The Los Angeles Police Department is adding a new alert system that can be delivered by text message, email and web. Real time alerts can be sent to community members who sign up, giving updated information on serious police activity, community alerts or traffic closure information due to police activity or an emergency situation. To get more information and sign up go to www.nixle.com and click Register Now. There is no cost and it is simple and easy to do.
I wish you, your family and friends a safe and warm Holiday Season!
Christopher Ragsdale
Senior Lead Officer
West Los Angeles Community Police Station
Office: 310-444-0741
Cell: 213-305-5895
RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY:
10700 Block Wellworth Ave. RD:0834. MO: On 12/07/09 between 1230 hrs and 1300 hrs, unknown suspect(s) pried open rear sliding glass door and removed jewelry.
GRAND THEFT AUTO:
12-07-09, 0900/ 1030 RD: 0855 1600 block Camden Ave. Sub Gar 2004 Lexus IS300
BURGLARY THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE:
12-04-09, 2200/0900 RD: 0833 1200 block Midvale Ave. Sub Gar Smash Papers
12-04-09, 1200/1700 RD: 0855 1400 block Bentley Ave. Sub Gar Smash Unk
GRAND/PETTY THEFT:
Residential-1300 block Delresto Dr. RD: 0808 Jewelry $5,500
Business-10700 block Wilshire Blvd. RD: 0834 Laptop $3,000
Business-1000 block Hilgard Ave. RD: 0817 Speakers $8,000

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Humane Society Holiday Open House (Bel~Air Location): December 17th • 4:00 - 8:00 pm


The Humane Society
cordially invites you to drop by our

Holiday Open House
Thursday, December 17th • 4:00 - 8:00 pm

Meet HSUS president & CEO Wayne Pacelle,
Hollywood office senior director Beverly Kaskey,
and the Hollywood office staff.

beverages and hors d’oeuvres will be served

*We love animals, but this event is just for you,
so please leave your pets at home.

Celebrating Animals | Confronting Cruelty

820 Moraga Drive,
LA 90049
(corner Bellagio Road,
1 block east of Sepulveda Blvd.)

Tel 310.440.0600
humanesociety.org/hollywood

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

A MESSAGE FROM SUPERVISOR YAROSLAVSKY























December 7, 2009

A gentle reminder to residential and commercial property owners in Los Angeles County who may not have paid the first installment of their annual property tax bills: The first installment was due on November 1, 2009, and will be considered delinquent if the payment is not received by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 10, 2009 or postmarked by midnight on that date. A 10% penalty is assessed for delinquent payments.


Property owners can save themselves time and money, and save the County additional processing expense, by quickly and conveniently paying their property tax bills online. For detailed instructions on how to do it, please visit the Payment Information page on the County's Online Property Tax Portal.

Here are your other payment options:


Pay By Mail (Secured Property Tax) - Please enclose the payment stub from your tax bill. Do not attach staples, clips, tape or correspondence. Make your payment payable to the Los Angeles County Tax Collector and mail to: The Los Angeles County Tax Collector PO Box 54018 Los Angeles, CA 90054-0018.


Pay By Mail (Unsecured Taxes) – Please enclose the payment stub from your bill and be sure to include the year and bill number on your check. Please be careful since bill numbers change every year. Do not attach staples, clips, tape or correspondence. Mail your check or money order to: Los Angeles County Tax Collector PO Box 54027 Los Angeles, CA 90054-0027.


Pay In-Person – Cash or check payments can be made in person at 225 N. Hill Street, 1st Floor Lobby, Los Angeles, between the hours of 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday (except government holidays). Credit card payments are not accepted in person. Make your payment early to avoid long lines at the cashier windows.


Credit Cards – Credit card payments (American Express, MasterCard, and Visa) are only accepted over the telephone through a third party vendor who charges a fee to utilize this service. To make a payment, call the toll-free telephone number (888) 473-0835. You will need your current year tax bill and credit card to complete this transaction. Please retain the confirmation number for future reference. (This payment option is not available for Unsecured Taxes.)


Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) – Property tax bills of $50,000 and higher must be paid electronically. Pre-registration is required. Call (213) 974-0996 for more information. (This payment option is not available for Unsecured Taxes.)


Home Banking and Bill Payment Service – To ensure proper credit, enter the 19-digit EFT number (include the 13 digit ID#, 2-digit Year and 4 digit Sequence from your current tax bill) followed by the number 1(1st installment), 2 (2nd installment) or 5 (both). The EFT number changes annually. Make sure the EFT Number you enter is the same number that is reflected on your current tax bill.


Again, remember that payments must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 10, 2009, or postmarked by that date, to avoid a 10% delinquency penalty. For complete information about all aspects of property tax assessment and collection, I encourage you to visit the Conty's Online Property Tax Portal.

Thank you!








Monday, December 7, 2009

Bel~Air Association Newsletter - Fall 2009

I-405 Sepulveda Pass Widening Project - Notice

ATTENTION COMMUTERS, RESIDENTS, AND BUSINESSES IN THE VICINITY OF THE SAN DIEGO FREEWAY (I-405) BETWEEN THE SANTA MONICA FREEWAY (I-10) AND THE VENTURA FREEWAY (US 101)

The I-405 Sepulveda Pass Widening Project will add a 10-mile northbound carpool lane on the San Diego Freeway (I-405) from the Santa Monica Freeway (I-10) to the Ventura Freeway (US 101), and will realign select ramps, improve bridge structures, and erect sound walls. Anticipated project completion is Spring 2013.

In preparation for this work, the Contractor will initiate the installation of construction area signs for the 10-miles stretch.

What: Installation of construction area signs

When: Work is anticipated to start Monday, December 7, 2009 for approximately one week, weather permitting. Hours of work activity on the Caltrans right of way will be from 10:00pm to 5:00am. Hours of work activity on City streets will be from 9:00am to 3:00pm.

Where: San Diego Freeway (I-405) between the Santa Monica Freeway I-10) to the Ventura Freeway (US 101) and Sepulveda Blvd.

What to expect:

· Local access to businesses and residences will be maintained.

· Pedestrians will be rerouted to a safe area outside the construction zone.

· Intermittent moving lane closures will be implemented on the Caltrans right-of-way; access will be maintained at all times.

· Emergency vehicle access will be maintained.

Saturday, December 5, 2009

Hammer Museum Holiday Party; December 16th from 7-9PM

Bel~Air Association Members - You have been invited to the Hammer Museum for a Holiday Party celebrating the book release of "Hammer Projects 1999-2009" on Wednesday, December 16 from 7-9PM.

Please RSVP at 310.443.7027 or email events@hammer.ucla.edu

I hope to see you at the party!

Friday, December 4, 2009

West LAPD Community Crime Report

COMMUNITY ALERT
NOTIFICATION

As of the Beginning of December 2009, the Basic Car area has had a -31% decrease in Violent Crime (serious crime) and a -9% decrease in total Part 1 crime (serious and property crime combined) year to date. CurrentlyBurglary Theft from Motor vehicles (BTFMV) account for most of the crime in the Basic Car Area. Any items left in plain view, regardless of its value, will be targeted. The cost of repairing a smashed window ranges from $500 to over $1000 depending on the type of vehicle you drive. This crime is preventable simply by removing ALL property from your car, regardless of value.
Christopher Ragsdale
Senior Lead Officer
West Los Angeles Community Police Station
Office: 310-444-0741
Cell: 213-305-5895
Business Robbery:
10900 block Santa Monica Blvd. RD 0855. MO: 11/23/09, at 0730 hours, Suspect entered business, approached employee and simulated a gun. The suspect demanded money. Employee complied out of fear. The suspect had gained access to an upper story office via the opened rear door. Suspect: Male Black 6-0 300 20 years, (Heavy Build) black hooded sweatshirt, blue pants. Weapon: Simulated a handgun Property Taken: $6,109.00 in cash
STREET ROBBERT **SUSPECT IN CUSTODY**:
Wilshire Blvd.& Manning Ave RD 834. MO: 11/20/09, at 1055 hours, The victim was walking eastbound on Wilshire Bl at Manning when the suspect approached from behind. The suspect grabbed the victim from behind and pulled her purse from her grasp. The suspect pushed the victim to the ground and fled on foot. The victim yelled for help and the suspect was detained by a group of construction workers, who held the suspect for police. A Field Show-up was conducted and the suspect was positively identified by the victim. Suspect: Male Hispanic 19 years of age, Bkg# 2136439 211 PC (Robbery)
Weapon: Bodily Force. Property Taken: Purse and contents (Recovered and returned to the victim).
GRAND THEFT PERSON:
1000 block Westwood Blvd. RD 817. MO: On 11/17/09, at 1545 hours, The suspect entered a jewelry business and asked about higher grade carat rings. The employee showed the suspect a diamond ring. As the employee held the ring in his hand, the suspect grabbed the ring and fled out of the business. The employee observed the suspect enter a newer model Toyota Corolla four-door burgundy without any plates. Suspect #1: Female White Blonde hair unk eye color 5-6 135 30 years, gray top and blue jeans.
Suspect #2: Driver of suspect vehicle NFD. Weapon: Bodily Force. Property Taken: Diamond Ring worth $18,000.00
Burglary:
1700 block Westwood Blvd. RD 0855. MO: Hot prowl. On 11/30/09, at approximately 1800, uspect(s) entered the 2nd floor apartment via an unlocked front door, removed a laptop and purse/contents. The suspect was not observed.
1400 block Beverly Glen Blvd. RD 0829. MO: Between 11/28/09 at 1715 and 11/29/09 at 1145, suspect(s) removed a TV and blinds from a vacant apartment. Entry gained by unknown means.
1900 block Roscomare Rd. RD 0805. MO: On 11/25/09, between 0900 and 1200, suspect(s) entered the SFR via an unlocked rear door, removed high-end jewelry and cash.
9200 block Hazen RD 0809. MO: On 11/28/09, between 0810 and 1700, suspect(s) smashed the SFR side window, removed silverware, clothing, and jewelry.
10800 block Rochester Ave. RD 0833. MO: On 11/14/09, at 1800, suspects pried the victim's rear door, fled when victim returned home. No property loss. The suspects were described as follows:
Two Male Hisp black brown 510 170 20 white T-shirt.
10700 block Wellworth Ave. RD 0834. MO: On 11/19/09, between 1200 and 1630, suspect(s) entered the SFR by unknown means, removed a passport and Soc Sec card.
1300 block Westwood Blvd. RD 0833. MO: On 11-16-09, between 1000 and 1630, suspects forced door open and removed cash, laptop, jewelry.
Grand Theft Auto:
12-01-09, 1730 RD 0833 Malcolm Ave. street 99 Toy, Grn
11-18-09, 1700/0900 RD 0809 9500 block Heather Rd. 96, BMW street
11/12/09, 2030-1100 RD 0828 900 Hilgard Ave. street 2010 Chevy Malibu
Burglary Theft from Motor Vehicle:
11-29-09 2300/1000 RD 0809 3000 block Franklin Cyn. Street Smash IPod,CC, Camera
11-29-09, 2000/0700 RD 0833 10900 block Rochester Ave. Sub Garage smash computer
11-29-09, 2000/1020 RD 0833 1400 block Midvale Ave Prk struc smash IPod, shoes
11-29-09, 0300/1230 RD 0817 500 block Kelton Ave Street 03 Volks, Lic plate
11-29-09, 1830/1900 RD 0855 1700 block Westwood Blvd. Prk lot smash toys
11-25-09, 1030/1710 RD 0817 900 block Gayley Ave Prk Lot keys Credit Cards
11-22-09, 1930/1130 RD 0855 1600 block Bentley Ave Prk Lot smash veh reg papers
11-25-09, 1830/0800 RD 0809 9600 block N. Heather Rd. driveway smash IPod
11-22-09, 2000/0600 RD 0833 1300 block Kelton Ave Prk Struct unlocked Credit Card
11-19-09, 2000/0700 RD 0809 9400 block Lloydcrest Dr. Driveway smash Documents
11-23-09, 0200/0745 RD 0815 400 block S. Sepulveda Blvd. prk struct smash cell phone clothes
11-22-09, 1500/0800 RD 0855 1600 block S. Bentley Ave. Prk struct smash, ID clothes
11-22-09, 2230/0700 RD 0833 1600 block S. Bentley Ave Garage smash books
11-20-09, 0415 RD 0809 9500 block Heather Rd. Street smash no prop taken ***
11-19-09, 1330/1430 RD 0805 15500 block Stephen Wise Dr. Street Smash Purse wallet
11-18-09, 1700/0800 RD 0806 15400 block Brownwood Pl. Street Unlocked purse money
11-18-09, 2200/0730 RD 0815 300 block S. Sepulveda Blvd. Sub Garage,smash CC Briefcase
11-18-09, 2200/0700 RD 0815 400 block S. Sepulveda Blvd. garage smash laptop
11-18-09, 0100/0800 RD 0815 300 block S. Thurston Ave. street smash laptop
11-17-09, 2000/0900 RD 0834 10500 block Ashton Ave. driveway 08 jeep sunglasses
11/17/09, 0330-0700 RD 0816 400 block Veteran Ave. Garage smashed GPS, remote, keys
11/17/09, 2100-1000 RD 0816 400 block Veteran Ave. garage smashed license, cc, jewelry
11/17/09, 1230 hrs RD 0833 10900 block Rochester Ave. garage smashed GPS, sunglasses
11/17/09, 0800 hrs RD 0855 1500 block Greenfield Ave. garage smashed laptop, camera
11/18/09, 0800 hrs RD 0815 100 block Denslow Ave. driveway smashed purse
Theft:
Residential Garage 1000 block Maybrook RD 0807 Coins $10,000
Business Office 10900 block Wilshire Blvd. RD 0833 Laptop $2000
Construction 10400 block Ashton Ave. RD 0829 Tools $4612
Apartment Garage 400 block S. Sepulveda Blvd. RD 0815 Bike $800
Residential 900 block Malcolm Ave. RD 0828 Fruit bskt $80
Business-Bar 1000 Glendon Ave. RD 0817 Purse $880
Residential 500 block Cascada Way. RD 0805 Watch, keys $418