Silver Lake robber stabs woman in face; Gold Line service disrupted; school launches $100,000 fundraiser

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MOrning Report

  • A robber stabbed a woman in the face and then stole her purse early this morning near Sunset Boulevard and Parkman Avenue in Silver Lake. CBS2
  • Gold Line passengers face delays this morning as Metro crews repairs the overhead power system that was damaged late Monday afternoon near the Heritage Square Station. Metro

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  1. marathon and sunset do not intersect.

  2. “Detectives described the suspect as a man in his 30s who is armed with a knife.”

    The lack of suspect description is as sickening as the crime itself. Do the LAPD want the public’s assistance or not? Enough with the political correctness, its insane.

  3. Before I read the article about the woman stabbed in Silver Lake I already knew it would be at Sunset and Parkman. There is something going on on that small block. I have been followed and harassed walking down that street and now avoid it. I am not an alarmist and in fact have grown up in Silver Lake my whole life. This is really disturbing.

  4. Let’s be more specific about location.
    This occured in front of the local independent liquor and cigarettes for EBT market and right above Garcettiville a.k.a HoboJunction 90026.

  5. The wording of the CBS2 report suggests the police don’t necessarily believe this is a straight case of pedestrian confronted by unknown assailant purse robbery/ be on the look-out for man with knife incident.
    The inference is that the police are familiar with the victim’s history and the incident may be more accurately described as a “Dirty Mary/Crazy Larry domestic dispute originating from Garcettiville, a.k.a HoboJunction 90026

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