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Friday, September 30, 2016

Eastside Crime Watch

The first week of December was relatively quiet on the crime front. But there was still plenty of stolen autos reported in El Sereno and Highland Park and violent robberies in Boyle Heights (Highland Park, too). One section of Glassell Park got hit with four burglaries. Click on the link below for a break down of some of the crimes committed during Nov. 30 – Dec. 6 as found on the LAPD crime map and EveryBlock.com:


Echo Park & Silver Lake (90026)
A violent robbery near Benton Way and Bellevue Street in Silver Lake and about a half-dozen vehicle break-ins in Echo Park were among the crimes reported.

Lincoln Heights & Montecito Heights (90031)

Two violent robberies were reported near Broadway and Griffin in Lincoln Heights, where three burglaries also took place. Two thefts from vehicles were reported in Montecito Heights.

El Sereno & Monterey Hills (90032)
Ten stolen vehicles and four burglaries were reported stolen across the area. Also, there were two aggravated assaults on Amethyst Street.

Boyle Heights (90033)
Three violent robberies and two personal thefts were reported on or along Cesar Chavez Street. There was also quite a bit of auto-related crime, with reports of 10 stolen vehicles and 10 more break-ins.

Atwater Village & Silver Lake (90039)
Northeast Silver Lake was the scene of five car break-ins; another four break-ins were reported in Atwater between Glendale and Fletcher. There was a report of an aggravated assault and stolen vehicle near Blake and Denby in Elysian Valley.

Eagle Rock (90041)

Three personal thefts and a burglary were among the crimes reported. Four vehicle break-ins were reported west of Eagle Rock Boulevard.

Highland Park (90042)
Five violent robberies and 10 grand theft auto were reported across the area.

Cypress Park, Glassell Park & Mt. Washington (90065)
Four burglaries were reported in Glassell Park north of the 2 Freeway. Two thefts from vehicles were reported in Mt. Washington.

This weekly report is based on the LAPD’s online crime maps and police department reports filtered by ZIP code through EveryBlock.com. There are sometimes discrepancies between the LAPD and EveryBlock statistics at the time when Eastside Crime Watch is compiled. Additional crimes might be added to the reports following the publication of this post.

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