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Crime Check: Burglars strike Elysian Heights; more than a dozen Boyle Heights vehicles stolen; Eagle Rock car break-ins

This week’s review of CrimeMapping.com  found a cluster of burglaries in Elysian Heights,  numerous reports of stolen vehicles in Boyle Heights and Highland Park and several vehicle break-ins across Eagle Rock. Here are some details:

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BOYLE HEIGHTS — More than a dozen vehicles were reported stolen across Boyle Heights during the past week. Many of the crimes took place north of Fourth Street between Soto Street and the 5 Freeway, where six vehicles were reported stolen, according to CrimeMapping.com.

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EAGLE ROCKHalf a dozen thefts from motor vehicles were reported during the past week, with several of them being reported on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, according to CrimeMapping.com

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ELYSIAN HEIGHTSFour burglaries were reported between Dec. 23 and Dec. 26 in the Elysian Heights section of Echo Park, according to CrimeMapping.com.

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HIGHLAND PARKSeven vehicles were stolen near Figueroa Street, with most of the crimes taking place between Figueroa and the Arroyo Seco Parkway. Two vehicles were reported stolen from the 200 block of Avenue 64 on Christmas Day.



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2 comments

  1. Any word on the Christmas Eve assault with a deadly weapon at the corner of Edgecliff and Sunset? Some of the valets were actually saying the victim died at the scene. There’s not one new article or blog post about this anywhere.

    • Whoa!

      What happened. Really close to my house, and I was in the area at the time of the assault. Any info would be appreciated.

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