Resident Fights Intruder on Huntley; Limo Driver May Be Suspect

West Hollywood Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a report of a burglary in progress around 9PM on Tuesday evening. A resident on the 600 block of Huntley found an intruder inside their residence and fought with the suspect before he fled northbound on Huntley and eastbound on Sherwood. Numerous deputies were on scene within moments and setup a containment area, undertaking an exhaustive search for the suspect. The suspect was described as a male, Hispanic or Middle-Eastern, about 40 years old and heavy set. He was sporting a goatee and had a shaven head.

Shots Ring Out in Plummer Park, One Victim Hit in the ‘Ass’

Shots rang out in Plummer Park on Sunday night and one victim was hit while bullets missed their mark with two other victims, according to the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station. One male victim was transported to the hospital with a gunshot wound.  His reported to be in serious condition. All three victims were reported to be transients. The shooting erupted at about 11:20PM and at least one deputy was in the park at the time and heard the rounds.  That deputy reported the shooting and that screams for help were coming from within the park.  He detained multiple people running from the scene at gunpoint while additional units raced to the scene. Reports immediately began flooding in to Weho Daily at the same time.

Man Jumps to Death Horrifying Shoppers at The Grove

As horrified shoppers, diners and moviegoers looked on, a man jumped to his death at The Grove on Sunday evening. Weho Daily reported the incident live on Twitter immediately after it occurred at 7:30PM.  Initial reports to LAPD said that gunfire may have broken out but soon it became clear that a man had jumped to his death from the parking structure. The Los Angeles Fire Department reported that the man died in a “fall from approximately 6 story parking structure” but it was unclear what floor the man was on when he jumped.  He landed at the main walkway to the parking structure, near the concierge desk and fountain. “He took a running jump from the 7th story of the parking lot,” said Weho Daily reader Simona in our comment section. “He just backed up and started running.”

Fire Ravages Former Home of RHOBH Star Lisa Vanderpump

The former home of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Lisa Vanderpump was heavily damaged on Friday evening by a massive fire. The fire broke out around 6:30PM in the exclusive gated Beverly Park community located in the Beverly Hills Post Office area. First arriving firefighters forced entry through the ground’s gates to find moderate smoke pouring from the roof of the two-story French chateau-style mansion. Additional firefighters were immediately requested. Entry was again forced, this time into the 15,480 square-foot residence.

Suspects Apprehended After Robbing Gil Turner’s Liquor Store

As Weho Daily reported live on Twitter early Sunday morning, Gil Turner’s liquor store was robbed at gunpoint and West Hollywood Sheriff’s Deputies detained some possible suspects in the incident a short time later. The Sheriff’s Department has announced the individuals were arrested along with more details about incident. On June 17, 2012, at approximately 2:00 am, deputies responded the Sunset Strip on a report of a man with a gun and possible gunfire. Arriving deputies quickly determined that a robbery had occurred at Gil Turner’s liquor store, located at 9101 Sunset Boulevard, in the City of West Hollywood. They soon fanned out across the area looking for suspects while a deputy interviewed witnesses for more information.

LGBT Pride 2012 Arrives in West Hollywood

The City of West Hollywood and Christopher Street West will host the annual LGBT Pride 2012 celebration, “PRIDE 365: Power. Passion. Purpose.” from Friday, June 8, 2012 through Sunday, June 10, 2012. The annual Pride celebration will include the Dyke March Rally; the two-day PRIDE Festival 2012; and the annual PRIDE Parade 2012. Christopher Street West, the producers of LA PRIDE, have chosen 80’s teen-queen, and current star of ABC Family’s The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Molly Ringwald, as the 2012 LA PRIDE Parade Grand Marshal.

Suspect Charged in Murder of MTA Bus Driver in WeHo

A 41-year-old man who, after boarding a bus on Sunday morning, allegedly killed a Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) bus driver was charged today with special circumstance murder, the District Attorney’s Office announced. Deputy District Attorney Keri Modder of the Airport Branch Office said Anthony Craig Chambers (dob 10/29/70) is charged with one count of murder with the special circumstance allegations of lying in wait and murder of transportation personnel. The criminal complaint also includes a special allegation of personal use of a firearm. Chambers is expected to be arraigned today after 1:30 p.m. at Beverly Hills Superior Court. The defendant is charged in case No.

MTA Bus Driver Shot and Killed on Santa Monica Boulevard

An MTA bus driver was shot on Sunday morning on Santa Monica Boulevard at West Knoll. The driver was killed, according to council member John Duran and Mike Parker of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Witnesses reported that the suspect shot the bus driver then got off the bus with hands in the air and waited for Sheriff’s Deputies to arrive. The bus rolled backwards and hit a few parked cars. The incident happened at about 9:10AM this morning just steps away from MTA’s bus yard.  A supervisor near the scene preparing for the AMGEN bike race street closures happened to see the bus roll backward and ran to the bus to see what the problem was.

Male Murdered in Street on Orlando, Stabbed to Death

A male, possibly wearing female lingerie, was stabbed to death on Orlando near Oakwood early this morning. UPDATE:An LAPD press release said that Richard Herrera, 29, has been arrested in connection with the murder.  The victim was said to be a 27 year old Asian male but the name was not released.  The press release stated, “Detectives believe the victim was involved in a dispute with the suspect which resulted with the suspect stabbing the victim to death.” We initially reported last night on Twitter that a victim was said to be laying in the street on Orlando near Oakwood.  Initial 911 reports to Los Angeles Police just after 1:30AM said that residents in the area thought someone had been hit by a car, or that someone had been dumped in the intersection from a moving car.  Dispatchers initially put out the call as a felony hit and run and they put out a description of a vehicle seen speeding from the area. LAPD officers responded to the scene and additional units were soon requested.  Witness reports said that fire and rescue personnel tried to resuscitate the victim but he was apparently pronounced dead at the scene.  The body was removed from the street at about 7AM. A crime scene was established for the surrounding area overnight.  Police knocked on the doors to neighboring houses to find out if residents had security cameras or if they had any other information about the incident.  The police tape was reportedly still up as of at least 9AM this morning.