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Mobile Phone Assault and Other WeHo Crimes for Nov 25 – Dec 1, 2019

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West Hollywood Sheriff's Station Sign (Michael Dorausch/Flickr)

Nine vehicle burglaries this week, a few robberies and it sounds like a paparazzi may have lost some camera equipment.

November 25th

Aggravated Assault – Other Weapon
8900 block Santa Monica Blvd
11/25/2019 @ 2335-2342. A man threw a cell phone at the victim’s head during an argument on the patio of the club. #07798

Strong Arm Robbery
Curson Avenue / Santa Monica Blvd
11/25/2019 @ 1130. A woman was walking NB on the sidewalk of Curson Avenue when a car pulled up next to her. The suspect exited the vehicle, shoved the victim to the ground and pulled her cell phone from her hand. #07780

Vehicle Burglary
Robertson Blvd / El Tovar Place.
11/25/2019 @ 2106-2205. An unknown suspect smashed the rear driver’s side window and removed three backpacks containing a laptop computer, two IPads, prescription glasses, jewelry box, camera, headphones, and a leather wallet with credit cards from the backseat. #07792

Vehicle Burglary
9000 block Melrose Avenue
11/25/2019 @ 2030-2300. An unknown suspect smashed the rear driver’s side window and removed a shopping bag containing a seat cushion from the back seat. #07797

November 26th

Grand Theft
600 block La Peer Avenue
11/26/2019 @ 1340. An unknown suspect removed a camera bag containing a wallet and two lenses that was left momentarily unattended in the alley while the victim was working. #07806

Other Burglary
500 block N Robertson Blvd
11/26/2019 @ 0327. An unknown suspect used force on the employee entrance door to gain entry and removed a bottle of liquor from the dining room. #07809

Other Burglary
8500 block Santa Monica Blvd
11/26/2019 @ 2230-1130. An unknown suspect forced a patio door open to gain access and removed six IPads and $420 cash. #07821

Other Burglary
7600 block Lexington Avenue
11/26/2019 – 12/02/2019. An unknown suspect gained access to the apartment complex laundry room and forced open a storage locker and removed five pairs of shoes. #07910

Armed Robbery
7700 block Santa Monica Blvd
11/26/2019 @ 2218. Four men entered the store and approached the front counter. One of the suspects pointed a handgun at an employee and ordered him to open the cash register and he complied. #07765

November 27th

Residential Burglary
1000 block N Vista Street
11/27/2019 @ 2330-2354. An unknown suspect pried the front lobby door open to gain access to the lobby of the apartment building. The suspect also pried the conference room door open but did not take anything. #07860

Strong Arm Robbery
1000 block Sierra Bonita Avenue
11/27/2019 @ 1645. A man attempted to pull the victim’s cell phone from her hand during a domestic argument but the victim was able to retain possession of her phone. #07827

Vehicle Burglary
600 block Almont Drive
11/27/2019 @ 1615-1800. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed two pairs of sunglasses, a leather bag containing a wallet, and a laptop computer from the back seat. #07830

November 28th

Vehicle Burglary
8500 block Sunset Blvd
11/28/2019 @ 0025-0050. An unknown suspect smashed the rear driver’s side window and removed a backpack containing a laptop computer and AirPods from the backseat. #07832

Vehicle Burglary
8400 block Clinton Avenue
11/28/2019 @ 1430-1000. An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger’s side window and removed a backpack containing an IPad, cell phone, and sunglasses from the front seat. #07845

November 29th

Other Burglary
8500 block Melrose Avenue
11/29/2019 @ 2130. Three woman removed 37 pairs of pants and left the store without payment. #07852

Strong Arm Robbery
7100 block Santa Monica Blvd
11/29/2019 @ 2040. Three woman removed perfume from a display area and attempted to leave the store. When confronted by store security, a short struggle ensued and the victim was pushed to the ground. #07851

November 30th

Strong Arm Robbery
8900 block Santa Monica Blvd
11/30/2019 @ 0210. A man tried to break up a fight and was pulled into the fight and knocked to the ground. The victim was punched and kicked several times by the suspects and his jacket and cell phone were taken. #07856

Vehicle Burglary
Rosewood Avenue / La Cienega Blvd
11/30/2019 @ 1210-1225. An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger’s side window and removed a briefcase containing a laptop computer, cell phone, and AirPods from the front floorboard. #07861

Vehicle Burglary
1200 block La Brea Avenue
11/30/2019 @ 1440. A man smashed the front passenger’s side window and removed a purse containing sunglasses from the front seat. #07865

December 1st

Grand Theft (Vehicle Burglary)
1000 block Crescent Heights
12/01/2019 @ 1830-0900. An unknown suspect removed makeup from the interior and two laptop computers from the trunk of the unlocked vehicle. #07900

Vehicle Burglary
Laurel Avenue / Santa Monica Blvd
12/01/2019 @ 2300-2330. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a purse from the back seat. #07892

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Stormy Daniels’ 2018 Ohio Strip Club Arrest Gets 2 Cops Fired

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COLUMBUS, OH (TMZ) — Two police officers who busted Stormy Daniels during her 2018 strip club gig in Ohio are outta work for what police now admit was a bogus arrest.

The Columbus Police Department announced its decision Thursday after it found officers Steven Rosser and Whitney Lancaster violated rules when they arrested Stormy on 3 counts of illegal sexually oriented activity. The department also said the officers lied during an internal investigation about the basis for their sting operation.

As you might remember, Columbus PD hauled in Stormy for motorboating an undercover cop . Ohio has strict laws on touching strippers. Stormy’s attorney at the time, Michael Avenatti , accused officers of setting her up and alleged the arrest was politically motivated — she’d gone public about her alleged affair with Donald Trump .

City officials ultimately determined Ohio’s no touching law should have only applied to regular performers and NOT Stormy, a guest performer.

Stormy’s charges were dropped within 24 hours, but she later sued the department and won a $450,000 settlement. The controversy also resulted in the police department disbanding its controversial vice squad following a federal corruption investigation.

The federal probe determined Rosser lied about the purpose of the strip club sting … saying he was searching for an underage stripper. The search never happened, and instead, they arrested Stormy. Two other officers were suspended for the arrest.


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Hate Incidents

Racist CVS Woman Off Hook in LA Hate Crime Investigation

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Racist CVS Woman Lynn Patton Off Hook in Hate Crime Investigation

LOS ANGELES (TMZ) — The woman who infamously went on a racist and hateful rant outside a CVS store in L.A. will NOT face any criminal charges … TMZ has learned.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … Heather Lynn Patton is off the hook nearly 4 months after she went on a hateful tirade threatening to kill black people … and it was all caught on video.

After the LAPD opened an investigation, it was brought to the L.A. County DA’s Office for charge consideration but it was then kicked down to the City Attorney’s Office.

We’re told the City Attorney evaluated the criminal threats but ultimately they declined to prosecute her. As we reported … the disgraced Hollywood costume designer dropped n-bombs and viciously screamed she wanted to kill black people.

Patton worked on “Private Practice” among other shows … and celebs were quick to react. Patton ultimately apologized on Instagram … calling her actions inhumane and disgusting. She claimed the rant was the result of being intoxicated.

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WeHo Sheriff’s Station Weekly Crime Report Jan 13-19

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WEST HOLLYWOOD — The West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station reports the following incidents:

January 15th
Vehicle Burglary
8900 block Melrose Avenue 01/15/2020 @ 2030-2315. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a leather backpack containing a laptop computer and two pairs of sunglasses from the back seat.
 
Vehicle Burglary
9000 block Santa Monica Blvd 01/15/2020 @ 2115-2330. An unknown suspect smashed the rear passenger’s side window and removed a backpack containing an IPad, watch, $300 cash, and gift cards from the rear floorboard.
 
January 16th
Grand Theft
700 block West Knoll Drive
01/16/2020 @ 1500. An unknown suspect removed a jacket from the victim’s luggage while at the hotel.
 
January 17th
Grand Theft
1000 block N Spaulding Avenue
01/17/2020 – 01/19/2020. An unknown suspect removed a snowboard, snowboard boots, pants, goggles, helmet, and jacket from the rear storage area of the unlocked vehicle.
 
Other Burglary
8800 block Beverly Blvd
01/17/2020 @ 0204. An unknown suspect smashed a glass panel on the rear entry door to gain access and removed an unknown number of women’s purses and wallets.
 
January 18th
Aggravated Assault – Gun
Hilldale Avenue / Dicks Street
01/18/2020 @ 2359. A man and a woman were walking EB on the sidewalk of Dicks Street when a vehicle stopped near their location. A passenger in the vehicle rolled down the front passenger’s side window and yelled at the victims. The suspect then pointed a handgun at the victims while the vehicle slowly drove away. #00351

Grand Theft
1100 block N Formosa Avenue
01/18/2020. An unknown suspect cut the lock and removed a bicycle from the balcony of the residence. #00364
 
Grand Theft
1000 block N Palm Avenue
01/18/2020 @ 1930-0900. An unknown suspect removed four pairs of sunglasses from the driver’s side door and two pairs of sunglasses from the glove box of the unlocked vehicle. The suspect also removed a leather bag containing a weightlifting belt from the trunk. #00362
 
January 19th
Strong Arm Robbery (Attempt)
Hancock Avenue / Santa Monica Blvd
01/19/2020 @ 0130-0140. A man was walking EB on the sidewalk of Santa Monica Blvd when he was approached by two men. One suspect punched the victim in the face and demanded his wallet and cell phone. A struggle ensued but the victim was able to retain his property. No loss. #00357

Armed Robbery
Cynthia Street / San Vicente Blvd
01/19/2020 @ 0400-0405. A man was walking on Cynthia Street when a vehicle pulled to a stop near his location. Three men exited the vehicle and walked towards the victim. The suspects demanded the victim’s money and struck him in the face with a metal bar. The victim fell to the ground and the suspects searched his pockets and removed his passport. #00358
 

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